The project consists 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. The proposed NMTC financing will help to satisfy PCDC’s requirement under the […] 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 […] 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 […] 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. 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 […] NMTC financing supported a hub for education, training, and community health center on Buffalo’s West Side. A $16.4 million expansion increased manufacturing activity in Auburn, NY, creating 32 new jobs. NMTC allocation to assist with the construction of the National Urban League Empowerment Center. 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 […] The redevelopment of the Pitkin Avenue Theatre in Brownsville Brooklyn into a mixed-use project. $10.5 million new construction of a 9,500 sq. ft. Federally Qualified Health Clinic in East New York, Brooklyn. A mobile health unit run by the Refuah Health Center, providing mobile health services for people who otherwise could not afford them. 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 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 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. 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 $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 […] 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. 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 […] 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. 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. 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 […] 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 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 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 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. A new $11 million, 15,000 sq. ft. health clinic located in a medically underserved area in Downtown Jamaica, Queens. A new $40 million, 60,000 sq. ft. fresh food distribution center in Hunts Point, Bronx. Financing supporting the Lower East Side Girls Club. 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. 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 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. 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. Through a partnership with JPMorgan Chase, LIIF provided Bronx Lighthouse Charter School NMTC financing to build a new high school in the South Bronx. Construction of a 6-story facility with 16 classrooms, commercial kitchen & cafeteria, gym, green roof. 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. The redevelopment of the historic Bedford-Union Armory located in the Crown Heights community in Brooklyn. Acquistion and construction/rehab of prodcution space for small and mid-size manufactures. 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. 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 Morris Heights Health Center has been caring for low-income residents of the Bronx for nearly three decades. A printing company in Hempstead received financing for working capital and equipment. 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. 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. NMTC financing supported the renovation of several buildings for the Boys and Girls Club of Newburgh. 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. 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. Mixed-use development brought fresh food, accessible healthcare and job opportunities to a highly distressed community in the South Bronx. The acquisition and renovation of a 35,000 sq. ft. building in the South Bronx for Boom!Health's new Wellness Center. 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. Iconic Rochester, NY building gets wholesale landmark makeover College Town is an exciting mixed-use, close-knit district providing the Rochester, New York community, University of Rochester and University of Rochester Medical Center students, faculty and staff a one-of-a-kind, vibrant place to live, learn, dine, shop, work and play. Financing for the construction and renovation of five ALDI food stores in various regions of New York State; purchase equipment for a new stores; and pay related costs. A transformative, $25 million, 55,000-sq. ft. state-of-the-art medical arts complex providing high-quality health care services to an underserved low-income community in a Federal Medically Underserved Area in the Rockaways, Queens. Financing for a community health care facility. The acquisition and renovation of a six-story commercial loft building for the Center for Urban Community Services to substantially expand its Career Network and Housing Resource Center. StreetSquash is an innovative and successful urban youth enrichment program founded in 1999. Renovation of a former high school facility into a 24,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art community center/K-12 school African art museum finds a permanent location on “Museum Mile” of New York City. A new, $48 million, 50,000-sq. ft. youth recreation and academic support center in Central Harlem, Manhattan, one of the most underserved urban neighborhoods in the country. New construction and renovation of acute-care hospital increases patient services and ensures the highest quality of care for economically disadvantaged NY neighborhoods. Essex Crossing includes 1,000 residential for-sale and rental units, a 15,000 sq. ft. public park, a 10,000 sq. ft. rooftop urban farm and 1.9 million sq. ft. of residential, commercial, and community space. New York’s classical music community gets a new, state-of-the-art rehearsal and recording space. Warehouse space on a Lower East Side pier becomes a new athletic facility and public waterfront esplanade. Financing for the construction and renovation of five ALDI food stores in various regions of New York State; purchase equipment for a new stores; and pay related costs. Financing for the expansion of a patio furniture manufacturer in Maspeth, NY New national attraction generates laughs and investment in Jamestown, New York A new YMCA replaced the facilities of the 100-year-old Hornell Family YMCA, which plays a central role in the life of Cornell The fit out and equipping of 17,000 square-feet of medical office space. The purchase and improvement of real estate that is leased to a hospital as a medical office building, bringing accessible health care to a rural community. Financing was provided by Mascoma's NMTC loan pool fund. Science and Arts Engagement New York is a nonprofit organization committed to increasing the representation of young men and women of color age 15 to 25 in the science, tech, engineering, art and mathematics fields. Financing for the construction and renovation of five ALDI food stores in various regions of New York State; purchase equipment for a new stores; and pay related costs. Finacning for a new mid-size bar cell capital project at its Dunkirk, NY facility. This multi-phase project transformed the long vacant building into a new headquarters for a nonprofit mental health counseling organization specializing in mental health support and drug dependency counseling, as well as the city's LGBTQ+ community center. Construction of a community center to provide supportive services to immigrants and low-income people of color. The purchase of equipment and working capital related expenses related to the expansion of a woman-owned local brewery. Bordering Larkin Square in the heart of Buffalo's reimagined Hydraulics district, The Kamman has undergone a complete restoration, transformed into a vibrant, mixed-use space for both offices and residences. NMTC financing supported the construction of the Roswell Park Cancer Institute Redevelopment of a historic vacant industrial complex located in a distressed area on Buffalo's East Side. Adaptive reuse of a vacant 239 Van Rensselaer building to provide approximately 42,000 sq. ft. of Class A office space to FNB, as well as approximately 12,000 sq. ft. of basement storage and office space. The Innovation Center and dig are owned and operated by the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, Inc. Evergreen Health is an AIDS Services Organization, to address the crisis generated by HIV/AIDS and other sexually-related infections in Western NY. The adaptive reuse of a former refrigeration warehouse into a community-based food incubator and the third project to use the NTCIC Irvin Henderson Main Street Revitalization Fund.Once complete, the historic warehouses became a dynamic space for small business incubation focused on the foodservice industry, as well as training operated by SUNY Buffalo State Small Business […] $600,000 working capital for bakery based in Brooklyn, NY with a focus on quality job creation and providing jobs to formerly incarcerated people and refugees. An AIDS vaccine research lab anchors a bioscience hub in the repurposed Brooklyn Army Terminal. Restoration and expansion of a historic and iconic performance venue, to serve as the centerpiece of a revitalized Flatbush Avenue. A new facility for Callen-Lorde, an organization that provides comprehensive healthcare, including primary care, behavioral health, 340B pharmacy and social services, to adults and children in the LGBTQ and broader community. Greenpoint Manufacturing and Design Center renovated a 50,000 sq. ft. industrial building to create a manufacturing facility for several small-scale manufacturers. Transformation of three vacant structures creates a hub for small,creative businesses and brings significant economic activity to theCrown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY. A vacant school property in east New York is reborn as a newly refurbished K-8 charter school. A community epicenter, revitalized to improve services and grow businesses. An old factory becomes affordable workspace, allowing businesses and jobs to remain in Brooklyn. Catalytic multi-use development generates thousands of jobs, provides affordable housing, and brings fresh food and retail opportunities to an underserved neighborhood in Brooklyn, NY. Mixed-use development to bring fresh food, accessible healthcare and job opportunities to a highly distressed community in the South Bronx. A public college prep program finds a permanent home and a better education for 1,000 students in the Bronx. Construction of a 172,000 sq. ft. building that includes a 24,000 sq. ft. community center with an indoor pool financed through NMTC program, and a 148,000 sq. ft. public school. A catalyst for economic development will supply 992 units of much needed affordable housing, community-serving retail space and community facility space to a low-income neighborhood. A non-profit healthcare provider expands services with medical offices, pharmacy and senior housing. Financing for a fresh food focused supplier supporting efforts to expand healthy foods access. The Bathgate Early Learning Center involved the rehabilitation of a 30,000 sq. ft. office building at 1887-1895 Bathgate Avenue in the borough of The Bronx in New York City. The Boricua College project is the new construction of a 120,000 sq. ft. academic and administrative building for Boricua College in the Bronx. UHP used NMTC financing to build a new 54,000-sq. ft. facility adjacent to their currently overcrowded site in the Morrisania neighborhood of the Bronx. SUNY Broome converted the former Carnegie Library downtown into a brand-new Culinary Arts Center. Rehabilitation of a former manufacturing facility into an art museum A 21,865 sq. ft. expansion onto its existing facility in the Far Rockaway neighborhood of Queens, New York. The Project consists of the rehabilitation and conversion of the historic 16,200 sq. ft. The ground-up construction of a 45,000 sq. ft. school building to house the Green Tech High School, a charter school in Albany, NY. The ground-up construction of a 32,000 sq. ft. school building on approximately two acres of land to house Achievement Academy, a charter school serving Albany, NY.