MIA Seating

With the goal of bringing back to the United States most of its manufacturing needs, MIA Seating intends to establish a new Technologically Advanced and Vertically Integrated manufacturing facility in the United States; manufacturing a high quality “Made in the USA” product line of office chairs and furniture at prices that can compete with imported […]

ST Paper

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 […]

Detroit Manufacturing Systems

Detroit Manufacturing Systems (DMS) manufactures automotive components and contracts with major automotive companies such as Ford Motor Company and General Motors. DM were manufacturing instrument clusters for various Ford platforms (vehicles). The existing manufacturing plant must be modified to accommodate the purchase and installation of welding and injection molding equipment. NMTC proceeds will allow them […]

Aker BioMarine

Aker BioMarine, a Norwegian biotechnology firm, is partnering with the French nutraceutical firm, Naturex Inc., to convert a vacant Dryer’s Grand Ice Cream facility into a biomarine manufacturing plant which extracts omega-3 from krill fish for human consumption. Aker has developed a unique and sustainable krill harvesting method which eliminates by-catch products and minimizes the […]

Eatery Essentials

Eatery Essentials is the U.S. subsidiary of VigourPak, a state-of-the art manufacturer of paper and plastic cups and containers in Taiwan. As the exclusive North American sales and marketing arm for VigourPak, EateryEssentials is focused on providing high quality, competitively priced paper and plastic food service disposables to the following segments: Food service, Food Processors, […]


Since its founding in 1896 as PUBCO Carbon and Ink, PUBCO has been helping businesses put ink on paper. Now a label manufacturing firm, PUBCO has a tradition and reputation of a commitment to customer service, internal quality control and coninuous improvement. PUBCO is proposing to expand its manufacturing operations and capacity at its industrial […]

Westervelt Lumber

The $191.6 million facility will produce approximately 250 million board feet of pine lumber annually|taking advantage of the company’s nearby timberland and other facilities. The new mill created 125 permanent full-time jobs in a census tract with an unemployment rate of 21.8% and poverty rate of 20.5%. Workers earn over 267% of the average living […]

Plaza Adelante

This multi-tenant nonprofit complex, formerly a warehouse, located in San Francisco’s Mission District is a one-stop center of financial, legal, health, childcare and supportive services for low-income residents.

San Antonio Food Bank

The San Antonio Food Bank (SAFB), the 14th largest food bank in the country, serves 16 counties in Southwest Texas. The mission of SAFB is to fight hunger through food distribution, service programs, education, and advocacy. SAFB partners with more than 530 agencies to deliver food (45 million pounds in 2011) and services to 58,000 […]

American SprialWeld Pipe Co.

The new construction and equipping of a $62.8M, 275,000 sq. ft. spiral welded pipe manufacturing plant in rural Paris, Texas.

Ochsner Baptist Medical Center

Prior to Hurricane Katrina, Ochsner Baptist Medical Center (formerly Memorial Medical) treated more uninsured patients than any other private hospital in the region. NNMF’s NMTC financing (two other allocatees invested) was structured as operational capacity to expand and re-open more than one million square feet of medical services space including: 100-bed surgical hospital, a senior […]

National World War II Museum

The World War II museum has hosted more than 1.7 million visitors since 2000. Approximately 50% of visitors indicated that the museum was one of their top two reasons for visiting New Orleans. The multi-phase redevelopment and expansion of the World War II Museum is now a six-acre campus of exhibition pavilions that includes a […]

Nucleus Innovation Center

The University of Louisville Foundation constructed an eight-story, 202,510 gross square foot commercial office, information technology and laboratory building known as the Nucleus Innovation Center Building #1, the first of four buildings that comprise the Nucleus Innovation Park Downtown in Louisville, KY. The building is leased to innovative companies, both revenue generating and start-up, in […]

Dream Center

The Dream Center, a volunteer-driven organization, currently serves over 40,000 people each month.

AAON Longview

A leading manufacturer of heating and cooling products used NMTC financing for its new facility expansion at the Longview, Texas manufacturing plant.

Habitat for Humanity, Gulf Coast Affiliates

The Habitat Homes Project provided support to Habitat for Humanity (HFH) affiliates located in Metro Jackson and in the Mississippi Gulf Coast areas of Mississippi. These two HFH entities collaborated to build 85+ affordable single-family homes in Hurricane Katrina-impacted communities across Mississippi. Home designs incorporated water and energy-saving elements along with environmental sustainability features to […]

Charter School of the Dunes

Charter School of the Dunes (CSOD) constructed a new 50, 000 square foot facility to house its expanding student population and better serve and educate low-income students in the Gary, Indiana area. Its previous facility and new school site are located in the Miller neighborhood on the east side of Gary, a former industrial stronghold […]

Gateway Marketplace

An open air retail mall located on Eight Mile Road in Detroit, MI, this project constructed a major retail center remediating a 36-acre Brownfield site at the Southeast corner of Woodward Avenue and Eight Mile Road in a severely distressed Detroit neighborhood. The anchor tenant is now a 214, 000 sq. ft. Meijer Super Center […]


In 2012, West Liberty, Kentucky was literally destroyed by a series of E-3 tornadoes.