CAHEC, River Gorge Capital, and Truist used the NMTC to orchestrate a public-private partnership between the City of Jackson, Madison County, Madison County Public Schools, Jackson Community Redevelopment Agency, and Healthy Community, LLC to improve education in Jackson, TN.
Founded in 1992, the NFSSE, a nonprofit, private school serves students with intellectual and developmental differences between the ages of 6-22, and also offers a post-graduate program for young adults between the ages of 22-40. NFSSE’s development plan will reshape the footprint of the school campus and will include renovations to an existing building, construction […]
Atlanta Mission is the oldest and largest provider of support services for metro Atlanta’s homeless population. NMTC financed the construction of Restoration House, a 45,330 SF low-barrier shelter for homeless women and children. Restoration House will be Atlanta’s first low-barrier shelter, meaning it accepts all clients as long as they are not a risk to […]
In January 2012, the elected officials and senior administrative staff of the City of Rocky Mount, North Carolina set forth a bold vision to revitalize and transform Downtown Rocky Mount: A 160,000 sq. ft. multipurpose event center including 155,000 sq. ft. allocated to a mixed-use hybrid sports, health, wellness, entertainment and multipurpose community facility and […]
The Southeast Raleigh YMCA/Elementary School is the first phase of a 31-acre master planned site to improve access to education, wellness and fitness activities, and affordable housing in Raleigh, North Carolina. The 114,959 square foot facility is shared by the YMCA (42,960 SF) and the Wake County Public School System elementary school (71,999 SF). Community […]
Pikeville University is in Kentucky’s rural, eastern-most Appalachian county. With a 33.5 percent poverty rate and a median family income of only 64.2 percent of the national average, Pike County is a medically underserved Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) county. The vision of the Pikeville College School of Osteopathic Medicine (PCSOM) was to provide economic opportunity, […]
The Republic Bank Foundation YMCA is a newly constructed 77,000 sq. ft. multi-purpose facility to improve health equity in west Louisville, Kentucky.
NMTCs helped Dot Foods revitalize a rural community that lost more than 3,000 manufacturing jobs between 2010-2013.
A former Liggett and Myers tobacco warehouse in Durham, NC, the Carmichael Building, is now home to lab, research, and office space for Duke University’s Molecular Physiology Institute. New Markets Tax Credits helped make this rehabilitation possible.
Rooms To Go, the largest independent furniture retailer in the United States, developed a new 1.2 million sq. ft. facility which serves as its primary distribution and processing center for online deliveries throughout the eastern United States. At the facility, furniture components are received, assembled, warehoused and ultimately shipped directly to customers’ homes. The facility […]
The Boys and Girls Club is expanding services through the construction of an additional 29,112 square feet of space at their current location, according to a news release. After the expansion, the club expects to open seven classrooms, a STEM teaching lab and dedicated space for teens.
Rehabilitation of a historic theater into a modern performing arts and education center with seating for 950, 200 guest ballroom, and classrooms.
A new addiction treatment facility for a community where one in nine struggle with drugs and alcohol
The construction of a new 200,000 sq. ft. educational facility and grow to include a high school.