Midtown Global Market

The Midtown Global Market project in Minneapolis involved the creation of an 86,084-sq. ft. public marketplace for a mixture of start-up, second stage, and anchor businesses offering internationallythemed fresh and prepared food.

Model Mill

Summers-Taylor Inc. expects to make the Model MIll on West Walnut Street its new headquarters by the end of the year (2020). The highway construction company will occupy one-third of the space inside the refurbished building, which once thrived as a flour mill. The mill was at the risk of becoming more of an eyesore than an iconic downtown Johnson Citystructure. Summers came to a sound deal with the previous owners and will progress toward a later-half 2018 finish date of his work at the site.

Washington Park Parking Garage

The $48 million 2012 renovation and expansion of Washington Park was a public /private partnership among 3CDC, the City of Cincinnati, the Cincinnati Park Board, and the Cincinnati corporate and philanthropic community. This partnership resulted in the transformation of Washington Park from 6 acres to an 8-acre urban sanctuary. In addition to becoming a stand-alone destination, the restoration and expansion of Washington Park compliments its surrounding amenities, including Music Hall, the new School for Creative and Performing Arts and on-going residential and commercial development around its edges. The Washington Park restoration included a 450-space underground parking garage, a performance stage, civic lawn, event plaza, interactive water feature with lights and sound, children’s playground, dog park, restored historic bandstand, seasonal planting beds, and a half-acre of meandering pathways through beautiful, mature landscaping. The Park will continue to attract more home owners, business owners and visitors to Over-the-Rhine from throughout the city, the region and the nation.

Larkin U Building

Adaptive reuse of a vacant 239 Van Rensselaer building to provide approximately 42,000 square feet of Class A office space to FNB, as well as approximately 12,000 square feet of basement storage and office space.


An arts and design College and dorm, Charter Middle/High School and business accelerator: Located in downtown Detroit, MI, The Argonaut project converted a historic GM building into a 760,000 sq. ft. mixed-use educational facility. The College of Creative Studies’ expansion campus features educational facilities for undergraduate and graduate programs, residential facilities for up to 300 students and an arts and design middle and high school serving approximately 900 students annually. The project achieves LEED Certification for Existing Buildings, incorporates sustainability features, and may incorporate alternative energy generation once construction is complete. Six NMTC allocatees were involved in the transaction to overcome long-standing development hurdles. (NNMF NMTCs: $7.5 million)

Winters Building

The project entails the renovation of the Winters Building – a school and performing arts center that provides services to underserved inner-city youth. The project involved the construction of a completely new steel and concrete structure within the historic exterior walls. The improvements included performance theaters on the first and second floors, lower-level instructional space, all new building systems, restoration of the historic façade, and increased classroom/office space.


Ovenly: Provided $600,000 working capital for bakery based in Brooklyn, NY with a focus on quality job creation and providing jobs to formerly incarcerated people and refugees. Ovenly has hired a third of its employees through GOSO and other workforce organizations such as the Ansob Center for Refugees and Seedco. The bakery’s staff now includes people who have survived gang involvement, domestic violence and political or religious persecution in their countries of origin, and workers come from places as far-flung as Sudan, Guatemala and the Bronx.

Achievement Academy

The project entails the ground-up construction of a 32,000 sq. ft. school building on approximately two acres of land to house Achievement Academy, a charter school serving Albany, NY.

Paseo Verde

Paseo Verde is a $48.2 million mixed-use, transit-oriented, green development in Philadelphia’s Ludlow community – a low-income, distressed neighborhood currently undergoing a revitalization drive fueled by strong public and private collaboration. The multi-building development features 120 units of affordable and workforce housing. Fifty-three units are affordable to families with household incomes between 20% and 60% of the area median income (AMI). The other 67 units are targeted to low-income families making less than 100% of AMI. The project’s 30,000 square feet of commercial and retail space include a primary care health facility, pharmacy, and social services office. The 1.9-acre brownfield site is located directly adjacent to the Temple University Regional Rail train station.