Construction of a 200,000 sq. ft. warehouse/distribution center. The warehouse/distribution center being build is located inside of the Fountain Lakes Commerce Center. Within the proposed Project, National Tire Wholesale occupies approximately 70,000 sq. ft. and two food-manufacturing companies occupy the remainder of the leasable space.
JAKC Youth Learning Lab is an experiential learning center that will offer kids an opportunity to explore careers, develop critical thinking skills, learn financial responsibility, and grow in understanding of what makes a community successful. The most sizable attraction of the JAKC Youth Learning Lab will be the 14,000- square-foot JA BizTown, a miniature city […]
In 2017, Harvesters completed its construction project at the Kansas City facility, adding 13,000 square feet to the organization’s cooler, creating a new climate-controlled area for packing BackSnacks and boxing bread donations and included a Bulk Repackaging Zone, where bulk dry goods like rice, pasta, cereal and flour can be re-packed into family-size portions. In […]
CBKC provided $9 million of NMTC allocation to support a 30,000 square foot (“SF”) expansion and renovation of a blighted grocery store in a low-income community in Wichita, KS (the “Project”). The Project expanded the produce and fresh food section of the Dillon’s grocery store bringing healthier food options this federally designated food desert while […]
NMTC financing allowed Spirit AreoSystems to expand theircurrent facility to allow for increased ability to design, fabricate, and assemble large-scale aerostructures within various business segments. This investment enables Spirit to purchase new equipment to meet rate increase requirements, win new content on existing aircraft platforms, and be a top-tier supplier for clean sheet programs. Spirit […]
CBKC provided $5 million of NMTC allocation to support the acquisition and redevelopment of 43,519 SF of community service space to serve as the permanent food bank in Topeka, KS for Harvesters Community Food Network (the “Project”). The Project provided Harvesters more space and a permanent residency in Topeka, KS, allowing Harvesters to grow its […]
Grocery store provides fresh fish, meats, fruits, produce, grains, nuts and other healthy foods.
The historic renovation of the German American Building into an office building for Mosaic Life Care along with 2,000 sq. ft. café operated by a local business.
High tech research has found a home at the Roy Blunt Jordan Valley Innovation Center.
The financing the purchase and rehabilitation of a former firehouse.
The new Smith County Memorial Hospital and Family Practice opened in Smith Center, KS.
St. Louis, MO The Arcade Building was originally built for retail and office use. Abandoned since the 1980s, its 2012 rehabilitation brought new residential, commercial, and educational opportunities to the heart of Downtown St. Louis.
Financing for a grocery store and a food distribution, processing and aggregation facility.
The River City Business Park project involved $70M redevelopment of a long-abandoned brownfield site into a 54 acre LEED-certified business park in a highly distressed community.
Project that includes a sophisticated laboratory and office environments for early-stage and mature biotech and medical companies, along with office space for Washington University and a café.
NMTC financing supported the 150,000 sq. ft. expansion of a manufacturing facility and storage facility, as well as equipment purchases for additional assembly line and product storage. The project is needed to increase efficiency, production, sales and hiring.
The construction of a 59,000 sq. ft. office building for a corporate incubator and research space in Manhattan, KS.
Through two hospital campuses in north Kansas City, Truman Medical Center (“TMC”) provides medical care to a low-income, medically underserved community. In 2009, TMC provided more than $84,000,000 in uncompensated medical care, and its level one trauma center is one of the busiest in Kansas City. TMC is the primary teaching hospital for the University […]
Operation Breakthrough, Inc. is a non-profit in Kansas City that purchased and renovated a property across the street from its existing facility, constructing a new gymnasium and bridge that will connect the two campuses.
The construction of a new 28,300 sq. ft. early child education center for Emmanuel Family and Child Development Center adjacent to its prior location in Kansas City, MO.