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. NMTC financing was used to provide for working capital needs, plus reimbursement for capital improvements at Tubelite’s facility in Mesquite, TX. 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 new construction of a 11,150 sq. ft. facility for food bank education and programming, food storage, and distribution. 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. 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. Construction of a student academic center at a historically black college located in Tyler, Texas. Acquisition, renovation and equipping of an environmentally focused plastics extrusion facility in McKinney, TX. NMTC financing supported a nonprofit organization providing transitional housing for Houston's homeless population 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. In September 2020, STA opened its corporate headquarters and state-of-the-art, in-house recovery center in Dallas. The mixed-use home and headquarters for Kone Company. Working capital for a rebar manufacturer in Cleburne, TX, Rehabilitation of the former Sharpstown Mall. 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 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. 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. 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 […] 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. The relocation and expansion of Houston Meat Distributors, Inc. into their new headquarters which includes a new, state-of-the-art, cold storage 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. Financing for a small early childhood education facility or daycare facility. 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.  A $4 million project provided the company with working capital and restructured existing debt. A FQHC established to provide quality healthcare services to all people in the Greater Houston area, regardless of the patient’s ability to pay. Financing for the Boys and Girls Club of San Antonio - May’s Family Clubhouse The Taylor County Health Center is a new public health facility that consolidates healthcare services previously distributed among several locations throughout the city. 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. RDP allocated $18MM in NMTCs to help Delco Trailers construct a new 550,000 sq. ft. trailer manufacturing facility. 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 the new School of Osteopathic Medicine for University of the Incarnate Word. 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 NMTC supported Rich Products’ new state-of-the-art frozen dessert processing center is located in Missouri City, Texas. Financing supported Pineywoods Community Academy, a public, open enrollment Charter School. 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. 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. Financing to acquire, develop, construct and lease certain improvements on a campus providing services for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Remediation and rehabilitation of a 23,000+ sq. ft. warehouse building for equipment related to traffic control. 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. 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. NMTC financing was used to finance the acquisition costs and working capital for an operating business in Abilene, TX. NMTC financing was used to construct a medical facility for a small operator based in Austin, TX. NMTC financing generated 150 jobs for Eatery Essentials 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. NMTC financing was utilized to support the purchase and installation of equipment and construction of an industrial facility in Seguin, TX. 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. NMTC financing was used to purchase and install new equipment for use in the expansion of a food manufacturing facility. Memphis-based Monogram Food Solutions is receiving an investment of more than $7.6M from U.S. 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. The restoration of the historic Port Arthur Savings Building will launch a revitalization effort to serve the community and increase the presence of downtown businesses. Paul Quinn College, the creator of the Urban Work College Model and one of the nation's most innovative colleges, broke ground on its first new building on campus in 40 years, with support from NMTC financing. The North Texas Food Bank addresses the critical issue of hunger by providing food-insecure North Texans with edible surplus food and grocery items otherwise destined for landfills. Financing for Potters Industries, a leading producer of engineered glass materials serving the oil and gas industry, polymer additives, highway safety, metal finishing, The new construction and equipping of a $62.8M, 275,000 sq. ft. spiral welded pipe manufacturing plant in rural Paris, Texas. Construction and permanent financing for a 37,100 square foot medical clinic and office building Financing for a FQHC serving low-income families. NMTC financing supported the construction of a new primary care service center for veterans in the McAllen area. A leading manufacturer of heating and cooling products used NMTC financing for its new facility expansion at the Longview, Texas manufacturing plant. Financing for a FQHC serving low-income families. Financing for construction of a manufacturing facility for America's Beverage Company. Financing for Woodgrain Millwork, a distributor of wood molding and other lumber materials for the residential housing market. The project supports the partial renovation and expansion of the two existing clinics owned by Vecino. New construction of a workforce opportunity center that provides job training, education and financial literacy services. The Houston Food Bank utilized NMTC financing to rehabilitate and add space to their current properties and to move the location of their kitchen to this updated site in order to combine programs and reduce costs. Financing for a Business and Employment Center. Financing for the POST Houston revitalization in downtown Houston, Texas. The construction of a warehouse for Houston Food Bank, a freezer/distribution facility. Construction of a community village including an elementary charter school that is integrated with a Head Start program; a welcome center for traditional community center activities, including after-school and adult education programs and childcare, an incubator, and much more. Construction of a community village including an elementary charter school that is integrated with a Head Start program; a welcome center for traditional community center activities, including after-school and adult education programs and childcare, an incubator, and much more. Financing for The Women's Home Mabee WholeLife Service Center in Houston, using an innovative financing structure that makes a tangible difference in one of the cities' most needy areas. The construction of new food distribution facility for Meals on Wheels of Tarrant County. Forgings Manufacturing facility. Financing for BYK, a producer of rheology additives and measuring instruments. Financing for Cook Children's, a non-profit children's health care system located in a highly distressed area. NMTC financed development of a 35,000 sq. ft. community space for the McDonald Southeast YMCA. With NMTC financing the construction of 20 new private rooms allows the RMH of Ft. Worth to house 300 more families each year. NMTC allocation supported the construction of the 33,800-square-foot facility. Construction of a new charter school facility. Financing for an expansion of Tarrant Area Food Bank. NMTC financing for Mills Building Redevelopment, a mixed-use project. NMTC financing for a 60,000 square foot life sciences and research facility which includes 39,830 square feet of office area and 8,621 of wet and dry labs. The project supported the expansion of an existing printing business. Renovation of a building to house community and office space for non-profit partners and new construction for a community food center. NMTC financing allowed a grain processing co-op to purchase another operation and expand its services. NMTC financing for a new Family Health Center, a new 21,400 square foot clinic offering 15 exam rooms, 3 open team stations with 4 modular workstations each, a large ground floor laboratory, a phlebotomy area, a massive 75-seat waiting area and plenty of storage. NMTC financing supported the Children's Medical Center of Dallas, TX. Financing for a provider of a broad array of therapeutic services for children who are experiencing homelessness in the Dallas area. Acquisition, assembly and installation of certain glass manufacturing equipment A secure 2.41 acre campus in the Medical District that includes 30 beds of safe emergency shelter, space for social services including counseling and childcare, and administrative offices. Dallas Development Fund provided $8 million in NMTC allocation to Pioneer Frozen Foods in June 2016 to support a new, state-of-the-art food manufacturing facility. LGBT Community Center offering youth, counseling, health, and medical services. The first of three residential, office and retail developments to take shape along the Lancaster corridor by City Wide Community Development Corp., which began assembling tracts along Lancaster corridor for redevelopment for years, as well as Catalyst Urban Development. A $22M public health clinic was constructed in one of Dallas' poorest neighborhoods. A new 297,000 square foot office, production and warehouse distribution facility for manufacturer Serta Dormae within the Southfield Park 35 Industrial Park in southern Dallas, Texas. $9.5M in NMTC financing to close the first phase of a new high school facility. The construction and equipping of a new 41,000 sq. ft. facility that encompasses an upgraded arts space, new cultural art center, social work/counseling department, kitchen and dining space, and a corporate work study center. Financing for Community Partners of Dallas, a social service provider. Community Center, including job training, adult literacy, and a food pantry. Construction of the primary campground for scouts participating via the ScoutReach program and a venue for the Boycouts school-based Learning for Life character leadership program. Transformation of the 88-acre Camp Whispering Cedars into a STEM Center of Excellence, the first of its kind among Girl Scouts chapters. Financing for a retail store that is perfectly situated to capitalize on both local and travelling traffic. A new manufacturing facility for an aluminum producer and metals processor, Audubon Metals, LLC. NMTC financing supported the creation of affordable housing in Brownsville. The expansion of the facility allowed the food bank to distribute an additional 36 million pounds of food, which is the equivalent of an additional 30 million meals for hungry central Texans. Thinkery is a non-profit LEED Silver educational museum for children. Redevelopment of a brownfield into a 165,000 sq. ft. campus of creative office and retail space The design and construction of the very first stand-alone Boys and Girls Club. Housing Channel, a local nonprofit developer, used NMTC financing to implement a housing development program in collaboration with the City of Arlington and for-profit program partners to revitalize the designated East Arlington Promise Zone. Financing for a company that repairs and refurbishes wind turbine gearboxes.