Matt Rosendale (R-MT02)
The project is the remediation and rehabilitation of a 22,000 sq. ft. blighted and vacant downtown building into commercial office and retail space that will include co-working space, an archtecture firm, a brewery, restaurant and coffee shop.
Fort Peck Wellness Center
The project is a new 51,000 sq. ft. health clinic and recreation center focused on increasing the life expectancy for tribal members.
Anne DeBoo, Western Security Bank, Billings, Montana
NMTC funding has enabled several non-profits and for-profits alike develop properties and businesses in low income areas. Rehabilitating old buildings, enhancing distressed and blighted city areas – all have happened with these funds. It’s important to keep the program rolling to entice developers to take on these projects and to help non-profits expand and grow […]
William Snell, Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council, Billings, Montana
NMTC is a valuable service and resource in meeting the needs of our American Indian businesses, nonprofits and projects. Revitalization is critical in assisting the building of services and providing employment to our very disadvantaged communities.
Frank Boucher, Jr., Valley Bank of Helena, Helena, Montana
The NMTC program has enabled us to finance 3 projects that have enhanced the specific area/ neighborhoods, created additional jobs, and added tax base for our community.