The City High Charter School currently serves approximately 560 9th through 12th grade students of which 65% are low income as measured by the federal free/reduced lunch program and 14% receive special education services. The Verizon Building Project allowed City High Charter School to expand its physical facilities, improve upon its educational capabilities, and admit […]
Thanks to NMTC financing, UPMC Susquehanna opened a new Neuroscience Center in Williamsport, expanding services and bringing advanced procedures to the region. The Neuroscience Center brings together neurologists Donald Dworek, DO, and Stuart Olinsky, MD; and neurosurgeons Rodwan Rajjoub, MD, Hani Tuffaha, MD, and James Fick, MD; and their staff to one convenient and easily accessible location on the third floor […]
The River Valley Regional YMCA sponsored the construction of a 62,000 sq. ft. community center to replace their former, obsolete, and inefficient Williamsport YMCA facility housed in eight interconnected buildings in downtown Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The YMCA currently serves 2,360 members, which are anticipated to more than double by the end of December 2015. The new […]
The Coal Street project transformed a dilapidated 30-acre park into a regional sports and medical complex.
Improvements to four buildings and related site work to create a men’s shelter, women’s shelter, veteran’s shelter and a vocational training center.
The completion of an $8 million New Markets Tax Credits transaction to help fund the expansion and consolidation of healthcare services provided by Primary Health Network (PHN) in Sharon.
The adaptive reuse of a historic cornerstone building at 329 Cherry Street in downtown Scranton.
The Connell Building, originally built in 1894, stood vacant for nearly a decade.
The Big Mill project, a neighborhood retail, commercial and residential project.
Pittsburgh’s Women’s Center and Shelter (WCS) had been located since 1994 in a converted three story 38,000 sq. ft. former automobile showroom in the North Oakland neighborhood. WCS sought $12.5 million in NMTC allocation to make necessary improvements that resulted in an expansion of the shelter to 48 beds from the existing 36, enhance living […]
Rehab of a 265,000 squarefoot vacant department store in downtown Pittsburgh.
A multi-agency effort, which includes the City of Pittsburgh, Port Authority of Allegheny County and East Liberty Development Corporation, to assemble and redevelop six acres of blighted or obsolete commercial and publicly-owned property located along the Martin Luther King Jr. East Busway, and construct a state-of-the-art multimodal transit center in the East Liberty neighborhood. The […]
The revitalization of a major gateway into the East Liberty neighborhood, which has been undergoing a major transformation after years of blight.
BVRS outgrew its previous space and renovated an 87,000 sq. ft. five-story building to suit the needs of the growing organization.
The Bakery Square project is a critical catalyst in the revitalization of the East Liberty Section of Pittsburgh.
The 421 Seventh Avenue building is located on a prominent corner in the Pittsburgh Central Downtown Historic District, which is listed in the National Register of Historic Places of the U.S Department of Interior. Redeveloping and restoring the building has not only renewed a beautiful Renaissance Revival structure, but has also continued the traditional contribution […]
Financing to help Project H.O.M.E. relocate its clinic.
Philadelphia’s Ronald McDonald House (PRMH), as a part of the worldwide network of Ronald McDonald Houses, provides temporary residence to families with children suffering from serious and life threatening illnesses. PRMH sought a 93,000 square foot expansion to its Philadelphia facilities, more than doubling the square footage of PRMH’s existing 72,000 square foot facility, for […]
Financing for the construction of a new three-story building totaling approximately 19,000 square feet.
The Center for Health and Literacy is a cooperative project between the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the City of Philadelphia.