After sitting vacant for almost a decade, the 1938 Art Deco State Theatre of Culpeper, Va., is back in business. NMTC financing helped a Richmond manufacturer expand its capacity and create more jobs. NMTC financing supported the construction of a building for the Norfolk Police Department. 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 […] 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. […] 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 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. NMTC financing supported the rehab of the historic Wayne Theatre. After years of planning, Millwald Theatre Inc. was given the go-ahead to begin construction thanks to NMTC financing. Since its inception in 1983, Center in the Square has been the major catalyst for development and renewal in downtown Roanoke, VA. 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. NMTC financing supported the construction of an R&D laboratory and research center. The project expands AJCES with a new building and gymnasium on a site adjacent to its existing school building. 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. 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. 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. The second phase of renovation of an old hospital into classrooms, lecture halls, laboratories, and clinical space for E and H graduate programs. 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. In July 2011, Hampton Roads Ventures invested $9,730,000 in the Roanoke City Market Building, a Certified Historic Structure and former center of commerce and social interaction for downtown Roanoke. Adaptive and reuse redevelopment of an 83-year-old historic theater that housed the offices of celebrated African American filmmaker Oscar Micheaux in the 1920s. Commonwealth Crossing Business Centre is a modern business and technology park designed to attract major manufacturers with the potential to add value to the local economy and create thousands of new jobs. Construction loan for mixed-use development with grocery store, pharmacy, credit union, community space. The Carpenter Theatre first opened its doors in 1928 as a Loew's Theater for moving pictures. The rehabilitation of the vacant Philip Morris Blended Leaf Complex in downtown Richmond, Virginia into a new headquarters for Congregations Around Richmond To Assure Shelter (CARITAS). A new 42,160 sq. ft. library in Petersburg, VA. The Norfolk Ship Repair and Drydock Company, located in the South Brambleton Redevelopment Area of Norfolk, VA. NMTCs enabled Monogram Snacks to expand their facility in Martinsville, VA by 56,000 sq. ft. and renovate space in the original production plant. The Martinsville Clean Energy project successfully combined Investment Tax Credits and New Markets Tax Credits for the design, construction and installation of state-of-the-art clean energy generation technology into an anaerobic digestion facility in rural Martinsville, VA. Two medical services facilities designed to provide services to the elderly and the medically under-served The acquisition and installation of equipment at a biofuels processing facility in rural Lawrenceville, Virginia, a community of approximately 1,400 people. Development of 26,500 sq. ft. medical office building which has tripled the available physicians from two to six, provided a full-service state-of-the-art Outpatient Diagnostic Center, and a fully-equipped rehabilitation facility. NMTC financing helps jump-start recycling plant in rural Virginia. NMTC financing for River District Tower, a mixed-use project. Revitalization of a commercial center in a distressed community of 16,000 by renovating the buildings into Water Place, a mixed-use development with retail and office space, community-oriented commercial space, and affordable rental housing. Construction of affordable, for sale housing. Adaptive reuse of local landmark as a boutique hotel and centerpiece of downtown revitalization efforts. The construction of a $7.2M medical center and dental clinic which provide comprehensive medical and dental care, as well as rural health outreach programs, to medically underserved communities in rural Virginia. This suburban style shopping center is located just south of Alexandria, Virginia and just four miles north of Mount Vernon, home to George Washington.