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NMTC News Roundup for June 14th 2017

NMTC News Roundup for June 14th 2017

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Below are some recent news stories on the NMTC: New Mexico’s Homewise Get’s Multimillion-dollar Allocation Final Funding Comes Together for One of Tampa’s Most Anticipated Development Projects Mascoma Community Development Closes on $5 Million Financing for the National Comedy Center Kroger to Open New Store in Downtown Cincinnati The following members of the House and Senate that have recently cosponsored the NMTC Extension Act of 2017: H.R. 1098: Rep. Fudge, Marcia L. [D-OH-11] 06/07/2017 Rep. Comstock, Barbara [R-VA-10] 06/07/2017 Rep. Chabot, Steve [R-OH-1] 06/08/2017 Rep. Nolan, Richard M. [D-MN-8] 06/08/2017 Rep. Abraham, Ralph Lee [R-LA-5] 06/08/2017 Rep. Holding, George [R-NC-2] 06/12/2017 Rep. O'Halleran, Tom [D-AZ-1] 06/13/2017
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NMTC Supporting Culinary Entrepreneurs

NMTC Supporting Culinary Entrepreneurs

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Kitchen incubators provide shared space for local chefs to grow their restaurants or turn a small food truck business into a bricks and mortar establishment. Below is a collection of stories about how the NMTC has supported culinary entrepreneurs. NMTC Projects Supporting Culinary Training and Entrepreneurship: LA Prep Commercial Kitchen Incubator https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3xq42grRWnQ&loop=0R House: Baltimore's Emerging Chefs NMTCs Serve Up New Space for Food Business Entrepreneurs FareStart Culinary Academy Puts Homeless on Path to Success Ivy Tech Culinary School BOOM! Health Project Includes Workforce Training Cafe Enterprise Community Partners and Chase financed a mixed-use project in the Bronx that includes, among other things, a café called BOOM!Café, which will double as a community space and workforce training center on the ground floor. BOOM is working with Catalyst Kitchen, an incubator of…
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CDFI Fund Seeking NMTC Application Reviewers

CDFI Fund Seeking NMTC Application Reviewers

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The Community Development Financial Institutions Fund (CDFI Fund) is issuing a call for well-qualified personnel to serve as application Reviewers and Alternate Reviewers for the 2017 application round of the New Markets Tax Credit Program (NMTC Program). The CDFI Fund has contracted with F2 Solutions (F2) to recruit and process applications on a rolling basis for Reviewer and Alternate Reviewer candidates. General Candidate Qualifications/Role: The CDFI Fund and F2 Solutions require Reviewers and Alternate Reviewers to have considerable expertise in community and economic development finance. Specialized knowledge in commercial finance, including: operating business and real estate finance; financing of community-based organizations; pooling of community development loans for sale to secondary markets; and/or financial counseling, particularly for small businesses; or prior experience serving as an NMTC application reviewer. Working independently and…
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Coalition Releases 2017 New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Progress Report

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Report highlights NMTC project data from 2016, including 28 healthcare facilities, 26 manufacturers, 15 schools, 14 facilities for youth and families, and 11 incubators WASHINGTON, June 7, 2017 -- The New Markets Tax Credit Coalition today released its 2017 New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Progress Report the thirteenth edition of the report—providing a survey of NMTC activities in 2016. As in the past, the report documents the flexibility and impact of the NMTC in meeting the needs of the distressed communities where it is deployed and helping to create jobs and grow business opportunities, from more traditional industry and community sectors to new and cutting-edge technology. Projects which benefitted from the Credit in the past year include rural and urban incubators, small business loan funds, main street tourism, health clinics,…
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U.S. Sen. Steven Daines Sees the NMTC at Work during Tour of New Universal Athletic Headquarters in Bozeman

U.S. Sen. Steven Daines Sees the NMTC at Work during Tour of New Universal Athletic Headquarters in Bozeman

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BOZEMAN, Mont. – U.S. Senator Steven Daines toured the new corporate headquarters of Universal Athletic Services on Monday. Senator Daines was also joined by Bozeman Mayor Carson Taylor and Bozeman Director of Economic Development Brit Fontenot for a press conference following the tour that was hosted by Universal Athletic Services and Montana & Idaho Community Development Corporation. The purchase and rehabilitation of the new facility was made possible through the use of the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Program, a federal program operated by the CDFI Fund at the U.S. Treasury that provides critical financing  to rural and urban communities in Montana, and nationwide. In 2015, Montana & Idaho Community Development Corporation provided a NMTC allocation to fill a financing gap, allowing the athletic apparel company to proceed with its…
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Dakotas America Hosts Rural Finance Gathering

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Federal community development funding, as measured as a share of GDP, has declined by 75 percent over the least 40 years. Federal policy has increasing relied on private-sector resources to fill the gap. Through the NMTC and CDFI programs, community development organizations are filling the yawning credit gap encountered in many communities, creating jobs improving housing and community facilities and creating economic opportunity. This is especially true in rural America where opportunity to access the capital necessary to build businesses and community services is limited. On April 11, 2017, Dakotas America hosted the Upper Great Plains Rural Finance Gathering in Harrisburg, South Dakota. In all, there were over 30 attendees representing more than 20 economic development groups from across the region, as well as other areas around the country. The stated…
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Recent NMTC projects in Akron, OH and Bellows Falls, VT

Recent NMTC projects in Akron, OH and Bellows Falls, VT

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Chroma Technology, Bellows Falls, VT: The growth of Chroma Technology, a leading manufacturer of optical filters and related products, has far exceed their existing production capacity. Financing from MHIC will increase the company's manufacturing and research and development facility by over 150%. The prosperity of this company is extraordinarily vital to this very low-income community because it is employee-owned and, with profit sharing, most of the employees can earn approximately $100,000/year. This expansion project will result in 28 new hires within the next 5 years. Akron Community Revitalization Fund: Akron, OH The Akron Community Revitalization Loan Fund, which will be overseen by the Development Finance Authority of Summit County (DFA), is designed to provide small loans to help launch projects — everything from rehabbing buildings to opening new businesses —…
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New Markets Tax Credit Briefing Highlights Credit’s Success in Rural and Urban Communities

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 23, 2017 Contact: Ayrianne Parks ayrianne@rapoza.org (202) 393-5225 NMTC Practitioners Present on NMTC Projects that Leverage Private Investment in Economically Distressed Communities, Expand Businesses and Create Jobs Washington, D.C. –The NMTC Coalition hosted a briefing on Capitol Hill yesterday to share information on the impact of the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) in rural and urban communities. Leading the event was Robert W. Davenport, President of NMTC Coalition and Special Advisor to National Development Council.  Longtime NMTC champion and original cosponsor of the New Markets Tax Credit Extension Act of 2017 (HR 1098), Congressman Tom Reed, provided opening remarks. The event featured a video explaining the mechanics of the NMTC and four presentations by NMTC Coalition Board Members on projects from NMTC at Work in Communities Across…
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New Markets Tax Credit Talking Points

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The Coalition has internally compiled a list of arguments and talking points in favor of the NMTC, and we figured we'd share them with you on our blog (updated 3/2017) The New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) was designed to increase the flow of capital to businesses and low income communities by providing a modest tax incentive to private investors. Over the last ten years, the NMTC has proven to be an effective, targeted and cost-efficient financing tool valued by businesses, communities and investors across the country. The NMTC has delivered an unprecedented level of investment to America's low income communities. Between 2003 and 2015, total project investments in NMTC qualified businesses totaled nearly $80 billion, of which 50 percent was generated from sources other than direct NMTC investments. Those NMTC investments…
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