Greenline Ventures used the NMTC to provide growth capital for a metal fabricator in Conroe, Texas.
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 Old Post Office historic district of downtown St. Louis is the site of revitalization projects, including the Syndicate Building considered a key, cornerstone; historic building that was in a state of advance deterioration. In fact, the condition of the building and potential threat it posed for the future of the surrounding buildings caused the […]
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 […]
Manufacturer of character costumes and franchisor of themed party events.
Financing for the expansion of a patio furniture manufacturer in Maspeth, NY
NMTCs enabled Monogram Snacks to expand their facility in Martinsville, VA by 56,000 sq. ft. and renovate space in the original production plant.
Greenline used its NMTC supported Small Business Capital Fund to deliver a $1.5 million subordinate business loan. The loan allowed RMI to expand product offerings and hire 10 additional technology workers from the low-income community. Three of these workers were previously unemployed. According to Calvert Foundation, the loan was,
“an important trigger for near-term growth and job creation that will eventually lead to additional capital from traditional banks and private equity.”
Financing for Arista Aviation, a FAA-certified Part 145 repair station, providing maintenance, repair and overhaul services for rotary wing platforms, including airframes and avionics.
The borrower, a paint-less dent removal business in Denver, utilized NMTC financing for acquisition of a business and for working capital.
Financing for a manufacturer of LEED Certified building products and window materials.
$700,000 to a steel truss manufacturer in Banning, CA
Acquisition, demolition and remediation of 122-acre Ford auto plant. Largest Brownfield project in Georgia, paved the way for redevelopment.