New Markets Tax Credit Financing Supports Expansion of Emergency Department Services for Cincinnati Region Federal and state NMTC financing will improve financial stability of Head Start program serving over 1,000 children. Nonprofit Development Corporation is renovating a space to accommodate its growth and provide more services. The OrthoIndy Y is the first YMCA in the country to include a dedicated Veterans Affairs medical facility onsite. NMTC financing for an innovative sustainable forestry company whose operations include sawmills, wood pellets (for renewable energy), timberland and environmental remediation products. Opportunity Fund provided $8 million in financing for the newly-opened Logan Heights Family Health Counseling Center w Caddo River Forest Products invested up to $50 million to reopen its sawmill in Glenwood, Arkansas. The company created 136 new jobs. Capito took a tour through the building, learning more about the future of the renovated facility. It was part of a tour through the state highlighting economic development opportunities in many different industries. "It was great to visit with folks yesterday in Union City and hear how #TaxReform is working in Obion County. We started out with a tour of Williams Sausage Company..." -Rep. Kustoff Brint Ryan ,who grew up in Big Spring, was determined to revitalize this aging landmark, and invested $30 million in its renovation The WaterFire Arts Center is now officially open for business, you can visit us at 475 Valley Street, Providence RI 02908. The WaterFire Store in partnership with Symposium Books is open 5 days a week and features a broad selection of art books,  Associated Hardwoods utilized NMTC funding to build and operate a sawmill in Gaffney, S.C., with an economic impact of $14.7 million estimated during the first four years of the project. The library is undergoing a $25M renovation scheduled to be completed by year's end The Congressman attended the opening of a project involving the substantial rehabilitation of a former United States Postal Service mail sorting facility into commercial office and creative co-working space supporting local startups and growing businesses. U.S. Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., called the Northside’s new Franklin School “a national model that everybody can follow” on Tuesday. This Tuesday, Senator John Thune (R-SD) visited Youth & Family Services (YFS) in Rapid City, SD, for an event celebrating their ongoing expansion. U.S. Senator Steven Daines toured the new corporate headquarters of Universal Athletic Services on Monday. Today, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) toured Stirling Ultracold in Athens and met with company leadership and employees. A sawmill in Glenwood that has been closed for nearly 10 years will be buzzing once again. The long-awaited grand opening of the Gem City Market takes place on Wednesday, and a couple of U.S. lawmakers this week got a sneak peek of the new facility, which was partly funded with federal dollars. Opportunity Fund provided $8 million in financing for the newly-opened Logan Heights Family Health Counseling Center which offers a comprehensive range of behavioral health services to more than 7300 individuals and families of Barrio Logan, a low-income area south of downtown San Diego. Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County has served the Bradenton, Florida area since 1946. With NMTC financing, a 50-year old building was replaced with a new state-of-the-art facility. "On Wednesday, we toured the new Super-Pufft Snack Corporation facility in Perry. Brothers Walid & Mahmoud Amrouch have been working very hard to get this business up and running. I was honored to have the opportunity to meet Walid, Mahmoud, & their father. "-Rep. Dunn "Happy to celebrate the completion of the TERRA network w/ @GCIAK & others in Bethel -providing Alaskans the internet services they need." -Senator Murkowski "As the largest production sawmill in the United States and a leading manufacturer of quality matting products, Beasley is the largest employer in Jeff Davis County with 923 employees!" -Rep. Allen Premier was honored to host Congressman Mike Simpson and his staff The YMCA of Greater Indianapolis is constructing a full-service facility providing health and wellness, youth development, educational and recreational programs to the underserved western Indianapolis metropolitan area. The OrthoIndy Y will be the first YMCA in the country to include a dedicated Veterans Affairs medical facility onsite. When asked about the overall vision of the project, Senator Young said “Well this is a spectacular facility. It has a great history of people working here and taking care of their families. It’s being transformed by the leadership of the people of Fort Wayne.” "I was honored to congratulate EZ Pack for their new expansion in Cynthiana. This impressive new facility will create hundreds of high quality jobs for Kentuckians and is a direct result of the New Markets Tax Credit, which was included in the #TaxCutsandJobsAct." said Rep. Barr (R-KY) Wednesday was the official ribbon cutting for the two new machines at the St. Croix Tissue Mill. Members of Maine’s congressional delegation said this new investment will push Maine to the forefront of the paper industry. T.I. Contracting is a trucking, hauling, logistics, and government contracting firm. T.I. Contracting has recently received contracts to work on pump stations in various municipalities. The project provided funds for equipment purchase, debt refinance, and working capital. Supplier and hauler of all types of aggregates and provider of logistic services for the greater New Orleans […] Local manufacturer assembles freezers for vaccines Congressman Garrett Graves (R-LA) visited NMTC-financed Westport Linen Services The NMTC helped preserve 35 high-paying jobs and transition a company to a new phase of growth. In 2017, Innercare was a key stakeholder in the research and development of the Imperial County Community Health Assessment that has been driving health policy in the County for the past 5 years. The final action plan identified and prioritized the need to close health care provider gaps, with particular focus on improving negative rates […] Rolland Curtis Gardens opened in the Spring of 2019 in the Exposition Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. The mixed-use development features 140 residential units and 8,000 sq. ft. of commercial space that houses a community health clinic and a locally owned market and cafe. Abode Communities, an affordable housing developer, developed the project in collaboration […] The project entails the acquisition and redevelopment by Union Rescue Mission of a parcel of land located at 13200 Avalon Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA into a supportive services facility. Upon completion, the project will consist of a 74,900 sq. ft. (SF) building containing 374 total beds. The beds will be arranged in 86 multi-occupant bedrooms […] Finances tenant improvements, equipment purchases and closing costs associated with the expansion of a comapany?s Orlando location. The expanded facility will allow it to expand its research and development for new product lines and create new jobs. Lift Orlando will build and operate a new ~30,000 sq. ft., two-story Health and Wellness Center within the […] A hospital based in Marianna, Florida. The loan, in the amount of $13,500,000, funded the purchase of new patient treatment equipment (MRI and CAT scan machines), as well as post hurricane facility repairs. This loan was funded by River Gorge Capital, a subsidiary of BrightBridge. NMTC financing supported Florida Interfaith Networking in Disasters (FIND), a coalition of faith-based disaster responders in Florida who network with state, local and national agencies to prepare Florida's communities for the effects of disaster, and facilitate recovery efforts through broad based cooperation and expertise. ATMORE, Ala., May 18, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- UB Community Development, LLC (UBCD), a community development partner of United Bank, announced today that it has closed a $9 million New Markets Tax Credit transaction with Northwest Florida Healthcare, Inc. for the construction of a new surgical center on their existing campus in Chipley, Florida. The project […] This NMTC project rehabilitates seven properties along Main Street, primarily the old jail building in Knott, into a climate-controlled bus waiting area to allow for expanded transportation options. It also includes construction of a parking structure featuring a walking track and outdoor art installations. Offices and space for HUD and other community partners will create […] The University of the Cumberlands (the ?University?), with 4,300 students (1,864 undergraduates and 2,434 graduates), has historically served students primarily, but not exclusively, from the beautiful Appalachian mountain regions of Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia, Virginia, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Ohio and Alabama. The University's impact can be seen in the achievements of its graduates […] UPIKE Student Housing and Education Facility renovated and repurposed existing 113-room Hilton Garden Inn hotel space into a student housing and educational programming space.The project will fund the University of Pikeville (UPIKE) Student Housing and Education Facility development. The project will comprise the purchase of an existing 113-room Hilton Garden Inn hotel in downtown Pikeville […] Enhanced Capital is thrilled to partner with St. Augustine High School (St. Augustine) to provide financing through the Louisiana and federal New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) program. Located in New Orleans, LA, St. Augustine is a minority-controlled nonprofit college preparatory school for young men in eighth to twelfth grades. Enhanced Capital provided financing to improve […] The redevelopment of a historic theatre that will consist of restoring the 44,000 sq. ft. 750 seat theatre and the attached West Wing that houses back of the house space including dressing rooms, rehearsal space, and administrative offices. Due to significant deferred maintenance by its former owners, the theatre requires renovation and upgrades to safely […] This project will finance the development of a 120,000 square foot, multi-phased, mixed-use development center located in Minneapolis, MN featuring a 25-meter instructional pool and a workforce development center, including a job training facility and an entrepreneurial incubator space. Closing Date: 12-14-2023. V3 Sports, Inc. has $23 million in debt and equity commitments to date. […] MMCDC is allocating $10M to assist with a portion of the $17.9M total development, construction, equipment, and other project costs for a new health center in Naytahwaush on the White Earth Reservation. The new health center facility will be 29,033 sq. ft. (with room for future expansion) and have the ability to provide family practice, […] Financed a new hotel on Choctaw lands to jobs and economic development back after the devastation of Katrina Little Big Horn College, the higher education institution of the Crow (Aps?alooke) Tribe of Indians, used $8.8 million in NMTCs provided by Travois New Markets and more than $2.3 million in equity from Indion Ventures to overcome a financing gap and build its new 35,000-square-foot Health and Wellness Center. The LBHC Health and Wellness Center […] The project is the rehabilitation and redevelopment of the basement, first floor, and mezzanine of the historic Crowley Block building in downtown Lewistown, MT. OneHealth, a partnership of community health centers serving Central and Eastern Montana and based in Hardin, MT, is developing and will operate a medical and dental clinic and pharmacy in the […] The Minnewaukan Public School District has a new school for its kindergarten through 12th grade students, thanks in part to New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) financing provided by Travois New Markets and Chase, Community Development Banking, which played a dual role in the project.The old school building was continuously threatened by flooding from the adjacent […] NMTC financing supported a medical clinic in Sandoval County, New Mexico, that offers holistic and inclusive services to inspire and nurture well-being, one person at a time. The project consists of: (i) the purchase and renovation of NHC?s existing 23,000 sq. ft. health center facility at 300 Niagara St. (NHC Mattina) and the construction of a 15,000 sq. ft. addition; and (ii) the purchase, rehabilitation, and expansion of an existing building at 1569 Niagara St. to create a 26,000 sq. ft. health […] The Chickasaw Nation recently utilized a $6.3M investment for the construction of a 15,000 sq. ft. property located at 1921 Cradduck Road, Ada, Oklahoma to develop a LEED certified surgery center facility building for lease. In response to an increase in patient demand in the community it serves, Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center (VMHC) in Oregon is embarking on a $25.4 million purchase, renovation, and expansion project to more than double the size of their previously leased facility. Capital Fund is proud to support this project with an $8 million […] Sharswood Ridge Mixed-Use Project, which is located in a U.S. HUD CHOICE Neighborhood and an Opportunity Zone, will serve as an anchor on the Ridge Avenue commercial corridor in the Blumberg/Sharswood Section of North Central Philadelphia. Located at 2077 Ridge Avenue in Philadelphia?s 19121 zip code, this 230,000 sq. ft. new construction mixed-use project is […] This New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) transaction financed the major rehabilitation and expansion of a Oglala Lakota County School District K-8 public school. Located near Rockyford, South Dakota, the school district encompasses the Lakota Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. The new facility will accommodate a growing population as well as provide modernized facilities and technology to […] In January, HOPE made a $7.5 million New Markets Tax Credit investment in Nashville-based Fisk University to support the renovation of the John Hope and Aurelia Franklin Library, the Driscoll House (Race Relations Building), the Boyd House, and new construction for the Roland Parrish Career Center. Our largest investment to date with an HBCU, HOPE […] NMTC financing supported the launching of a new, onsite full-service oncology program for a safety net hospital in Memphis, TN. The project will occupy two dedicated floors in the Regional One Health?s Rout Building and will also include an outpatient clinic for surgical and medical oncologists on its main hospital campus in Memphis, TN. The […] The project involves the construction of a new 40,800 sq. ft. Hendricks Hospice Care (HHC) outpatient service and in patient service program facility space. HHC is a nonprofit entity that was started in 1982 by local community members to bring hospice care to Abilene. HHC became affiliated with the local hospital, Hedrick Medical Center, in […] New Markets Tax Credits were used to expand the St. Croix Chippewa Tribe judicial building in Webster. The new judicial center will increase space for a new domestic violence office, additional space for drug abuse programs and more private court rooms. WHEDA?s involvement was only one piece of a much larger project. The other aspects […] The Chequamegon Food Co-op is a member-owned grocery in Ashland on Lake Superior's south shore. The co-op relocated and expanded thanks to financing from a community revolving loan from the Ashland Area Development Corporation, a joint loan from Northern State Bank and Forward Community Investments (including NMTC financing), and loans from Co-op members. The finished […] The NMTC financed facility aims to help community members realize their dreams by lifting up local BIPOC artists, while offering some permanent offices and several co-working spaces. NMTC financing for Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver (Habitat Metro Denver) to renovate the future headquarters for its affordable homeownership programs. A YMCA is building a new community center in Salem, Oregon. NMTC financing supported Continental Tire's $155 million expansion in Mt. Vernon, IL. Grand Concourse Fordham is a mixed‐use commercial building with a grocery store tenant and a community services tenant. Advantage Capital portfolio company Jahabow recently hosted Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer for a plant visit and tour. A New Markets Tax Credit investment helped Jahabow invest in people and equipment and continue to grow at a time when access to capital was scarce, particularly for rural companies. On May 31st, Senator Wicker of Mississippi toured the Lockers Manufacturing facility. Both Mississippi Senators tour Ocean Aero, Inc., an award-winning autonomous ocean drone platform. U.S. Senator Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) toured the offices of North End Teleservices, a provider of multi-channel contact center services for businesses based in Omaha. North End Teleservices is the largest business in Nebraska owned by a black woman. "I was honored to participate in today’s groundbreaking of the Railroad Corner Redevelopment project in Orangeburg." U.S. Sen. Edward Markey speaks at the YMCA celebration on Monday. U.S. Sen. Edward Markey speaks at the YMCA celebration on Monday. Rep. Williams (D-GA) attended a press event for the HDDC Front Porch NMTC investment Constructing a new, energy efficient, 20,166 sq. ft. community arts center in Cincinnati’s Clifton Business District The NMTC investment will be used by Sovereign Pipe to purchase a portion of the new equipment that will be used in the manufacturing of HDPE pipe Project financed in both 2021 and 2022. Expansion of a food bank that will more than double their capacity to provide meals in its 24-county service area. CFBEO provides on-site feeding programs, emergency shelter, emergency food pantries, children and senior feeding programs, veterans’ outreach initiatives and disaster relief food programs. The 50,000 sq. ft. expansion […] This project will partially finance the acquisition and renovation of the former Dresser-Rand/Siemens Energy industrial facility in Olean, NY, the acquisition and commissioning of manufacturing equipment, and the training of personnel specifically to support the fabrication of structural steel and related startup costs. When complete, the facility will be a state of-the-art manufacturing plant producing […] InclusivCare is implementing a three-year strategic plan (2021-2023) that involves increasing the number of medical and dental patients and expanding behavioral health services. It is undertaking this NMTC project to create two new sites to help achieve these goals. InclusivCare used NMTC allocation for the following projects: Project 1: Marrero Clinic – 12,881 sq. ft. […] Dreamtroit consists of the redevelopment of the former Lincoln Motor Company headquarters into a mixed-used, mixed-income historic redevelopment. The project aims to combat displacement of artists while delivering affordable residential and publicly accessible commercial amenities in the New Center neighborhood. The project is located on the site of the original Lincoln Motor factory, which has […] Acquisition, rehabilitation and expansion of a former office facility to serve 888 K-12 students through the One City nonprofit public charter elementary and secondary education programs in a severely distressed neighborhood. One City was created by the residents of its low-income community in South Madison, Wisconsin with a goal to implement a demonstration educational model […] This investment will finance the construction of a 7,119 sq. ft., 9-unit multi-family corporate housing development designed to provide affordable live/workspace for professionals of color in the Camden neighborhood of Minneapolis, MN. The project will also include a small 215 sq. ft. commercial space leased to U.S. Bank for an annual rental of $50,000 per […] The renovation of a former car dealership and construction of a new multipurpose facility at a site located across the street from the existing Logos facility. For 35 years, Reconciliation Services has been working to turn Troost Avenue from a dividing line into a gathering place where the very best of Kansas City’s culture is on display, helping people in need. But the nonprofit needed some help of its own with its building at 3101 Troost Ave. in Kansas City. The […] Lent Hill (LH) is the development and operation of a 2MW facility powered by local farmer's food waste and silage. LH will process 43K gallons of local food waste per day, mitigating 340 metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions annually for lK LIP residents. The project will generate roughly 13,200 megawatt-hours of electricity (MWh) annually […] Share Food Program is a leading force in the fight against hunger across the Greater Philadelphia region, and one of the most impactful hunger relief organizations in the country. Nearly 30% of children in Philadelphia were food insecure in 2021, and 63% of seniors visiting food banks report choosing between food and medical care. Over […] This investment will finance the renovation of a former grocery-anchored shopping center located in Dellwood, MO that has remained vacant for almost 18 years into a vital resource for the predominantly Black community providing early childhood education, workforce development, co-working space, a restaurant, and a bank. R&R Marketplace will transform a site that has remained […] NMTC financing for the renovation and expansion of the Minneapolis American Indian Center (MAIC), a nonprofit community center in the heart of the American Indian community of Minneapolis providing comprehensive programs and services for Native American children, youth, adults, elders and families. One of the first urban American Indian Centers in the country, MAIC was […] Capital Impact Partners and Chase provided NMTC financing to Urban Health Plan (UHP), via its support corporation, The Foundation for Urban Health and Well Being, Inc. to expand their existing federally qualified health center (FQHC) located at 37-102 108th Street Corona, NY in Queens. The project also includes the outfitting for the integration of UHP’s […] This transaction financed the acquisition and development of a 68,780 sq. ft. multiple tenant commercial building located in Marysville, CA, a portion of which was renovated and leased to a nonprofit. Ampla Health is a nonprofit Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that provides affordable, high quality healthcare services in Northern California. Ampla Health was originally […] Perry Memorial Hospital, a 50,000-square-foot healthcare facility built in 1950, faced financial challenges due to the rising costs of providing essential healthcare services. In 2019, Stillwater Medical Center took over management under a four-year contract, ensuring operational efficiency and financial stability. In 2023, the hospital obtained a Rural Emergency Hospital designation, boosting reimbursement rates for […] Acquisition and construction financing with enable the Skills Center, a Black-led nonprofit in Tampa focused on academic and leadership success for children of all ages by connecting them with sports and athletic programs, to create a 5-acre campus. The property is in the predominantly African American part of the Tampa metro area in a relatively […] This transaction will finance the renovation of a vacant building near Madison, WI into a 21,500 sq. ft. building that will serve as the McKenzie Regional Workforce Center to educate and support predominantly minority low-income youth and women in careers as plumbers, carpenters, electricians and other trades. The McKenzie Regional Workforce Center will provide young […] UB Community Development, LLC (UBCD), a community development partner of United Bank, provided $7.5 million in New Markets Tax Credit funds for Dadeville Pole Company, LLC (DPC) to construct a utility pole manufacturing facility in Tallapoosa County, Alabama. PB Community Impact Fund, LLC of Mendenhall, Mississippi provided a $7.5 million federal NMTC allocation and UBCD […] Sigilo, LLC d/b/a Spreetail is a "marketplace enabler" that provides brands, particularly those selling heavy and bulky items, the ability to sell products on 15+ online marketplaces. The Company effectively acts as a distributor/wholesaler for brands that do not have the technical/logistical capability or the desire to manage the complexity of selling on multiple marketplaces […] During the 55th anniversary celebration of its commitment and service to the community, the Greater Jamaica Development Corporation (GJDC) announced the upcoming opening of its new state-of-the-art office space, Greater Nexus. Southeast Queens elected officials and civic leaders joined members of GJDC at the Jamaica Performing Arts Center, located at 153-10 Jamaica Ave., to deliver […] Enhanced Capital proudly partnered with Fox Valley Developers, LLC to help finance the $118 million redevelopment of the Copley Hospital campus in Aurora, IL. The property, abandoned in 1995, is being redeveloped into an innovative mixed-use community, thanks in part to Enhanced Capital’s investment. Enhanced Capital provided financing through a bridge loan secured by Historic […] The project involves the $12.2 million renovation and/or expansion of two buildings supporting the work of the Pittsburgh Glass Center (“PGC”), a local nonprofit, public-access education center, art gallery and glass studio. The main building will be renovated and expanded from 16,000 sq. ft. to 27,000 sq. ft. by building a second story over the […] H&Mcare – a Black- and immigrant-owned home care support services business undertook a $13 million project that will provide critical services for the community, including housing to more than 22 individuals over the age of 65, an urgent care, a pharmacy, and residential rehabilitation services. H&Mcare acquired two parcels of land totaling 14,328 sq. ft. […] A FQHC health clinic that will provide medical, dental, and mental health services for low-income and uninsured. This region does not have adequate services, and the clinic serves as the only provider of some of these services. Located at the Northeast corner of Vermont and Manchester in South Central Los Angeles, Evermont (Vermont and Manchester) is a transformational, 160,000 sq. ft., mixed-use development that will directly address over three decades of chronic underinvestment in this severely distressed, low-income community, which was the epicenter of the 1992 civil disturbances.   Evermont will provide 180 […] PB Community Impact Fund provided $8 million of New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) allocation to Rouse’s Enterprises, LLC (Rouse’s) to finance the acquisition and rehabilitation of a retail shopping center anchored by a 35,700 square-foot grocery store in rural Picayune, Mississippi. The project was needed as the rural community severely lacked access to fresh healthy […] Located along the LaSalle Street corridor in the Central City neighborhood of New Orleans, a historically Black part of the city, is the Dew Drop Inn. Opened in 1939 by Frank Painia, what started as a barbershop quickly grew into a well-known hotel and music venue, complete with a restaurant and bar. Listed in the […] The Welcome House, Inc., which serves eight counties in Northern Kentucky, has a 40-year track record of meeting the needs of the homeless and those living in poverty who are on the verge of homelessness. In 2020, the Welcome House served 2,777 persons, which is a 140% increase since 2017. Despite the overwhelming need for […] Construction and build-out of a new 40,200 sq. ft. health clinic with 27 exam rooms, new behavioral health and addiction-related treatment spaces, a community pharmacy, and a computer room to support digital literacy programs This project serves the most vulnerable homeless people through a wide array of social, medical, and mental assistance. It will also provide 59 "Tiny Homes", which will be permanent housing. Housing is targeted to individuals 50 and older experiencing chronic homelessness. Fab-Tek of Central Mississippi, Inc., is a locally owned, light manufacturing business specializing in fabricating metal, polymers and plastics. The company produces and retools light manufacturing equipment and components for companies that require customized manufacturing equipment, such as conveyor-based food processors. The company is contracted by its customers, who primarily operate in the poultry and […] Goodwill Excel Center Midsouth (the “Excel Center”), located in Memphis, Tennessee, is a contract adult high school operating in partnership with Shelby County Schools (“SCS”). The Excel Center opened its doors in 2015 and provides adults 18 and older with the opportunity to earn a free high school diploma. In addition, students have opportunities to […] The Tennessee Justice Center provides free legal representation in civil cases to 1,700 low-income clients each year from across Tennessee, principally in cases involving access to health care, nutrition assistance and government benefits. The project will make TJC’s services more accessible to minority clients and will enable it to more effectively collaborate with organizations in […] Supported the construction of a new facility to provide mental health inpatient psychiatric care and remodeling an adjacent facility to provide outpatient psychiatric care in a Medically Underserved Area. This is phase 1 of a 10- to 15-year development plan that looks at transformation where people live, work and play in their corner of the JeffVanderLou neighborhood. Habitat for Humanity plans approximately 20 homes split between North and South St. Louis, as explained by Kimberly McKinney. Habitat will partner with Art Place Initiative in […] Milwaukee Tool used NMTC financing to expand the facility’s manufacturing capabilities by upgrading the current outdated facility and purchasing new, innovative, state-of-the-art equipment to further support its growing hole saw manufacturing operations. This endeavor will increase Milwaukee Tool’s manufacturing capabilities to meet growing demand, modernize facility operations, and accommodate its growth into new territories. PB […] PB Community Impact Fund and BXS Community Fund provided federal New Market Tax Credit allocation and to Lackey Memorial Hospital to finance the construction of a new Medical Arts Complex in Forest, MS. The new medical arts complex includes two family medical surgical clinics, a pediatric clinic, three state-of-the-art operating rooms and support services, an […] PB Community Impact Fund provided a $3.6 million New Market Tax Credit enhanced loan to Consolidated Catfish Producers to refinance high-interest debt that was burdening its operations. Consolidated Catfish Producers in a Mississippi based company that was founded in 1967 and provides consumers with fresh quality fish products. Consolidated Catfish Producers in the largest employer […] PB Community Impact Fund provided $8,000,000 of federal New Market Tax Credit allocation to Forrest County General Hospital to finance the construction of the Pinegrove Behavioral Health Center (Pine Grove). Pine Grove is a new 31,000 square-foot outpatient mental health and addiction treatment center in Hattiesburg, MS. The new medical facility includes clinical and meeting […] The project involves financing a new 17,500 square foot state-of-the-art Early Education and Community Center, to be located on what is now a blighted, vacant lot in a largely residential neighborhood of New Bedford’s south end. This Center has been carefully designed to serve NorthStar and the community long-term, and to best serve young children […] NMTC financing supported a project designed to strengthen and provide a home to Oklahoma’s nonprofit community recently received a sizable financial boost. The Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits (OKCNP) received $10 million of New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC) allocation to support their renovation of the old American Red Cross building at Sixth Street and Lincoln Boulevard […] NMTCs incentivized private investment from US Bank and created a subsidy which closed Crossover’s fundraising gap to develop the new community center. A $14,000,000 New Markets Tax Credit (“NMTC”) investment supported Memphis Union Mission’s (“MUM”) The Opportunity Center, Phase 2 on March 14, 2022. Located at 383 Poplar Avenue in Memphis, Tennessee, Phase 2 entails the new construction of a 21,270 square foot secure access facility that includes space for between 104 and 112 beds, a large […] Acquisition, renovation and equipping of former industrial building to create new 95,000 sq. ft. youth basketball facility with related services and programs. The facility’s programs are anticipated to serve 6,000 young people each year. The project expects permanent full-time jobs to increase from 11 to 25 and permanent part time jobs to increase from 39 […] This project will finance the construction of a 31,000 sq. ft. multi use development of a co-op grocery store in the Central Woodward neighborhood of Detroit, Michigan. Urban Action Community Development (“UACD”) deployed $8.75 million in Round 18 NMTC allocation to the Martin Luther King Jr Community Healthcare (“MLKCH” and “Hospital”) located in the heart of South Los Angeles and adjacent to the Watts community. The safety net hospital founded in 2015 has a mission to “provide compassionate, collaborative, quality care, and […] The acquisition of land and new construction of a 200,000 sq. ft. manufacturing and warehouse facility Baum Revision, LLC is a real estate development company based in Chicago, Illinois. It is acquiring and rehabilitating two industrial properties at 3333 W. Lake St and 3843 W. Lake in Chicago's Garfield Park Neighborhood. Due to the over 50% poverty rate, high unemployment rate, and poor infrastructure, the City of Chicago has identified the […] The rehabilitation and improvement of the former Mercy Hospital into the Public Health Campus on Cedar. The Immaculata School is the rehabilitation of an innovative, foundational, and collaborative education facility serving K-5 and run by the Detroit Public School Community District (DPSCD). Rehab includes mechanical, electrical, and plumbing upgrades and provides for renovations to existing classrooms and support spaces to facilitate the programming for DPSCD. The 64,732 sq. ft., the 3-story […] Ground up construction of a 65,009 sq.ft., 500 student charter high school. This project will finance the redevelopment of the historic and iconic “History Channel Building,”previously vacant for more than 20 years, into a 188,181 sq. ft. educational facility in the Mott Haven community in the Bronx, NY. The building will be the new school and headquarters of DREAM Charter School (“DREAM”). DREAM will offer education to […] New building The Ute and William K. Bowes, Jr. Center for Performing Arts, located at 200 Van Ness Ave, dramatically amplifies the scale of opportunity SFCM provides for students and deepens our engagement with the community of San Francisco’s Civic Center. A “vertical campus” designed by Mark Cavagnero Associates, The $200 million, 170,000 sq. ft. […] The America's Second Harvest project entails the construction of two buildings totaling 152,900 sq. ft. for a food bank warehouse and distribution hub located in Savannah, GA. Specifically, 98,000 sq. ft. will be devoted to dry storage, 19,000 sq. ft. of freezer/cooler space, 15,000 sq. ft. of volunteer sorting/packing space, an 11,200 sq. ft. commercial […] The Project involves the construction of a 13,798 square foot health center. The new facility is located on fee simple land owned by CSKT in the town or Ronan on the Flathead Indian Reservation in rural northwestern Montana. The Project will provide full-service medical care and a fitness/rehabilitation center that serves CSKT tribal members, their […] Adaptive reuse of a 50,000 sq. ft. registered historic factory/warehouse into a learn/work hub containing an entrepreneurial center, a graduate center, a State Technology Transfer Center, and a craft brewery. Challenges: As a federally registered historic building, there was the familiar (yet always tough) epic tug-of-war between the program, existing conditions, code-mandated improvements, MEP system […] A homeless services facility that focuses on sober sheltering and transitional housing. Renovation of a 14,000 sq. ft. women's health care clinic. In August 2022, CDF provided $6.5 million in New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) allocation to Siegal Steel (Siegal) to fund equipment expenditures at a steel coil processing plant located at 4747 South Kedzie Avenue in Brighton Park. Siegal is a steel coil processor and supplier specializing in oscillate winding, steel edging, and Just-in-Time delivery services […] In February 2022, CDF provided $14 million in New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) allocation to PCC Community Wellness Center to fund the construction of a 32,000 sq. ft. health and wellness facility in one of Chicago’s most medically underserved neighborhoods. Founded in 1980, PCC Community Wellness Center is a Federally Qualified Health Center with 11 […] BlueHub Capital has awarded tax credits to Maȟpíya Lúta (Red Cloud) on the Pine Ridge Reservation, facilitating a $13 million investment in significant infrastructure projects. The funds will support the construction of a new Heritage Center and extensive water system improvements, including a 225,000-gallon water tower, mainlines, wells, and a pump house. Monica Macek, the […] In the first of two revitalization projects (read about the other project), Wesbanco used NMTC financing to help a borrower purchase and renovate a vacant commercial building at 101 Mercer Street, New Castle, PA. Previous to this purchase, the building had been completely vacant since March of 2018, when it lost its anchor tenant, the […] Financing to enable North Carolina Central University to enhance critical medical care at a new community health center in Halifax County, NC. The new construction of a 513,000 sq. ft. distribution center for Husqvarna Consumer Outdoor Products A 31,000 sq. ft. expansion of Claflin University’s Jonas T. Kennedy Health and Physical Education Center to a full-service Health and Wellness Center Complex with both a new indoor and outdoor enrichment multi-purpose area. The construction of an 82,000 sq. ft. center featuring classrooms, student life/ learning space at an HBCU. NMTC project generates hundreds of jobs in Omaha, NE. $117 million expansion project will add production capacity for branded appetizer business and bring more than 130 jobs to the community. McNeilus Steel Inc. will utilize NMTC allocation to finance equipment and working capital for a steel processing and distribution facility located in Morrison, TN. Birmingham YMCA used NMTC allocation to renovate their existing sq. ft. Northeast Youth Center A new facility helps survivors of domestic violence. NMTC financing helped Howard University generate $15.5 million in working capital to help fund scholarships and housing research. Borrower is a black woman-owned general contractor and construction management company specializing in major residential complexes, commercial and retail buildings. Borrower’s headquarters is located in Los Angeles and they plan to construct and/ or renovate certain real properties that are each located in a Low-Income Community census tract. This investment will finance the construction of a new 32,920 sq. ft. hospital facility in the rural community of Clarksville, Texas. The hospital will focus on cardiovascular and surgical procedures but will also provide general hospital services with 8 in-patient beds, 4 ICU beds, an emergency room, a diagnostic services and lab, a pharmacy and […] Expansion of a food packaging facility, creating significant quality and accessible jobs. Project is committed to local hiring and internal career advancement opportunities. Supported the facility expansion and equipment purchase at Monogram Foods, a producer of food products, including meat snacks, appetizers, pre-made sandwiches, and several other snack products. This project will provide the financing needed to develop an 80,000 sq. ft. office building to be used as corporate incubator space. The office building will be adjacent to Kansas State University located in Manhattan, Kansas. The development includes incubator style office space with shared conference rooms, collaborative technology, and event space for tenants. Riot Edge Solutions Inc. ("Riot") develops and deploys wireless IOT Edge Devices for large scale specialty applications such as tank level monitoring of chemical sin oil and gas fields. Riot devices are suitable for HAZMAT, explosive, caustic, and acidic environments. This project provided Riot with the working capital needed to execute on upcoming large purchase […] Lyon manufacturers steel lockers, shelving, and cabinets, which it sells primarily to distributors and general contractors. Our financing supported equipment purchases, mainly related to the addition of two automated production lines for locker doors and frames. This equipment will allow the company to expand its capacity in anticipation of several new customers coming online. CP Kelco is a nature-based ingredient company that produces KELCOGEL® Gellan Gum, an innovative clean label ingredient (100% natural, no additives, no preservatives), which is sourced from naturally occurring lily pads and fermented with sugar and water. After fermentation, it is dried and milled into powder and used in a variety of food, beverage & […] MycoWorks is a cleantech company developing, manufacturing and selling alternative, sustainable and high-end biomaterials, using an array of proprietary, patented technologies stemming from mycology, agricultural, and engineering R&D and expertise. MycoWorks will build out an existing 125,000 sq. ft. empty spec building and construct a new addition, to create a 250,00 SQ facility. This project will finance the equipment acquisition required to construct an ultra-low temperature fish freezing, cold storage salmon processing facility that will operate on water. The facility will spend peak salmon fishing season months, June through September, in Bristol Bay, Alaska, purchasing and freezing wild salmon, and spend its remaining time docked in Aberdeen, Washington, […] Construction of a two-story 48,000 sq. ft. community facility that will be developed as a Health and Wellness Campus providing healthcare, job training, and healthy foods programs. The 48,000 sq. ft. will consist of 29,000 sq. ft. for the Food, Jobs, & Health Equity component of the project, 10,000 sq. ft. for the new Homefull […] Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry in Manitowoc has announced that they have received a major boost in helping finance their expansion project. Cinnaire, a nonprofit community development financial organization with numerous offices around the Midwest, awarded WAF an $11 million NMTC Investment. WAF explains that this money will allow the Manitowoc-based manufacturer to expand with more manufacturing […] This project will finance the expansion of Lakota Tech High School near Pine Ridge, SD. Built in 2020, Lakota Tech High School consists of 78,810 sq.ft. It is the only public high school in Oglala Lakota County. The population of Oglala Lakota County in 2021 was 13,586 people over a land base estimated to be […] APG Manufacturing is a woman-owned company that manfactures plastic dispensers and pumps used in the consumer health and beauty industries. The APG Manufacturing facility is 80,000 sq. ft. advanced manufacturing facility in Defiance, OH. Finance Fun's NMTC financing was used by AGP Manufacturing's affiliate, APG Equipment Leasing I LLC, to acquire equipment and machinery needed […] The rehab and equipping of a vacant building into the Manufacturing Innovation, Technology and Job Center (MITJC) in Cleveland, OH. MITJC advances strategic priorities in the Workforce Development Roadmap by the OH Manufacturers Association Sector Partnership: (1) regional collaboration between manufacturers, education providers, and workforce development partners; and (2) promoting credentials and career pathways. The East Ohio Hospital project is the rehabilitation and expansion of a minority-owned hospital located in Martins Ferry, OH. The hospital is a 330,000 SF, 140-bed medical facility and pharmacy currently providing a diverse range of services including cardiac cre, emergency services. Finance Fund provided NMTC finacing for the creation of a new 30,100 sq. […] Coreleap, Inc. d/b/a Rush ReCommerce is a recommerce company looking to become the market leader by taking home goods companies' eCommerce returns direct from consumers and then resell them. After the company experienced early struggles, Coreleap has created a strategic plan to reign in costs and operate more efficiently. This project provided Coreleap with the […] NMTC allocation helped Custom Foods of America (CFA) finance a 50% expansion of their 350K sq. ft. Knoxville, TN production campus. CFA manufactures soups and sauces for chain restaurants and convenience stores. The project will allow CFA to grow revenues by 20%, supporting a projected 231 new jobs, retention of 232 jobs, and 113 construction […] Ocean Aero, Inc. ("OA") is an award-winning autonomous ocean drone platform. The key markets include defense and security (intelligence, surveillance, and data), science and research (oceanography and meteorology data collection), and energy (pre-drill analysis, leak detection, monitoring). This project provided Ocean Aero with the capital needed to support planned hires and allow the company to […] New tax credits are expected to boost the new Ronald McDonald House Charities facility near Dayton Children’s Hospital, CityWide Development Corp. said Tuesday. CityWide announced $13 million in federal NMTCs for the new Valley Street facility, where construction has started. The new facility will be three stories tall, equipped with 42 guest rooms. Construction on […] Capital Impact Partners provided NMTC financing to an Asian owned business that distributes fresh seafood. The financing was available through Capital Impact Partner's Healthy Communities Fund. The project financed the expansion of Maui Seafood, LLC into the Phoenix market and enabled the small business to acquire a 13,000 sq. ft. industrial building. The project, located […] Allied Stone used the NMTC program to invest in a 2nd production line in order to meet increased demand for their Granite countertop division. The expansion enables them to meet the growing demand for their product while increasing employment with 102 new jobs. Allied is proud to work with local building contractors, offering them the […] Project entails the renovation of a 2-story, ~28,500 sq. ft. commercial warehouse building located at 70-80 Church Street, Lowell, MA into a Woodworking Social Enterprise center for UTEC, Inc. (~12,800 sq. ft. on the 70 Church side of the building), and on the 80 Church Street side of the building: ~12,700 sq. ft. for UTEC’s […] Steel Warehouse of Ohio LLC is an American-owned and operated manufacturer and supplier of high-quality steel products and components used in multiple industries throughout the United States. Finance Fund provided NMTC financing to the company's affiliate, SW Warren LLC, for working capital expenses and for costs incurred in connection with the acquisition and installation of […] McClellan ECE involves the development of a new, 14,000 sq. ft. early childhood education (ECE) facility in Detroit, Michigan. The project will be utilized as a Head Start Facility for the surrounding area’s youth. The new ECE facility includes four infant/toddler classrooms and four preschool classrooms. McClellan ECE is focused on providing quality, accessible early […] This project will finance the build out and equipment purchases for an existing medical imaging center in Rock Falls, IL. The facility will offer non-invasive imaging services and testing. Additionally, it is designed to be inclusive, serving all individuals, regardless of their ability to pay. This is an excellent example of how NMTCs and Community […] Final phase. 7 buildings, $41 million overhaul. Retail marketplace with space for 15 retailers. Hotel, restaurant, bar. Algorithmic Intuition, Inc. ("Ai2") is a company that has developed an IoT solution that leverages machine learning algorithms and neural nets to facilitate 24/7 smart monitoring of key vitals in elderly patients. The Ai2 solution uses a smart patch worn on the core of the body, capturing vitals, posture, temperature, oxygen levels, and fall detection. […] Vibrant Corporation ("Vibrant") is an Albuquerque, NM based company commercializing Process Compensated Resonance Testing ("PCRT") technology: a method of non-destructive testing that uses vibrations to test the integrity of objects. Vibrant operates a "testing as a service" model: the company manufacturers the testing hardware in-house and leases it out to customer facilities. This project provided […] CCP provided $7 million to allocation to reimburse borrower for construction costs in connection with a new aquatic facility for a YMCA financed with NMTCs in 2016. The original three-lane pool, built in 1967, was closed in March 2016 and left the southeastern San Diego community without a place to swim. There are no community […] Construction of a new 73,000 sq. ft. behavioral health care facility in Everett, WA. The new facility will provide intensive inpatient and outpatient mental health services for low-income patients, including adults with chronic mental illness who are either experiencing or at risk of homelessness, transitioning out of more intensive mental health treatment facility settings, who […] This investment will allow an existing 501(c)(3) operating business, to refinance working capital to further support expanded operations and services it currently provides on 16 acres of land located in Waimea, HI working to establish an autonomous, holistic, educational environment for the children and adults of Hawaii through the development of a native Hawaiian cultural […] Cincinnati Children's Theatre provides programming services for children ages 4-12 years old, with 7 years being the average age. With the Emery Theatre as their permanent home, the theatre will be able to expand programming and include productions targeted for very specific age groups. The rehabilitation will enable the non-profit to reach more disadvantaged children […] MedRhythms, Inc. ("MedRhythms") is a digital therapeutics company using sensors, software, and music to deliver Auditory-Motor Entrainment ("AME") therapy to chronic stroke survivors. Rhythmic auditory stimulation unconsciously synchronizes with the motor system, leading to improvements in walking speed, gait symmetry, and fall risk, ultimately improving independence and quality of life for patients. This project supported […] CCP provided $18 million in allocation to SBCS to finance the construction of a new 61,00 sq. ft. headquarters building in Chula Vista, CA. The new facility will provide the space for SBCS to hire 25 new FTE positions and serve an additional 2,000 unique clients per year. SBCS, a nonprofit corporation, provides a comprehensive […] Nuso, LLC ("NUSO") is a Cloud Service Provider delivering an all-in-one software-based Unified Communications and Collaborations ("UCC") platform with full telephony applications in a flexible deployment model. NUSO's platform allows its customers access to increased efficiency and productivity across PCs, smartphones and tablets by supporting full call control and UCC features for offices, as well […] Century Steel Fabricators, LLC ("CSF") is a newly formed Las Vegas company that serves as a fabrication shop and primary materials supplier for NCR Inc. and NCR LLC (together "NCR"), commercial construction companies that specialize in reinforced steel construction. This project provided CSF with the funds needed to purchase the new Nevada facility. The strategic […] Acquisition and rehabilitation of the former Grand Marina Building to serve as the organization’s new headquarters and key service location. Rehab of an existing two-story building on approximately one acre of land. The renovations will consist of a separation of the Marina and Bay Buildings, allowing for separation of Canal Alliance’s operation and that of […] Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians will use $44.325 million in NMTC allocation to finance the construction of a state-of-the-art 52,000 sq. ft. tribal healthcare center located in Hayward, WI on the La Courte Oreilles tribal reservation (the "Project").The subject property represents the leasehold interest of a proposed 50,495 net-rentable sq. ft. […] The Center for Transforming Lives’ programs provide a two-generation, trauma-informed approach to meet the needs of women and children in poverty. They provide comprehensive housing services, early childhood education, economic mobility, and clinical counseling services. Through this project, Center for Transforming Lives will increase childcare availability by 57% to 120 children, boost the capacity of […] NYCNCC is providing financial assistance for the construction of a 16-bed, 12,000 sq. ft. alternative to incarceration facility in the East Tremont neighborhood of the Bronx. Launched with significant community support, the program will provide an innovative continual care treatment model for New York City residents convicted of drug offences. Supportive housing and health treatment […] The Ribbon is a direct output of Invest Detroit’s Strategic Neighborhood Fund (SNF) efforts in the East Warren Commercial Corridor. The Ribbon will help catalyze the neighborhood’s revitalization efforts, directly responding to community desire for mixed-use projects that support affordable housing options and local businesses accessible to the community. Mr. Edward Carrington is an emerging […] Sheet Metal Local 88 Joint Apprenticeship and Training Fund ("SM88JATC") is a trust agreement between Sheet Metal Workers' International Association, Local Union 88, and the Southern Nevada Air Conditioning and Sheet Metal Contractors' Association established to provide training and education to the union members. Training is provided to apprentices and journeymen to ensure the quality […] The project involves the construction of a 21,661 sq. ft. administration building for non-medical staff at the Rocky Boy Health Center (“RBHC”). The new facility is located on in the town of Box Elder on the Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation in rural northern Montana. The project will free up 14,900 sq. ft. of space in […] The continued construction of 85M sq. ft. of pharmacy, FQHC and education space. The NMTC funding will be used to provide financing that will be used to retain 76 FTE, permanent jobs to support providing healthcare services to more than 6,250 native Hawaiian patients annually. As part of the Queen's Healthcare System, a nonprofit healthcare provider with four hospitals offering more than 70 preventive and specialty healthcare services, […] The project provided Goodwrx's with working capital to continue development of its product, focus on marketing and expansion, and to fund planned hiring. Finances the leasing, construction, equipping, development and operation of Packet Digital, a battery engineering and manufacturing company. The project will allow Packet Digital to renovate a battery management plant expansion that could have a resounding impact on the local community. With the community support and funding source to back this innovative project, Packet could very […] Medefy, Inc. ("Medefy") is a healthcare app providing employers with the unique ability to directly guide and navigate their employees to make high-quality, low-cost individualized care decisions in real time. The platform allows employees to take advantage of the offerings of modern, robust health plans with live, human help. This project provided the capital needed […] NMTC funding was used for the purchase and redevelopment of a 22,000 sq. ft. abandon historic theater. The space will be occupied by Bay Tech STEM, an established charter school. The school is a college prep middle and high school which serves 6th through 12th grade students from the East Bay Region of the City. […] The Neato Company, LLC ("Neato") simplifies selling on digital marketplaces with a complete outsourced ecommerce solution which allows brands to focus on their continued development and production of great products. The company provides brand management, marketplace compliance, data analytics, advertising and marketing, creative services, logistics and fulfillment, customer service and brand protection to brand partners. […] This project will finance the implementation of the faith-based SVDP Workforce Development Program which focuses on job training and employment in Lane County. SVDP will provide these services to job seeking individuals including low-income, ex-prisoners, veterans, and homeless persons. A mixed-use project that includes an online food distribution center accepting EBT payments, and 50% of commercial space set-aside for minority owned businesses, and mixed income housing with at least 50% of residential units set-aside affordable to and leased to households earning 80% AMI or less. NMTC financing helped in the relocation and expansion of this manufacturing headquarters. The new facility will allow the company to enhance its manufacturing operational and production of electric vehicle parts. At completion, this facility will be able to assemble nearly 1,800 terminal trucks annually. SMS is a non-ferrous scrap metal processing facility that processes approximately 1900 tons of scrap metal per year. This project provided the funds needed for SMS to purchase a LINDER URRAKO 95-DK shredder. The timing of this purchase was advantageous for SMS as all other options had multi-month lead times. The 131,144 gross sq. ft. (119,350 net) consists of a non-profit café, office space leased by the local economic development corporation, a light manufacturing tenant, workforce training facility and maker and co-working space. The project will be the fourth phase (out of six) of the functionally related complex with previous phases. Construction of a new 22,700 sq. ft. community center and music education facility with practice rooms, sound lab, music performance hall, lobby/cafe and lounge. The project will create cohesive urban community through music education and performance. The project expects to have at least 14 resident musicians teaching up to 200 students. The construction of the city’s first Black female-owned grocery store will address the neighborhood’s food disparities. Black Paper Party is an MWBE seeking working capital and debt refinancing to continue to provide black-inclusive holiday gift wrapping solutions. The renovation of a 200,000 sq. ft. production plant in the former Caterpillar location. This production plant makes tranformers and transformer components. Acquisition and renovation of a 98,000 sq. ft. office building that will be used to operate a youth enrichment, workforce development, and healthy food access programs. Repurpose portion of a former MBNA credit card headquarters as an expanded FQHC community health care facility in a medically underserved, non-metro severely distressed area. The subject property is an existing school built in 1960 including 83,424 sq. ft. (41,224 sq. ft. building 1 and 42,200 sq. ft. building 2), as well as an unoccupied 16,314 sq. ft. industrial building which is set for demolition. This project will be to construct a 30,500 sf. STEM focused addition to existing facilities […] Expansion of a Dairy Processing Facility, creating significant quality and accessible jobs. Project is committed to local hiring and internal career advancement opportunities. Prism FM Inc. ("Prism") is a software company targeted on the live music industry that provides venues, promoters, and talent agencies a solution which brings the various pieces of event management into a single, consolidated system. Prism's product fixes an issue in the live music industry as traditionally, venues, promoters, agents, and artists have utilized […] Construction of a two-story 49,000 sq. ft. multi-purpose community hub includes an early childhood learning center, workforce development/ co‐working space, and a wellness center. PBT Acquisition, LLC ("PBT") is a joint venture between Kataman Metals and Environmental Operations, Inc., created for the acquisition and remediation of approximately 271 acres of land in St. Clair County, IL. PBT extracts the scrap metal from the ground, runs it through sorting equipment to separate valuable salable scrap from useless material and return […] This project is a renovation of 4 businesses (Realtor, Pharmacy, and Chiropractor in the Imperial Building. Additionally 12 market rate apartments & 4 subsidized apartments were created. Axis Community Health began site renovations for a new clinic at 1686 Second St. in Livermore on Thursday, July 13, 2023. Axis said the clinic would provide critical healthcare resources for the community. The Pleasanton-based healthcare provider said all of its existing facilities, including a dental clinic that recently opened in Dublin, are now operating […] The former Calhoun High School is being renovated as a Community Center. They will offer a daycare as well addiction support meetings. Up to 50 children will attend the daycare with 19 FTE jobs being created. Allied Media Projects is renovating a vacant 4-story, 28,080 sq. ft. building to create a hub for local minority-owned businesses and nonprofits seeking to address the systemic inequities that have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic in areas of health, disability, digital access, and economic justice. The LOVE Building will house at least 4 minority-controlled […] CitySquash will use NYCNCC’s financial assistance for the construction of a purpose-built 15,000 sq. ft. headquarters. CitySquash is a Bronx-based nonprofit that promotes college readiness for disadvantaged youth in the Bronx, and that uses squash as a tool to motivate students from third grade through college. The organization’s enrichment program includes squash, tutoring, mentoring, community […] Urban Market Excahnge is a start-up business. They will offer consulting and legal services, co-working spaces for artists, specaility and venue spaces for training, residential apartments, retail shops and office services. The $52 million total project cost will fund the construction of the exhibits for the new 200,000 sq. ft. Samuel Oschin Air and Space Center. The Space Center includes 3 distinct galleries, 150 Hands-On Educational Exhibits, 100 authentic artifacts, such as planes, satellites, and rockets, and 7 flight simulators, the space shuttle Endeavour, the Concourse […] The project will be turned into an entrepreneurship center operated by the borrower that provides temporary co-working and events space, a shared commercial kitchen, and workforce development consulting and training services to the local community. Capital Impact Partners provided loans totaling $8.4 million ($8.7 million NMTC allocation) for the renovation and expansion of an approximately 6,000 sq. ft. building into an approximately 23,300 sq. ft. “Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly” (PACE) center. Ground up construction of a 30,000 sqft, 150 student K-8 charter school on tribal lands. The Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians, a federally recognized Indian is the sponsor of the project. The charter school is Endazhi-Nitaawiging Charter School. The students served by this school are 100% and 100% free and/or reduced price lunch eligible. […] Construction of a new two-story community FQHC health facility in Reno, to expand services to low-income residents and increase access to care. The new facility includes behavioral health, medical services, case management, pharmacy, and medically assisted treatment. The La Plaza Esperanza project, is the new construction of an 18,000 sq. ft. community center. The project is located in the poorest area of Multnomah County, the Rockwood neighborhood. The project will allow Latino Network to expand its reach including expanded culturally-specific early learning programs with a new preschool, expanded program hub for youth […] Malone's CNC Machining, Inc. ("Malone's") is a manufacturer of replacement parts and assemblies for U.S. military aircraft. Malone's specializes in B-52, KC-135 and EC-3 spare parts and provides a wide range of assembly operations, including shrink fitting, bonding, welding, and brazing, as well as sheet metal spares and other machining services. This project funded the […] Construction of a 66,000 sq. ft. medical office complex to include Oncology, ENT, Rheumatology, Orthopedics and expansion space in rural Lillington, NC. Harnett Health, in conjunction with its affiliate Cape Fear Valley Health has a strong internal training and development program. Additionally, they have invested $67,600 in grants to assist current employees working to meet […] The core mission of the project is to strengthen the regional farm- and food-based economy by supporting the growth of agricultural businesses, promoting development of new products, and increasing export to external markets. The 6,172 sq. ft. historic barn, which is listed on the state’s historic register, will be preserved and renovated into a retail […] The construction and purchase of equipment for the brand new Northgate Market in Fontana, a USDA food Desert. The introduction of a Northgate Gonzalez Supermarket will provide this severely distressed low-income community with groceries and fresh foods at an affordable price to meet the needs of this predominately Hispanic, low-income community that historically has had […] Talage, Inc. (the "Company") has developed and is selling a digital insurance platform that, among other things, enables insurance agents to sell/service commercial policies. At a high level, the Talage platform facilitates the process of comparison and purchase, eliminating hassle when selling/purchasing various types of insurance. This project provided Talage with working capital needed to […] The project is the renovation of a century-old building occupied by the YWCA of Wheeling that now requires essential repairs and upgrades to ensure the YWCA can continue its mission of assisting survivors of domestic violence, returning citizens, and homeless women and children. They currently provide shelter beds and rent out SROs.The renovation the Chapline […] The project is a new 75,000 sq. ft. holistic children’s resource center to be constructed by Lotus Endowment Fund, Inc. to expand its services to low-income children, youth, and families in the disinvested, underserved Overtown neighborhood in Miami, FL. The project includes a high-quality tuition-free early childhood provider, a satellite FQHC clinic, Lotus House’s child […] For more than 50 years, Welcome House has been committed to providing a high-quality, moral and open residential program to men struggling with alcoholism and addiction. Welcome House has held more than 50,000 12-step meetings and helped over 18,000 men become productive members of society again. This program has become a vital recovery resource and […] Solugen, through its Nobel prize winning team of scientists, has developed a proprietary process to produce high performing, cost competitive carbon-negative specialty chemicals. Solugen uses bio-based feedstock, primarily corn syrup and sugar, to make chemicals with no emissions. After years of R&D, Solugen is scaling up its first carbon-negative manufacturing facility in an area of […] This Project is the second phase of the historic renovation of the Phillips Packing House Building in Cambridge, MD. The Phase 2 NMTC transaction will fund the build-out of tenant spaces. The Phillips Packing House Building is the adaptive reuse of a 61,985 sq. ft. blighted, vacant industrial building that was the last processing building […] Ampla Health, a Federally Qualified Health Center located in Yuba City, California, is a medical campus designed to enhance services for low-income and uninsured residents. The project involves expanding clinical space to accommodate a wide array of primary and specialty healthcare services. This expansion initiative aims to broaden care options, stimulate job growth, and introduce […] LEH, founded in 1965, manufactures fluid conveyance systems for use in equipment and heavy machinery in the agricultural, construction, material handling, mining, forestry, groundskeeping, transportation, and alternative energy industries. LEH has OEM alliance partnerships with CEJN, a Swedish coupling manufacturer, and Manuli Hydraulics (“Manuli”), an Italian hose manufacturer. Utilizing novel technology from the CEJN and […] Developers Uptown Reinvestment Corporation and HWD Harrison, Inc completed an approximately $41-million, mixed-use, four-story development in downtown Flint. The project revitalizes a long-vacant, blighted property into a 115,000-sq. ft. building that includes a physical rehabilitation facility, more than 7,500 sq. ft. of office space, 50 apartments, and a full-service, fully accessible YMCA. The new YMCA […] Construction of a 155k SF, seven-story high school campus to be known as KIPP Canal Street West. The state-of-the-art facility features 40 classrooms, science labs, a gymnasium and cafetorium, a Learning Lab, Dance Studio, and an outdoor rooftop play and learning space. The campus will serve more than 1400 students in grades 9-12 at full […] In recognition of the substantial needs in the Orange Mound community and the opportunity to expand services, RedZone commenced construction on the new 40,000 sq. ft. Skyview Community Center in 2022, located at 2855 Park Avenue, Memphis, TN. Skyview will be a centralized hub for RedZone to support Orange Mound. Before and after school, students […] Phase II includes the new construction of City Center’s residential building which will provide transitory housing for families in a crisis in addition to a youth center. Phase II will also include the rehab of an existing building into a Federally Qualified Health Clinic (“FQHC”) that will be operated by Family HealthCare Network. Limited renovations […] The project involves the new construction of a 19,336 sq. ft. community food resource center on 1.3 acres in Helena, Montana. The project will allow Helena Food Share, Inc. (HFS) to significantly expand its community food services to meet the significant rise in food insecurity. The project is located at 1280 Boulder Avenue in a […] Exum Instruments, Inc. ("Exum") is a scientific instrument manufacturer currently based in Denver, CO. The company's sole product is the Massbox, the first Laser Ablation Laser Ionization Time of Flight Mass Spectrometer commercially available. This project provided funding to increase production capacity, hire additional employees, and expand into the additive manufacturing industry. Mario’s is a community grocer located in Las Vegas’ Historic Westside. For more than 20 years, Mario’s has operated out of its roughly 10K sq. ft. building at 1960 N. MLK where it provides a full meat counter with specialty cuts, fresh vegetables, kitchen staples, and a hot food counter offering local favorites. Mario was […] The project involves the construction of a new 16,090 sq. ft. facility in Salt Lake City, Utah. The project will allow the Bicycle Collaborative, a nonprofit providing bicycles and educational programs focusing on children, to significantly expand its services to low-income households in the Salt Lake City area. The project is located at 325 W. […] Acquisition and construction of a 25,000 sq. ft. animal shelter. In addition to the shelter, the facility includes a wellness clinic and operating room facility. The facility will provide three times the size of the existing leased space and features an indoor dog training facility, 34 dog kennels w/oudoor access, 5 large cat colonies and […] Acquisition and construction of a new retail shopping center with a 40,000 sq. ft. grocery store as its anchor. The project is located in a severely distressed area of rural Picayune, Mississippi that has been identified by the USDA as a Food Desert. The anticipated project will fund costs associated with acquisition and construction of […] NMTC proceeds will finance new construction and expansion of a health center in San Diego, CA. The building will be constructed on the existing parking lot includes a clinic consisting of a women’s health suite, a physical rehabilitation suite and a mental health suite. These services will augment the current clinic’s services which include primary […] Construction of a new, 66,000 sq. ft. YMCA facility in downtown Muncie, a rustbelt city long navigating socioeconomic change. The new and expanded offering, replacing an outdated nearby location, includes several 3rd party nonprofit providers, such as Open Door Health Services FQHC and a three‐way workforce development partnership between the Y, Muncie Area Career Center, […] Led by the development team of CompCap Partners and the Works, the Northside Community Hub project will breathe new life into a high school building, shuttered since 2016. Once completed, the $78 million project will repurpose the building with 42 affordable housing units, a gymnasium, a performing arts center, a workforce training center and a […] Located in the Austin neighborhood of Chicago, the Aspire Center for Workforce Innovation will become a coordinated one-stop business and career development center, comprised of workforce training, career development and entrepreneurial skills providers all housed within the repurposed and renovated former elementary school. The project will become a central gathering, job training and education hub […] Magic City Acceptance Academy (MCAA), the first LGBTQ+ affirming school in the Southeast, partnered with Farrismarie Properties, a local multi-family and commercial developer, to develop a facility for their Title I, non-profit public charter school for grades 6-12. MCAA provides a brave and positive learning environment for students who often have a history of isolation […] Founded in 1964 and established as a nonprofit in 1967, the Spanish Speaking Unity Council of Alameda County, Inc. (“The Unity Council or TUC”) is a social equity development corporation with a 55 year history in the Fruitvale neighborhood of Oakland. The organization’s mission is to promote social equity and improve quality of life by […] ERF allocation helped finance the purchase and installation of equipment, as well as provide working capital for the Charter School. The overall project will finance the redevelopment of a 36,000-sf vacant building located on the Broad Street corridor section of North Philadelphia that will serve as the new home of YouthBuild Philadelphia Charter School. The […] Construction of a 215,000 sq. ft. Hunger Relief Center comprised of dry, cold and freezer storage, enlarged space for workforce volunteers, a culinary kitchen for food demonstrations and lessons on healthy eating and food safety, meeting rooms for additional classes and trainings, a community all-purpose room, administrative offices, and more. Project will allow the Sponsor […] The Bogopa Service Corporation is a minority and family-owned company that opened their first supermarket in 1988 in Queens, New York. The founder, Francis An, was born in Korea and migrated to New York after living in Argentina for many years. In New York, he found that minorities and immigrants did not have access to […] NMTC funding was used to construct a 45,000 sq. ft. hospital annex and a 34,000 sq. ft. medical clinic that will provide primary care medical services and specialty care services to a rural location on and surrounding the San Carlos Apache Tribal Reservation. The hospital projects it will be able to retain 64 permanent jobs, […] FlyGuys, Inc. ("FlyGuys") is a full service, project management and data collection company that contracts the best drone pilots to help acquire aerial imaging data to allow for more informed, accurate and affordable decision making for the end user. This project provided the company with working capital needed to retain top talent and update its […] The acquisition and adaptive reuse of an existing 14,901 sq. ft. commercial building and the construction of a new 10,000 sq. ft. addition. The newly remodeled existing building features therapy rooms, meeting rooms, private offices, open areas for cubicles, a break area and restrooms. The new 10,000 sq. ft. addition includes a 3,000 sq. ft. […] Alabama School of Math and Science (ASMS), founded in 1989 by the state legislature, is the state’s only free, fully public, and residential high school for sophomores, juniors, and seniors seeking advanced studies in math, science, computer science, and the humanities. The school’s mission is to give students across Alabama access to a research-focused, college-level, […] Renovation and adaptive reuse of a historic urban building into a 33,000 sq. ft. Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) with off-street parking for staff and patients. CrescentCare Mid-City will offer primary medical and behavioral healthcare services, the opportunity for specialty disciplines, and an on-site contract pharmacy. CrescentCare started as NO/AIDS Task Force more than 30 […] This project supported the equipment purchases and revitalization of an abandoned facility to be utilized for manufacturing personal care products. In addition to the direct jobs created at Ampro as a result of the project, the company is driving significant economic opportunities within the local community as a result of the construction of the facility. […] The project supported the acquisition and rehabilitation of a historic building that will be home to an innovation hub for Minority- and Women-Owned Business Enterprises (MWBEs) located in Chicago, IL with a specific focus on MWBEs in the HardTech manufacturing industry. mHUB is a nonprofit incubator for HardTech manufacturing, supporting products in the fields of […] Construction of a four-story, 66,596 sq. ft. campus to serve the needs of homeless youth ages 15-24 in metropolitan Denver. The "Mothership", as it has been called, will replace Urban Peak’s aging and overcrowded shelter, replacing it with a vibrant, campus-like atmosphere. For more than 30 years, Urban Peak has been the only organization in […] The Pawnee Nation Behavioral Health Center is a new facility aimed at enhancing healthcare accessibility for both Pawnee Tribal and non-tribal Members within a region designated as medically underserved. This endeavor stands out as a key priority within the Pawnee Nation Comprehensive Economic Development Plan, reflecting the community's urgent need for improved healthcare infrastructure. The […] The project will fund the expansion and renovation of the existing Workforce Solutions Center to increase the size from 49,677 sq. ft. to 103,353 sq. ft. Easterseals currently operates out of their 49,677 sq. ft. facility and recently purchased the vacant YMCA building located directly adjacent to the Easterseals facility. The project will consist of […] United Alloy is a woman-owned enterprise that produces the highest quality leak-proof metal fuel tanks, reservoirs, skids, frames, chassis, trailers, heavy metal fabrications, and complex weldments; and its primary customer is Caterpillar - the world's largest manufacturer of construction equipment. To help meet customer demand and be in closer proximity to Caterpillar, in 2020, UAI […] Urban Action Community Development (“UACD”) deployed $7.25 million in Round 18 NMTC allocation to the Dayton Children’s Hospital (“the Hospital”) so that it can increase its level of care for children impacted by behavioral health concerns. Located in Dayton, Ohio, the Hospital provides primary and specialty health care services for infants, children, and teens. Its […] Construction of a 30,550 sq. ft. Central Office and Training Center for Communities in Schools, Central Texas (CIS-CT) on a 3.4-acre already purchased property in central southeast Austin. The location was chosen for its high accessibility to the seven (7) school districts that CIS-CT serves. In addition to supporting programmatic elements, the project includes office, […] LEGF's NMTC allocation supported the construction and equipping of the Quaker Window Products manufacturing campus in Eldon, Missouri. The project allowed Quaker to construct a 250,000 sq. ft. building to grow the its commercial and architectural window and door production capacity. This expansion increased Quaker's production efficiency to meet the needs of the company's lumberyard […] Located in the heart of Detroit’s Midtown community, the project is the redevelopment of a former high school into a 123,322 sq. ft. mixed-use hub for equitable entrepreneurship and minority business growth. Once complete, INDUSTRY DETROIT includes 81k sq. ft. of privately leased spaces for small businesses (of which 25k sq. ft. will be explicitly […] Vantage Plastics (“Vantage”) is a family owned and operated custom thermoforming company that designs, tools, samples, and produces plastic products including plastic pallets, packaging, automotive parts, and medical devices. Since starting in 1996 with the purchase of a small thermoforming facility in Standish, MI, Vantage has grown into a family of six companies that employs […] The project consisted of the refinance and acquisition of land, which KAB Properties purchased from the City of Owatonna in February 2023, and finance building construction costs for an approximately 47,728 sq. ft. industrial manufacturing facility in Owatonna, MN. The project will allow the business to relocate from its current smaller operational facility in Waseca, […] The Pascua Yaqui Tribe is a federally recognized tribe with a reservation southwest of Tucson, Arizona, recognized pursuant to the Act of September 18, 1978, P.L. 95-375 (92 Stat. 712). The Tribe is an historic tribe with a small, 2,216-acre Reservation established for the benefit of the tribe’s 22,000 members. The Tribe provides its members […] Food Bank of the Rockies (FBR) is a nonprofit organization that solicits, collects, and distributes food to those in need of assistance. It is the largest hunger relief organization in the Rocky Mountain region, distributing upwards of 178,000 meals every day. Food distribution in Western Colorado had begun to outpace the capacity of the distribution […] Colormasters Inc., a key player in flexible packaging since 1986, has seen remarkable growth, expanding from a 10,000 sq. ft. facility with one bag machine to over a million sq. ft. of manufacturing and warehousing space. Housing over 24 machines, they provide packaging and film solutions to the market. Their extrusion facility, established in 2012 […] NYX Linden, LLC, a minority owned and operated automotive parts and components manufacturer, designs and manufactures vehicle components such as door panels, center consoles, grab handles and more. NYX is looking to construct a new 40,000 sq. ft. shipping warehouse and expand its current molding facility by 24,000 sq. ft. Customer demand has grown since […] Goodwill’s Green Works (“GGW”), a nonprofit industrial recycling subsidiary of Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit, provides employment opportunities to hard-to-employ Detroit residents, particularly the formerly incarcerated and chronically unemployed. Employees recycle and repurpose industrial and household waste materials, including cable wiring, transformers, and refrigerators, diverting over 19 million pounds from the landfill in 2022. GGW […] This project serves as a pivotal anchor in the broader La Villa Hispana mission, seeking to redefine Cleveland’s Clark-Fulton neighborhood into an inclusive and vibrant Latino cultural district. Notably, this neighborhood houses Ohio’s largest Hispanic population. Led by the Hispanic Business Center, CentroVilla25 envisions the project as a driver of substantial economic impact, fostering job […] For over 68 years, Nashville Rescue Mission has provided thousands of women, men, and children with meals, a safe place to stay, and life-changing programs that help with various issues they face. Unfortunately, the Mission’s current facility reached capacity and was no longer able to serve additional women and children. The pressing affordable housing crisis […] The construction of a 44,000 sq. ft. health and wellness center for Esperanza Health Centers, a Federally Qualified Health Center focused on improving health care access on Chicago’s Southwest side. The project, which is adjacent to Esperanza’s existing health clinic and completes its flagship Brighton Park campus, includes 34 exam rooms, 12 counseling rooms, space […] Founded in 1969, Neighborhood Health Clinics (“NHC”) is a federally qualified health center that provides comprehensive medical, dental, optometry, and integrated behavioral health services to the people of Fort Wayne, Indiana. NHC operates two health centers in Fort Wayne and additionally provides services to women, infants, and children (WIC) at three other locations in neighboring […] The UB Community Development LLC (UBCD) community development subsidiary of Altmore, Alabama-based United Bancorporation of Alabama (United Bank) will provide a $10 million Federal NMTC allocation to Ecore International Inc. Lancaster, Pennsylvania-based Ecore is repurposing and equipping a 225,000-sq. ft. manufacturing facility in Ozark, Alabama, to recycle end-of-life truck tires to make flooring and surfacing […] In November 2023, CDF provided $4.5 million in NMTC (NMTC) allocation to Lawndale Christian Legal Center (LCLC) to fund the rehabilitation of a 24,600-sq. ft. existing facility and the construction of an 8,000-sq. ft. addition to create a 32,600-sq. ft. residential workforce development center located at 1449 South Keeler Avenue in the North Lawndale neighborhood. […] A Virginia nonprofit, Better Housing Organization is a leader in community revitalization and collaboration with local residents, government, and agencies to create positive and sustainable change. Since 1988, BHC has invested a total of $200 million into Greater Richmond. BHC will use its NMTC funding to develop 20 units of the Armstrong Renaissance Project—a large-scale […] Opened in 2018, UCS is a non-profit PreK-12 charter school in Livingston, Alabama. This small town is anchored by the University of Western Alabama (UWA), and the school currently shares a facility and programming with UWA’s Department of Education. Livingston has a poverty rate of 51.4% and an unemployment rate of 19.2% (2.31 times the […] The Grand Concourse project (minority-owned real estate development firm) will bring a Fine Fare grocery store in the Bronx, NY. The ERF allocation will help fund the purchase and rehabilitation of 50,363 sq. ft. of a Landmark historic building for use as a grocery store and other retail/commercial tenants in the Bronx, NY. The grocery […] The Midtown Collaboration Center (MCC) will be a catalyst for economic development and community betterment in the Midtown neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio that will offer training and education to foster job creation, entrepreneur opportunities and positive health and wellness outcomes, and serve as a beacon for connecting residents to resources, training and technology. The NMTC […] La Chiquita Tortilla, a family-owned and operated tortilla manufacturer, was founded in 1979 by a Mexican immigrant with a mission to provide high-quality tortillas and chips to local restaurants. Today, La Chiquita is one of the largest food manufacturers in the Southeast dedicated solely to tortilla production, selling millions of cases annually to quick service […] Urban Assembly Charter School for Computer Science (“Comp Sci High”) is a single-site work-based learning, computer science focused non-profit Charter school in the South Bronx. Founded in 2018 with a cohort of 112 Freshman, Comp Sci High has grown to serve 428 students grades 9-12 across two campuses. All students come through a blind lottery […] Shasta Community Health Center (SCHC) is a nonprofit, Section 330, Federally Qualified Health Center that has been providing comprehensive, affordable primary health care and dental care to residents of all income levels in Shasta County since 1988. Operating out of 7 locations in the region, SCHC currently employs a total staff of approximately 450 FTE […] University Settlement is a social service nonprofit provider in the Slavic Village neighborhood in Cleveland, Ohio, where a majority of the residents are working poor and elderly, with over 30% of the population at or below the poverty level with a focus on fundamental human needs. University Settlement primary programs focus on protecting and educating […] February 6, 2024, marked an important milestone for the Park South Family YMCA with the groundbreaking for a brand new Park South YMCA. Following the demolition of the nearly 55-year-old building, the special groundbreaking ceremony celebrated the official beginning for the brand-new 41,000-sq. ft. modern facility. The new building will retain the Y’s vital community […] Founded in 2013, Georgia Works is a nonprofit with a mission to end homelessness by empowering vulnerable individuals to achieve self-sufficiency. The organization serves men who are chronically homeless and/or re-entering society. Through a combination of paid work, shelter, job training, and support services, Georgia Works empowers these individuals to achieve long-term economic stability. Since […] Premium-quality flexible packaging solutions provider McNeely Plastic Products has revealed plans to expand its plastic product manufacturing facility in Clinton, Mississippi, US.The company received $4.5m Federal NMTC (NMTC) allocation and $4.38m in Mississippi State NMTC allocations from UB Community Development (UBCD), a community development partner of United Bank. PB Community Impact Fund provided $12 million […] Open Hand was founded in 1988 by a small group of friends who gathered to prepare and deliver home-cooked meals to neighbors who were living with HIV/AIDS. Since its founding, the organization has grown into the largest provider of medically tailored meals and nutrition education in the Southeast with a mission to prevent and manage […] Finances the leasing of real estate, acquisition, and installation of new equipment for Superior Walls Finances the construction of a 40,000 sq. ft. expansion to DakotaMB Finances the expansion of NuTek’s manufacturing facility The renovation will amplify Operation Food Search's programming and impact, benefiting 200,000 individuals monthly with essential food and services. A mixed-use development in Atlanta’s historic Sweet Auburn corridor (birthplace of Martin Luther King Jr.) called the Front Porch. Mel Trotter Ministries Creating New Opportunities in Grand Rapids Project advances environmental justice through urban tree restoration, is transforming an industrial brownfield site into a 22,000 sq. ft. headquarter facility adjacent to the Atlanta BeltLine trail. The project consists of the acquisition of land and construction of a new 63,000 sq. ft. headquarters building with warehouse, office, training, and support spaces. The project design includes 33,000 sq. ft. of dry, 5,500 sq. ft. of frozen, and 5,500 sq. ft. of refrigerated warehouse space. Further, the project includes 19,000 sq. ft. of […] The construction of a new 37,500 sq. ft. health center facility that will consolidate two existing stand-alone sites (a primary care site, and a co-located behavioral health and dental health site) in rural Chautauqua County in Western New York. Construction of a new 15,180 sq. ft. emergency housing shelter and resource center. The project created quality and accessible job jobs and enhanced local services to low-income people and the surrounding community. Investment will support Southside Community Land Trust (“SCLT”) in renovating a 12,000-sf building for new Farm-to-Market Center in Providence, Rhode Island. Construction is already underway. SCLT has operated its community-based programs focused on urban farming for 40 years, and primarily serves low-income, people of color with many coming from immigrant and refugee communities. SCLT have […] NMTC funding will provide funds for a new “FRESH” supermarket, plus operating expenses during lease-up and working capital during rent-abatement period. This project's financing is part of a $10.5 million capital stack needed for the build-out of the 34M sq. ft. commercial retail component of a $107 million mixed-use 100% affordable housing (LIHTC) project in […] This transaction supports for the new home for the Erie County Child Advocacy Center and headquarters for BestSelf. BestSelf Behavioral Health is the largest community-based additional program locations. BestSelf is a certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic and serves more than 35,000 individuals a year with an annual budget of over $80M and more than 1,100 […] The Crossings at Brick Church Station is an urban, mixed-use redevelopment anchored by a 68,000 sq. ft. ShopRite Supermarket, 24,000 sq. ft. of retail space including 2,000 sq. ft. of minority and locally owned retail, Ashely Stewart, an affordable women’s clothing store, Newark Community Health Center, a Federally Qualified Health Center, public open space, and […] The Wakeman Boys and Girls Club will create the Madison Avenue Clubhouse. The Clubhouse will be built near 10,000 at-risk and low-income youth in the North End and Hollow sections of Bridgeport. Of the 10,000 potential members 98% are eligible for free lunch, 54% are living in single parent homes, 89% are minority. Project will […] City Fresh makes and delivery healthy meals to schools, childcare centers and senior centers throughout Greater Boston. It currently produced 15,000 meals per day for a total of 3.5 million meals per year. These meals feed approximately 25,000 low-income people and over 95% of the people receiving its meals are of color. The project includes […] Congresswoman Kuster tours renovation of historic building in Lancaster The Telegram and Gazette building hosted Worcester’s only daily newspaper for more than a century. Financing was needed to make the building usable and complete an ambitious downtown redevelopment plan. Larson visits health center first financed by the NMTC in 2011 Breaking Ground on the Swift Factory Congressman Bill Pascrell (D-NJ) attends a groundbreaking for the revitalization of the Hinchliffe Stadium Congressman Pascrell visits the People's Bank Building revitalization project NMTC financing for an emergency food provider in Brooklyn Continued revitalization of an abandoned industrial complex creates additional jobs and urban manufacturing opportunities Coney Island FQHC receives NMTC financing to expand its services Albert Glinton, husband of the late Roberta "Bobbie" Glinton, was one of several family members and public officials in attendance at the 2011 dedication ceremony of the Roberta Glinton Medical Office Building, located across from Bon Secours Community Hospital in Port Jervis. Roberta Glinton, a nurse for more than 40 years, was chair of the […] NMTC financing helped renovate a building at St. Charles College NMTC financing supported 130 new jobs near Taylor, Louisiana. NMTC financing supported a company that refurbishes and sells telecommunication equipment. NMTC financing helps create jobs and add a second shift at a manufacturer. A new boys and girls club provides children with after school enrichment. NMTC financing helped construct a new library in a mixed-use development. New building allows business to expand in Mesa. NMTC financing supported 900 jobs in Bessemer City. The Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center in Milwaukee used $5.5 million in NMTCs to build a new health center to provide services to low-income residents in the near Southside of Milwaukee with a focus on the Native American community in SE Wisconsin. The new clinic expanded the patients served by over 10,000 for a […] Construction financing to build and manage the 48,852-square-foot Community and Government Services Facility. A fire destroyed the Bois Forte Band’s previous facility. This new energy-efficient building houses a credit union, home health care, emergency services, governmental services and meeting space. A new, modern, culturally appropriate health and wellness center The new Coyote Valley Hotel will be 55,000 sq. ft. and will have 101 guest rooms. It is located along US Highway 101, a major commercial artery bringing customers through the region for business and tourism purposes. The tribe is also increasing wastewater capacity and building safer highway access to the reservation. The development will […] The Pueblo of Laguna Utility Authority is an independent nonprofit entity, owned by the Pueblo of Laguna, which develops, manages and maintains utilities for the Pueblo of Laguna, the largest of the 19 New Mexico pueblo nations.The pueblo and the utility authority recognized a great need to rehabilitate their water and wastewater infrastructure systems, which […] New tribal college health science and education building to train needed professionals. NMTC equity was used for the construction of a substation that connects more Navajo Nation households to the recently completed Kayenta Solar Facility, a 27.3 MW solar farm. This investment resulted in 30 full-time construction jobs, 70% of which were filled by low-income people and/or people of color, and four permanent jobs, all of which […] This project brought the KemPosits manufacturing company to the Mississippi Choctaw on-reservation TechParc. The transaction closed on July 3, 2012. KemPosits manufactures walk-in bathtubs ideally suited to retirement homes and communities. KemPosits uses a topline, semirobotic process and brings intellectual property and training to the Choctaw community. This deal created 150 local jobs in the […] The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Reservation built a 68,818-sq. ft. education facility on its reservation in northeast Oregon. Approximately 14,000 sq. ft. of The project is dedicated rent-free to the Nixyaawii Community School (NCS), a charter high school of the Pendleton School District. With this investment, NCS was able to increase enrollment from 75 […] A $1.5 million dollar New Markets Tax Credit funding deal was awarded to the Molokai Land Trust for an Operations and Service Learning Center on Farrington Avenue, in Kualapuu. The project involved the construction of a new center and constructing an on-site native plant nursery. The center delivers educational programs. This deal provides long term financing for a pharmacy and drug store. The store sells a variety of medical equipment items, gifts, food and beverages. This business, owned by a Native American female, was located in a leased space with restricted room for growth. The financing from this deal allowed the company to purchase a […] The Coquille Economic Development Corporation (CEDCO) is the business arm of the Coquille Indian Tribe. CEDCO saw an opportunity for the Tribe to transform a 50-acre former mill site on the North Bend waterfront into a state-of-the-art destination RV Park. - REC VEHICLE PARK Construction of a performing arts center and meeting space. The development of a healthy foods grocery store, fuel station, and storage facility in Cusick, WA on Kalispel tribal land.  The new 10,000 sq. ft. facility provides easy access to healthy food options and affordable fuel for tribal members. The project created 35 construction jobs and 20 full-time positions in this low-income community. Construction and permanent financing for a seafood processing plant located in Platinum, Alaska In Washington, the Quinault Housing Authority (QHA) used $400,000 toward the construction of 35 new single-family homes, which are currently under construction in Taholah on the Quinault Reservation. Nonprofit purchase and tribal renovation of polluted river and clear cut forest. After a 10-year effort the Yurok Tribe, Western Rivers Conservancy, Opportunity Fund, and U.S. Bancorp Community Development Corporation, a division of U.S. Bank, successfully create a salmon sanctuary to protect the cold-water lifeline of the Klamath River. The Yurok Tribe and Western Rivers […] Financed hip, modern offices of Vets First Choice on Commercial Street in Portland. The company provides pharmacy services for animal care at its 170,000 sq. ft. headquarters. Ground-up construction of 4 Green House homes with skilled nursing care Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine (VCOM) is constructing a new 100,000 sq. ft. medical school building on the campus of the University of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM). VCOM trains doctors to serve rural, underserved areas. The facility will consist of four floors that contain classrooms, modern clinic settings, study areas, extensive training labs, cadaver […] One phase of Van Wert Forward that consists of the rehabilitation and revitalization of one (1) historic property around the main intersection of historic downtown Van Wert to create approximately 12,885 sq. ft. of commercial space. The project will provide much-needed commercial and retail space on flexible lease terms to tenant businesses, who in turn […] On August 30, 2011, under the New Markets Tax Credit program, a federally funded program to encourage community development, the Signature Theater obtained funding to finance a portion of its Signature Center West 42nd Street project. This investment will finance the construction of a new 44,000 sq. ft. health center in National City, CA in the San Diego region. The project will include 2 levels of clinic space in addition to 3 levels of below grade parking. The new health clinic will replace and expand the services provided by San Ysidro […] Finances the rehabilitation and modernization of a 121,316 sq. ft. metal casting foundry. Saberlogic, Inc. is a software developer which provides ERP integrations to enhance shop floor productivity and improve efficiency in make-to-order manufacturing operations. This project provided working capital to support additional employees. NMTC and HTC financing for Rosie the Riveter visitor center to be operated by the National Park Service at the historic Ford Plant at Point Richmond. The Visitor Center embraces and celebrates the history of Richmond and advances cultural education. ECB worked with project developer, Orton Development Inc., to structure The project funding. Bank of […] Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) and Capital One have invested $14.0 million in New Markets Tax Credit allocation (NMTCs) into Louisiana-based Primary Health Services Center (PHSC) to expand its integrated primary care services to meet the needs of nearly 20,000 patients in Northeast Louisiana. "This is a dream come true,” said Catherine Tonore, CEO of […] NMTC financing supported a Community Health Center, supporting low or no cost healthcare services. The Montana Timber Products Project involves the acquisition of land and new construction of a 35,000 sq. ft. light manufacturing facility and yard space. The project will allow Montana Timber Products to expand its production and storage capacity to meet growing demand. MHIC Coffin Lofts and Lawtons Corner Projects MA: Coffin Lofts, along with its companion project, Lawton’s Corner, was among the first projects MHIC financed using New Markets Tax Credits and among the first NMTC projects in the country to get under way. In downtown New Bedford, six distressed historic buildings (Coffin Lofts and Lawton’s Corner) […] NMTC financing supported the construction of a health clinic at Loma Linda University. $2,000,000 to a hybrid/battery powered system manufacturer in Loveland, CO: The borrower utilized the SBCF’s loan proceeds for their working capital needs as well as supporting additional hiring to increase the pace of delivery of Electrical Vehicle upgrades. Lightning Systems recently completed the design of a new offering of products related to converting trucks and […] Founded in a storefront in East Oakland by a group of UC Berkeley students in 1971, La ClÍnica de La Raza has grown to become one of the largest Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) in California. The communitybased clinic provides culturally-appropriate, high-quality preventive and primary healthcare to all people, regardless of their income or status. NMTC financing supported a manufacturer of sustainable windows. Finances working capital and operations support needed to increase the capacity and workforce of a modular housing production facility. This investment will allow the sponsor to increase its capacity and workforce by up to three times its current level. indieDwell is a mission driven 501c3 manufacturing company that creates modular housing solutions for affordable housing […] Construction of a new state-of-the-art sawmill facility in Enfield, North Carolina. NMTC financing supported Hamlin Newco, LLC (MBE Minority Business Enterprise), a value-added metal stamper, providing industrial metal parts, assemblies, and welded assemblies. Hamlin's new 110,000 sq. ft. facility manufactures small to medium-sized stamped metal parts, value-added robotic welded assemblies, and blanks for the automotive industry. A Vallejo startup manufacturer of modular classrooms designed to be sturdy enough to relocate multiple times and stack a few stories high on April 9 announced it landed $11 million in funding. The series A round led by Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group will help iMod Structures, formerly Intermodal Structures, finish outfitting a former Mare […] Golden Valley Natural, a family-owned jerky producer was in need of a larger facility, but building a new manufacturing plant in rural Idaho was cost prohibitive. With the help of a NMTC-enhanced loan from Montana CDC, the company opened a 103,000 sq. ft., state-of-the-art facility to meet the growing demand for their natural and organic […] NMTC financing supported a glass manufacturing and training business. Boise’s locally-owned, community cowork and social spaces. We’re supporting flexible work and making meaningful connections for the greater good. Construction and equipping of a food distribution facility in Grand Junction, Colorado. Food Bank of the Rockie’s new facility will replace an inadequate facility in Palisade, CO and will enable FBR to scale operations to meet dramatically increased demand for emergency food assistance resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, wildfires and a downturn in energy and […] FLS Energy constructed 38 megawatts of utility-scale solar farms near Hendersonville, in Rutherford County and at six other sites in North Carolina. Across the state, the array of solar panels produces 56 million kilowatt hours of electricity per year or enough energy to power over 5,000 average U.S. homes. The Project involves the land acquisition and construction of a 30,800 square foot Federally Qualified Health Center in Mountain Home, Idaho. The Project will provide expanded medical and dental care, a pharmacy, and drive-through exam stalls. It will retain 66 full-time equivalent jobs and create 10 new, full-time equivalent quality job positions in this rural, […] Construction of a new 46,600 sq. ft. Early Childhood Education (ECE) Center, ECE Training Hub and Community Hall w/recreational facilities open to the public. The ECEC will provide early learning for low-income children and training for new ECE providers annually. The project will be built on a vacant lot that is part of the new […] A place for Coeur D'alene Youth to "call their own." CLSH is a short-term stay hospital recently expanded and opened in May of 2010, providing quality and effective patient services to both the insured and uninsured. Roughly 47% of CLSH payments are derived from Medicare and Medicaid. Approximately 50% come from Blue Cross and other commercial providers. Nearly 1 in 5 of CLSH’s patients are […] NMTC financing supported a beverage manufacturing, helping them maintain environmentally responsible practices in their facilities office and conduct audits of it's manufacturers for the same. New jobs created by this project included living wages and health benefits. The Advanced Sign Project involves land acquisition and the construction of a new 62,500 sq. ft., single-story, light manufacturing building. The project will allow Advanced Sign, LLC and its sister company, Decalcomania, L.L.C., to expand fabrication space from the 16,800 sq. ft. facility they are currently leasing. NMTC financing totaling $2,000,000 to was used to improve a 13,087 sq. ft. commercial building located at 80 Exchange Street in Portland, ME. Tenants consist of various restaurants, retail and office tenants. The A.D. Makepeace Company, based in Wareham, is the world's largest cranberry grower, the largest private property owner in eastern Massachusetts, and a recognized leader in environmentally responsible real estate development and stewardship. Cranberries are our heritage and our livelihood. Our 160-year history in the cranberry industry affects the way we do business, and it […] U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy, M.D. (R-LA) visited Trucking Innovation, a thriving minority-owned business that supports local construction projects via trucking, hauling and contracting services. This was a renovation of a facility to house the early learning center. All of the 80 children will be served under the Head Start or Early Head Start programs. There will be significant medical support services provided such as increased access to medical and dental exams, behavioral health screenings, mental health consultation, vision and […] VFC purchased a property located at 31440 Winterplace Parkway in Salisbury, MD for the purpose of expanding their mechanic training center, which assists people exiting the prison system in receiving job training in automotive repair, becoming ASE certified, and being placed in full-time employment. VFC is not only providing technical training to returning citizens, but […] Universal Health Services, Inc. used NMTC financing to construct a 120‐bed trauma‐based residential treatment facility which will replace the current Mountain Youth Academy facility in the underserved community of Mountain City, Tennessee. Currently, the distressed and outdated condition of the facility limits the number of youth that are able to receive treatment annually. UHS will […] The Village Pomona “The project”, will entail the renovation and repurposing of the historic, 59,577 sq. ft., former YMCA Building in downtown Pomona. The vision of The Village Pomona, and its sponsor Ray Adamyk, is to create a home for a diverse variety of mission-aligned, community-oriented organizations dedicated to providing a safe and educational environment […] The project consists of the rehabilitation of the 60,500 sq. foot historic Phillips Packing Company, Factory F into a mixed-use technology hub within a non-metropolitan, severely distressed tract in Cambridge, MD (the “Project” or “Packing House”). The project is designed to support innovation and collaboration in the region’s aquaculture and AgTech industries by providing space […] To bring additional quality manufacturing jobs into Anderson County, the Innovate Fund supported the 150,000 sq. ft. expansion of an exisiting 168,000 sq. ft. manufactuirng, warehouse, and office facility for the purpose of housing Pregis Films, LLC, a high tech, blwon film manufacturer. The expanded manufacturing space will support the rention of 36 jobs and […] New Baxley is using NMTC financing to equip and operate an existing manufacturing facility in Baxley, GA. The refurbished, state-of-the-art, highly-efficient, volumetric modular housing manufacturing and assembly facility manufacturers modular homes that are designed to provide durable, affordable, energy-efficient housing for individuals earning between 80-120% of area median income (AMI). The majority of the homes […] Power Gen Components is a manufacturer of specialty nuts, bolts, and fasteners. The Company's specialty products are used in the power generation and oil and gas production industries. This project provided Power Gen Components with working capital to support the Company's continued growth. New construction of a community healthcare facility that will provide comprehensive services to low-income persons. Lions' mission is to assist visually impaired individuals in achieving personal and economic "independence through employment." Its program hinges around therapeutic value of work. Its state-of-the- art manufacturing facilities provide employment opportunities to visually impaired individuals with a variety of skill levels, challenging workers with differing degrees of capabilities. The NMTC financing enabled the borrower […] Heat Transfer Tubular Products, LLC is a leading value-added distributor of niche products to OEM’s of heat exchangers, condensers, boilers, feed-water heaters and economizers. Products include straight tubes, fin tubes, metal tube ferrules, and twisted tape turbulators. HTTP provides value added services such as cutting, finning, bending and heat treating. The project will replace the current YMCA building with new construction and will provide healthcare, wellness, and community services to residents. he project includes a Federally Qualified Health Center, or FQHC, and a YMCA covering a combined 78,000 square feet. A blended wellness, fitness, and a full-service primary care medical facility, it will benefit the […] This Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) expansion project includes the renovation of 5,000 sq. ft. of its existing building and constructing a new 20,000 sq. ft. companion facility on the property. The expansion will improve Evera's capacity as an FQHC and provide health care services in severely distressed communities in Pinellas County, FL. The project renovates the historic and long-vacant Berks Trust building as well as the adjacent office building. The combined space houses a 22-unit incubator space for food entrepreneurs, office space for mission-aligned organizations including a large multi-services nonprofit serving Reading’s low-income Latinx population and the first credit union to enter the Reading market in a […] NMTCs helped Shuman Development Group convert a 45,288 sq. ft. building into a mixed-use retail shopping center. The property had been vacant for several years. The building now houses a grocery store, a nail salon, a smoothie shop, a pharmacy, a restaurant, a beauty and barber school and a daycare center. Historic rehabilitation of the Brogden Produce Company Warehouse into the new Museum for Contemporary Art and Design (CAM). NMTC financing supported a roof manufacturing and commercial roofing company. Construction of a mixed-use development that brings healthy foods to a federally-designated food desert. New Markets Tax Credits to close the funding gap for Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina to expand their Wilmington Branch New Markets Tax Credits to help Ariens Company revitalize an abandoned facility bringing 350 new quality jobs to the Fayetteville New Markets Tax Credit allocation to helps Crown Equipment finance the timely acquisition, modernization, and equipping of a vacated NMTC financing helped expand the Highland Baking Company plant in Spartanburg, South Carolina. NMTC financing supported a hub for education, training, and community health center on Buffalo’s West Side. NMTC financing helped a small business purpose its building. NMTC financing supported facility upgrades of Nemak's Kentucky electric vehicle manufacturing plant. NMTC financing helped position a retail center for local sellers position itself for growth. NMTC Funding helps Coastal Container expand. APackaging Group Receives New Markets Tax Credits to expand its facility, create quality jobs, and make a positive environmental impact. Construction has started on the 60,000-square-foot New York State Regional Food Hub in the Hunts Point neighborhood of the Bronx. NMTC financing supported a multi-state, first of its kind Habitat for Humanity project spanning the country. A new facility for Evanston Child Development Center Inc. received funding through the federal New Markets Tax Credit. New bakery keeps Baldinger in St. Paul, adds 40 jobs long-term NMTC financing was used to provide for working capital needs, plus reimbursement for capital improvements at Tubelite’s facility in Mesquite, TX. NMTC financing supported expansion of a Newberry County sawmill operation. NMTC financing helped hospital secure purchase and install a new software system. NMTC financing for Community Action, Inc, a nonprofit that provides resources and opportunities for individuals, families and communities to overcome poverty. NMTC financing supported construction of the Research and Development Center NMTC financing helped Orange County High School of the Arts expand and increase enrollment. The NMTC financing supported the renovation of a two-story, 12,000 sq. ft. building in San Jose to provide additional space for a nonprofit's growing programs and services. NMTC financing helped support expanded counseling, substance abuse and other health service programs to tens of thousands of low-income residents. NMTC financing supported a mixed-use project that included the Beaver Dam Community Food Pantry. Carrizo Springs, Texas, is a historically distressed, rural area with a high poverty rate and an unemployment rate almost one and a half times the national average. H-E-B is the only grocery store serving this and several surrounding communities. Chase Community Development Banking provided $5.7 million in financing for H-E-B to expand their offerings and […] NMTC financing supporetd a nonprofit focused on crisis intervention and advocacy for victims of sexual and family violence. NMTC financing supported a provider of top-quality Spanish immersion classes and daycare for children in El Paso, TX. NMTC financing supported 192 jobs at a food manufacturer in Freeport, IL. NMTC financing supported new construction of a 11,150 sq. ft. facility for food bank education and programming, food storage, and distribution. NMTC financing supported the operations of a Rockford, IL railroad equipment manufacturer. NMTC financing supported Bethany for Children & Families, a nonprofit with a mission to keep children safe, to strengthen families, and to build healthy communities. ArenaCo, a non-profit community development corporation, was formed to own and operate the Xtream Arena & Fieldhouse in Coralville. Xtream will be a multi-purpose facility featuring an approximately 6,200 seat arena and a multi-use sports facility and athlete training center. The arena will be located at the Iowa River Landing, an 180-acre mixed-use development just […] The Company is a domestic manufacturer of specialized Sockets & Tamperproof Screws located in Goodyear, AZ. NMTC financing was used to purchase and renovate a new facility and pay for equipment installation. The new facility allows the Company to relocate from its current facility, to a new facility allowing for future expansion in this low-income […] The development of a state of the art 134,251 sq. ft. Academic Center, replacing and expanding facilities destroyed during Hurricane Maria. Northstar 2.0 is the renovation of a new building recently acquired by Columbia River Mental Health Services (CRMHS). The new building is 7,917 square feet and 7,117 feet will be used to expand their MAT (Medication-Assisted Treatment) clinic, which is operating far past capacity. This program is financially self-sustaining and will help increase the number […] Small Loan Pool for $3,500,000 to support the construction of the newly developed entertainment destination located in Sunland Park, New Mexico. The $3,500,000 loan to IN, LLC will be made by Finance New Mexico with capital provided by US Bancorp CDC and Finance New Mexico Service Company. NMTC financing for a multitenant social service center providing improved access to quality elder care, healthcare, early childhood education, arts, and other social services. Acquisition without rehab and equipping of an existing 105,000SF manufacturing facility. The new space will result in 63,500 SF of additional space compared to its currently facility being leased, allowing MAC Enterprises to significantly increase production.The project is expected to retain 37 jobs and create an additional 60 full-time jobs, all payng a living wage. […] Neogen Corporation is undertaking an approximately $110 million expansion of their Lansing food safety facility with the support of $13 million in New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) allocation from Michigan Community Capital (MCC) to support equipment purchases exceeding $40 million. Located between E. Shiawassee Street and E. Michigan Avenue in Lansing, the expansion includes the construction […] Continental Mixers is a manufacturer of concrete mixer drums for commercial customers. The Company recently received a request from a customer to expand production with the Company. This project provided the Company with funds needed to purchase equipment and fulfill working capital needs to execute on the customer's request for expanded production. NMTC financing supported a company that produces standardized modules for apartment buildings. The Housing Authority of the County of Santa Barbara (HACSB) is the largest property management organization for affordable housing in Santa Barbara County and a leader in supporting low-income families to improve their lives. For nearly 80 years, the HACSB has functioned primarily to build, acquire, manage, and maintain rental units for persons of extremely […] NMTC financing supported a new, centralized location for the coordination of an array of supportive services for individuals experiencing homelessness. NMTC financing for Full Circle Brewing created 10 FTE jobs. Neurobehavioral Medicine Consultants (NBMC) purchased a community hospital, and over the past two years, the hospital has unfortunately closed its doors and lost all of its tenants except for NBMC. This was a devastating event to the community at the medical service delivery level, as well as the area residents’ job market. NBMC sees opportunity […] The purchase and renovation of the building located at 1100 Green Street, Marietta, OH. This building will be renovated speculatively with the anticipation of light manufacturing and industrial tenants. The 70k square foot building is adaptable to a number of situations and can be leased to a single tenant, or multiple. The borrower's construction company […] The construction of a 190,000 sq. ft. food product distribution center in a non-metropoletal low-income community in Manchester, Tennessee. The new facility allows Dot Foods to consolidate healthy food and other food products and deliver to distributors nationwide. The distribution center will include offices and dry, refrigerated, and frozen warehouse space. The project will allow […] The acquisition and construction of a 2-story, 99,724 sq. ft. manufacturing and warehouse facility creates jobs in Salem. Renovation and restoration of the vacant 47,000 sq. ft. 90-year old historic Edwards Motor Company building. This transaction will provide additional benefit to a multi-tenant health care and wellness facility serving low-income, uninsured, and under-insured people living with HIV/AIDS in Birmingham, AL. The 80,000 s.f. facility was specifically designed for patient use and provides its tenants with desperately needed space to expand operations and serve more patients at the highest standard […] NMTC financing supported a 31 unit assisted living and skilled nursing facility in rural Eastern Ohio. Renovation of a facility to expand behavioral health and oncology services. High Point is a manufacturer that provides surface mount and through hole printed circuit board assembly services. The project provided funds to refinance debt and provided working capital. The project helped relieve the Company's strained working capital reserves and allowed High Point to fund inventory purchases. Algorithmic Intuition is a start-up that provides technology solutions to assist with elderly patient monitoring. The solution is cost effective, hardware light, and non-invasive. This project provided Algorithmic Intuition with working capital needed to support the Company's go-to-market strategy. NMTC financing supported a medical technology company. Revitalization of the corridor buildings leading into downtown New Castle, PA. Phased redevelopment of a 68,000 sq. ft. medical campus. NMTC financing supported the construction of a 76,000 sq. ft. YMCA that will offer expanded health and social impact programming for seniors, youth and families in downtown Piqua, OH. The new facility is expected to drive a 148% increase in health and social programming for seniors, youth, and families in addition to offering health programs, […] Community Hospitality Healthcare Services provided $15,000,000 in NMTC allocation to Sterling Health Center, Inc. for the construction of two new facilities in medically underserved areas in Kentucky. The new construction in Mt. Sterling consolidates three existing clinics into a two-story, 20,000 sq. ft. facility and the second 2,500 sq. ft. health clinic, located in Carlisle, […] Redeployment of a small dollar loan fund payment to construct a community facility for a minority controlled non-profit, Spring Grove Missionary Baptist Church. Diode Dynamics, LLC, a St. Louis-based automotive lighting manufacturer and retailer, will expand its St. Charles, Missouri operations Redeployment of small dollar loan fund payments to minority owned roofing company to purchase new equipment. The project at Fairfield will include the removal of antiquated equipment and installation of new, modernized manufacturing equipment. The current plant configuration and equipment are not setup for use in manufactuing magnesia carbon refractrories. The initial plant facility was closed in 2019 and approximately 100 jobs were lost when HWI made the entrepreneurial decision to […] Development of a 63,000 sq. ft. school facility NMTC financing supported a manufacturer of optics, coatings & assemblies for laser and imaging applications. EZPack Bridgeport is a manufacturer of refuse trucks. This project facilitated a business asset purchase of Bridgeport Manufacturing's assets when the owner retired. This asset purchase helped to maintain Bridgeport Manufacturing's facility in Breckenridge, Texas and kept its workforce in place. NMTC financing supported facility renovation/capacity expansion for a manufacturer NMTC financing supported a tech company's growth. Working capital enabling Williams Medical Clinic to expand its business and continue delivering high-quality medical care in an impoverished rural county. Neighborhworks Columbus Housing project created 43 new affordable, single family homes. NMTC financing supported the construction of a new 20,000 sq. ft., two-story facility that provides medical, behavioral health and specialty care, with a focus on pediatrics and serving the house-less community. The project will allow the region's oldest mission-driven nonprofit skilled nursing operator to provide high quality skilled nursing, memory care, and outpatient. services. The $18 million rejuvenation of a shopping center creates over 100 jobs in Jacksonville, FL A $16.4 million expansion increased manufacturing activity in Auburn, NY, creating 32 new jobs. New Orleans Center for Creative Arts is a regional, pre-professional arts training center that offers students intensive instruction in culinary arts, dance, media arts New Orleans Center for Creative Arts is a regional, pre-professional arts training center that offers students intensive instruction in culinary arts, dance, media arts. NMTC financing from LIIF, Partners for the Common Good and Capital One to build a facility for kindergarten through 8th grade students West Coast University (WCU) is a private, for-profit university focused on healthcare degrees with campus locations in Los Angeles, Anaheim, and Ontario. WCU's Anaheim campus includes programs in nursing and dental hygiene. Blood Connection is a non-profit for blood donors. NMTC financing supported construction, furniture, and fixtures associated with the Blood Connection's property at the Matrix operation center. A 19th-century warehouse and a vision forge a downtown loft community and a new beginning A redevelopment project in the heart of Downtown St. Joseph has established a new community of modern lofts while preserving one of the area’s most prominent historic properties. Kansas City-based development firms Sky Real Estate, LLC and Sunflower Development Group, […] Pretzel Baron, a 100-year old Ohio pretzel manufacturer, acquired, assembled and installed equipment in its facility for the purpose of expanding its operations and adding a second production line, which is expected to result in an anticipated 60% increase in annual production. Project is located in a severely distressed and underserved community, characterized by a […] NMTC supported renovation and expansion of an existing building for use as The Madcap Education Center. The Jane H. Booker Family Health Center provides a wide range of outpatient health care services to meet the needs of families, regardless of their ability to pay. Its staff works closely with specialists at Jersey Shore University Medical Center, ensuring well-coordinated specialty care when needed. Social workers are also available for assistance and accessing […] NMTC financing for a 620,000 sq. ft. office, warehouse, and distribution center created 40 new jobs and 150 construction jobs in Los Angeles. NMTC financing supported construction of a sizable shopping center. NMTC financing generated the critical capital needed to begin construction on a new health center in the former O&W Railway Company Middletown Station. College Hill Mid-District is the redevelopment along Hamilton Avenue in historic College Hill neighborhood. This development includes the renovation of 4 vacant buildings. This project increases business development and provides affordable and market rate apartments for residents that live and/or work in the community. It will increase the provision of goods and services to Low-Income […] NMTC financing supported a Habitat for Humanity Build for Chatham Habitat for Humanity Bright Star Valor Academy is a high-performing charter middle school, founded in 2009. Bright Star Valor Academy is committed to putting every child on a clear path to higher education using proven techniques that include a longer school day, excellent teachers, free tutoring, a disciplined school culture that teaches self-respect, frequent communication with parents, an […] Financing for the purchase and renovation of a 52,565-square-foot office building in Santa Ana for a youth services nonprofit. NMTC financing supported two operating companies. NMTC financing supported an ophthalmology clinic in Fall River, Massachusetts. Built in 1937, 550 Cookman Avenue is a shining example of Asbury Park’s art deco history. NMTC financing supported restoreation of this unique building, with careful consideration taken with its original design features such as the clock tower, chandeliers, terrazzo flooring, marble wainscoting, and decorative coin patterns on the facade. Fully restored, the building now […] Rehabilitation of historic building into a 107,500 sq. ft. mixed-use innovation hub. Acquisition and rehabilitation of Golaski Labs, vacant form home of maker of surgical needs by the same name, into mixed-use space. Rehab and construct mixed-use office, residential and business incubation space with all related grounds and facilites. $23 million in NMTC financing supported renovation and expansion of Mercy Care’s Decatur Street Clinic with best practices in clinic design Purchase, installation and operation of new equipment in an ice cream manufacturing facility in Holland, MI. In October 2021, AMCREF Community Capital provided $7.5 million of NMTC financing to Image Industries, Inc. Construction of a distribution facility for Allied Air, an HVAC equipment manufacturer in Orangeburg, SC. Financing for a rural manufacturing/production facility that processes and packages pea for national distribution. NMTC allocation to assist with the construction of the National Urban League Empowerment Center. The preservation and substantial renovation of Firehouse 23, a two-story, 11,000 sq. ft. former fire station in the Central District neighborhood of Seattle, WA. Bethany House Services used NMTC financing to construct a new 222-bed homeless shelter facility and comprehensive services center to significantly streamline its operations and expand its physical capacities. This investment allowed Kroy to purchase new equipment to expand its manufacturing operations of bar codes, liner-less labels and other products. Rehabilitation of the former Oscar Mayer headquarters and food processing plant into a multi-tenant light industrial and business facility. Renovate and equip an approximately 81,000 sq. ft. manufacturing an expanded line of fishing and pleasure boats, boat trailers, wiring harnesses and other boat related products. A major initiative from developer NorthPoint to create jobs and invest in the neighboring community of South Kansas City. Construction, expansion and equipment for a furniture production facility. Construction of an expanded Center for Women & Children NMTC financing for the construction of an environmentally sustainable steel manufacturing facility in Durant, OK. Urban Action Community Development deployed $6MM of its Round 17 NMTC Allocation for the new construction, FFE, and working capital needs of a food bank in Winston-Salem, NC. This project supported a company which assembles and produces manufactured homes for sale throughout the Southern U.S. Poultry producer and processor Wayne Farms is investing $16.9M in the expansion of its Laurel Fresh Production Facility in Mississippi, US. NMTC financing totaling $10 million supported The Turtle Mountain Recovery Center. NMTC financing supported a total of 61 new homes. NMTC financing supported an 1,800 seat performing arts center and art gallery including educational programs. Grocery store with affordable groceries. NMTC financing supported the adaptive reuse of a 50 year abandoned African American hospital which will be converted by Allen University, an HBCU, into a multi-use facility. NMTC financing supported a tech innovation center. The Nebraska Distillers Products (NDP) company is value added agricultural / clean technology corporation located in Ord, Nebraska. The NMTC financing will be used for real estate, building, storage bins, handling conveyors and equipment costs. NDP has a licensed and patented technology to transform wet, modified, or dried distillers grains (agricultural waste products) into compressed […] Mobile Loaves will use UDF’s investment to finance the new construction of a campus providing affordable housing and supportive services for Austin’s homeless community. Development of a 15,000 sq. ft. early childhood development facility in the Westside/West Center City area. Expansion and renovation of a hospital in Parson, KS. Demand for beef jerky was rising, and the Jack Link's upgraded plant in Alpena answered the call. Link Snacks Inc., or LSI, which produces Jack Link's products, completed a 26,000 sq. ft. addition to its plant and has invested in the expansion of the Alpena wastewater treatment plant. The upgrades brought 75 more jobs to […] Ivinson Memorial Hospital's new 26,000 sq. ft. medical clinic in rural Laramie. Construction of a new technology-centered educational campus for a 900-student K-5 charter school with STEM-based curriculum Expansion and renovation of a South Dakota public school located within the Oglala Lakota Nation. ERMCO is headquartered in Dyersburg, TN and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Arkansas Electric Cooperatives, Inc in Little Rock, AR. ERMCO is using NMTCs to equip and expand production facilities to produce electrical transformers and components in rural Dyer County, TN. The project will create 75 construction jobs and 125 full-time permanent new jobs […] The village center of Enosburg Falls is federally classified as a medically underserved area. The new facility moved NOTCH from a rented basement in an old garage to a larger, street side clinic in the center of the village. The new highly visible, larger location enables better access to affordable primary care for all, an […] El Rio Health is a non-profit health organization providing comprehensive, quality healthcare for a predominately low-income, minority population. El Rio provides culturally competent care by recognizing socioeconomic impacts that create barriers to quality healthcare, physically traveling to those who cannot visit the clinic in person and conversing with patients in their preferred language. Since 1970, […] Coffee Café Bakery, a joint venture between four minority business owners, will renovate and fully equip an existing 31,150 sq. ft. warehouse into a baking facility located at 3528 Browns Mill Road in Atlanta, Georgia. The area has a poverty rate of 35% and an unemployment rate of almost 32%. The project will feature state‐of‐the‐art […] The organization purchased a 140,000 sq. ft. facility to house its headquarters, distribution center, and volunteer facilities. The former beer distribution warehouse, located in South Fresno, includes a 10,000 sq. ft. cold storage facility, a transfer station for produce donations on behalf of other food banks, and enough space to accommodate 40 employees and more […] NMTC financing supported a heavy construction equipment rental company. $13.5 million in New Markets Tax Credit allocations toward the silicon metal manufacturing facility in Selma, Alabama NMTC financing helped a Richmond manufacturer expand its capacity and create more jobs. The repurposing and equipping of a vacant food manufacturing plant into a baked foods facility. Financing for the ground-up construction of a 8-acre, 4-building complex with 105,000 sq. ft. of production, storage, headquarters, and training spaces. In February, Genesis LA provided $11.4 million in NMTCs to finance the Hollywood Arts project. A food manufacturing plant expansion on in Albuquerque's South Valley, an economically depressed area of the City. The HUB for Community Innovation is an outreach center in Augusta’s Harrisburg community. NMTC financing for Wholestone Farms, a Pork Processing plant in Fremont, NE. The $33 million expansion of WyoTech, a technical college in Laramie, Wyoming. Construction of a new 276,315-square-foot warehouse building in Sterling, IL. With $2.85 million in financing from the Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC), Hudson River HealthCare (HRHC) has acquired prime downtown Monticello property to expand primary care and dental services to low-income patients in Monticello and surrounding communities. A federal grant for $200,000 secured by Rep. Maurice Hinchey (D-NY) will help purchase needed equipment for the […] Construction of Altogether Recycling’s 30,000 sq. ft. plant. Construction of a student academic center at a historically black college located in Tyler, Texas. Arts nonprofit uses NMTC for owned/managed office and retail space. The Library of Congress Annex located in Landover, MD, acts as a storage building for thousands of items significant to the history of the United States. In order to obtain more storage space, the existing shelving units were redesigned and rearranged, providing room for the addition of new large pallet type shelving units for maximum […] TaskEasy has announced the availability of two new credit facilities to support its continued growth. Enhanced Community Development, a subsidiary of Enhanced Capital, provided $1.65 million in debt financing through the federal New Markets Tax Credit program, the Utah Small Business Jobs Act and private capital from Goldman Sachs’ Urban Investment Group. In addition, Square […] The redevelopment of the Pitkin Avenue Theatre in Brownsville Brooklyn into a mixed-use project. In order to expand production and create more high-quality jobs, Castellini constructed a new 180,000 sq. ft. refrigerated processing and distribution facility that includes 20,000 sq. ft. of LEED-certified office space. R & B Machine is a leading manufacturer of highly engineered aerospace components and assemblies, specializing in the precision machining, fabrication and EDM of complex, tight tolerance, mission critical metal alloy components for the satellite, aerospace, defense, energy,medical device and other high-tech related sectors. The New Carrollton joint development will create mixed-use development to transform New Carrollton Metro Station into a 2.3 million square foot, mixed-use transportation hub and gateway to the National Capital Region and Northeast Corridor. Built in 1983, the station is home to Metrorail, Metrobus, Amtrak, Maryland Area Regional Commuter (MARC) Train Service and Prince George’s County TheBus. […] This project involved the relocation of a arts organization onto a Main Street in the City of Pittsburgh in the Lawrenceville neighborhood. This LEED Certified project consists of a new 2-story, approximately 42,000 square feet detached educational & administration building for Faulkner State Community College (now Coastal Alabama Community College). This building is situated at the North East corner of the Bay Minette campus adjacent to the dorms. This building includes student services (Registrar, Admissions, Financial Aid, […] St. Vincent de Paul Society is an international, independent Catholic Charity founded in 1883 by Frederick Ozanam in Paris, France. The Mission of St. Vincent de Paul Roseville is to provide basic human services and programs to prevent hunger and homelessness. Program offerings include: Drive thru grocery food distribution for Placer County residents weekly on […] $10.5 million new construction of a 9,500 sq. ft. Federally Qualified Health Clinic in East New York, Brooklyn. Broward Habitat used NMTC financing to support the construction of two projects in located within designated Community Redevelopment Agency districts by City of Pompano Beach and Broward County. A new 14,500 sq. ft. facility offers medical services to the Shoalwater Reservation is located in Tokeland, WA. Children and Family Services/Vocational Rehabilitation Healthcare offices. The facility provides the following services: Basic Food in Washington (SNAP Food Stamps), Washington Apple Health (Medicaid) coverage, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) provides temporary cash for families in need, The WorkFirst Program helps participants find and keep jobs. Child Support Services A mobile health unit run by the Refuah Health Center, providing mobile health services for people who otherwise could not afford them. This Habitat for Humanity Multi-State Project funds the work of 21 Habitat for Humanity affiliates nationwide. Will result in the construction of 503 single-family homes for purchase by low-income individuals. Affiliates located in AZ, CA, CO, CT, FL, MI, MO, NE, NC, OH, OR, TN, TX, WA, WV, and WI. In this case, the project […] Rehabilitation of the former “craneway” building adjacent to the Sponsor’s existing Building 78, which will result in 90,000 sq. ft. of flexible office space targeted to small business including businesses that are working to develop and commercialize technologies and services that advance energy conservation, alternative energy, resiliency, storm water management and preservation, restoration of natural […] Construction of 122 affordable single-family homes for Habitat for Humanity in an area that suffered from extensive damage from Katrina. This project will utilize NMTC financing to acquire, renovate and sell 28 affordable homes to families with low incomes. The QALICB recently celebrated serving its 2,000th family locally through new homes, repaired homes, rehabilitation of existing homes and expanded financial literacy options. Funds the work of 21 Habitat for Humanity affiliates nationwide. Will result in the construction of 503 single-family homes for purchase by low-income individuals. Affiliates located in AZ, CA, CO, CT, FL, MI, MO, NE, NC, OH, OR, TN, TX, WA, WV, and WI. This project created afforable, single family housing in Antioch, TN. NMTC financing supported the construction of 15 affordable, for-sale, Habitat for Humanity homes in Tucson. Charlotte Region Habitat used NMTC financing to substantially finance the vertical construction of single-family detached homes built on 16 previously acquired infill sites scattered throughout distressed areas in the City of Charlotte and the site acquisition and development of 8-unit townhome project located within a severely distressed tract. Phase 1 of the Livingston Buildings historic rehabilitation created a mixed-use structure. Phase 2 of the Livingston Buildings historic rehabilitation created a mixed-use structure with La Internacional on the first floor. The Joshua House Federally Qualified Health Center is a new facility that will be operated by the Los Angeles Christian Health Centers (LACHC) and housed in the first three stories of a seven-story mixed-use project focused on providing affordable housing to low-income and underrepresented community members. LACHC provides medical services for homeless and low-income persons […] Financing for a soda distributor and bottler, Towne Club Bottling. Rehabilitation of the abandoned Labor Bank Building. Financing for a 20,000 sq. ft. daycare serving 120 children and a senior services facility serving 400 seniors. Acquisition, renovation and equipping of an environmentally focused plastics extrusion facility in McKinney, TX. A 130-acre former federal shipyard transformed into an environmentally sustainable business hub for innovation and economic growth. NMTC financing helped a company open a second facility in Clinton Township, MI. NMTC financing supported the construction of a building for the Norfolk Police Department. Renovation of a building to house office of local developer and a co-working space for an affiliated nonprofit. The clinic is undertaking an $8 million renovation of the 30,000 sq. ft. Aladdin Industries building on Murfreesboro Road, where it will be joined by Prevent Child Abuse Tennessee and Make-A-Wish Foundation of Middle Tennessee. Social service provider for low-income families. Project supports the major renovations and program expansion at two MFS facilities. Major upgrades and 5,000 sq. ft. expansion to create a modern 18,600 sq. ft. Midway Center with counseling and office space to provide wrapround support to families on Chicago’s Southwest Side, Renovation of nearby 5,000 sq. ft. […] A loan to Tillamook Fiber Recover allowed the company to purchase a 40-acre site located in Molalla, Oregon, and provided the financial resources to make small site upgrades. NMTC financing supported a nonprofit organization providing transitional housing for Houston's homeless population Construction of the new high school facility will create 750 new student seats in the South Nashville. NMTC financing supported an office equipment supplier in Springfield, Missouri. Childs Park YMCA serves as a resource center for the community by providing programs and services for all ages. The Y strives to make the community stronger and provide opportunities reaching farther than the Childs Park boundaries. The Powerhouse is approx. 3,100 sq. feet with 35’ high ceilings. Arts programming will be provided by the Performing Arts Workshop, a non-profit performing arts programming provider that has been working with underserved youth in San Francisco for over 40 years. They will also provide performing arts programming for toddlers, adults, seniors and families, and […] The redevelopment of the old racetrack at Western Avenue and Soldiers Field Road. NMTC financing for a manufacturing expansion in Darlington County and bring an estimated 50 jobs to the area. In the works since at least 2012, an ambitious plan to build a new community health and wellness campus in Chicago’s Little Village neighborhood has cleared another milestone. Campus-Northgate has successfully completed a new retail center consisting of four single-story concrete buildings totaling 31,085 sq. ft. of retail space plus a surface parking lot consisting of 209 parking spaces. NMTC financing for Bolivar Farmers Exchange, a wholesaler of animal feed, including corn, for its Lowry City Farmers Exchange location. Joint venture between the three nonprofits to acquire five commercial properties for redevelopment and leasing to businesses and nonprofits. In 2017, construction on a new child-development facility at The Renaissance public-housing community. The renovation and equipping of a 70,000 sq. ft. facility in New Berlin, a highly distressed rural part of upstate New York. Financing supported an office and warehouse for WL Concepts, a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business in Freeport in 2011. WL Concepts is a leader in creating innovative, visual, and three-dimensional displays, graphics, and signs. An experiential, real-life simulation, JA Finance Park first provides a series of lessons in the classroom to middle school students where they learn about all aspects of personal finance including learning about balancing a family budget, interest rates, and financial literacy. Construction of a new library with community space- Details: Construction of a new library with community space Retail & commercial space that incorporates full-service grocery stores, restaurants, and retail shops. Truong Enterprises, Inc., a leading distributor of ethnic foods and produce located in Chicago, is a place where customers can find authentic produce, frozen foods, and grocery items from all over the world. Financing for a school designed to eliminate the achievement gap and provide quality public school choice for local families. To help meet the increasing demand for its food services, the Food Bank of the Rio Grande Valley, Inc. (FBRGV) is expanding its facility to double its capacity through the rehab of the Valley Fruit Company Building. Federally Qualified Health Center has expands its mission with new facility. An infill project that includes the demolition of a vacant manufacturing facility in downtown Ithaca and the new construction of a mixed-use building on the site NMTC delivers key element in Ithaca’s ongoing downtown revitalization. Construction of a new commercial facility on a vacant industrial site featuring both light industrial and flexible office space for tenants in the technology manufacturing and robotics industry sectors. NMTC financing helped a small business owner purchase her own building and elevate her business to the next level. The inside of Waynesville’s 44 Church Street does not, today, bustle with life, warmth and the scintillating scent of food wafting through the air, as it once did. The former home of the storied Lomo Grill is cold and empty; the open wood oven is not fired up, and chairs and tables are stacked in […] Project consists of the redevelopment of a historic Main Street building in Downtown Canon City, CO, a National Register Historic District. Transaction proceeds will include the rehab of 2 buildings that will include 36 boutique hotel rooms, a restaurant and bar, and office space for its operations. + Hotel St. Cloud will serve as a […] NMTC financing for a private label manufacturer of health/beauty products in Lakewood, CO. Renovation of an OFFICE BUILDING: 570 Broad is a 200,000 sq. ft., 15-story office building located in downtown Newark, New Jersey and is situated directly across Broad Street from the recently completed Newark Light Rail stop. All of Newark’s top cultural attractions are within walking distance of the site including the New Jersey Performing Arts […] The project is the $15.5 million fit out of an 80,000 sq. ft. supermarket in the Bronx Terminal Market at 610 Exterior Street, Lower Concourse, Bronx. The Blind Center of Nevada assists people who are blind or visually impaired in reaching their highest physical, social, intellectual, and economic potential. To achieve these objectives we pursue three focus areas: personal development, social interaction, and provident living. NMTC financing allows E-Pak to continue to expand its product lines and grow jobs in rural northeastern Ohio. In February 2019, CDF provided $12 million in NMTC allocation to 7131 Jeffrey Development to fund the purchase of the entire 113,300 sq. ft. Jeffery Plaza shopping center and renovation and equipment purchase and installation for a 62,300 sq. ft. full-scale Shop & Save Market grocery store. The 80,000 sq. ft. building at Stolp Avenue and Galena Boulevard eventually will include a 25,000 sq. ft. school for performing arts, 8,000 sq. ft. of rehearsal space for the Paramount Theatre, a 4,000 sq. ft. restaurant space, 38 apartments designed to support working artists and guest apartments for some Paramount Theater performers. Construction of the Stout Street Recuperative Care Facility and Renaissance Legacy Lofts is scheduled to be completed in June 2022. The development by the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless will provide short-term respite care for 75 individuals and long-term housing for 98 households in Denver. The Jones Building in Suffolk, VA originally housed four retail bays and a movie theater on the ground floor. A fire in the mid-1980’s nearly destroyed the building. The movie theater was burned to the ground, and made way for a surface parking lot behind the building. The theater lobby, which had been the central […] NMTC financing supported integrated a organization that provides health and service programs. Asian Health and Service Center offers health foods, healthcare and mental health offerings that are culturally appropriate. The $18 million NMTC financing support from JPMorgan Chase is helping redevelop vacant city-owned land in East Harlem into a mixed-use development that will include 700 units of affordable housing and an elementary school operated by Harlem Children’s Zone (HCZ), which will provide high-quality, standards-based academic programs for students. Both students and their families will […] Improvement of a light industrial building and its temperature control systems to improve the operations of aeroponic vertical farming company; Industrial facility anchored by fresh food grower and distributor. One of Raleigh’s most important buildings in the first part of the 1900s, this building housed the Evening Times, which later became the Raleigh Times newspaper. The Times building possesses some of the most intricate masonry work that exists in Raleigh with Roman Revival architecture. The building’s classic turn-of-the-century style features two storefronts on either […] The project will include a podium with subterranean and above-ground parking, and a 23,000 sq. ft. integrated health and physical rehabilitation clinic. Score board manufacturer: Capturion Network, LLC, a Laurel, MS-based company which sells, installs and services digital scoreboards for sports and entertainment venues nationwide, has received an undisclosed amount of financing from Advantage Capital Partners and its small business lending division BizCapital. The funding will be used to support the company’s continued growth, including the retention […] Located in Daly City, and close to an array of public transit options, 7555 Mission is Habitat for Humanity of Daly City’s largest affordable, single-family housing development to date with 36 units, completed in 2013. Part of the Solution, one of the first emergency food providers in the Bronx, expanded its current facility to house its entire staff, volunteers and current programs that offer free services to 10,000 low-income people annually. NMTC financing supported Martin Marietta, an American-based company and a leading supplier of building materials This project involved the adaptive reuse and rehabilitation of a historic building in Boston’s new, dynamic Innovations District. The project is the largest mixed use development the city has seen in more than 40 years. The NMTC portion of the project supported ABC Supply Co. Inc.'s recently opened 44,000 square-foot facility on South Second Street in the 4th Ward, part of the Station at Grant Avenue project that also included affordable housing. Redevelopment of Army Reserve Center for use as a 200-bed residential job training facility for the homelessTransitional Housing Job Training Facility for Homeless. The Muller Residential Job Training Facility is a $15.5 million dollar tax-credit project that will provide housing and support for the homeless by the Doe Fund. The Doe Fund is a New […] Tyson Foods opens $50 million feed mill Restoration of the Hughes Irons Building NMTC financing restored a 1920’s newspaper building to a new economic use. In September 2020, STA opened its corporate headquarters and state-of-the-art, in-house recovery center in Dallas. The approximately 20,000-square-foot Child Development Center will be built at the intersection of 11th and Monroe streets, just south of the Hillary Rodham Clinton Children’s Library and across Interstate 630 from the UAMS campus. The facility is expected to open in spring 2024. The center will have the capacity to provide services for about 200 […] Thurgood Marshall's old school in West Baltimore becomes community center The mixed-use home and headquarters for Kone Company. Renovate Grady Ponce De Leon HIV/AIDS center in order to provide better treatment options for people in Atlanta, GA, the epicenter of the GIV epidemic. Expansion and renovation of the Ronald McDonald House of Columbus Ohio’s current facility. The new facility will increase capacity by 80 rooms equipping RMHC-CO to serve an additional 2,000 families (76,000 distinct individuals) increasing the families served annually to 6,500 (197,584 distinct individuals). NMTC financing for the Children’s Museum of Eau Claire to construct a multi-use community facility that will house a state-of-the-art children’s museum and additional space to provide quality early education opportunities for low-income youth in the Eau Claire area. In December 2021, AMCREF Community Capital provided $9 million of NMTC financing to Southern Champion Tray, a 94-year-old sustainable paperboard packaging converter specializing primarily in food packaging for the grocery, bakery, and restaurant industries. SouthCoast Marketplace - Construction retail facility and ancillary facilities. - Demolition of abandoned and blighted mall and redevelopment into an open-air retail, dining, and entertainment venue Financing is complete on a New Markets Tax Credits investment that made possible the renovation and expansion of the Eastman Theatre Building at the University of Rochester’s Eastman School of Music. The new aquatic center features an eight lane swimming pool along with a recreational pool at the new Downtown YMCA, in Springfield, Ill. The new facility opened in 2020. Headquarters for Kone Company and other - mixed-use, including retail, office and additional public amenities: This project is part of a multi-stage development plan that includes the participation of the City of Moline and Renew Moline. The Kone Building will serve as the new North American headquarters for Kone Corporation, one of the global leaders […] Financing for a medical office including a counseling center. Access Supports for Living supports individuals and families with very different needs, from those with significant medical or behavioral issues, to others who live independently with minimal help. The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Reservation is constructing a $24.7 million, 68,818 sq. ft. education facility on its reservation in northeast Oregon. Approximately 14,000 sq. ft. of the project will be dedicated rent free to the Nixyaawii Community School (NCS), a charter high school of the Pendleton School District. With this investment, NCS will […] Brigggs and Stratton's Statesboro, GA plant modernization. Ashley Furniture Industries, a home furnishing manufacturer and retailer, expanded its production capabilities by repurposing an abandoned building into a state-of-the-art facility that pours foam and included a storage warehouse located in non-metro Tupelo, MS. Project acquired and installed certain equipment and enhancements at the 3rd Street Foundry (collectively, the “New 3rd Street Equipment”) necessary to run a third production line. "Operations in our second Tennessee foundry are now underway! The new 127,000 sq. ft. facility is located just a few blocks from our original foundry in South Pittsburg, Tennessee, […] CMC Oklahoma is the construction and expansion of a technologically advanced steel and T-post manufacturing facility located in a Promise Zone. NMTC financing for a food distribution facility, Foodirect Inc., a full-service food distributor that has been family-owned and operated since 1944. The company stocks over 5,000 unique food products and is the largest full-service food distributor in the Hunt’s Point Cooperative Market, where the company has been located since the 1970s. Most of the company’s […] The tools and training programs of the Chemeketa Center for Business & Industry help create success in employees, managers and organizations. The services of CCBI range from online classes to customized training and from reference material to professional advising. The CNHI Dozer Project expands the production capacity of a Burlington manufacturing plant and introduces a new product line to the plan. The Choctaw Wellness Center provides opportunities for wellness-related recreational and educational activities including but not limited to: group fitness classes, biometric screens, nutritional counseling, wellness coaching, and general fitness facility usage. The center features 6,982 sq. ft. dedicated to strength and cardio equipment, a full-court basketball gymnasium, a 10-foot-wide suspended walking and jogging track, and […] MetaFund used $16 million of its NMTCs allocation to finance the acquisition of equipment necessary for the expansion of Stillwater Medical Center, a rural hospital in Stillwater, Oklahoma, providing vital medical services within a federally designated Health Professional Shortage Area. New Nursing Facility Financed with NMTC Brings Advanced Care Options, Jobs and Increased Revenue to Louisiana Community Finances the renovation of two buildings -a 32,000 sq. ft. warehouse and a 71,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility and office -plus the purchase and installation of equipment for Green Current Technologies. Mueller utilized NMTC proceeds in the second phase of its expansion and modernization of copper tube and line production at its Fulton, Mississippi facility. Acquisition and renovation of a facility for a PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) center with capacity to serve 485 low-income elderly people, enabling these nursing care eligible people to remain in their homes. The expansion of approximately 56,100 sq. ft. to Musco Lighting’s existing facility Renewable Energy Provider to LICs: BlueHub Capital, then known as Boston Community capital, stepped in, installing solar panels at both St. Polycarp II and III. BlueHub Capital owns the panels, and covers the cost of installation and maintenance. The solar generates net metering credits, which can be applied to a customer’s utility bill—or sold to […] Offices, hotel, restaurants: Located on the corner of South Main and East Market Streets, developer Tony Troppe redeveloped the 58,000 square foot historic structure into a modern day office building. The project includes retail use on the first floor and offices throughout the remaining space. WKYC, Channel 3 has located its Akron news broadcast studio […] Construction of a 42,000 sq. ft. shopping plaza featuring a Save-A-Lot supermarket, creating 185 jobs Financing for the expansion of a manufacturer of heat exchangers. Bayou specializes in pipe coating services for the oil and gas industry. The Company works on both onshore and offshore projects. This project provided the Company with funds for equipment purchases and working capital. Acquire, rehabilitate, develop, own, operate lease and sublease a healthcare center. Lorain County Health & Dentistry Clinic (LCH&D) is the largest safety-net provider of primary health care in Lorain County. Located in the City of Lorain, this project made it possible for the LCH&D to expand its services, including a vision clinic and behavioral health […] NMTC financing helped El Sol Science and Arts Academy in Santa Ana to construct a new dual-immersion charter school building nestled in one of the largest Spanish-speaking communities in Southern California. A water project projected increase groundwater storage retention and capacity across approximately 818 acre-feet of adjacent wet lands on the Desolation Creek property in Grant County. Lauderdale Community Hospital constructed a new, state of the art facility to replace an obsolete hospital in rural Ripley, Tennessee. 4Roots is an alliance of community stakeholders investing in a healthy thriving, sustainable, food system. NMTC helped a business make it through the pandemic without having to sell assets or lay off staff. The substantial rehabilitation of the St. Rose de Lima Catholic Church building and two adjacent schoolhouses into a performance art venue, a non-profit school, co-working space, and small business incubation and training facilities for underserved New Orleans entrepreneurs. PCDIC provided $15 million in NMTC financing for Child Crisis Arizona, a Mesa, Ariz.-based nonprofit focused on preventing child abuse and neglect. Tiger Fiber, Inc. to expand its operations in Sauget, Illinois after closing on $7 million in tax credit financing. Tiger Fiber, Inc., a St. Louis-based industrial hemp fiber processor, will expand operations at its Sauget, Illinois facility using $7 million in New Markets Tax Credits. With the new financing, Tiger Fiber will be able to […] This project was for a 54,000 sq. ft. grocery store in Winchester, TN. Store includes a bakery/deli, a 500 sq. ft. pharmacy, Starbucks and a Bank. K-VA-T also purchased an adjacent property for an off-site fuel station. The project site is located within a designated food desert and medically undeserved census tract. Thus, the new […] Advanced Metal Technologies, a member of the Whitesell Group which manufactures complex metal and plastic parts for the automotive and industrial markets renovated and equiped the 310,000 sq. ft. former MKM plant at 100 Technology Way, in Jeffersonville, Indiana, creating 350 new jobs. E-Z Pack Refuse Hauling Solutions LLC, a manufacturer of commercial truck bodies, invested more than $6.85 million and created 100 jobs with an expansion at its Harrison County facility, In addition to NMTC financing, the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority approved the company for tax incentives up to $2.4 million through the Kentucky Business Investment […] KIPP Gaston College Preparatory Public School opened in 2001 and serves 1,043 students in Grades K-1, 5-12 in rural Northhampton County. Gaston Prep provides transportation and lunch to its mostly low-income students. Over 50% of the school’s first graduating classes have graduated college, five times the national average for low-income students. NMTC financing for the […] This project created 48 affordable, single-family homes for Habitat for Humanity of Evansville, Inc. NMTC financing supported DRC Industries, a provider of custom packaging products, services, and solutions to a broad range of markets and industries. Monroe County Habitat used NMTC financing to complete the Osage Place project in Bloomington, IN. Coastwide Electric is a marine electrical contractor. The Company provides electrical systems installation on new vessels as well as repairs and maintenance on existing vessels. This project provided the Company with funds for inventory purchases, debt refinance, and working capital. The three combined QALICBs are producers of various paper products used in the restaurant and banking industries. This project provided the Companies with funds to refinance existing debt and with working capital. These funds will assist the Companies to manage ongoing supply chain issues. Funds for equipment purchase, working capital, and ground up construction of an adjacent facility for a manufacturer. The MHIC loan and NMTC capital will be used to acquire and entirely renovate the property, a currently vacant, 10,800 s.f building located in the town center, and to purchase medical/dental and office equipment. This Federally-Qualified Health Center provides comprehensive primary medical, dental and behavioral health services to a rural, medically underserved part of northwestern […] Strategies for Change is dedicated to provideing substance abuse and co-occurring mental health services for youth and adults. Services include day treatment, intensive outpatient and outpatient programs. Strategies for Change - Williamsbourgh Drive is located at Sacramento, California.   FlyGuys is a full service, project management and data collection company that connects a network of drone pilots to clients. This project provided the Company with funds for equipment purchase and working capital. FlyGuys provides industry diversification to an area highly dependent on the oil and gas industry. Financing for the construction of 34 affordable single-family homes by Habitat for Humanity of Sacramento, CA. Offices of physicians, dentists, and other health practitioners                                                               TPG Plastics is a manufacturer of portable plastic gas and water cans. The project has provided the Company with funds for a spout assembly machine at close. This project is expected to continue into 2022 with additional equipment purchases anticipated by the Company. More: Plastic fabricator, designer and manufacturer of engineered plastics blow molded products, […] Advanced Industrial Group is a manufacturer of HVAC equipment. The project provided the Company with funds for business acquisition and working capital. This business acquisition will allow the Company to offer a more complete set of services. The company is an operating business that engages in the sale of automotive parts and mechanic services. It will use the proceeds to acquire a new commercial facility to begin operations in FL Building purchase by a real estate holding company to house a retail tenant. 100% of the jobs created are quality, accessible jobs. The financing request was to allow the borrower to purchase into a major national brand hardware chain as well as make the necessary renovations and fit-up to the building to accommodate bringing the brand on board. CDFA provided NMTC financing for Hope Lodge, a no-fee lodging facility serving patients receiving cancer treatment services in Salt Lake City. The 66,476 sq. ft. facility includes 42 residential suites to serve over 800 patients annually. Overnight accommodations are available to anyone living more than 50 miles from SLC. Hope Lodge also offers a community […] The University of Utah Research Park is located on the campus of the University of Utah. Established in 1968, Research Park was intended to stimulate economic development within the State of Utah and encourage graduates from the University of Utah to stay in Salt Lake City by providing convenient access to research jobs. The university […] Salt Lake County's newly constructed public health clinic is a twostory building which provides over 50,000 sq. ft. of modern, efficient and attractive clinic and office space. The new facility is home for the following essential health services: Epidemiology; HIV; Immunizations; Infectious Disease; Medicaid; STD; Tuberculosis;Vital Records and WIC. The 2400 Clifton Ave. building, dubbed the Honey Alexander Center, is 32,000 sq. ft. and includes a crisis call center that can handle more than 60,000 calls per year, a counseling suite that is set to serve more than 2,500 individuals and other amenities. Not-for-Profit office building acquisition and rehabilitation into a nonprofit office, healthcare and social service space. Includes the Reed Street Health Center and the Grays Ferry Childhood Education Center. Adaptive reuse of a 218,000 sq. ft. former technical school into a small business hub focusing on local makers and artisans, who utilize the technology and infrastructure of the technical school for their workshops. This is a charter school for homeless children. In addition, they provide services to the entire family. Using New Markets Tax Credits (NMTCs), MetaFund provided flexible financing to Positive Tomorrows for the creation of their new elementary and middle schools for homeless children in Oklahoma City. Santa Fe South Schools, a fully accredited public charter school district with 2,400 students from Pre-K through 12th grades in south Oklahoma City, serves students from high-poverty environments who are primarily English language (second language) learners. The successful charter school achieves 94% graduation rates among its Hispanic students and overall graduation rates of 98%. The […] Restaurant Wholesale Supplier: South Bronx developer Steven Smith has taken a bankrupt 28-acre illegal garbage dump and transformed it into a fresh food distribution hub with the potential to bring hundreds of jobs to the area, according to the New York Daily News. The once empty site in Hunts Point, dubbed Oak Point Property, stretches […] NMTC financing for the renovation of a vacant 19,000-sq. ft. building to house a brand new Fine Fare supermarket at 801 East Gun Hill Road in the Williamsbridge section of the Bronx. Renovation of a vacant retail grocery store into Food Bazaar grocery store. The facility will be tailored to the health and nutritional needs of the ethnically diverse neighborhood. Financing for the owner of a Fine Fare Supermarkets in Brooklyn to purchase the building she had leased for 13 years. The purchase will stabilize occupancy costs, secure a long-term home for the business' growth, and create new jobs. Construction of a healthcare facility that serves clients who suffer from mental illness, substance abuse, chronic homelessness and other hardships. The project allowed the organization to expand its 9,300 sq. ft. building to 44,600 sq. ft. to consolidate and centralize its services to allow for more comprehensive and integrated care for its clients. The project […] The project, which is being developed by Albuquerque's Titan Development and Maestas Development Group, is a nearly 93,000-square-foot, 118-room hotel on Central Avenue. It is also set to be the second home of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of New Mexico, which will occupy the entire third floor and 20 rooms. NMTC financing supported the rehab of the historic Hilton Hotel Andaluz. The project brought new jobs to the community, many of which were set-aside for Native Americans. Homewise used NMTC financing to acquire and rehab 16 homes in the Barelas/South Broadway neighborhood in Albuquerque, NM. Expansion of existing building to double the number of youth Artists For Humanity trains and employs. Expansion of existing commercial building for a chem manufacturer Central States provided $2.2 million in New Market Tax Credit financing to support a 35,000 sq. ft. new manufacturing and warehouse space. Safety Storage is a manufacturer of custom modular hazardous material storage and containment systems. The Company's customers come from the agricultural industrial, military, and laboratory industries. The project provided the Company with working capital. The average wage of jobs retained and projected must exceed 1.2X the living wage in the region. QALICB must offer quality […] A provider of congregate living quarters including sleeping, community space, and hub for social enterprise and workforce development activities. BRIDGE Housing is partnering with TCC Family Health to develop Anaheim & Walnut, which will bring 88 affordable homes along with a community health and wellness center to Long Beach, California. Financing for a full-service fire protection manufacturer The borrower was created in 2018 to purchase real estate at 4515 Dunham street for the OC (A Plus Gutter Systems) to operate out of. The Borrower will use the loan proceeds from this transaction to purchase the property located at 4521 Dunham Street in Commerce, CA., which is directly next door to its existing […] Rehabilitation of a historic landmark that was originally built in 1925. The facility, which now drives tourism dollars to the reason, has great views of Lake Erie, the Lighthouse, the 2nd largest bascule bridge in the world, and the Black River. The beautiful 55-room hotel is conveniently located near everything that Lorain has to offer […] SCC Urban Campus renovated two currently vacant buildings to expand the current offerings of the Kahl Educational Center into a full-service community college urban campus that will mainly serve low-income students while helping to revitalize a historic business district in Davenport and catalyzing further redevelopment in the area. An airplane parts manufacturing helps community that lost 1,200 jobs with the closing of a Black & Decker manufacturing facility. The Tile Shop, based in Minnesota, is a retailer in the home tile market. Their products include ceramic tile, stone tile, application. The company began manufacturing grout, sealer and setting material in 1991, and began expanding operations outside of Minnesota soon after. They are currently located in 20 states, operating more than 60 retail stores. […] Stonehenge Capital was honored to recently host Congresswoman Beth Van Duyne (TX-24) to discuss the bipartisan New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Program. Working capital for a rebar manufacturer in Cleburne, TX, New Markets Tax Credit financing supported the expansion of TAF’s manufacturing operation and brought jobs to the local community. Two NMTC transactions helped support operations at the Daytona Beach News-Journal. Energ2 used NMTC financing to finance a facility a new production line. Rehabilitation of the former Sharpstown Mall. With construction starting in 2006 and completed in 2007, the Old Dominion Tri-Cities Center moved to its current location at 1070 University Boulevard in Portsmouth along with the Virginia Modeling Analysis and Simulation Center (VMASC). ODU's Tri-Cities Center is a full-service educational facility offering upper-level undergraduate classes, as well as graduate classes and certificate programs. […] The Akron Community Revitalization Loan Fund helps enable business development projects in distressed census tracts and urban areas in Akron. DFWR, contracted with Cleveland-based Village Capital Corporation, applied its development finance expertise to select and explore promising urban revitalization projects. The NexGen Healthcare project involved a $20 million acquisition and re-development of a vacant property along the City's primary corridor into a contact center focused on healthcare related services. The construction of a new Federally Qualified Health Center that will serve as a primary care access point that provides medical, dental, mental health and enabling services to a severely distressed community. NMTC financing from Kitsap NMTC supported a unique project, The Tall Cedars. The project brought affordable, single family housing to Kitsap County. People of all ages have the chance to own a home at Tall Cedars, a family manufactured home community in Auburn. Located in a quiet, residential neighborhood, the attractively landscaped grounds consist of […] NMTC financing helped Cheseapeak Habitat for Humanity build 59 affordable, for sale homes in Annapolis. NMTC financing to support a manufacturer of plastics through plastic injection molding. Established in 1968, Reliant Worldwide Plastics is a leader in injection molded plastics, specializing in conversions from Metal-to-Plastics. Financing for the expansion of an environmentally friendly galvanizing facility in Arlington, WA. Financing for a manufacturer of heat transfer tubular products. Heat Transfer Tubular Products has been evolving to improve their value proposition to their customers through the integration of tube distribution and value-added services for the heat exchanger industry for the last 13 years. This financing will support new positions at the company. Restoration of a vacant historic building. Construction of a new 23,900 sq. ft. mixed-use, mixed-income building in downtown Sturgis. NMTC financing helped create a mixed-use project inside a former Albemarle hosiery mill. A loan to an automotive dealer, Boardwalk Motors, helped support the business and retain 5 jobs during the collapse of the automotive market during the Great Recession. Coastal Bend Food Bank, a nonprofit providing emergency food assistance across an eleven-county service area in South Texas, constructed an approximately 108,200 sq. ft. warehouse and distribution center to increase overall food distribution capacity. Family-owned sustainable timberland: Jordan Lumber is a family-owned and operated sustainable forest products company with timberland, sawmills and chip mills. Founded in 1939, Jordan is the fifth largest employer in a rural county suffering from high unemployment. Jordan manages its timberland in accordance with Sustainable Forestry Initiative (“SFI”) standards, which address reforestation, water quality protection, […] NMTC financing supported an expansion of a small, boutique hotel in Grass Valley, CA. Finances the transformation of a 36,000 sq. ft., vacant retail space into a new medical facility bringing affordable surgical care, imaging services and health and wellness programming to a severely distressed, medically underserved area. Construction of a business center supporting 26 new permanent full-time-equivalent jobs. The Cleveland Play House moved to the downtown theater district in Cleveland, Ohio. Playhouse Square, the Cleveland Playhouse, and Cleveland State University have created an arts education collaborative unlike any other in the nation. This project entailed the acquisition and renovation of the Middough Building to be used as the administrative offices, rehearsal halls, and […] Construction of owner-occupied real estate for contemporary arts facility, including a museum and street level commercial and upper floors housing. The project involved the redevelop menthe Cleveland Institute of Art's historic Joseph McCullough Center for the Visual Arts into a state-of-the-art facility. The Capitol Theatre renovation is the first anchor project of the $25 million Gordon Square Arts District plan, a national model for how the arts can be catalysts for economic development. Built in 1921 and vacant for two decades, Capitol Theatre has been renovated as a 3-screen, state-of-the-art movie theatre featuring art and independent films. Construction of a new state-of-the-art facility that will focus on training welding educators and industry leaders. The project will construct a new 34,000 sq. ft. facility allowing for more efficient use of space for programs and services. The redevelopment of the historic Baker Electric Car Building transformed the venerable old-economy icon into a "new economy" efficient, modern incubator and post-incubator space for some of Cleveland’s emerging technology-based companies. The 5-story Fairmont Creamery was constructed in 1930 and has been vacant since 1980. In addition to providing much needed housing and commercial space for the neighborhood, the redevelopment of the building will leverage streetscape investment from the City of Cleveland on Willey Ave and create a safe, pedestrian and bike friendly link between the […] Redevelopment of the vacant Swetland Building Rehab office building into apartments, office space, a full service grocery store and a hotel. The historic renovation and adaptive reuse of this 120,000 sq. ft. nearly-vacant office building will serve as a catalyst to create a 24/7 vibrancy in the Playhouse Square neighborhood, a regional destination for theatre. The addition of this retail and housing provides needed amenities creating a vibrant neighborhood. The project financed tenant improvements to accommodate a new headquarters for Rosetta, the nation’s largest independent interactive agency. The growing digital marketing company relocated over 370 employees to downtown Cleveland. The balance of the building was renovated for rental residential use. The University Lofts project includes new construction and historic rehabilitation associated with three buildings along Euclid Avenue near Cleveland State University. The project includes nearly 10,000 sq. ft. of street-level commercial and retail space and 30 market-rate and workforce housing units. This project is at the heart of the College Town district adjacent to Cleveland […] Once the largest unoccupied building on Euclid Avenue, Residences at 668 is now home to affordable apartment units as well as office and retail space. The historic redevelopment and adaptive reuse of the former William Taylor and Son department store, built in 1870, was one of the first projects to successfully utilize the Ohio State […] The Avenue District project entailed development of underutilized surface parking lots in downtown Cleveland into an eight-story, new construction, for‑sale housing project with street-level retail as well as for-sale townhome units. CNMIF provided a $2 million loan to this pioneering project’s first phase. Construction of mixed-use building with commercial space, parking, grocery store, Eastside School (early childhood education), co-office space and a restaurant. A partnership between two educational pioneers, with financing support from Finance Fund, will reopen the doors to the former Kent Elementary School building as Buckeye Preparatory Academy, a community school for at-risk elementary and middle school students in Columbus. Rehabilitation of the vacant Joseph And Feiss Company factory location into a home for Ohio's only k-8 tuition free community school focused on gifted learners. Addressing the vacancy issue and related challenges of the NineTwelve District has been recognized by a number of civic and business interests as an important priority. AmTrust Financial Services acquired and redeveloped the nearly-vacant building at 800 Superior Avenue for its operations bringing 1,000 new jobs to downtown Cleveland. In 2007 First Interstate properties transformed an abandoned steel mill into a regional shopping center with the creation of Steelyard Commons. Phase II(a) will build on the success of the first phase and incorporated an apparel retailer and (70,000 sq. ft.) as well as other complementary retail units. Construction of the new Marcus Thomas headquarters enabled the privately owned local marketing firm to stay in the existing community and expand its workforce. MRN Ltd. undertook the redevelopment of East 4th Street between Euclid and Prospect Avenues. This destination neighborhood is a thriving entertainment and dining area of downtown. The Corner Alley was a $9 million redevelopment that entailed rehabilitation of the first two floors of a historic structure into a 28,000 sq. ft. entertainment/restaurant venue with 15 […] Transformed a landmark building at the edge of University Circle into a 154-room hotel, with a vintage swimming pool, a wood-paneled lobby and a floor of restored ballrooms and event spaces. Acquisition of equipment and machinery for an owner-occupied steel and iron manufacturing company. Located four miles from downtown Cleveland, Shoreway Industrial Park turned a partially occupied truck manufacturing site into a logistics and distribution hub for the metro area. The project is a collaborative public/private effort to dramatically update the 10-acre Public Square into a catalytic, dynamic, world-class public space in the heart of downtown Cleveland. NMTC financing to rehabilitate the 30,000 sq. ft. Van Roy Coffee Company building into office space. The UH Rainbow Center for Women & Children, a newly constructed facility of UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital and UH MacDonald Women’s Hospital, will serve a federally designated medical/dental underserved area. This urban health center houses 46 exam rooms plus group care/community rooms and co-located social services. Patient visits increased by 5% a year. Renovation of a vacant, former school as its new 57,000 SF headquarters, training and production facility located in Hough/Midtown neighborhood in Cleveland, OH. The May Dugan Center (MDC) was founded in 1969 and opened the current facility in 1975. MDC provides comprehensive health and human service programs to a diverse community that comes from 64 different zip codes throughout greater Cleveland, but primarily from the near west side neighborhoods of Ohio City, Stockyards, Tremont, Clark Fulton, Detroit Shoreway […] The construction of a warehouse and distribution facility totaling to house the fresh, dry and frozen food for a foodbank in the Collinwood neighborhood. NMTC financing helped Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston develop 53,500 sq. ft. Meals on Wheels Distribution Center. NMTC financing supported renovation of vacant hospital campus into boutique office space, dinning hall and coffee shop. Details: The Old Parkland lands stood vacant for years at Maple and Oak Lawn Avenues before Crow Holdings restored the historic hospital campus into a significant landmark in 2009. This project expanded the Old Parkland campus across Maple […] NMTC financing supported 67,000 sq. ft. redevelopment where 16 victim advocacy groups agreed to relocate new full time staff under one roof. $5 million allocation will create approximately 18 homes for low-income buyers with median incomes averaging $36,000 per year. These buyers will receive pre-purchase financial counseling, homebuyer education, and ongoing support. https://www.avenuecdc.org/2022/what-the-heck-is-a-noah/ A $7 million federal NMTC financing to construct the first phase of the new Trinity Basin Prep charter school in Fort Worth, TX. In December 2021, AMCREF Community Capital provided $9.9 million of NMTC financing to Schawk USA, Inc. a subsidiary of Saueressig Group, a leading global designer and supplier of industrial rolling equipment and rotary tools in Germany. This $17 million NMTC financing, in partnership with PeopleFund, MBS Urban Initiatives CDE, and US Bancorp Community Development Corporation, allowed Foundation Communities, a non-profit affordable housing developer, to acquire Mission Plaza, a 75,242 sq. ft. two-building complex in Austin. The project allowed the non-profit to create a new and larger Community Financial Center, which provides […] Financed the substantial rehab of a facility that provides employment, education, childcare and homeless services in Tarrant County, Texas. Wee Care for All Child Care Center has been providing childcare services to rural Brenham, Texas since 2013. Wee Care purchased a 14,500 sq. ft. facility they have been operating out of since 2018. financing helped support the creation of a student-run farm, garden, orchard, farmer's market, and teacher training center. The project increased enrollment to 625 local students with the new campus. Finances the reimbursement of acquisition costs and additional improvements of the Hendrick Medical Center Brownwood, a 253,500 sq. ft., 188-bed acute care facility. T (Via RDP) Rural Development Partners (RDP) is proud to partner with Audubon Metals Texas LLC to help expand the company and bring quality jobs to Corsicana, TX using New Market Tax Credits (NMTCs). Audubon Metals is a manufacturing facility that recycles Zorba (automobile residue) for production of secondary aluminum alloys for die castings. The new […] Construction of a new 25,000 sq. ft. medical building to be leased to a FQHC in McKinney, TX. Dormitory and gymnasium/community space for a historically black college Avenue CDCWith a $5 million NMTC allocation from CHC, Avenue CDC plans to build approximately sixteen affordable homes at three different sites in the Northline community of Houston, Texas. With a $6 million allocation, Housing Channel plans to develop Irving Commons, which will offer 28-30 high density homeownership opportunities within the Heritage Crossing district. The proposed townhome development is supported by the city which has aggressively targeted the revitalization of the centrally located neighborhood. In this highly diverse city, there is a large disparity […] The building of the world's largest wood pellet plant in Epes, Alabama. Enviva is the largest producer of industrial wood pellets, a renewable energy alternative to fossil fuels. Enviva's sustainable wood pellets are designed to provide consistent, reliable results for a wide range of heat- and power-generating customers. Countries in Europe, Asia and the Caribbean […] Renovation, construction and equipping of Central Arkansas's premier visual and performing arts institution Finances the renovation and expansion of the Science Center at University of Ozarks Our House announced on Aug. 17 that it has closed on a $10 million NMTC (New Markets Tax Credit) financing package to expand its services for families and individuals who are homeless in central Arkansas. The financing will enable Our House to double its transitional housing capacity with apartment style units dedicated to families, double […] NOAH breaks ground on new Desert Mission Health Center Finances the construction of a 20,000 sq. ft. facility that will provide primary care, behavioral health services, social support, pharmacy, medical laboratory and cultural programing to low-income LGBT youths. NMTC Allocation supported the adaptive reuse of a historic building into a mixed-use housing and business incubator in Clinton, IA. An $18 million NMTC transaction financed the ground-up construction of a four-story mixed-use development with a health center and healthy food retailer. Chicago’s Academy for Global Citizenship Anchors New State-of-the-Art Learning, Sustainability, and Wellness Hub Catered to Community Needs The Chicago Jesuit Academy was founded in 2005 to support students from historically disinvested communities and is located on Chicago’s West Austin Neighborhood. The CJA currently provides a high-quality education to students who experience “extraordinary financial hardship yet show evidence of academic motivation and personal potential.” The school provides several supplemental learning activities such as […] Finances the construction of a new 65,000 sq. ft. YMCA on a three-acre parcel. The new facility includes a Healthy-Living Campus featuring a competition pool, space for group classes and a community kitchen, children’s adventure center, and more. Urban Action Community Development deployed $2MM of its Round 16 NMTC Allocation to support the adaptive-reuse of three historic buildings and in-fill development in downtown Fort Wayne, IN that will be converted to residential, office, and retail space. Once complete, the 30,954 sq. ft. Project will create:-Residential Units: 21 units, of which four will be […] The first phase of development in the $50 million Kitselmen Pure Energy Park master planned development and will rehabilitate and environmentally remediate the former Indiana Steel and Wire building, a 50+ acre brownfield site which has been commercially unproductive for more than 15 years. Goodwill Industries of KY redeveloped a Brownfield in a poor, minority neighborhood. CommCare is constructing a 72,000 sq. ft. skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility in Natchitoches, LA that will serve 120 patients per year, 80% of which will be low-income. Red Lake Inc., an economic development enterprise of the Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians, and its subsidiary, Ogaakaaning Wild Rice LLC, expanded its wild rice business to better serve its tribal citizens and the surrounding community. Ogaakaaning Wild Rice LLC acquired an existing business, KC Best, and expanded the Red Lake Nation Foods family […] This 205,000 sq. ft. commercial center will be renovated for use as the Urban League of Metro St. Louis's (ULMSL) Headquarters, Social Innovation Center and tenant retail space. 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. Finances the construction of a 150,000 sq. ft. expansion to TectonProducts. Roses Southwest Papers Inc. is a high-quality paper products manufacturer located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The investment will allow the family-owned and operated business to increase its manufacturing capacity and to shift towards renewable energy sources by acquiring solar panels. Belize natives Roberto Espat and Rose Marie Espat founded Roses Southwest Papers, Inc. in 1984. […] NMTC financing for the construction of a new 52,073 sq. ft., four-story health center located at 510 Beach 20th Street in Far Rockaway, NY. The redevelopment of Warsaw Avenue in the historic Price Hill neighborhood. Financing for a multimillion-dollar project creating new jobs in the northwest Dayton area. Providence House provides emergency shelter and crisis care to children newborn to 12 years old. At Providence House, children find safety and comfort in a home-like setting before abuse or neglect occurs while connecting families to partner community organizations to stabilize family crisis, improve parenting skills, and preserve the family or find alternative long-term care […] Tulsa Economic Development Corporation (TEDC) has constructed a new 17,000 sq. ft. grocery store in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The project is part of the ongoing redevelopment of Tulsa’s African American Community, an extension of the Greenwood District in North Tulsa, site of the 1921 Race Massacre. Oasis Fresh Market is located in an extended area of […] New construction of a 26,600 sq. ft. facility , which is PCHC’s 12th health center site. Construction and development of an approximately 47,000 sq. ft. education center with an aviation career‐driven focus in Dallas, Texas. Austin Street is building a new 60,000 sq. ft. facility that includes 450 shelter beds, 30 medical respite beds, a commercial kitchen, and dedicated spaces for case management and other programming. New construction of a 43,730 sq. ft. facility that will have an optimized production kitchen with increased cold and dry storage; an efficient food preparation space; a dedicated volunteer training and waiting area; a safe, easy-to-navigate loading dock; and an expanded Grace Place Center Alzheimer’s programs. roject is renovation and new construction of a high school that serves low income students. The relocation and expansion of Houston Meat Distributors, Inc. into their new headquarters which includes a new, state-of-the-art, cold storage facility Construction of a landfill recycled and renewable natural gas and carbon dioxide facility. Houston Habitat used NMTC financing for the site development and construction of 39 of the 84 affordable single-family homes planned in Phase 1 of their Robins Landing project. PeroxyChem Installs Largest Peracetic Acid Wastewater Disinfection System in the World A reparative development, open-air museum project and one of the largest black public art projects in the U.S. GHS' new state-of-the-art facility will significantly expand capacity, improve service delivery, and co-locate services in a centralized transit-accessible location from three obsolete, inadequate, and dispersed leased facilities. The rehabilitation and redevelopment of the 26,250 sq. ft. A. Tiner Building in downtown Boise, ID. June 1st, 2019 marked the official opening of Community Foods Market at 3105 San Pablo Avenue in West Oakland. Precision Engineering, Inc., has positioned itself as a regional leader in the industrial automation field. Founded in 1994 and headquartered in Mobile, Alabama, PEI has registered professional engineers in Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, and South Carolina. PEI has a proven history of creating jobs in the Mobile community spanning over 22 years. Beginning with SCORE provided $350,000 to Skills for Chicagoland’s Future through its nonprofit affiliate, the Joint-County Opportunity Benefit Support Fund. OneSixty Main involves the demolition of a vacant, downtown building located on a prominent corner in downtown Twin Falls, ID, and the construction of a new 55,680 sq. ft., six story mixed-use building in its place. Empowerment Reinvestment Fund provided financing to help finance the new construction of a 72,650 sq. ft., 120-bed community hospital located in the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community of the Salt River Reservation. The adaptive reuse of the 18,000 sq. ft. Illinois Alcohol Company Building into the new home and expansion of an established small business incubator, West Side Bazaar. The California Statewide Communities Development Corporation  has partnered with the nonprofit East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation to provide $10 million of NMTC allocation to stabilize and enhance the historic Swan’s Marketplace in Downtown Oakland.  The Michael R. Klein Center for Jobs and Justice will allow DC Central Kitchen to triple its capacity and scale its ability to provide job training and healthy food at a time when the community needs these resources more urgently than ever before. Construction of a headquarters for BUILD, a nonprofit that has worked for more than 50 years to help young people on the West Side of Chicago overcome systemic obstacles to thriving futures through mentoring and other structured programming. The project involves the renovation of an existing 21,225 sq. ft., single-story, vacant building on the north side of the city of Flint into the North Flint Food Market, a full-service, cooperatively owned grocery store. Owner/operator of parking garage in step with economic redevelopment mission of its parent, 3CDC: The January 2013 groundbreaking event for this monumental project at the corner of Fifth & Race Streets, one block west of Fountain Square, garnered extensive media coverage and a cheering crowd of hundreds of dunnhumbyUSA employees. In the months that followed, […] The burden of substance abuse in rural West Virginia highlights the need for innovative approaches to curb the initiation of drug misuse and address current substance use disorders. The Highwall's innovative approach will combine two aspects of community development: 1) an escape to outdoor adventure for trail riding enthusiasts and their families looking for unique […] RecycleForce, an Indianapolis social enterprise that provides workforce development training to citizens returning from incarceration, recently began a construction project to build a new headquarters and electronics recycling facility. Smith NMTC Associates, LLC announced the closing of its latest New Markets Tax Credit transaction to support the development of affordable for-sale homes in Pinellas County, Florida. The deal was structured and closed in partnership with Hancock Whitney Bank, who provided the $6M NMTC allocation, and Habitat Pinellas. Established in 1985 as a nonprofit affiliate […] Financing to M2M, Custom Stainless, an Indianapolis company that is buying Mouron and Company, an Indianapolis manufacturer of stainless steel, walk-in refrigerators for hospitals, schools, and restaurants. Financing supporting building renovations, equipment upgrades and expansion of educational and civic content for Kansas City PBS. Waterfront redevelopment, including event space - Waterfront redevelopment, including event space: WaterMark was a major redevelopment project to transform a significant portion of Green Bay's downtown waterfront into an attractive, vibrant city center. The commercial real estate project combines downtown and suburban design features and amenities in a single, multi-million dollar business campus. The WaterMark […] CHT used its $8M allocation to build 20 condominiums in downtown Winooski, VT at the request of the city, driven by growing resident concern about gentrification. Rosa Parks Elementary, a public school project, consists of a newly constructed 55,792 sq. ft. building for use as an elementary school for grades kindergarten through five in the city of Portland, Oregon. The school building is part of the New Columbia HOPE VI project, a redevelopment of the former Columbia Villa, which was the […] Formed in 2003, American Peanut Growers Group LLC is a farmer-owned cooperative shelling plant that returns the profit over the farmer stock price directly back to the growers through distributions, greatly increasing the return on their peanut crop. The project involves the construction of a new peanut shelling plant and an ingredient plant as well […] CEI Capital Management provided $1.9 million in NMTC financing to Habitat for Humanity of Omaha for the construction of 14 new, affordable, homes. Owned and operated by Northern Star Council, Basecamp's mission is to serve all youth through field trips, lock-ins, retreats, summer camps, private parties, and community group activities. Acquisition, renovation, and equipping of a 245,000 sq. ft. warehouse into a volumetric modular housing production facility with space to incubate/accelerate social enterprises that will deliver transportation, excavation, landscaping, electrical, plumbing, fencing, decking and other housing related services. A 140,000 sq. ft. community center on a long-vacant 6.7-acre brownfield site in North Austin that was most recently owned by the City of Chicago. Rural King used the proceeds of a NMTC Loan to finance acquisition and installation costs of certain equipment and machinery to be used by Rural King in its 1,000,000 sq. ft. distribution facility located in a non-metro county. The project will enable Rural King, a retailer serving rural and agricultural communities, to expand its distribution […] PHILADELPHIA HABITAT is using NMTC financing to construct the Oxford Commons Phase I and 40th Street row home projects. The construction of a new two-story, 30,000 sq. ft. modern, child-oriented facility that will improve the quality of education, child safety and functionality for the children and staff, replacing a 50-year old converted supermarket that was never intended to be an educational facility. The project will renovate an existing single floor 84,194 sq. ft. former K-Mart building. Hillsborough Habitat used NMTC financing to complete the development of 25 homes in the Tampa area. The Cook Group, a privately held medical device company, is investing in a 43,000 sq. ft. medical device manufacturing plant located in northeast Indianapolis, Indiana. The facility will be leased to Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana which will recruit individuals faced with employment barriers and in turn provide numerous support services. The products to […] New construction of an Autism Center, run by Endeavor Forward, the nonprofit, exclusive provider of Autism services of Jackson County. The project supports the construction of a new 2-story, 36,000 sq. ft. medical and dental clinic that will replace an existing facility that is only 10,000 sq. ft. A critically important Mental Health Support Center including a full continuum of behavioral health services co-located with the Milwaukee County Behavioral Health Department. MedRhythms is the developer of a digital therapeutics platform to deliver rhythmic auditory stimulation therapy to chronic stroke survivors. While RAS therapy typically takes place in a clinical setting, MedRhythms's product will provide the same experience in the patient's home. This project provided the Company with working capital to continue MedRhythm's growth in Maine. Global Cooling is a manufacturer of ultra-low temperature freezers. The ultra-cold freezers produced by Global Cooling can store both the Pfizer and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines at the required temperatures. The project provided the Company with a debt refinance to help support the Company's rapid growth related to the rollout of Covid-19 vaccines. mSeed Group is an African American and woman-owned contract manufacturer of for small to mid-sized beauty and cosmetic brands. This project provided the Company with funds to refinance existing debt, purchase new equipment, and provide working capital. These funds will help the Company to grow and be able to service additional clients. Mirac is an electronics manufacturing services company specializing in the design, fabrication, and assembly of printed circuit boards and wire harnesses. This project provided the Company with working capital needed to support growing customer relationships. The funds will also support operations at a recently acquired location. NMTC financing used for the construction of the Concurrent Enrollment Middle School and Career Technical Education building, 42,809 sq. ft. development comprised of: 6 labs for each of the pathways, 6 interconnected classrooms, a 4,500 sq. ft. equipment shop, a 95-seat lecture room, and a 2,302 sq. ft. break area for students.. Stadium Lodging is a franchisee operating a Hampton Inn & Suites hotel along with a restaurant in the hotel lobby. Due to the nature of the dining and restaurant industries, Stadium Lodging was hard hit by the Covid-19 pandemic. The project provided funds to cover operating expenses. Stadium Lodging is a franchisee operating a Hampton Inn & Suites hotel along with a restaurant in the hotel lobby. Due to the nature of the dining and restaurant industries, Stadium Lodging was hard hit by the Covid-19 pandemic. The project provided funds to cover operating expenses. Finances the working capital needs of a Federally Qualified Health Center located on Hawaiian home land. The project will address the health needs of the low-income individuals in the surrounding community regardless of a person's ability to pay. Construction of the new Agape Village Health Center to double the size and reach of its existing limited co-location services to create a comprehensive and integrated community health and residential treatment facility for women and families. Finances equipment and related operational improvements to modernize a 500,000 sq. ft. existing Walgreens.com distribution center. About 90% of the existing and new jobs are accessible to individuals without post-high school education. Modern Mil is a manufacturer of a sustainable, wood alternative product. This project provided the Company with working capital. This working capital will help to support Modern Mill's growth and to expand its production capacity. Finance the adaptive reuse of two structures and the new construction of an office building containing approximately 61,000 sq. ft. of office and ground floor retail space, a roof terrace, and parking in Washington, D.C. The Navigator Watsonville Preparatory Charter School leased and renovated a portion of the first floor and the entire second floor of a commercial building in downtown Watsonville, CA to be converted to school use.. Finances the construction of a 49,000 sq. ft. zinc processing facility in Chicago's Pullman neighborhood to replace a 32,000 sq. ft. building that burned down last year. The acquisition and renovation of a 120,000sf warehouse will help combat food insecurity by growing and expanding Florida’s largest food book. This newly constructed warehouse will provide service to 4-5 additional rural counties in NE Florida.  https://fclf.org/meet-our-borrowers-item/feeding-ne-florida#:~:text=Florida%20Community%20Loan%20Fund%20provided%20%2414%20million%20in,loan%20program.%20The%20investor%20is%20U.S.%20Bank%20CDC. A $7 million allocation for the infrastructure development for 32 lots and build 15 homes with 80% reserved for low-income buyers. This development is close to downtown, transit, shops, and schools. It is also within walking distance of the Port Authority and one of the area’s largest employers.https://smithnmtc.com/daytons-bluff-neighborhood-housing-services-plans-development-with-7m-nmtc-allocation/   Lock Joint Tube manufactures mechanical and structural grade steel tubing in five plants located in Indiana, Ohio, Texas, and Tennessee. 2 buildings of multi-tenanted spaces including retail market space, light industrial, office and community facility healthcare space New construction of a 4,400 AF stand -alone commercial building that will be leased to operate a restaurant. A $6 million allocation will build 43 single-family homes, 56 multi-family homes and 130 units available for people 55 and older, in South Columbus, with 60% reserved for low-income buyers. https://www.prweb.com/releases/2022/2/prweb18522054.htm  GREATER INDY HABITAT is using an $1.17M loan to develop 15 new homes in the Red Maple Grove neighborhood. NMTC financing helped a Toledo-based nonprofit relocate its corporate headquarters to Kettering after wrapping up a $12 million project that more than triples the size of its local footprint.  Life Connection of Ohio, an organization that coordinates organ, eye and tissue donation in 25 counties spanning northwest and west central Ohio, will broke ground in […] Financing for a small early childhood education facility or daycare facility. Boys and Girls Club with after-school programs and other youth enrichment. Affordable housing development for low-income families in Lake Placid, Florida. NMTC financing supported an expansion of a firm involved in hydrofoam distribution services.  Habitat for Humanity of St. Louis Financing for the construction of affordable, for-sale housing in a multi-year, multi-phase project for Habitat for Humanity of St. Louis. The project ultimately developed 112 homes between 2008 and 2020. The Boys and Girls Clubs of San Antonio changes lives through high-quality afterschool and summer programs in a safe, affordable, and fun environment. NMTC financing supported the development of the Calderon Boys & Girls Club San Antonio.  Financing for True Value Boys and Girls Club of Chicago. The True Value Club, formerly known as The General Robert E. Wood Club, is one of two Clubs serving the Little Village community. The True Value Club offers a comprehensive array of programs and services to young people of all ages in the community. In […] NMTC financing supported called Elliott’s Walk, a partnership between NeighborWorks Columbus and First Baptist Church to build 43 single-family homes, 130 affordable apartments for residents 55 years and over, and 56 multi-family houses at 1104 Leslie Drive. Housing Project in Dayton's Bluff neighborhood. Dayton's Bluff Neighborhood Housing Services. A $7 million allocation will enable infrastructure on 32 lots and will rehab and construct 15 homes with 80% reserved for low-income buyers. NMTC financing supported a Material Cutting Fabricator. The company's waterjet will cut through virtually any material with ease. Materials as delicate as paper and as hard as steel can be cut with precision. Automotive company to move Mazda dealership to Concord and expand employee training, community outreach efforts A $4 million project provided the company with working capital and restructured existing debt. FlyGuys benefitted from a $2 million investment enabled by the New Markets Tax Credit, and Cassidy has co-sponsored bi-partisan legislation to make that tax credit permanent. The $7.2 million facility will be a gateway for community learning, employment training, and e-commerce business development; and will also provide Internet access, distance learning and technology training. Construction of new production facilties for Resintech, Inc. and ActionPak, Inc. ResinTech Inc’s facility in Camden, NJ was the first ion exchange resin manufacturing plant built in the U.S. in over 30 years. Volunteers of America’s homeless youth resource center and shelter, the first of its kind in Utah, opened its doors in May of 2016. Financing for a non-profit organization that provides faith-based and faith-neutral programs and activities to achieve holistic improvements in the lives of youths and families in Central Ohio. A FQHC established to provide quality healthcare services to all people in the Greater Houston area, regardless of the patient’s ability to pay. NMTC financing supported the construction of 27 affordable homes for the Habitat for Humanity of the OC. NMTC financing for the Poverello Center, Missoula’s only emergency homeless shelter, faced a critical need. Supported the construction of affordable, single family housing for Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity. NMTC financing supported the construction of affordable housing units for Tampa Habitat for Humanity. Redevelopment of the historic former Astrup Awning Company Building located at the corner of West 25th Street and Seymour Avenue in the Clark Fulton neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio into a community focused arts, social service, and maker space. Electrical Insulation Manufacturer: A project involved the construction of a 24,338 sq. ft. manufacturing facility and the acquisition of new machinery for WETI, a global leader in electrical insulation for transformer manufacturers and transformer users. Transformation of the long-vacant Engine Company 40 Firehouse in East Boston into a vibrant youth arts center - a new home for ZUMIX. NMTC financing supported the construction of 50 affordable homes for Habitat for Humanity, East Bay/Oakland. The project also provided housing counseling. The acquisition and renovation of real estate and improvements for owner occupied call center businesses that will also lease space to non-profit social enterprise that provide on-site support services such as child care, healthcare, continuing education and access to fresh and healthy food programs. Tommy Car Wash Systems will expand its manufacturing capacity by constructing a new headquarters and manufacturing facility with $13 million in NMTC allocation. The Project consists of the development of a 20,000 sq. ft. relocation/expansion of Elica’s existing North Highlands Center. The Keyer Row development consists of six contiguous properties located on Main Street in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood in the old Keyer Pipe Manufacturing location. Construction of new Neuroscience Institute facility and parking garage, and acquisition of equipment and machinery for owner-occupied hospital. Renovation of historic office building with community facilities. New five-story mixed-use transit-oriented building featuring 40 affordable apartment residences, 27,000 sq. ft. of office space and 4,577 sq. ft. of retail. Company that offers job opportunities for people who are blind plans to move into a new, larger space in West Allis. Citylink Center Expansion is a development within Cincinnati's West End neighborhood. A sprawling healthy living center coming to 79th Street aims to empower South Siders when it comes to their health. A new $40 million, 60,000 sq. ft. fresh food distribution center in Hunts Point, Bronx. A new $11 million, 15,000 sq. ft. health clinic located in a medically underserved area in Downtown Jamaica, Queens. A $2.75 million investment in West Monroe-based cookie dough and confectionary distributor, Neighbor’s Cookies. Finance the renovation and expansion of a boys and girls club community facility to provide increased programming. Financing for a Boys and Girls Club. Financing for the John H. Harland Boys and Girls Club A new, 28,000 sq. ft. clubhouse to serve an estimated 2,500 children in inner-city Bridgeport. Nearly $25 million of financing to help the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco build a new Clubhouse and administrative headquarters in the Western Addition. The renovation and expansion of the existing 36,346 sq. ft. Boys and Girls Club. Financing supporting the Lower East Side Girls Club. As the signature legacy project of the NY/NJ Super Bowl Host Committee, the Avon Avenue Clubhouse underwent a complete renovation, including a new gymnasium, state-of-the-art aquatic center, dance and fitness studio, instructional kitchen, and brand new games room. Financing for the Child Youth Services Center with boys and girls club and headstart Financing for the Boys and Girls Club of San Antonio - May’s Family Clubhouse Development of Eastside Community Center Tacoma, a 55,000 sq. ft. facility operated in connection with Boys & Girls Clubs of South Puget Sound. Financing for the New Boys and Girls Club facility, the Rainier Vista Boys and Girls Club. The Jim Wiley Community Center involved the acquisition and rehabilitation of a 22,000 sq. ft. community center located in the heart of the Greenbridge HOPE VI redevelopment in White Center, Washington. Financing for the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha, serving the youth of Kenosha in their health, social, educational, vocational and character development. Renovation of Queen Theater, creating 260 construction jobs and 50 full-time jobs and helping spur the revitalization of downtown Wilmington. Skyland Phase B-1, which closed on January 14, 2021, is the second phase of the multi-building, multi-phase, mixed-use Skyland Town Center; the redevelopment of a former dilapidated strip shopping center originally acquired by the District of Columbia through eminent domain. NMTC financing for the Mill House, the final phase of the historic Revolution Mill Complex revitalization in Greensboro, North Carolina. Rehabilitation of the historic Washington Hall Villager Mall is a redevelopment project that involved renovating the former Villager Center on the City of Madison’s south side. Financing for Green Zebra Grocery, a neighborhood grocery offering convenient access to fresh, healthy foods. NMTC financing supported the Alco Products project. Construction of a new $6.4 million, 30,000 sq. ft. Becker County Museum building. The acquisition of equipment, tenant buildout of 6,000 retail space and working capital to bring a locally owned grocery store to Burlington’s Old North End, a distressed community. Construction of approximately 40 homes in 7 highly distressed neighborhoods in Marion County that have been identified as tipping point neighborhoods with a large number of vacant or abandoned homes or lots. Natural Fiber Welding, Inc. closed $15M in NMTC funding, accelerating growth of the company to meet the demand of MIRUM® and CLARUS® product lines. With $9.5 million in support from Sovereign Bank, MassDevelopment put together a $20 million financing package through its NMTC programto rehabilitate and upgrade the FGS Building, one of two buildings remaining from the original design of Boston City Hospital. New Markets Tax Credit Financing Expands Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Ohio Facilities and Services at The Champion Companies Milo-Grogan Clubhouse NMTC financing for Mattingly Foods a leading regional food service supplier that distributes food products and other goods to chain restaurant operators in more than a dozen states. Three CDEs turned a deserted, rotted-out structure and turned it into a hub for job creation. Renovation of Building 127 into a light industrial and innovative office space NMTC financing transforms vacant structure into world-class center for manufacturing and workforce development. NMTC financing supports anchor for catalytic regional development. The Phillis Wheatley pre-K-8 School project brought a state-of-the-art facility to the impoverished Iberville-Tremé neighborhood of New Orleans. Demolition of 100 year old school building, construction of new school building. ​The Gateway Project is a LEED‐Platinum, mixed‐use development in Oberlin, Ohio’s new Green Arts District. Finaning for a 350,000 sq. ft. mixed use project with a residential and retail component. Working capital to enable a business to purchase new inventory in support of the launch of their newest bike model, hire an additional engineer, and purchase new machinery to support Research and Development to assist in the creation of two new bike prototypes. Financing for a FQHC providing medical and dental services for 17,000 patients annually, offering quality health care in a 59,000-square-foot state-of-the art facility. The substantial renovation of a vacant building for a new headquarters. $12 million in NMTCs financed 94 Habitat for Humanity homes across the state. Conversion of a historic structure into 33 luxury market rate rental residential apartments and 12,000 square feet of ground floor retail space. Affordable Solar is looking to purchase an existing 3.522-acre site which already contains a noteworthy building of nearly 30,000 sq. ft. at 3900 Singer Boulevard NE. Cascade Plaza is a newly developed 9-story, 175,000 sq. ft., mixed-use project in the heart of Ithaca’s Urban Renewal District. The development is the result of a partnership between the City of Ithaca and Cornell University aimed at encouraging redevelopment of the downtown area. The expansion of an existing Federally Qualified Health Care facility located in Dorchester, MA known as Dorchester House Multi-Service Center. Construction for Habitat homes across Iowa will create 125 construction jobs and one full-time affiliate job, in addition to retaining 73 full-time and 16 part-time affiliate jobs. Financing to support Family Health Centers of San Diego’s construction of a new, comprehensive care center in the city of El Cajon. Renovating old buildings and keeping neighborhoods free of crime are just two ways to improve communities. Renovation of a historic 5-story building which now serves as its headquarters in the center of downtown Fitchburg. Financing for a construction project replacing an older, smaller mental health services campus that must close due to SeaTac airport’s expansion plans. NMTC financing supported a food hub that provides warehousing, storage, distribution, logistics, processing, and business development support to local food business and producers, as well as event space for rent and public space for visitors. The three-part project involved the construction of 100 HOPE VI units, the renovation of a K-8 school and the construction of a new YMCA. Wexford Science+ Technology is developing the UM Life Science Park to provide opportunities to foster the development of life sciences, technology, and biotechnology innovations. Mixed-use development featuring community-oriented retail and housing space for local residents. NMTC financing for a Retirement home and health clinic The renovation of the Eastman Theatre preserved the Italian Renaissance grandeur of the building’s performance hall, re-named Kodak Hall, while ushering in 21st century improvements, including a state-of-the-art sound system and reconfigured seating. Solar energy provider, SolarVision, LLC, is making it possible for schools, municipalities and businesses to take advantage of the economic and environmental benefits of solar power. NMTC financing for Mottainai, a mixed-use project. A new facility for the non-profit foundation that supports the mission of the Lehigh Valley Charter Arts School. A private non-profit educational organization located on Clearwater Beach, FL expanded, creating a world-class facility. Mercy Health’s St. Elizabeth Hospital in Youngstown, Ohio is renovated a 32,000 SF section of its current facility and creating a Behavioral Health Institute. The project involves the phased construction or rehabilitation over 100 affordable single-family homes over a seven-year period in the Columbus, Ohio area. KIPP Academy Lynn believes that engaged students are strong students, capable of attaining a college education. Financing for a new library, bringing foot traffic and aesthetic improvements to Main Street Sarla Performance Fibers, based out of Mumbai, India, began the expansion of a new polyester yarn and thread manufacturing facility in rural South Carolina in early 2013. ​The Historic Apollo Theatre is an iconic landmark, single screen movie house which had fallen into despair. The rehabilitation and renovation was made possible by an allocation of NMTCs. This $22.4 million project involved the conversion and expansion of the long vacant, historic Kinnell-Kresge building into a state-of-the-art movie house. Financing for 94 habitat for humanity homes. Founded in 1949, Variety Boys & Girls Club serves children in the Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles. NMTC financing supported the construction of The Greater Boston Food Bank The Taylor County Health Center is a new public health facility that consolidates healthcare services previously distributed among several locations throughout the city. PACE, opened in January 2009, enables frail seniors to maintain as much independence as possible and to stay in their own homes by providing all levels of medical, social, personal care, and respite services for seniors NMTC financing renovated 800 West Broadway, a highly visible and blighted structure in an economically struggling area of North Minneapolis. NMTC financing supported the construction of the Chickasaw Nation Department of Culture and Humanities Spartanburg Community College renovated a vacant historic building, originally a local high school, into a new Downtown Campus. A new 65,900 sq. ft. facility will be constructed at the 1.79 acre site, featuring 28 classrooms, 3 flex rooms, 13 pullout spaces for small group learning, music, art, media center, a 6,270 sq. ft. gymnasium, serving kitchen, outdoor play space, and administrative office space Bijou Square is part of the City of Bridgeport’s $800 million planned renewal and redevelopment of its downtown. Synergy Services is a fully accredited not-for-profit human service organization that provides assistance and shelter to victims of violence including young children, adolescents and women. The Christian Brothers School new multi-purpose facility constitutes the first new building constructed in the New Orleans institution’s fifty-year history. Funding for the acquisition and renovation of a 3-story building located at 2934 West Lake Street in East Garfield Park for a nonprofit service provider. Construction of a new 21,000 square foot office as well as a new service facility, opening up opportunities for even more expansion of the already growing business. NMTC financing for the PMS’ Farmington and Socorro FQHCs. LIIF provided Launchpad Development Company with NMTC financing for the development for Rocketship Discovery Prep in San Jose, California. Wood Street Commons is a 16 floor building, with floors 1-6 designated for commercial office space and floors 7-16 providing housing for single men. East End Cooperative Ministry (EECM) is a 501-C-3 corporation providing a wide range of social services addressing the pressing needs of residents in Pittsburgh’s East End. Completed in mid-2005, the buildings provide transitional housing for 78 men for up to one year, 23 units of permanent low-income housing, space to prepare 500-1000 meals for the homeless, mail and banking services for 500 individuals, hygiene services for 200-300 individuals, mental health services, substance abuse counseling and support, wellness services, case management, home […] Through a partnership with JPMorgan Chase, LIIF provided Bronx Lighthouse Charter School NMTC financing to build a new high school in the South Bronx. The Massachusetts Department of Transitional Assistance - a state agency that provides transitional assistance to low-income families - now occupies three floors of a NMTC financed facility. Capitol Hill Housing Improvement Program redeveloped an underutilized, City-owned parking lot into a 150,000 sq. ft. mixed use, transit-oriented development. NDC’s investment helped finance the construction of a new Medical Arts Pavilion, which is part of a larger project to improve their ability to bring vital medical facilities to residents of remote and isolated parts of Washington State. A local plumbing supply company dating back to 1887 renovated the historic oh Dean building located at 3536 Main Street and converted it into office and retail space. NMTC financing to construct a new 27,000 sq. ft. facility, which includes versatile classrooms, confidential meeting spaces, and a community gathering area The acquisition of machinery and equipment to be used in the nearly 1,000,0000 square foot tire manufacturing facility, which is located in rural West Point, MS. In 2015, AltCap designated $14.5M in NMTC allocation to Sioux Chief Manufacturing to help build a new $40M facility at the CenterPoint-KCS Intermodal Center in south Kansas City. Due to the lack of further expansion options at the existing store, Vicente's opened a second 33,416 sq. ft. store in downtown Brockton at 160 Pleasant Street in a very low-income neighborhood. NMTC financing closed the feasibility gap to make possible the revitalization of the historic Old Lynn School and provide a new home and state-of-the-art facility for Girls Incorporated of Lynn. The Phoenix Rescue Mission was founded in 1952 in downtown Phoenix where an evening meal, Chapel service, and clothing were provided to the poor and homeless, serving between 35 and 50 clients each day. Financing provided in 2014 was designated as a working capital loan. A new $35 million-dollar, 95,000 square foot data center facility and global headquarters in historic Eatonville, Florida - the first African-American incorporated municipality in the U.S. The Pacific Northwest College of Art is a spectacular 130,000 sq. ft. rehabilitation of former U.S. Post Office in downtown Portland, OR. The three-story office building was originally built in 1889 and has been a seminary, a macaroni factory, a generator factory, and an office building. Redesign maintained leases with three nonprofit organizations and recruited a dynamic mix of new tenants for the rest of the building. A new health center creates and retains high-quality jobs and gives band members access to state-of-the-art medical and dental care while also attracting patients and customers from surrounding communities. The land acquisition and new construction of a 15,000 SF building in a highly distressed census tract in Revere, MA, by East Boston Neighborhood Health Center, an FQHC, for a PACE Center. New construction of a 40,000 sq. ft. 1-story advanced warehouse facility with a 3-story 30,000 sq. ft. of office space for a minority-owned office and biomedical supply company. Arts Block/Pushkin and Bank Row are two projects involving the renovation of five historic, mostly vacant buildings, totaling nearly 40,000 sq. ft., clustered around the main intersection in downtown Greenfield. A New Markets Tax Credit transaction funds construction of a wood-fiber insulation factory at the former UPM paper mill in Madison. Dégagé Ministries is expanding its current facility and services with the help of funding from Michigan Community Capital. A new community building is home to four other organizations with hope for more: Front Porch Alliance, youth support services; Connection for Good, computer training and job skill development; Future Leaders Outreach Network, teaching life skills and leadership; and the Presbyterian district offices. Ednovate, Inc. is a Charter Management Organization designed and developed by the USC Rossier School of Education in 2012 to close the graduation gap for high-need students in Los Angeles. NMTC financing to fund the new construction of the Debbie Allen Dance Academy. Once complete in 2023, the former Key School annex building will become the new, larger home of The Field School, an independent elementary school founded in 2017 to prioritize the educational needs of low-income students on the west side of Chicago. Financing for a woman/minority-owned meat market to relocate to a larger location. The project is a new 51,000 sq. ft. health clinic and recreation center focused on increasing the life expectancy for tribal members. The financing the construction and equipping of a center, located in Dallas, Texas, for non-residential clinical counseling, advocacy and legal services for women and children who are victims of domestic violence. LIIF’s investment in the development of a campus for high-performing charter schools in Los Angeles, CA. The renovation of the Historic Crispus Attucks Theatre included an investment of $7,500,000 and would not have been possible without the use of NMTCS. The California Statewide CDC provided $8.5 million of NMTC allocation to Open Door Community Health Centers enabling Open Door to fund an expansion. NMTC financing supported a new innovation district in Fort Wayne, IN. Renovation and new construction for Briya and Bridges Public Charter Schools with space for a FQHC health clinic. The SEED School of Los Angeles is part of a catalytic Transit Priority Joint Development Project at the major intersection of Vermont and Manchester in South Los Angeles. The project developed a vacant brownfield lot into a 21,000 sq. ft. wellness cente providing services to 14,500 patients. The Upward Star Center provides a home base for Upward Unlimited to train and equip coaches and leaders, and serves as a testing facility for sports development and technique improvement. Revolution Energy Solutions LLC headquartered in Washington DC decided to install anaerobic digesters and a CHP plant to convert pig manure into usable energy on a larger pig livestock farms in Magnolia County, NC. Construction of a 6-story facility with 16 classrooms, commercial kitchen & cafeteria, gym, green roof. NMTC financing supported the rehab of the historic Wayne Theatre. The Caritas Center in Santa Rosa, CA is a new 3-story 46,500 sq. ft. center providing supportive services for the homeless and near homeless, a medical respite for homeless and a 2,000 sq. The construction of a new Good Shepherd School campus, allowing the school to add two Pre-K4 classes and an additional class in all other grade levels at a private school. After years of planning, Millwald Theatre Inc. was given the go-ahead to begin construction thanks to NMTC financing. Dakkota Integrated Systems expanded its facilities with assistance from a NMTC allocation from Michigan Community Capital. NMTC financing supported the Ampro project. SCORE allocated $8.5MM of federal NMTC allocation and $8.25MM of IL State NMTC allocation to Perspectives Charter Schools for the acquisition and refurbishment of a new campus building, to enable PCS to increase the number of students it serves, and create quality jobs. Rehabilitation and redevelopment of the Koppel Building creates 59k sq. ft. of mixed-use retail and residential space Madisonville Phase III will construct a new complex in the Madisonville neighborhood. NMTC financing for the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati, which partners with families and others to create an environment in which individuals with Down Syndrome. RDP allocated $18MM in NMTCs to help Delco Trailers construct a new 550,000 sq. ft. trailer manufacturing facility. RDP allocated $10M in NMTCs to help Alstom expand their specialized manufacturing equipment line to rural America, and continue investing in Hornell (NY) as a key long-term U.S. Financing to expand the capacity and efficiency of a food bank distribution center as they fight food insecurity in a 20-county tri-state region. Schumer Has Made The Extension Of The NMTC Program A Top Priority; CFHC used the New Markets Tax Credit program to purchase and renovate 4 locations Senator Durbin (D-IL) was on hand for a ribbon-cutting at Center @501 June 28th. Summers-Taylor Inc. expects to make the Model MIll on West Walnut Street its new headquarters by the end of the year (2020). Conversion of historic buildings into a mixed-use commercial space that includes a health clinic, social service healthcare providers, a local bookshop, café, restaurant, potter, office space, and retail space tailored to support a local grocer. “I love this town, I love this community and Mott Community College has been such an anchor for us through great times and some real struggle.” -Rep. Dan Kildee (D-MI) Congressman Bruce Westerman (R-AR) and Senator John Boozman (R-AR) toured the new Highland Pellets plant in Pine Bluff, AR. Caring Health Center / Community Health Center (CHC), located at 1049 Main St., dedicated as the Richard E. Neal Complex at a dedication ceremony held on Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. "I had several informative meetings in Cincinnati Friday.  Here are a few of the highlights.I started the day off with a tour of Over-the-Rhine Community Housing, where I had the opportunity to meet with several of the residents." Rep. Marcy Kaptur, Cleveland-Cliffs CEO Lourenco Goncalves, Gov. Mike DeWine and Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz join Direct Reduction plant workers to cut a ribbon commemorating six months of operations. . Today's groundbreaking is a sign that a new heyday is coming for Pittsburgh and for America — one that will transform and revive an entire sector of the American economy in every corner of our great nation." -Congressman (now former) Doyle (D-PA) "MPHCAZ provides free or low-cost mammograms to AZ women." - Senator Sinema Congressman Gomez was on hand for a groundbreaking ceremony for the Terasaki Budokan center. “I am proud to support this new facility, which will expand access to comprehensive health and wellness services for thousands of people in and around the Desert Hot Springs community,” said Rep. Ruiz. Berkshire Family YMCA in Pittsfield put shovels in the ground on November 10, 2021, to begin an $12 million overhaul of the historic site that has called North Street home for over a hundred years. The $12 million overhaul of a historic site that has called North Street home for over a hundred years for a YMCA. NMTC financing helped the Shasta Community Health Center to fund Phase III of an expansion project for SCHC’s main medical facility in Redding, California. NMTC financing for Shasta Community Health Cente, a Federally Qualified Health Center that has been providing comprehensive primary health and dental care to residents of Shasta County, CA since 1988. Milwaukee Women’s Center, a domestic violence organization that’s provided supportive services and emergency shelter since 1980, stepped in to save the safe haven. With a $625,000 loan from IFF, a CDFI dedicated solely to meeting the real-estate needs of nonprofits, MWC bought the building and made critical renovations. A purpose-built ice cream kitchen designed by award-winning Minnesota architect David Salmela - is taking shape across and up the Mississippi in a lot just across Gold Medal Park from the Guthrie Theatre. GCI Communication Corp, an Alaska telecommunications company, will extend its broadband network to the Aleutian Island Chain to provide service to rural Alaska Native Villages. Financing for Budokan, a multi-purpose community facility in a highly distressed area of downtown Los Angeles. NMTC financing for the City of Desert Hot Springs Community Health and Wellness Center, conceived in 2003 to provide facilities for a medically underserved community to improve the health and welfare of the community. Financing for the Boys and Girls Club of Miami-Dade to expand their programming. Somerset Academy South Miami, SoMi, is a free, public charter school that opened its doors during the 2009-2010 school year. Financing for an accredited 6-12 school, integrates sports-related themes in the classroom to engage students in the classroom. Construction financing for two school buildings totaling 54,000 sq. ft. The Fox Theater project involved the acquisition and rehabilitation of a historic Art Deco theater located in the heart of downtown Spokane. The Appalachian Fund for Growth provided NMTC financing to support All American Enterprises, a millwork manufacturer in Altmont, TN. The company does custom millwork, countertops, and cabinetry. An 82,000 square foot renovation of existing space for a regional medical center. River Gorge Capital used NMTC financing to provide working capital and to purchase inventory to facilitate growth of Heartland Ag's operations at a new wholesale facility. Heartland Ag services and sells agricultural equipment. Financing to Natureplex to support the purchase and equipping of a new facility A public-private partnership improves education in Jackson, TN. NMTC financing helped Gammill, a quilt machine manufacturer, grow their business. Established in 1929, INDEECO designs and manufactures a complete line of heating equipment, including space heaters, industrial component heaters and electronic controls for commercial, industrial and marine markets located domestically and internationally. NMTC financing supported Westover Farms, a recreational and lodging facility that also processes and sells fresh caught trout. Founded in 1927, Valley Minerals is a stocking manufacturer of dolomitic quicklime and is one of the largest employers in Bonne Terre, Missouri. NMTC financing supported environmental cleanup at at cobalt mining operation. NMTC financing for a nursing and residential care facility. The NMTC provided financing for L&R Industries, a major area employer and stalwart of industry in Cabool, MO and the surrounding region. The NMTC financed the acquisition and development of a new warehouse for Norwood Real Estate, an operating company for manufacturing detainment houses and complexes for jails and prison systems, as well as disaster relief "mobile cities". The construction of a peanut processing plant that allows Delta Peanut, a cooperative of 73 family-owned peanut farms, to process and directly sell its peanuts, rather than outsourcing this activity to third party vendors. Renovation of the historic BandO Warehouse in 2007, transforming this full city-block grain repository into a dynamic hive of creative office and ground floor retail spaces. A transformative multi-phase project, initiated in 2007, to redevelop a complex of 19th-century textile mills along the Merrimack River into a thriving mixed-use neighborhood. The new Ivy Hill Preschool creates a place of beauty, a place where children would feel competent - and a place that is safe and nurturing. Signature Health is a nonprofit, Federally Qualified Health Center serving multiple counties in Northeast Ohio for over 25 years. Construction of a 106,369 sq. ft. educational facility on donated property. When the Latin American Montessori Bilingual Charter School in Washington, DC embarked on a project to renovate its new facility, NMTC financing helped the school finance energy efficiency measures that were designed to give the school a lifetime of operating budget savings. New construction 32,000 sq. ft. facility that now houses eight classrooms, four therapy rooms, a library, a fine arts complex, a full-sized gymnasium and a commercial teaching kitchen. New construction of a 40,000 sq. ft. facility that provided comprehensive medical and mental health services, substance abuse treatment, and recovery activities for patients with complex health and social needs and housing for 16 homeless transitional-aged youth. The German Club is the rehabilitation of the shuttered, historically significant 16,000 sq. ft. German American Club building, and the construction of an adjacent 15,000 sq. The redevelopment of the historic Bedford-Union Armory located in the Crown Heights community in Brooklyn. Civic Builders expertly completed a swift renovation of a former Catholic school building to meet the 21st century needs of BVP Middle School 1. Redevelopment, expansion, and new construction of an owner-occupied nonprofit office and healthcare space with a community room that is accessible by multiple third-party nonprofits. The new, multimillion-dollar Nomlaki Administrative and Community Centers. The renovation of two historically-significant buildings and the construction of the green, LEED gold certified “Court Annex 2” building to create an urban center that offers 74 live/work units, 40,500 sq. ft. of commercial space and 44 on-site parking spaces. This private high school opened in 2012 through a unique partnership of local educators, businesses, and universities. This project brings a healthy foods grocery to the Central Business Distract and Over-the-Rhine neighborhoods of Cincinnati. Salvaging and adaptively reusing the existing East Market Building, reopening Lexington Street for pedestrians, and building a new 63,000 square foot market building on the south parking lot that is a modern interpretation of one of the original 1900s market sheds. Acquistion and construction/rehab of prodcution space for small and mid-size manufactures. Construction of a four story transitional housing, rescue mission and administrative office facility for a homeless service provider. This project involved the historic renovation of a 3-story, sq. ft. commercial office building. Located near the University of Cincinnati campus, Crossroads Uptown serves the college community and Uptown neighborhoods north of downtown Cincinnati. NMTC financing supported the construction of the Match Charter Public School The construction of three additional production lines, line expansions, new distribution, and the purchase of shipping and material handling equipment for food manufacturing facility. NMTC financing for Ellicott Commons/Oak Street School, a mixed-use project. Financing for the acquisition and development of a community space within PS 90 - a Harlem public school building abandoned for 30 years. Completed in 2010, the Mercantile Block in Providence, RI is the third of arts organization AS220’s development projects in Providence’s Downcity Arts District. A 94,000 square foot hospital facility for orthopedic and spine procedures developed by a unique partnership of 42 orthopedic and spine surgeons in the Phoenix area, Catholic Healthcare West and United Surgical Partners International. The renovation of the ZCMI warehouse not only brought an historic building back into use, but also contributed to the large-scale revitalization of a Brownfields area. With the help of NMTCs and HTCs, Alembic Community Development restored the structure and transformed it into the 23,000-square-foot Jack and Jake’s Public Market, artist exhibition space and shared office space for nonprofit, social and creative entrepreneurs. The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation built a new adult residential treatment center in the heart of its ancestral-land in Keller, WA. The Des Moines Social Club spans two buildings, multiple floors, an outdoor courtyard and features an art gallery, gift shop, black-box theater, music venue, restaurant, and coffee shop, as well as numerous performance spaces, classrooms, and nonprofit office space. To expand educational opportunities for children and support families in West Philadelphia, Drexel University undertook the challenge of expanding the capacity and improving the facilities of two existing neighborhood public schools in West Philadelphia. The project consisted of the initial phase of the redevelopment of a vacant 7.2 acre Brownfield Site at Greenfield Avenue and S. 1st Street in Milwaukee, WI. The project consisted of the initial phase of the redevelopment of a vacant 7.2 acre Brownfield Site at Greeneld Avenue and S. 1st Street in Milwaukee, WI. A new food distribution center provides food for low-income individuals and classrooms for outreach programs. The Urban Community School, a private nonprofit K-8 school in a downtown Cleveland neighborhood, is expanding its campus to include substantial community benefits. The Building Hope project is a new construction of a 30,230 sq. ft. facility with both shelter and longer-term housing for 64 single adult women and 48 families. The renovation and expansion of the Montfort Jones Memorial Hospital which provides critical healthcare services to an extremely rural, medically underserved population in Mississippi. NMTC financing for the new School of Osteopathic Medicine for University of the Incarnate Word. The renovation of a 21,000 square foot three-story building in order to expand an existing health clinic in Phoenix, Arizona. The YWCA of Salt Lake City constructed a new domestic violence shelter and a transitional housing facility for homeless women on the grounds of the organization’s downtown campus. Former Permitite adhesives manufacturing facility converted into a adaptive mixed-use in NE Arts District.. Through New Market Tax Credits, Sunrise provided financing for Hiawatha Collegiate High School’s new location, which was at the former Shasta bottling plant at 3500 E. Town Hall Education Arts Recreation Campus was developed by a nonprofit called Building Bridges Across the River to address the economic, academic and social challenges facing families living east of the Anacostia River, in wards 7 and 8 - the poorest and most underserved communities in Washington, D.C. Atlanta Youth Academy is a Pre-K-to-8 independent school that provides robust education opportunities to low-income students, predominantly from single-parent households with median annual incomes of under $24,000. A new redevelopment project rresulted in 52 apartments, a commercial kitchen that prepares fresh and healthy meals for schools and social service clients and offer job training, and retail and warehouse space in a rapidly transforming neighborhood. A family-owned service company with a long history in Kansas City is now able to grow its business and expand its reach in the city. The construction of the new hospital facility for the Singing River Hospital System. Rehab of the Fuller Paint Building into a new headquarters for Big-D Construction Corp. Transformation of an underutilized downtown New Brunswick site into a major transit-oriented, mixed-use facility focused on community health. NMTC financing supported the construction of the KIPP DC Hamilton Campus, adjacent to Union Market and Gallaudet University. A new Technologically Advanced and Vertically Integrated manufacturing facility in the United States; manufacturing a high quality Made in the USA product line of office chairs and furniture at prices that can compete with imported product from China. Since its inception in 1983, Center in the Square has been the major catalyst for development and renewal in downtown Roanoke, VA. ST Paper purchased the Oconto Falls mill in 2007 and made investments in the operation to expand its customer reach and improve production capabilities. The 1812 Ashland building is in Baltimore's Eager Park neighborhood, near Johns Hopkins University's East Baltimore campus. The adaptive reuse of a historic, 111-year old shuttered cotton mill and new construction on a site that has been virtually inactive since 1962. Creation of 300 quality jobs at an auto part manufacturing facility in Detroit. NMTC financing for the rehab of a 78,000 sq. ft. building. The 1st floor of the building is leased to a charter school on the lower levels and approximately 158 rental apartment units above. A $51.5 million one-of-a-kind community facility is now home to early childhood education programs, youth development and education programs, mental health counseling, art education programs for young artists and seniors, recreation and wellness programs, adult education programs, and senior programs. The NMTC supported the redevelopment of an entire block - a blighted area in downtown Concord called the “Sanel Block,” on South Main Street. NMTC project provides area residents a place to work and 275 jobs. Second Harvest Food Bank of Central was able to secure a new, 100,000 sq. ft. food bank and distribution center serving central Florida communities thanks to the NMTC. The Local Initiatives Support Corporation, in partnership with Chase, provided $14.25 million in NMTCs to Southeast Georgia Health System’s Community Care Center. NMTCs financed a 53,000 sq. ft. facility expansion project. NMTC financing supported the construction of the MacArthur Park Transit-Oriented Development Rehabilitation of four historic buildings into a market-rate apartment community consisting of 55 rental apartment units, 12,906 square feet of ground floor commercial space, and 43 adjacent parking spaces. The Birthplace of Country Music Cultural Heritage Center has expanded the live music scene and stimulated the development of new businesses, including restaurants, hotels, breweries, and retail. Through partnerships with banks from inside and outside of the region, HOPE was able to use the NMTC Program to finance the construction of a new facility in a community where 4 out of 10 families live in poverty. Salt Lake County received NMTC financing for the historic renovation of the downtown Capitol Theatre. Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity built a new headquarters building to house its staff, coordinate volunteers and provide space for educational and advocacy programs. NMTCS were also a significant source of funding in the restoration of the Ferdinand W. Roebling mansion. NMTC financing supported a small business owner's restaurant. Aker BioMarine, a Norwegian biotechnology firm, is partnering with the French nutraceutical firm, Naturex Inc., to convert a vacant Dryer’s Grand Ice Cream facility into a biomarine manufacturing plant which extracts omega-3 from krill fish for human consumption. The transformation of a brick building at 807 Broadway Street in Northeast Minneapolis into modern-day business park. ​The Kress at Third and Main Project involved the rehab of three buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. NMTC financing supported solar panels for Balboa Elementary school. NMTC financing to rehab the Morgens Brothers building, constructed in 1910. Financing for a new facility for the Thurgood Marshall Academy, DC’s first law-related charter school. After sitting idle for more than three decades, the Pere Marquette R.R. Depot became the bustling center of activity that it was over a century ago. A NMTC transaction supported the purchase and development of a third healthy food retail site, and to develop warehouse capacity that allowed the market to provide healthy, freshly-prepared foods to customers. Blackstone Valley Prep Mayoral Academy High School is the third school developed in the partnership between Civic Builders and the BVP charter network. Artspace Commons North is a green, mixed-use artist community in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. The Morris Heights Health Center has been caring for low-income residents of the Bronx for nearly three decades. Community Medical Centers, the largest and most comprehensive hospital system in California’s San Joaquin Valley, developed the Deran Koligian Ambulatory Care Center to increase medical services to surrounding underserved communities. NMTC financing supported the American Samoa Power Authority project. NMTC financing supported the construction of an R&D laboratory and research center. A printing company in Hempstead received financing for working capital and equipment. NMTC financing will power reimagination of historic former Negro League baseball stadium in Paterson, N.J. Financing for a discount grocery store in an area lacking many affordable food options. The NMTC supported Rich Products’ new state-of-the-art frozen dessert processing center is located in Missouri City, Texas. Financing for a federally qualified health center. NMTC financing supported Lake Montessori in Leesburg, FL. NMTC financing supported the TMP Services, Inc. project. Financing to transform the formerly blighted downtown Lancaster into the new Lancaster Promenade: a vibrant social and commercial hub. Financing supported Pineywoods Community Academy, a public, open enrollment Charter School. Navy Island constructed a 92,000 sq. ft manufacturing facility and upgraded its woodworking equipment. A family service center for Hennepin County residents, offering youth programs and individual support. Financing for a nonprofit that offers care and support to children and young adults with a shortened life-expectancy, and to their families who love them Greater Fox Cities Habitat for Humanity is an innovative leader in diverse housing solutions by empowering families and inspiring community-wide action to break the cycle of poverty. The NMTC helped Fox Cities Habitat create dozens of new, affordable, for-sale homes for local residents. The NMTC supported light industrial space outfitted for multiple manufacturers. The rehabilitation of the former Fort Gillem Army Base into an 1168-acre master planned park. The Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska provides critical education to at-risk infants, toddlers, preschoolers and their families through the new Educare Winnebago, a comprehensive early childhood education program that helps children from low-income families close the educational achievement gap. An NMTC investment supported NGC’s expansion project at its new headquarters located in the Telegraph District. The NMTC supported a $9.3 million expansion of the rubber mixing operations at its Continental Tire's industrial hose plant in Norfolk. New construction of mixed-use building offering flex office, R&D and high-bay light-industrial maker space. Phase 1 included 95,000 sq. ft. of flex-office space with Carnegie Mellon University as an anchor tenant. Construction of a state-of-the-art Animal Resource Center in the Homewood Neighborhood. The expansion of Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina, doubling the size of their main warehouse Smith NMTC and Stonehenge partnered to provided $6 million in NMTC financing to Indian River County Habitat for Humanity, an organization founded to help ensure everyone has a place to live. Financing to support East Coast Aluminum Products, Inc, an aluminum supplier and wholesaler located in Fort Pearce. Development of a project, including a 17,400 square foot early childhood and parent development center, a 32,650 square foot federally qualified health center with a 115 square foot food bank and a 10,000 square foot community facility for Urban Squash Cleveland which provides school mentoring, meals and counseling. NMTC financing supported the creation of the Wigham Health Center in Anderson, Indiana. The project involves the construction of a 41,260 sq. ft., state-of-the-art clinic facility in Morehouse Parish. Italpollina U.S.A Inc., a developer of organic biostimulant fertilizers constructed and equiped a 15,000 sq. ft. research and development facility on a seven-acre site across from its existing operations in Anderson, Indiana. The expansion of a manufacturing facility, consiting of a more than 80,000 sq. ft. of new space. 10 affordable homes created through the Greater Metropolitan Housing Corporation The project is a $16.1MM, 56,925 sq. ft. educational facility designed to provide in-demand automotive, mechanic, and other technical training in Indianapolis, Indiana. Working capital to help a communications provider expand. Construction of a 200,000 sq. ft. warehouse/distribution center. NMTC financing supported the construction of the FIBERTOWN Colocation Data Center Interfaith Family Services, a nonprofit dedicated to empowering families in crisis to break the cycle of poverty, used NMTC financing for facilities improvements. NMTC financing supported improvements on 3 properties including healthy food production, employment training, retail, adult day services, and federally qualified health center provind urgent care. Multi-Tenant Education and Technology Innovation Hub that expands coding-education and workforce training opportunities for an underserved diverse population in rural Mississippi. New 78,000 sq. ft. mixed-use development that transforms a vacant lot, located at the intersection of 3 impoverished neighborhoods, into a mixed-use, multicultural, community hub. Financing for the repurpose of the historic Red Bird Mall in southern Dallas while focusing on community impact driven tenants. Community First! Village: 312 housing units, support services, and facilities for individuals coming out of chronic homelessness. The project involves the redevelopment of the Parker J. Noyes building, a vacant, historic three-story, 11,650 sq. ft. wood and steel building into ground floor commercial space and six workforce apartment units on the second and third floor. Financing to acquire, develop, construct and lease certain improvements on a campus providing services for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The project expands AJCES with a new building and gymnasium on a site adjacent to its existing school building. Construction of a 38,000 square foot new medical clinic and corporate offices located in the economically distressed and medically underserved neighborhood of Woodlawn on Chicago’s south side. The borrower was seeking funding for the purchase and installation of a software system used across the entirety of their parent institution. Funding to remodel the lower floor of a medical building, allowing for the addition of doctors and staff. The Wheeler Mission Center for Women and Children, located at 3208 East Michigan Street, was chosen for investment through the City of Indianapolis’ NMTC award. Finances working capital and expansion plans for Loving Arms, LLC, a minority owned business with locations in Jackson and Memphis, providing home healthcare services to seniors and individuals with intellectual and development disabilities that require assistance to ensure the activities and necessities of daily living are met. New construction of a 15,000 sq. ft. community-centered co-op grocery store in a food desert in Dayton, Ohio. Development and construction of a childhood education facility, a physical and mental health and wellness center and other community facilities. Construction of medical facility that includes an residential opioid use/substance use disorder treatment services Remediation and rehabilitation of a 23,000+ sq. ft. warehouse building for equipment related to traffic control. Phase 1 of the Village of Hope involved construction of four buildings to provide medical respite for homeless residents and apartment buildings for homeless veterans and homeless families. The new construction of a 165,000 SF one-stop service center providing an innovative approach to address the fragmented and uncoordinated health and social service care offered to low-income special needs individuals and their families. NMTC financing supported the Mission Neighborhood Centers project. The rehabilitation and new construction of a public charter elementary school. An innovative project redeveloped a vacant 9-acre brownfield site into a sustainability campus which includes a biodigester, greenhouse space, community garden with a fresh produce stand and a visitor’s center with classrooms for STEM programs and community activities. Rehabilitation of a former dance club into nonprofit office space for 2 organizations focused on youth education. Finances the renovation and expansion of a vacant 43,515-sq. ft., single-story office building on 4.31 acres, repurposed into a K-8 school. New construction of a 24,600 sq. ft. homeless shelter serving men, women, and children. CompleteCare Health Network’s new 29,301 sq. ft. location, housed in downtown Bridgeton, NJ, will combine two current Bridgeton-based CompleteCare locations into one, as well as some services currently contained in other areas of Cumberland County. Working capital for the Community Music Center, a nonprofit arts education organization, enabling it to continue to provide music education to approximately 5,000 local youth, young adults, adults and seniors. The purchase of the new building will allow SuprMarkt LA to move to a permanent brick and mortar location that will provide them additional space to offer education and healthy food cooking classes in addition to a permanent brick and mortar location to support future growth. Construction of a new middle school building to expand the current K-5 enrollment to K-8. Construction of a 38,740 sq. ft. Food Market Hall dedicated to local food and entrepreneurial food vendors. Partial demolition, renovation, and a two-story addition to an existing commercial building. A new, 555,000 square foot facility with eight operating rooms, four endoscopy rooms, a Cancer Center, surgical clinics including orthopedics, general surgery, ENT, oral surgery, an Eye Center, and imaging, pharmacy, lab, central sterile supply and common support spaces, and a corridor bridge to link the building with Grady Memorial Hospital. Construction of a 189,000 sq. ft. commercial office building to be leased for 17 years by the University of Cincinnati. The NMTC financed the construction of a 34,000-sq. ft. facility that will house a 12,000-sq. ft. Center for Workforce Innovation and 22,000-sq. ft. retail store. Financing for the construction of the retail component of a 150+ unit affordable housing development that anchored by Clínica Tepeyac and also provide space for a fresh food retailer. Renovation and expansion of 32,921 sq. ft. of space for the YMCA, supporting new community goods and services. New construction of a 28,200 SF community center where low-income individuals and families will have access to workforce development, early childhood, GED and associate degree programs as well as a pediatric healthcare clinic. In 2020, the NMTC provided patient financing for the nonprofit to facilitate the construction of 14 scattered site, for-sale affordable housing units. New construction of 29,000 sq. ft., 2 floor pediatric health clinic which will serve predominately black children. The Ysleta Del Sur Pueblo Native American Medical Clinic project is the new construction of a 78,100 sq. ft. facility in El Paso, TX. Construction of a four-story, co-op grocery anchored, mixed-use development consisting of 11,000 sq. ft. commercial space and 48 residential rental units in rural Mount Pleasant, MI. USU-Moab is the construction of the 22,120 sq. ft. Academic Building; the first building to be constructed on the 40-acre new campus in the rural SE region of Utah. Construction of modern professional office space in downtown Buckhannon, WV consisting of modern amenities and technology along with fiber gigabit connectivity. The Boys and Girls Club of Philadelphia project is the renovation of a 3-story 64,405 sq. ft. community facility to house the creation of the Ralph J. Roberts Germantown Boys & Girls Club. Construction of a new 55,765sf practice, performance and outreach facility for the Cincinnati Ballet in the Walnut Hills neighborhood. The NMTC supported a new 5-story 29,284 sq. ft. expansion to an existing building in the Little Havana neighborhood of Miami, FL. The NMTC financed the construction of Restoration House, a 45,330 sq. ft. low-barrier shelter for homeless women and children. Expansion of the Guadalupe Center's capacity with the addition of two new campuses. Financing certain costs incurred or to be incurred in connection with the renovation and development of public library. The NMTCS investment finances the acquisition and rehabilitation of a 25-unit apartment complex in Escondido. Acquisition and adaptation of a former nursing home for use as a multi-purpose social service agency and transitional/treatment housing. Provident Public Health Center is the renovation of the historically significant Provident Mutual Life Insurance Building which has been vacant for over 20 years, into a medical campus in a medically underserved area. Construction of a 375,000 sq. ft. e-commerce grocery fulfillment center in Forest Park, Georgia. NMTC financing was used to make some much needed improvements to a YMCA facility including to the pool, gym, adding air conditioning to the building. Project to finance the development of Groundworks Collaborative’s new permanent campus in Brattleboro, VT. The borrower was seeking funding for the purchase and installation of a software system used across the entirety of their parent institution. Construction of a new, state-of-the-art heavy truck dealership which will offer sales and support for new, used, rental and leased heavy-duty trucks and equipment. Rehabilitation, renovation, construction, and other project costs related to the expansion of an existing 3,200 SF building to be transformed into the "Center for Opportunity", consisting of a homeless shelter, job training center, social services, and United Way administrative offices facility in Bismarck, ND. The build out of a 25,500 sq ft community facility that quadruples the existing direct client serving space. The construction of an appoximately 19,820 sq. ft. building for use serving low-income entrepreneurs as a small business incubator and entrepreneur training center in Saint Paul, MN. The ground up development of a 54,000 sq. ft. Class A office building in Fremont, NE that will serve as the new headquarters for RTG Medical, a veteran-owned staffing agency that matches traveling health care professionals with short-term assignments around the country. Funding for the Vallarta Van Nuys project was used for the substantial rehabilitation of the property to transform the 124,000 sq. ft. parcel of land into a 40,000 sq. With homelessness in Los Angeles continuing to rise at alarming rates, community development financial institution Genesis LA partnered with service provider Union Rescue Mission to construct a new 74,866 square foot transitional housing facility. The University of California, San Diego has extended its reach into downtown San Diego’s East Village neighborhood. Transofrmation of the Oakland Auditorium and Calvin Simmons Theatre into a mixed-use facility that will provide arts organizations and nonprofits with much needed, affordable, performance, rehearsal and office space all under one roof. Construction and development of a 5-story, mixed-use building consisting of 68 residential units, parking and approximately 12,000 sq. ft. of ground floor commercial and retail space. A newly constructed and rehabilitated facility features 242 beds, multipurpose rooms, community rooms, a medical recovery room, day room, offices, reading room, and an elevator for increased accessibility. Construction of a new three-story, 51,700 SF behavioral health facility in the rural community of DuBois, PA. Redevelopment of the 86,000 square foot blighted complex (that includes 6 buildings) in East Baltimore’s Middle East neighborhood, which had been vacant since 1981 and was in a state of complete despair. The project was for the purchase of a large piece of equipment and the construction of real estate needed to house the new equiment. Acquisition and renovation of a 33,938 sq. ft. building by an MBE developer providing below-market leases to three small MBE tenants in a low-income community. NMTC financing supported the West Virginia Great Barrel Company Project. The NMTC loan proceeds will be utilized to complete tenant improvements at an existing 19,200 sq. ft. warehouse building in Wadena, MN, purchase equipment, and provide working capital. Berea College deciding to offer more scholarships decided to add onto Lock 12 (dam) to create and sell their electricity. By doing so, there is a $2,000,000 annual savings to spend on current and future scholarships. Renovation of historic building for commercial retail space Finances the expansion of a 40,000-sq. ft. community facility designated as a Federally Qualified Health Center. NMTC financing was used to construct and equip a commercial car wash facility in rural Nevada. Expansion of a manufacturing facility to create jobs and increase production. Funds for the construction of the facility, equipment purchase, as well as providing working capital to cover the business's intial opening expenses. Purchase and lease of furniture, fixtures and medical equipment to Denver Health and Hospital Authority as part of the development of a new 293,000 square foot outpatient Medical Center providing specialty outpatient care serving the most vulnerable populations. NMTC financing was used to finance the acquisition costs and working capital for an operating business in Abilene, TX. A vacant North Lawndale banking facility will be redeveloped as the new campus for the North Lawndale Employment Network through a $2.5 million Neighborhood Opportunity Fund grant approved by City Council. Aviva Health Center, a Federally Qualified Health Center, is constructing the Aviva Health Center in rural Oregon. Construction of a 40,000 sq. ft. “food campus” consisting of a small-scale food market or free food distribution point, plus a community kitchen, meeting rooms for local nonprofits and an area to host farmers markets. Construction of a 6,919 sq. ft. office facility that provides convening space for agencies, businesses, and community leaders to meet and address issues. JB Swift is planning a $26 million plant rehab and expansion to add a smokehouse, blast chiller and expand slicing lines to its Ottumwa facility. The facility will make a half a million pounds of bacon a day. Development of 47,000 sq. ft. of unused retail space into a Fine Arts Makerspace, a Performance Stage, a Gym/Fitness Center and additional classrooms for a high school. The project renovated approximately six thousand (6000) sq. ft. of formerly commercial space into a community needed children’s museum/learning zone. NMTC financing was used to construct a medical facility for a small operator based in Austin, TX. Construction of CDU’s Health and Wellness Center, a 10,000 square foot facility housing a FQHC, a community clinic to serve families, students and employees of CDU, a food pantry and a multi-purpose health resource center for the community. This project will finance the acquisition of a manufacturing facility in Thomaston, GA, a warehouse in Chipley, FL and provide working capital. Financing for a multi-use facility that anchors Jones ValleyTeaching Farm and creates an inviting permanent infrastructure that will reach more students, teachers, and surrounding community members—locally, regionally, and nationally. Goodwill Industries acquired a 93,350 square foot site with a 16,708 square foot building that had previously been used as a drive-through pharmacy. Continued restoration and renovation of the Mustard Seed Hill campus, creating a home for a business incubator, commercial kitchen, corporate meeting spaces, an event hall and lodging. Finances the development and construction of two office buildings for SHINE Medical Technologies that will complement SHINE’s production facility currently under construction. NMTC financing generated 150 jobs for Eatery Essentials NMTC allocation for the renovation and equipment purchase to transform a vacant commercial building into an industrial laundry processing facility. NMTC financing for an experiential learning center that offers kids an opportunity to explore careers, develop critical thinking skills, learn financial responsibility, and grow in understanding of what makes a community successful. Expansion of an existing facility and the purchase of new equipment for an automobile parts manufacturer in Heber Springs, AR. Financing for a new 50,000 sq. ft. facility will house a production kitchen, an expanded area for culinary training, a vegetable prep plant, and a seasonal venison processing plant. Renovation and expansion of a 97,520-square-foot facility opened in 2005 and used to provide performing arts and musical education to a diverse youth population. Devlopment of a 74-room Hampton Inn hotel and a 20,000 sq. ft. retail center in the town of McMinnville, TN. NMTC financing supported the Community Arts Stabilization Trust, a nonprofit real estate development and holding company strictly for the arts. Finances a 75,000-sq. ft. Career and Advanced Technology Center at the Community College of Philadelphia’s West Philadelphia Regional Campus. Construction of a new 35,700 sq. ft. medical respite/recuperative care center that will use cutting-edge approaches to serve the chronically homeless. This project is for a mixed-use building featuring an indoor farmer's market, mixed-income housing, and retail spaces targeted to independent local businesses. Acquisition of steam generation equipment to expand the McKinley Paper, Prewitt facility’s manufacturing capacity by 25%. NMTC financing was used to support the development of a new multi-disciplinary surgery and health center in rural Nevada. The final phase of a $70 million phased in project to redo the entire water and waste water system on the reservation. The NMTC financing for construction and other project costs associated with a 23,040 SF manufacturing facility, 7,800 SF warehouse and improvements/upgrades to an existing 4,000 SF building located in Pine River, MN. NMTC financing from Civic Communities helped Access Youth Academy construction a new, two-story 21,500 sq. ft. structure that will house a nine-court, state-of-the-art squash and learning center. The project involves the development and construction of a Autoclaved Aerated Concrete manufacturing facility in Bennettsville, SC. NMTCs financed the expansion of a soybean processing facility, which includes additional equipment purchases and operating cash to support grain procurement. The former St. Luke's Hospital, fully closed to the public in 2014, was renovated into a mixed-use development that provides 5,170 sq. ft. of retail space and 109,368 sq. ft. of office space, shared services and other resources for nonprofits. Renovation of the 166,276 SF, four-story Richmond Times Dispatch (RTD) building, consisting of a reconfigured and updated home for RTD personnel, a corporate headquarters for Shamin Hotels and additional office spaces for new tenants. Adaptive re-use of a historic school building in Winnsboro, South Carolina. Indy CDE financed the restoration and update of the historic 40,000 sq. ft. building that once housed the Madam C.J. The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians used the NMTC to support its new early childhood education centers and an elementary school expansion. NMTC financing for Judson Mill, a mixed-use project. Financing for a much-needed medical clinic and grocery store. Redevelopment of five historic buildings located on the near east side of Columbus, Ohio, into an approximately 61,445 square foot, mixed-use, multi-tenant development to be known as "Trolley District" that will include among other things, a healthy foods retail market. Construction of a 100,000 sq. ft. events and community center which provides space for local nonprofits, tractor and machinery auctions, and adaptable space to host regional sporting and local corporate events. Construction of a production facility for hydroponic mushrooms. Financing for the installation of 1 megawatt of solar panels and purchasing various furniture, fixtures and equipment at Vomela's new 300,000 sq. ft. headquarters in Saint Paul, MN. Financing to help a multifaceted food service provider expand. Construction and equipment purchases at peanut shelling plant and buying point warehouse in Jonesboro, AR. Finances the renovation of the historic National Biscuit Company Building. The First National Project will renovate the historic former headquarters of the 1915 First National Bank and an adjoining and Siegel’s Shoes buildings located in rural NY. Enhancements to a museum campus enabling improved community access, measures to ensure the safety and security of patrons, interactive landscaping, and expanded on-site programming. Finance the rehabilitation, construction and development of the approximately 22,511 sq. ft. Community of Hope Family Health and Birth Center. A new 53,000 sq. ft. facility, which sits on 3.4 acres of therapeutically planned green space. The Makerhood Campus is a combination of historic renovation and new construction meant to encourage and support entrepreneurial endeavors and micromanufacturing enterprises. Construction of a new 31,736 sq. ft. fully integrated primary and behavioral health center in partnership with Harborview Medical Center, a public safety net hospital. Financing for the construction of a new 30,000 sq. ft. full-service grocery store located in a designated food desert in the northeast neighborhood of Oklahoma City, OK. Finances the construction of a new 65,000-sq. ft., three-story elementary school that will house two classes per grade level and a 520-student capacity. The construction of a 67,732 sq. ft. four-story mixed-use project in Pasadena, California that includes 22 low-income, 13 moderate-income, and 11 workforce housing units, 6,167 SF of commercial space, 3,850 SF of office space, and a 380 SF community room. NMTC financing was utilized to support the purchase and installation of equipment and construction of an industrial facility in Seguin, TX. Steeple Square is the development of community and training campus and day care that will serve as a collaborative multi-tenant center, rehabilitating the former iconic St. A new facility creating 64,000 sq. ft. of primary medical services, behavioral health services and dental services, as well as a patient pharmacy and laboratory. Financing for a new facility for Renewal House, a long-term comprehensive addiction treatment center for both women and children in Nashville, TN. This project was for a real estate loan for the grocery store. NIF allocated $15 million to support Seaboard Energy’s retrofit of an idle ethanol processing facility in Hugoton, Kansas. All-In Recruiting is an employment placement firm specializing in diverse hiring practices. The project provided the Company with funds for equipment purchase and working capital to expand its workforce. The Louisville Urban League Sports & Learning Complex is a $52.22 MM development on a former 24-acre tobacco processing and storage facility in the west end of Louisville. The project included the ground up construction of the facility, including the necessary equipment and working capital to get a recreation business started. Finances the acquisition of a new electronic health care system and provides working capital in connection with the expansion of operations of a mental health organization. VST Development purchased a building that will allow VS Construction to expand its current operating facilities. Equipment to complete commercial kitchen space for RMH Philadelphia to provide food distribution to food insecure families The loan was used for refinancing existing debt for an optometristic office. Financing for the D W Swick-Nelson Funeral Home Funding for the purchase and installation of new equipment to serve a new client in a growing business. NMTC financing supported the RGD Construction project. BD Xtreme is an aluminum boat manufacturer. The project allowed the company to acquire real estate, purchase equipment and inventory, restructure debt, and provide the needed working capital for expansion purposes. Funds for leasehold improvements, equipment purchases, and working capital for a new facility. Working capital to obtain 510K approval to bill Medicare/Medicaid and launch their marketing and sales team. The acquisition of a renovated 32,000 square foot building that now houses educational and job training programs for immigrants and refugees sponsored by Hmong American Partnership. Working capital for a manufacturer of MEMs sensors to continue product commercialization and development and to add jobs. The project provided an apparel manufacturer with funds for equipment and inventory purchases, working capital, and restructured existing debt. Working capital for ongoing projects and a marketing campaign. RXQ Compounding is an FDA-approved outsourcing facility that manufactures medical formularies and medications used in physician offices and hospitals across the country, located in Athens County, one of Ohio’s hardest hit rural areas. NMTC financing supported equipment upgrades for a recycled paper manufacturer and paper mill. This transaction will finance working capital for the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital located in South Central Los Angeles, California. Equipment purchase for state of the art 76,000 sq. ft. injection molding manufacturing facility which creates plastic caps and enclosures for use in the food and medical industries. Oasis Trading is a small lumber manufacturer. The project provided the Company with funds for inventory purchases, working capital, and debt consolidation to provide better cash flow for the company. Netterville’s mill was damaged extensively by fire and was seeking capital to restore capacity and rebuild more efficiently, reducing energy usage by 45%. Equipment financing for the expansion of a salad dressing manufacturer. Company expanded production to a add new equipment lines to increase volume of production and job creation at this location. Small business financing for the establishment of a restaurant that was slated to close. Working capital for recursion Pharmaceuticals, which provides data driven drug discovery aiming to repurpose existing drugs to cure rare genetic diseases. Funds for to help a manufacturer of HVAC equipment expand. Purchase and installation of new equipment for a building insulation products manufacturer. NMTC financing was used to purchase and install new equipment for use in the expansion of a food manufacturing facility. Expansion of PUBCO's operations and its manufacturing operations and capacity at its industrial campus in inner-city Cleveland by purchasing and installing new state-of-the-art equipment. Power Gen Components is a precision machine fastener manufacturer. The project provided the Company with working capital to help maintain its workforce and benefits during the initial onset of COVID restrictions. Chicken processing facility upgrade including an automated breast de-boner and an expansion of retail bagging capabilities at a 99,000 sq. ft. Central Mississippi plant. The project allowed the company to restructure existing debt with a lower interest rate allowing the company to increase hiring to cover expanded service offerings. Purchase and installation of new equipment for the expansion of a manufacturing operation in rural Albertville, AL. Working capital to allow a company to expand and grow. Working capital for National Railway Equipment, an independent supplier of new and remanufactured locomotives. Rehabilitation of a building for the development of a mixed-use project to include medical respite, transitional housing, healthcare, and social services for the homeless. The NMTC helped a food co-op expand and provide greater access to healthy food in a USDA food desert. Construction of a greenhouse and distribution facility for a co-op Baltimore Food Hub is a food incubator hub in a severely distressed area of East Baltimore. Rural Development Partners NMTC alocation to provide a $14.25 million loan to fill a financial gap and make the Cresbard project the first large-scale project the community has seen in over a decade. NMTCs financing was necessary for a group of investors wanting to purchase 80,000 acres of forest land in the Olympic Peninsula to restore areas that had been over-harvested, and reverse environmental damage that had previously been done. NMTCs were used to finance equipment, buildings, utilities, load-out, road development and engineering costs of an industrial plant. NMTC financing helped Coca-Cola Bottling UNITED, expedite expansion of their operation to a worthy, supportive community deserving of opportunity. NMTC financing helped Coca-Cola Bottling UNITED, expedite expansion of their operation to a worthy, supportive community deserving of opportunity. NMTC financing for a food bank's sourcing, warehousing, and distribution efforts. Financing to purchase and transform a plant in Humboldt into a natural processed cheese operation to support the growing demand for its products. Meister, a cheese manufacturer, used NMTCs to upgrade the MPP facility and purchase equipment. Revamping the business plan of a timber mill, leveraging NMTCs to upgrade the mill with new technological equipment and generate working capital. NMTCs enabled RCRE to construct a new state-of-the-art wastewater treatment facility in Richland Center, providing a solution for the significant problems of the city’s old wastewater treatment facility, which was unable to handle the volume, functionality, odor, traffic, disposal, cost or increased capacity. NMTCs were leveraged to build two identical 21 MW biomass generation facilities which will convert wood pulp and debris into electricity for use throughout South Carolina. A Food Bank expanded its reach into the Georgia mountain region by opening a distribution warehouse and food processing center in Rabun County. SunTrust Community Capital and Harbor Bankshares Corp. provided a total of $19.8M in financing for Village Center at Stadium Place in Baltimore. The Alpert Medical Center is a revitalization gem in Providence's Jewelry District. In 2010, BlueHub Capital financed the installation of solar panels on the roof of the Food Bank, allowing the organization to get green energy for a low, fixed rate and to spend the savings doing what they do best- preventing hunger in our own Greater Boston community SJEIC provides laboratory, office, proto-type manufacturing and demonstration space for emerging clean technology companies. Construction of a 28,000 sq. ft. community/recreational center in the Mission Park neighborhood of Boston. Resurrection University trains students for careers in nursing and allied health care professions. Leasehold improvements and equipping two grocery stores operated under the Publix Supermarkets brand. Paul's Place Inc. is expanding its workforce development platform to create a social enterprise restaurant and culinary arts training program in Baltimore. Travois New Markets recently helped the Pascua Yaqui Tribe secure NMTC financing for its new $8.7M education center that broke ground in December 2011. The adaptive reuse and historic rehabilitation of a former parish school meant a new home for Lawrence CommunityWorks. Oakhurst Medical Centers, Inc. is a FQHC designated provider of affordable, accessible, high-quality primary care services to residents of the low-income community, with a special focus on those that are medically indigent or uninsured/underinsured. NMTC financing supported the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority, which provides electricity, natural gas, water, wastewater treatment, renewable energy and telecommunications services to homes and businesses throughout the Navajo Nation and neighboring communities. NMTC financing for the commercial portion of a vertically subdivided, mixed-use project located within a redevelopment area formerly consisting of Chicago Housing Authority public housing. Financing for the acquisiton of 3 locatons including 1) a pharmacy and urgent care center, 2) expansion of adult day care center and 3) greenhouse to produce/sell fresh products through aquaponics. New construction of a mixed-use supportive housing and community wellness center. Financing for Goodwill of South Florida, providing job training and employment for military veterans. The second phase of renovation of an old hospital into classrooms, lecture halls, laboratories, and clinical space for E and H graduate programs. In 2017, Harvesters completed its construction project at its Kansas City facility, adding 13,000 square feet to the organization's cooler, creating a new climate-controlled area for packing BackSnacks and boxing bread donations and included a Bulk Repackaging Zone, where bulk dry goods like rice, pasta, cereal and flour can be re-packed into family-size portions. Financing for the acquisition and renovation of a facility for Central Christian University. Provided $3,000,000 construction loan to build shell for a co-op grocery store in Astoria, Oregon. AeroFarms, a mission-driven company, developed a 69,000 sq. ft. industrial site into the world's largest indoor vertical farm for baby leafy greens, producing up to 2 million pounds annually. Homeless service in Pasco, Washington. A new 59,000 square foot factory produces natural astaxanthin and began production July 2014, initially employing approximately 45 people. Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic is a non-profit, FQHC. Family Health Centers used $6.6M in NMTC financing for the relocation and expansion of its Medical clinic and Pharmacy. Moses Lake Community Health Center is a federally qualified Migrant and Community Health Center providing out-patient medical, dental, pharmacy, outreach, WIC and Maternity support services primarily to low-income residents of Grant County Washington. The construction of the Morrier Hotel is expected to help revitalize the City’s downtown by attracting tourists and new customers to nearby businesses. The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation creates economic opportunity by investing in tribal members. NMTC financing supported an organization with a mission of providing healthcare to all persons regardless of age, sex, color, ethnicity, national origin or the ability to pay. Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Iowa provides a safe, supportive place, structured programs and caring staff. The club on Drake University's campus completes a new central path to reach more students. NMTC financing supported construction of a 12,600 sq. ft. community facility in the Bylas District, a 12,600 sq. ft. community facility in the Seven Mile District, and a community swimming pool complex, including a 16-lane swimming pool with diving area, a wading pool, and a children's pool in the Gilson Wash District. Financing for the construction of a community health center. The renovation of the former Minute Circle Friendly House building located at 2405 Elmwood as well as new construction to create the JD Wagner Unit community center that houses a gym, indoor pool, computer lab, art room, multi-purpose space, and many other classrooms. Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Florida constructed a new facility in Orlando, FL and expanding another in Eatonville, FL to accommodate the growing demand for its services. Financing supported the rehabilitation of a 45,000 sq. ft. building into hospital, office, and clinical space. Construction of a 44,310 sq. ft. Health Center in a underserved county. Clearinghouse CDFI provided long-term financing for rehabilitation of the school, which provides infant day-care services and schooling for grades K-12. An Oregon-based supplier to major food producers around the world opened a new freeze-dried food processing facility in Forest Grove that created 73 jobs. The Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center Chicago, a Community Center, including recreational and job training components. Education and work force training space centered around health services and other non profit space. Financing for East Los Angeles Rising Youth Club, formerly a Boys and Girls Club East Los Angeles. Financing for a youth academic enrichment organization. Non-profit university primarily serving low-income, minority and women students. Financing for The San Ysidro Health Center, a leading provider of quality healthcare for low-income people. Habitat for Humanity build of 25 affordable, for-sale housing units in Tucson. Financing to help Queenscare Health Centers, a nonprofit FQHC, build a new community health center in East Los Angeles. NMTC financing supported a new facility for rPlanet Earth, a new company that is bringing more efficient polyethylene terephthalate (PET) recycling to the United States. NMTC financing supported the renovation of several buildings for the Boys and Girls Club of Newburgh. The renovation of a historic building in Boston's Mission Hill/Roxbury neighborhood, in which it has been operating for 35 years. The construction of a surgical addition to Lawrence General Hospital. The project involves the renovation of the Hope Street School building in Woonsocket, RI to create over 14,200 sq. ft. of space. Construction of a recreation center generating 100 construction jobs, retaining 40 current employees and employing 35 additional full-time staff. The Americana YMCA project was the construction of a 26,000 sq. ft. community facility, with expansion capability of another 18,000 sq. ft., by the YMCA in Zachary, Louisiana. The Youngstown YMCA renovated nearly 20,000 square feet of its 100 year old downtown Central YMCA creating modified spaces for continuing its transformational work in providing healthy living, youth development, and strengthening families in its downtown community. In 2014, Community First Fund allocated NMTCs for a 35,000 sq. ft. expansion, allowing enrollment to grow from grades K-3 to K-8 and the creation of more than 80 jobs. The Yonkers Pier is the only turn-of-the 20th century pier still in use on the Hudson River. New baker facility and distribution center in NY. Construction of a new $20M 72,000 sq. ft. YMCA facility in Yakima, Washington. New construction of a recreation, education, activity, community and health facility operated by the YMCA of Greater Dayton. Project financed the reconfiguration and renovation of the primary operating site of the YWCA Central Massachusetts, Inc. New Garden Park is now home to Quinsigamond Community College. The project will reconfigure and expand FHCW’s space by adding a new vision suite, expanding the pharmacy and dental suite, and reconfiguring administrative space. This innovative financing package helped fund construction of a 95,000-sq. ft. wet lab at Gateway Park in Worcester, which is expected to create 40 jobs. NMTC financing supported a loan to trailor manufacturing business in Wooster, OH. Established in 1970, the Yolo Food Bank was founded as a volunteer-run backyard gleaning program and has grown to an organizational network of staff, volunteers, and partner agencies. This project involved expanding a facility for meat a manufacturer. NMTC financing supported a new 90,000 sq. ft. facility located in a severely distressed, non-metro, low income community. Development of two grocery stores in and near food deserts. Historic renovation of mixed-used facility including biotech innovation space, offices, entertainment, and restaurant space. The adaptive re-use of a former RJ Reynolds tobacco facility that is being redeveloped by Wexford Science and Technology, LLC into an 110,815 sq ft mixed-use, LEED Silver certified historic preservation project. New construction of a mixed-use facility and rehabilitation of a retail facility into commercial office space providing affordable housing and job opportunities. Our Health Community Services Complex Phase II involved the rehabilitation of an historic facility that expanded the provision of public and private health and social services available to residents of the Winchester, Va., area. NMTC financing brings high-quality biotech manufacturing jobs back to Winchester, Kentucky A new, 48,100 sq. ft. complex on the Wilmington College campus is bringing jobs, an athletic training program and medical services to a non-metro Clinton County community. The Girls Leadership Academy of Wilmington is a charter school affiliated with the Young Women's Leadership Network. Through generous support from the local community, the school is constructing a 60,000 sq. ft. campus. Rehab of the historic Ships Tavern Row which once served as the gateway to historic downtown Wilmington, Delaware, a bustling commercial district. New Markets Tax Credit financing, paired with the USDA Direct Loan Program, made it possible to build a new facility for a health care provider serving the poorest areas of Connecticut. Thanks to NMTC financing, UPMC Susquehanna opened a new Neuroscience Center in Williamsport, expanding services and bringing advanced procedures to the region. The construction of a 62,000 square foot community center to replace their former, obsolete, and inefficient Williamsport YMCA facility housed in eight interconnected buildings in downtown Williamsport, PA. A new building for the University of the Cumberlands in rural Williamsburg, Kentucky nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. The Coal Street project transformed a dilapidated 30-acre park into a regional sports and medical complex. Renovation and expansion of a FQHC with a service area of 4 counties. NMTC allocation supported a 30,000 sq. ft. expansion and renovation of a blighted grocery store in a low-income community in Wichita, KS. NMTC financing allowed Spirit AreoSystems to expand theircurrent facility to allow for increased ability to design, fabricate, and assemble large-scale aerostructures within various business segments. Rehab of the Wheeling Stamping Building in Wheeling, West Virginia, a 94,000 sq. ft. brick warehouse. Located in West Valley City, Utah, a new 75,000-sq. ft. packaging facility is creating manufacturing jobs and contributing to environmental sustainability. Financing for a school serving refugee students and their families in the grades K-9. AA $7.55 million investment in Mirac, Inc., a rural Ohio-based electronics assembly and fabrication company with locations in Lynchburg and West Union, that helps keep jobs in rural Ohio. In 2012, West Liberty, Kentucky was literally destroyed by a series of E-3 tornadoes. This NMTC project helped the community rebuild. Acquisition, construction, and leasing of two industrial buildings encompassing a site of approximately 170,000 square feet on Rogers Street in a highly distressed area of West Allis, WI. The adaptive reuse of century-old buildings near Milwaukee in which the Allis Chalmers Manufacturing Company originally built tractors. The transofmration of a former warehouse and storage building into an architectural space containing new high quality offices along with ancillary retail and warehouse space. Rehabilitation of office buildings in West Allis, WI. NMTC brings first new commercial or residential development in the community in 50 years to Welch, WV. The St. Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin used NMTCs for a new judicial center. Rural King used the NMTC to acquire an 800,000 sq. ft. building that was renovated to allow for expanded operations in Waverly, Ohio. The NMTC supported the expansion of a mill site for Ohio Valley Stave, adding a new milling line to the current manufacturing operations. Erie Family Health Center, Inc. renovated a former bank building to create a new 25,500-square foot community health center in Waukegan, Ill. Salud Para la Gente, a Federally Qualified Health Center in Watsonville, which provides high-quality, comprehensive, and cost-effective healthcare to its patient population of primarily Latino farm workers and low-income residents in the area. NTMC financing funded Educare Central Maine, the first Educare site in New England. Improvements to four buildings and related site work to create a men's shelter, women's shelter, veteran's shelter and a vocational training center. Eagle Railcar Services acquired, remediated and renovated the former BandO Railroad Servicing facility, with 10 miles of track and 200,000 square feet of buildings located in rural Washington, Indiana (pop, 12,089), into a full-service railcar service center. Redevelopment of a 53,480 sq. ft. charter school providing interactive, hands-on approach. Mixed use facility including a children's hospital, school and early childhood agency services to low-income people. 50,000 sq. ft. redevelopment of a church community facility, office and program space, and neighborhood retail. A 111,293 sq. ft. commercial development in the Congress Heights neighborhood in southeast Washington, DC. Ontario Court is the rehabilitation of an 85-year old, three-story building in the Adams Morgan neighborhood of Washington, D.C., into a mixed-use facility serving low- and moderate-income residents. The Bowen YMCA began a redevelopment project to turn it's dilapidated building into a modern, mixed-use facility featuring 170 residential units, retail space and underground parking. NMTC financing helped Mary's Center expand its coverage and partner with local hospitals in programming. New headquarters for a social service organization offering early childhood education, youth and parent engagement programs, healthy food, and other services. Also located on site - The Commons, Community Of Hope, Inc. An innovative state-of-the-art pre-school offering early childhood educational programs supported by Head Start. The acquisition, redevelopment and expansion of the vacant former Anna Johenning Baptist Church building will transition into the 300 student campus for Early Children Education Center. Financing for the construction of the 45,000 sq. ft. facility for E.L. Haynes Financing for the construction of the 45,000 sq. ft. facility for E.L. Haynes Redevelopment and expansion of a vacant 18,000 sq. ft. school building that formerly housed Our Lady of Perpetual Health Catholic School. By transforming a deserted block of former warehouses in Ward 5 into an award-winning elementary and middle school, and a former DCPS facility into a state-of-the-art learning space in Ward 7, DC Prep helped change the face of education in the District. Major renovations and expansion of a theater building for a dance company. $21.3 million of NMTC financing for the construction of 20 transitional housing units, SOME office headquarters and CET. NMTC financing for Central Union Mission, whose programs include a residential rehabilitation program; an overnight shelter for homeless men; food, clothing and furniture distribution; and programs specifically for seniors and the Latino community. Financing for a food Distribution Center for a nonprofit hunger relief organization. Financing for an early childhood center educating nearly 100 infants, toddlers and preschoolers whose families are living in crisis shelters or in transitional housing. DC Housing Enterprises (DCHE) and co-allocatee City First provided $26 million in NMTC financing for the new BFC Southeast Center. The facility meets several community development and economic priorities. In October 2010, Bread for the City began construction of an 18,000 sq. ft. addition on the parking lot next to the existing facility and completed substantial renovations to the existing clinic. The project involved the design and construction of a new 24,870 sq. ft., one story facility that provides space for all three partners to provide services and flexible space for conversion to community meeting use. The project is a new state-of-the-art 72,000 sq. ft. Kosciusko County YMCA facility. Investment in steel fabricator positions small rural community as a leader in the heavy equipment supply-chain. A new clinic expanded its current size by four times, and grew its scope of services to include primary care, behavioral health, nutrition, case management, and an in-house pharmacy to serve an estimated total of 8,500 patients in the Nanakuli community. A new energy facility in Moloka'i. The Hawaii Department of Transportation operates and maintains 15 airports statewide. Pacific Safety Solutions, a safety consulting firm, used financing to purchase the 3,800 sq. ft. commercial property it previously leased in Vista, CA. Bottino's ShopRite in Vineland, the family-run grocery chain that included a community health clinic. In 2004, a manufacturer increased operational support at is Viola and La Crosse locations to help retain its 180 employees. Financing for Vidalia Mills, a startup denim manufacturer producing high-quality fabrics using sustainable and eco-friendly processes. Development of a retail and office center that includes offices for healthcare practitioners. Renovation work is underway at Vicksburg High School. Steel manufacturer expands capacity and creates critical manufacturing jobs. At the time this project was financed, Vancouver was home to the only YMCA facility in the state of Washington, and its impressive outreach efforts currently touched over 14,000 people each year. A new facility providing immediate cost savings and prevents emergency overflows and environmental contamination. Financing for the equipping of a manufacturing production facility, cold and dry storage, disbution center, truck maintenance hsop and new corporate offices. Through the NMTC, the CDE, Alaska Growth Capital used its 2003 allocation to join with the Tyonek Native Corporation and provide a $1 million loan for this project with Envirotech. Renovation of a building in Tulsa's downtown warehouse and industrial district, now known as Brady Arts, site of the Tulsa race riot in 1921. The renovation of the landmark building into a mixed-use building with ground floor retail and eight floors of residential apartments, including 30% affordable apartments; and the addition of the Podium Building to serve the press operations. The Thornton Family YMCA has doubled its size to 92,000 sq. ft. with a project made possible by the NMTC Freestanding, state-of-the-art cancer center incorporates the latest advances in cancer treatment, all under one roof Financing for the relocation of Living Arts, a prolific artist-based contemporary arts organization, into the Greenwood district. Tulare Youth Service Bureau opened in 1971 as a "drop-in center" for at risk youth. Golden State Family Services initially opened as a 501 Foster Family Agency in Redding, CA, in 1996. The agency expanded, opening its first office in the Central Valley in Visalia, CA, on April 1, 1997. NMTC financing helped them expand in Tulare, CA in 2007. The development of a new 49,000 sq. ft. community health center to expand healthcare and services to people living with HIV/AIDS and people experiencing homelessness. A new healthcare facility meets the needs of the most vulnerable citizens in Pima County, Arizona The construction of a new K-12 public school for the public school district of Jones County, North Carolina. The project helps support local businessses and the downtown area ofa small town. The Community Health & Wellness Center of Greater Torrington received $1 million in financing to help it better address the region's opioid crisis. Financing for Heritage University’s campus expansion in Toppenish, Washington. CBKC provided $5 million of NMTC allocation to support the acquisition and redevelopment of 43,519 sq. ft. of community service space to serve as the permanent food bank in Topeka, KS for Harvesters Community Food Network. Grocery store provides fresh fish, meats, fruits, produce, grains, nuts and other healthy foods. Finance Fund provided NMTC financing to Ironville Improvement, LLC., a subsidiary of Midwest Terminals of Toledo, Inc. for expansion of the Port of Toledo’s Midwest terminals. Construction of manufacturing warehouse facility, site development work, machinery/equipment and fixtures/finishes for lease to automotive supplier manufacturing company. Purchase of an oyster aquaculture business by a nonprofit to form an oyster farming apprenticeship program. The $191.6 million facility will produce approximately 250 million board feet of pine lumber annually|taking advantage of the company’s nearby timberland and other facilities. Thomasville Regional Medical Center, LLC, in partnership with the City of Thomasville, constructed a $44.3 million, 68,320 sq. ft. new hospital in rural Thomasville, Alabama. The acquisition and retrofitting of a former coal fired power plant which had closed 10 years ago. The AVAPCO project consists of the acquisition, expansion and leasing of an existing biomass research, development, and demonstration facility located in Thomaston, Georgia. Integrated 3D is focused on the industrial production of 3D and advanced manufacturing technologies. Financing to renovate a 35,000 square foot space in order to relocate and expand a health clinic, which increases the number of exam rooms from 13 to 45 and be able to serve 13,000 new patients per year, for a total of 18,250 patients served. The town of Guadalupe--a neighborhood in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area--is home to 3,600 members of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe. An investment from Enhanced Capital's Utah-focused Small Business Loan Fund recently enabled a nonprofit research center to relocate and continue providing education technology and jobs to a low-income community. Metropolitan Ministries has served homeless and needy populations in the Tampa Bay area for over 40 years. The Armature Works building was originally built in 1910 as a streetcar maintenance facility. NMTCs Put Major Construction at Iconic Alabama College over the Top The Albers Mill project entailed the rehabilitation and expansion of a historic mill for residential and commercial use. The renovation of 28,000 sq. ft. of existing space and the construction of 27,000 sq. ft. of new space, designed to meet LEED Gold standards. A new Salina, New York based firm (near Syracuse, NY) that used NMTC financing to purchase the world's largest plastic blow-molding machine that is being used to produce exceptionally strong, environmentally friendly wastewater and stormwater tanks, septic tanks and related products. Installation of new equipment, tooling, production lines and manufacturing process and expansion of internal reconfiguration to converting facility from outdated technology to utilizing more efficient technology. Exodus Machines is the first-of-its-kind scrap and recycling machine manufacturer. NMTC equity allowed Continental Tire to expand their North American operations in the United States, rather than in another part of North America or South America. The new construction and equipping of a $62.8M, 275,000 sq. ft. spiral welded pipe manufacturing plant in rural Paris, Texas. NMTC financing helped ASCO Aerospace with the purchase, renovation and re-opening of the failed and shuttered MerCruiser facility in Stillwater, OK. Stigler, Oklahoma is located in eastern rural Oklahoma with a population of 2,731 and serves as the county seat of Haskell County. Mixed-use development brought fresh food, accessible healthcare and job opportunities to a highly distressed community in the South Bronx. The Second tranche of financing for the construction of new wheat straw to paper pulp manufacturing facility. State-of-the-art facility doubles capacity for school educating underserved children. Small coffee manufacturer expands business with a new facility in a new location. Recognizing the need to expand services along the Rice Street corridor, OCHC purchased a building at 916 Rice and has renovated and opened its second clinic. The historic renovation of the German American Building into an office building for Mosaic Life Care along with 2,000 sq. ft. café operated by a local business. A new 75,000 sq. ft. four-story office space in downtown St. Cloud. The construction of a 30,000-square foot, stand-alone medical office building and ambulatory care center on the southeast corner of the Blue Ridge Regional Hospita campus located in Spruce Pine, North Carolina. Financing for Stony Creek to expand, own and operate a manufacturing facility in Springfield, TN to produce unique plant-based natural dyes. High tech research has found a home at the Roy Blunt Jordan Valley Innovation Center. The financing the purchase and rehabilitation of a former firehouse. The purchase and repurposing of a former car wash into a truck maintenance and servicing center. NMTC supports growth of Springfield leader in affordable housing, homelessness prevention, job training & financial education. MHIC's NMTC investment helps finance a new home for the station on Main Street in downtown Springfield. NMTC financing supported the Hot Mama’s project. NMTC financing for the first Educare school in Massachusetts, serving 141 Head Start-eligible young children and their families with a full-day, year-round early education program. The Caring Health Center project was the rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of three contiguous buildings in the Smith Carriage Company Historic District of Springfield, which improves healthcare in a medically underserved area. New Markets Tax Credit financing for construction of a new, seven story, in-patient medical facility with 126 beds for the Baystate Medical Center. New building/equipment for an existing manufacturer of air conditioning components. The Spokane Central Y, a joint project between the YWCA of Spokane and the YMCA of the Inland Northwest. Established in 1995, Upward Sports is the world's largest Christian youth sports provider. Model child development center opens in a Spartanburg neighborhood with a poverty rate near fifty percent. Public private partnership brings community recreation center facility to Spartanburg The Southside Neighborhood in Spartanburg, South Carolina has a growing elderly and low income population. NMTC financing supported the Highland Baking project. Acquisition and renovation of a food manufacturing facility. Spartanburg, SC has historically been known as “Hub City” due to its prevalence of railways. Salt Lake Community Action Program's 13,080 sq. ft. Head Start facility, serving 150 preschool age children living in poverty annually. Azalea Plaza was a major public priority for the city of South Gate and County of Los Angeles. The acquisition and renovation of a 35,000 sq. ft. building in the South Bronx for Boom!Health's new Wellness Center. The 110,000 sq. ft. South Bend Kroc Center redefines what a community center can be for a distressed community. Adaptive reuse of a former Studebaker automobile manufacturing facility (built between 1923 and 1946) into office, education, incubator, advanced manufacturing and training space. Financing for a steel fabricating company that expanded a new line of busincess focused on product development. The Michiana region gets a new headquarters for public television in South Bend. The new Smith County Memorial Hospital and Family Practice opened in Smith Center, KS. Financing for the construction of two electrical substations on the Navajo Nation Reservation The project is the construction of a new 37,000-sf facility. This project involved the completion of a new, $18 million transaction to help fund the expansion and consolidation of healthcare services provided by Primary Health Network (PHN) in Sharon. The construction of a new plant with storage space and the purchase of new roasting, drying and shelling equipment. The construction of a 47,000-sq.-ft. campus, including a 32,000-sq.-ft. office building and a 15,000-sq.-ft. high-speed metals recycling facility. In 2005, First Wave Aviation, a Tulsa-based aerospace company, constructed a larger facility to repair and overhaul commercial aircrafts. On June 15, 2017, Pickwick Electric Cooperative, Tennessee Valley Authority, McNairy County Industrial Development Board, and Silicon Ranch officially commissioned and turned on a 10 MWDC solar energy facility in Selmer, Tennessee. Financing for the development and management of a 2.3 MW solar farm located in Selma, North Carolina. Manufacturer of proprietary 'black' wood pellet. The historic East Kong Yick Building in Seattle's Chinatown/international district is a new home of a museum, replacing its original 10,000 sq. ft. location. One of the country’s leading pediatric hospitals doubles its research space. A social enterprise in Seattle dedicated to transforming the lives of homeless men and women through job training and placement in the food service industry. The adaptive reuse of a historic cornerstone building at 329 Cherry Street in downtown Scranton. The Connell Building, originally built in 1894, stood vacant for nearly a decade. Butterfly Wonderland is a butterfly habitat and educational attraction facility located on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. Memphis-based Monogram Food Solutions is receiving an investment of more than $7.6M from U.S. NMTC financing supported the Adeline Wright-Graham Boys & Girls Club (Boys and Girls Club of Schenectady NY)'s new location, which serves 300 children daily from the Hamilton Hill and Mont Pleasant neighborhoods, replacing the former building on Craig Street. Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs and Carver State Bank have formed a partnership that may eventually serve as an example to other CDFIs that seek to broaden their geographic footprint. New Mexico’s Homewise Inc. received funding to invest in one of Santa Fe's distressed areas. $9,568,778 in low-interest financing to help renovate one of the largest providers of homeless housing and services in the Santa Barbara area – the Santa Barbara Rescue Mission. The LGBTQ Center Orange County provides services to more than 14,000 individuals annually across a broad spectrum of culture, ethnicity, age, and economic background. New community health facilities for two health care professional underserved communities of Sanger and Fowler The 13,469 sq. ft. adaptive reuse project provides a new space for the expansion of art and culture programming including theatre and pop-up events with other San Diego arts and culture institutions and allows Casa Familiar to serve 500 Low-Income Persons annually through expanded social services offerings. NMTC financing supported the San Pablo Helms Community Center project. The City of San Pablo, one of the poorest communities in Contra Costa County, experiences high levels of youth obesity and violence. Thanks in part to NMTC financing, in 2014, Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center opened the Ashland Community Clinic, a 20,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art facility that houses primary medical and dental, mental health, and various supportive services, all under one roof. Financing to support program expansion and renewable energy improvements to visitor and nonprofit-run community centers that provide areas with reliable and sustainable forms of electricity and water. ECSV is a collaborative project among 16 public institutions and private groups who provided financial support for an early childhood education facility The build-out of a new kitchen, dining room, clothing distribution center, food pantry and social work center. Construction of a state of the art community health center facility serving one of San Francisco's poorest districts. Construction of the first facility on the West Coast fully dedicated to jazz music history, education and performance. Renovation of an existing LGBT community center to reconfigure the inefficient floor plan and allow for more meeting spaces, better use of the space, and to attract additional tenants into center that serves many diverse and vulnerable populations. This multi-tenant nonprofit complex, formerly a warehouse, located in San Francisco's Mission District is a one-stop center of financial, legal, health, childcare and supportive services for low-income residents. Development of a new facility to operate and expand an Early Care and Education program. Meals on Wheels San Francisco works to make sure no homebound senior in the City goes hungry. The acquisition and renovation of three floors of an 11-story building to create a modern 39,000 sq. ft. headquarters for LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired. The acquisition and renovation of a 48,000 sq. ft. building in the heart of San Francisco. NMTC financing to purchase land and build a facility that serves as a temporary housing complex providing temporary housing and a supportive community for families with a child who is undergoing treatment for life-threatening illnesses at nearby USCF Benioff Children's Hospital in San Francisco. Renovation of the dilapidated former exotic film theater at 80 Turk Street into a new home for Counterpulse, a nonproift that provides space and resources for emerging artists and cultural innovators, serving as an incubator for the creation of socially relevant, community-based art and culture. Compass Family Services is located in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood and operates an emergency shelter, transitional housing program, child care centers, and a computer lab and training center for families. College Track provides education, mentoring, job training and counseling services to youth in low-income communities with a focus on preparing students for college admissions as often the first in their family to attend college. San Francisco YMCA in secured $17.5M in NMTC financing for the redevelopment of the historic Chinatown YMCA in downtown San Francisco. In 2013, Boys and Girls Clubs of San Francisco received NMTC financing to support construction of a new 30,000 sq. ft. Clubhouse in the Western Addition. The San Francisco YMCA in secured $5M in NMTC financing for the redevelopment of the Bayview YMCA in the Bayview district of San Francisco in 2008. American Conservatory Theater is a nonprofit theater company operating in San Francisco. Rehabilitation of the historic St. Joseph's Church, vacant since the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake, into creative incubator offices and outdoor community space. $15.7 million to construct a new, 68,000 sq. ft. replacement facility for Sharp HealthCare in downtown San Diego. NMTC financing to help bridge a funding gap for the construction of the new approximately 44,000-square-foot, two-story ADA-compliant expanded Jackie Robinson Family YMCA. The relocation and major expansion of FHCSD's current store-front center in the Diamond Neighborhoods area of San Diego. Copley-Price Family YMCA opened its doors to the public in 2014 and proudly serves one of the most diverse communities in San Diego, offering a supportive environment for people in the El Cajon, Kensington, Hillcrest, and North and South Park areas. A new senior center to provide meals, shelter, and healthcare to low-income seniors. Rehabilitation and reuse of a 361 acres historic Naval Training Center for a blend of creative uses. Phase 2 of a renovation of eight historic buildings, known as the Barracks, offering over 75,000 sq. ft. of commercial space. Renovation of a vacant warehouse provides a state-of-the-art K-12 learning facility for students impacted by homelessness. Financing for a Victor Treatment Centers, Inc a provider established in San Bernardino, California specializing in residential treatment facility, emotionally disturbed children. NMTC financing supported the construction of The Briscoe Western Art Museum The Child Development Center is one of the many successful programs administered by Healy-Murphy Center. The construction of new facility for ChildSafe, a children's advocacy center that provides care for child survivors of physical, emotional and sexual abuse and to their non-offending family members. Two large lecture halls, academic/clinical laboratories, the school library, break-out/study rooms, multiple clinical research laboratories, computer laboratories, multiple conference rooms, and more NMTC financing allowed the completion of the first phase of their redevelopment project, the Witte Research Center. A project doubled the overall facility to 204,000 sq. ft., more than double food storage capacity, and triple the cold storage space available for healthy fresh and frozen foods. By rehabilitating the former Hemphill Wells Department Store, which had been vacant for 20 years, San Angelo was able to more than triple the space of their public library. Financing for the acquisition of leasehold interest of 71.78 acre parcel of land and construction of industrial buildings. Construction of the new Magoffin County High School. Financing for a new food bank and distribution center in Salt Lake City, UT. Stadler Rail constructed a new 226,000 square foot, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility for light rail passenger cars in Salt Lake City where they built and assemble trains for transit properties throughout the US NMTC financing for the creation of the Unity Center to provide services, programming, and recreation facilities to the City's low-income Glendale area. The largest solar installation in the state of Utah and nearly doubling the state's current solar capacity. New construction of a 57,000 child care and adult day care facility on a 5.5 acre parcel in west Salt Lake City. Financing for only program in UT providing a continuum of services for 12 years, from birth through 6th grade. The historic rehabilitation of the Western Macaroni Manufacturing Company warehouse originally built in 1900. Finance construction of a building to be used as a field house. NMTC financing for Union Gospel Mission of Salem, the largest provider of meals and shelter for the homeless in the Salem, Oregon metro area. The renovation and expansion of Northwest Human Services' existing facility. CASA (Community Action Stops Abuse) built a new 100-bed domestic violence shelter in St. Petersburg. The Wycliff’s project goals were strongly geared toward providing for small businesses and growing jobs, bringing over 500 permanent jobs to the Midway community. Evenwhile the 2020 COVID19 pandemic brought new challenges to the economy, the Wycliff stood firm and pushed forward, creating a makers community that supports a wide variety of tenants, from industrial […] The Ordway Concert Hall is a state-of-the-art performance and recording venue that was brought to life by the Ordway's principal resident organizations. UEL provides wet labs, office space, and innovation/collaboration spaces, and expanding their current facility. A reproduction of a 19th-century purple dress with white lace collar is positioned on a stand, as if waiting for its owner to slide it on. NMTC financing helped make the expansion and renovation of a childrens museum possible. NMTC financing supported the new Midway YMCA building. The construction of 58,000 sq. ft. learning facility in the Midway Neighborhood of Saint Paul, MN. NMTC financing supported the construction of a new 60,900 sq. ft. service center targeted to very low-income and homeless individuals co-located with housing designed to transition people from homelessness to stability. City First New Markets Fund II closed its first NMTC transaction of 2016 on February 4th. St. Louis, MO The Arcade Building was originally built for retail and office use. Abandoned since the 1980s, its 2012 rehabilitation brought new residential, commercial, and educational opportunities to the heart of Downtown St. Louis. Technology Entrepreneur Center that fosters growth of new innovative IT companies. Renovation of the Old Post Office historic district Syndicate Building. This project financed energy-efficient, water-efficient, and healthy homes. NMTC financing supported the Stereotaxis project. he St. Louis Housing Authority Central Office Building, located in the Midtown area of St. Louis at the north end of the Grand Center Arts District. Financing for a grocery store and a food distribution, processing and aggregation facility. The Wealth Accumulation Center on Gravois, serving an additional 10,000 low-income persons. The River City Business Park project involved $70M redevelopment of a long-abandoned brownfield site into a 54 acre LEED-certified business park in a highly distressed community. $1.35 million in convertible debt as part of a $2 million financing round for Quick Study Radiology Inc., an information technology company that helps bring to smaller community and rural hospitals the same leading-edge radiology technologies available to large hospitals. The Pagedale Town Center, part of a broad community development initiative in a 97% minority inner ring suburb of St. Louis. A redevelopment project returns to the St. Louis downtown a critical office building which through neglect and lack of maintenance had lost all but one major tenant. Rehabilitation of the Old Post Office in St. Louis The redevelopment of the St Louis Centre into a 750-space parking garage and 106,000 square foot of retail space is part of a larger redevelopment plan for a blighted three-square block area in the central business district. The renovation of a 110,000 sq. ft. building, which includes K-12 school facilities. A development, completed in 2011, breathed new life into the JVL neighborhood, creating 71 construction jobs and generating $6.3 million in direct employee wages and income. The development of a new Social Services Center in the Benton Park neighborhood. A former streetcar repair facility in St. Louis was transformed into an environmentally smart business center. An innovative community facility that offers exceptional care and education for 154 children and their families in a child-focused, center-based, and diverse learning environment. Multi-nonprofit community empowerment center on the site of the vandalized QuikTrip during the Ferguson unrest now serves thousands of low-income people annually through job training/placement, financial literacy, and other empowerment programs. St. Louis's economic development arm has committed $5M in federal NMTCs to assist a new manufacturer that makes railroad ties out of recycled plastic. The substantial rehabilitation of The Post-Dispatch Rotogravure Building (also known as the Crescent Parts Building) which is a 4-story building located in the heart of the Center for Research Technology and Entrepreneurial Exchange Innovation District. A new, 21,272-square-foot facility provides meeting rooms, a chapel, and a large conference space for up to 125 people, as well as administrative offices for the Deaconess Center for Child Well-Being, Vision for Children at Risk, and Neighborhood Houses - a United Church of Christ ministry that supports low-income children and families of the inner […] The Crown Square redevelopment involved the historic rehabilitation of 11 buildings of the 14th Street Mall, an abandoned mall that formerly served as a pedestrian-oriented commercial district located in the Old North St. A new school opened in its new permanent location in 2011 with an initial class of 225 students. Project that includes a sophisticated laboratory and office environments for early-stage and mature biotech and medical companies, along with office space for Washington University and a café. Renovation of a center of creative arts that provides programming to engage, develop and educate people of all ability levels and backgrounds. The City Garden Montessori Charter School is a key feature in the redevelopment of the McRee Town neighborhood in St. Louis Financing for the $13.9M Big Brothers Big Sisters Building, formerly a Woolworth store. Financing for a community development not-for-profit corporation dedicated to the prosperity and growth of the American family. 4220 Duncan, a 180,000 sq. ft. mixed-use development in St. Louis. Financing of a historic 110,000 sq. ft. warehouse into mixed use apartments and retail. Financing for a technology manufacturer. A community health center with a mission to improve patient health outcomes by providing the highest quality healthcare services in a non-discriminatory and cost-effective manner targeting the most vulnerable and underserved. The project is a joint venture between Horizons for Homeless Children and WaterMark Development. New construction of a mixed-use building in the Roxbury neighborhood, which houses a fresh foods retailer and 32 apartments. Financing for the construction of a new Albertsons Market at 808 N.