Mike Larsson of MATCH Charter School takes education seriously. “Our mission at MATCH is to prepare students not only to get into college, but to complete the degree—to succeed in college and beyond.” This commitment was something that BlueHub Capital, then known as Boston Community Capital, was eager to support, so we provided a New […]
Weaver Street Market is a large cooperatively-owned grocer that operates two stores in distressed areas in Carrboro and Chapel Hill (NC). NCBCI provided leverage financing as part of a $7.0MM in NMTC transaction to support the purchase and development of a third healthy food retail site, and to develop warehouse capacity that allowed the market […]
Financing for the Walnut Street Community Health Center, a federally qualified health center.
Financing for the construction of a community health center.
Formerly know as “The School for New Americans,” this charter school has served many refugee students and their families and currently houses approximately 570 students in the grades K-9.
Construction of a state of the art community health center facility serving one of San Francisco’s poorest districts.
The Child Development Center is one of the many successful programs administered by Healy-Murphy Center.
The construction of a new 35,000 square foot medical, dental, and pharmacy facility by Advance Community Health adjacent to its existing 13,100 SF Rock Quarry Health Clinic in Raleigh, NC. The project also includes the re-purposing of its existing Rock Quarry building into a centralized facility to house all of Wake’s administrative departments.
Financing for a community health care facility.
A $7.1 million loan from Capital Impact Partners helped North County Health Services purchase and renovate a new 12,000-square-foot health center to replace its aging facility in Oceanside, a city with some of the highest poverty rates in the North County. The new center offers comprehensive adult and pediatric services, as well as a pharmacy. […]
In 2014, Capital Impact Partners worked in partnership with the Loveland Housing Authority to open Colorado’s first ever GREEN HOUSE Project.
The construction of new food distribution facility for Meals on Wheels of Tarrant County.
$22 million financing package closes to support cutting edge early childhood center on Marygrove campus
Conversion of a historic GM building into a 760,000 sq. ft. mixed-use educational facility.
Dayspring transforms the lives of homeless children and their families by providing housing, substance abuse treatment and services to assist families to gain stability and the resources to rebuild their lives. Dayspring’s continuum of care includes residential treatment, transitional and permanent housing with focus on prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery.