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.
CityLink Center, a comprehensive social services mall with a FQHC
Mixed-use project with retail, community commercial, office and workforce housing.
Quimby Plaza is a new mixed-use building at the southeastern boundary of the Legends Park HOPE VI Revitalization Plan area in Memphis, TN. Located on Poplar Avenue just east of the Memphis Medical District, the 45,000 square foot building includes a 5,500 square foot community center and management space for Legends Park, 24 units of market-rate and affordable rental housing, and 9,000 square feet of medical space to serve the Legends Park residents and the surrounding community. Through a partnership with Methodist Healthcare, the main tenant of this space is the Le Bonheur Pediatric Outpatient Rehabilitation Clinic. MBS Urban Initiative’s $8.35 million New Markets Tax Credit investment enabled to owner to give Methodist Healthcare, a non-profit organization, a lease that included one year rent-free and up to nine years of rents which are below market value for new construction. These terms ensured that Methodist Healthcare established the Outpatient Clinic within this low-income community and, thus, erased an historic boundary between the medical district and the neighborhood.
Rehab of vacant department store