The project calls for salvaging and adaptively reusing the existing East Market Building, reopening Lexington Street for pedestrians, and building a new 63,000 sq. ft. market building on the south parking lot that is a modern interpretation of one of the original 1900s market sheds. The new design will include approximately 40-50 market merchants, many […]
ST Paper purchased the Oconto Falls mill in 2007 and made investments in the operation to expand its customer reach and improve production capabilities. Today it is an outsourced manufacturer of 100% recycled fiber tissue, napkin, and towel products for the paper industry and employees 95 employees. ST Paper is active in the Oconto Falls […]
The project is a $16.1MM, 56,925 square foot educational facility designed to provide in-demand automotive, mechanic, and other technical training in Indianapolis, Indiana. Central Indiana lacks an adequate pipeline of qualified and experienced automotive, diesel, and motorsports industry workers. The project addresses this need, providing a pathway out of poverty for Ivy Tech Automotive Program […]
Construction of a four-story, co-op grocery anchored, mixed use development consisting of 11,000 SF commercial space and 48 residential rental units in rural Mount Pleasant, MI. The project, located in a Food Desert and an area with a 900 unit workforce housing gap, will bring healthy, accessible, affordable food to over 38,000 residents and catalyze […]
Construction and development of a 5-story, mixed use building consisting of 68 residential units, parking and approximately 12,000 SF of ground floor commercial and retail space. The project will support inclusive growth in Detroit’s historic cultural district with apartments being marketed to artists, teachers, and professionals, attached to the surrounding cultural district and medical campuses […]
Kalamazoo Gospel Ministries is the largest provider of homeless housing and services in the southwest Michigan area. Founded in 1933 as a Depression-Era soup kitchen, it now provides residency-based recovery programs, services for the mentally ill, supportive services, and aftercare in a multi-campus, comprehensive ministry. A Shelter From Their Storm demolishes, replaces, and expands a […]
In January 2019, CSP closed on $26MM redevelopment of the 86,000 square foot blighted complex (that includes 6 buildings) in East Baltimore’s Middle East neighborhood, which had been vacant since 1981 and was in a state of complete despair. Phase II NMTC request will support the following uses: Associated Builders and Contractors Construction Acadamy, Morgan […]
The Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center Chicago, a Community Center, including recreational and job training components.
NMTC financing supported a new 90,000 sq. ft. facility located in a severely distressed, non-metro, low income community.
Office space for domestic violence nonprofit and shelter with 16 housing units for victims of domestic violence.
An NMTC investment from Cinnaire supported the development of a new, 100,000-square-foot building dedicated to financial technologies at the University of Delaware’s Science.
In partnership with The Arc of Indiana Foundation, Cinnaire celebrated the Grand Opening of the Erskine Green Training Institute & Teaching Hotel in 2016 Muncie, IN. Cinnaire has invested $11M in New Market Tax Credits to finance the Institute, the first hospitality and healthcare training institute for individuals with disabilities in the United States. In […]
Mixed-use including housing and commercial for GVSU Seidman College of Business.
Finance renovation of bighted, contaminated former industrial site into a mixed-use, mixed-income community featuring new fresh food market and other retail ammenities.
New Culinary Arts School Provides Educational Opportunities and Revitalization in Downtown Flint, Michigan
The construction of a new expanded YMCA building and the demolition of the existing YMCA building.
Financing for the acquisition and installation of equipment for a metal casting facility, East Jordan Iron Works.
$22 million financing package closes to support cutting edge early childhood center on Marygrove campus
FQHC in rural Calumet, MI, providing exceptional medical, dental and behavioral health care.
The 85,000 sf former lithograph printing complex will be restored and transformed into the Center for Neighborhood Innovation, convening workforce development programs, educational training, neighborhood revitalization advocates, and nonprofits committed to providing resources and jobs for under-resourced community residents.