Find two or three street names within the Fifth Ward. Cobble them together in an unexpected way and tack on a “Venturers” or “Partners” or “Associates” label to give the name sobriety. Get CT Corporation System to register the name as an LC or LLC (and make sure there is an accompanying mirror company), and use it to buy property within boundaries of I-70 on the east, Delmar on the south, Grand on the west, and Natural Bridge/Branch on the north. Kudos if your property is adjacent to city-owned land or an RHCDA development project. Double kudos if you buy your land from the Board of Education, the Public Administrator or the Sheriff at a tax sale. Triple kudos if your purchase lowers property values and destabilizes a part of a neighborhood where you want to buy more parcels. If you buy a building and it becomes a crack house, give yourself a gold star. If you actually ever develop the property, get the mayor to give you a gold star and a TIF.
Here are some possible names:
Branch + Knapp = Brapp Venturers LLC.
Stoddard + Leffingwell + Elliott = Stolefiott Associates LC.
Dayton + Gamble = Dayble Investors LLC.
Howard + Knapp + Helen = Hownhel Associates LC.
Dodier + Sullivan + 23rd = Ervan 23 Investment Ventures LC.
And so forth.
Try your hand and leave your names in the comments section.