$3 million expansion increases access to medical, dental and behavioral health services to support the area’s growing health care needs
Central Massachusetts Health Center – Health
Hornell Medical Village – St. James Hospital Medical
The Project consists of the construction of a new 26,200 SF Medical and Senior Activity Center targeted to seniors to include: an approximately 8,000 SF medical clinic to be operated by Centura Health, an approximately 10,900 SF dialysis center to be operated by Fresenius, and an approximately 6,800 SF senior activity center to be operated by DHA. The NMTC Project will be located on the ground floor and rooftop garden activity area portions of a newly constructed seven-story, mixed-use building. The Project re-establishes critical primary medical care services in this low-income, medically underserved neighborhood, while also providing homes for many low-income seniors and disabled residents. The co-location of uses and cross programming that the Project offers will allow the seniors and those with disabilities living on-site to age in place with amenities and services proven to positively impact their health and wellbeing.
Colorado Fuel and Iron (CF&I) was once one of the largest integrated steel mills in the country and was Pueblo’s primary industry, playing a prominent roll both regionally and nationally. However, with drastic decline in the American steel industry in the 1970’s and 1980’s, the mill was abandoned. Pueblo’s south side, formerly the company town of Bessemer, quickly declined. NDC’s investment provided the Bessemer Historical Society with financing to transform the historic mill into a museum to exhibit CF&Is archives. In addition to preserving the City’s past, they hope the new museum will increase tourism for the area as part of Pueblo’s overall renewal strategy.
Construction and Lease of a Federally Qualified Health Center
A civil rights museum
Youth and Family Services of South Dakota
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. The new building will accommodate ChildSafe’s growing staff and their Multi-disciplinary Team Partners. The campus will also include outdoor therapy and activity areas and public park space.
CityLink Center, a comprehensive social services mall with a FQHC