Glazer Children’s Museum

The Glazer Children’s Museum (GCM), located in downtown Tampa, Florida, provides educational experiences through hands‐on engaging exhibits and programs to children, with a primary focus on the birth‐10 year old range. An allocation of NMTCs was obtained to complete financing on a 53,000 square foot facility expansion project. The transaction closed on January 25, 2011 […]

New Generation Construction Group, Inc.

In 2018, Stonehenge Capital made an NMTC investment in New Generation Construction Group, Inc., (NGC). The investment will support NGC’s expansion project at its new headquarters located in the Telegraph District. The Telegraph District is a $75 million redevelopment in a distressed area of downtown Lincoln. Aptly named for its focus on innovative solutions as […]

Indian River County Habitat for Humanity

Smith NMTC and Stonehenge partnered to provided $6 million in NMTC financing to Indian River County Habitat for Humanity, an organization founded to help ensure everyone has a place to live. The Habitat affiliate used the proceeds of the NMTC financing to construct 60 affordable homes.

Chaucer Foods Project 2

Chaucer Foods, Inc. (“Chaucer”), an Oregon-based supplier to major food producers around the world, opened a new freeze-dried food processing facility in Forest Grove that created 73 jobs.

Hitchcock’s Market

In rural Dixie County, Florida, there was only one grocery store, and its 30-year old building had become run down.

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 […]

Romark Global Pharma

Romark Global Pharma, LLC (Romark) used NMTC financing to rehabilitate a former warehouse into a 40,000 sq. ft. pharmaceutical manufacturing plant where it produces Alinia, a prescription drug that treats illnesses caused by Crypotsporidium parvum and Giardia lamblia. This project will contribute to disaster relief efforts following Hurricane Maria.

Plush Mill

the renovation of the historic Plush Mill in Greenville, S. C. The revitalized 24,500 square-foot building is home to Serendipity Labs, a co-working and shared office space.

Revolution Mill

Self-Help Ventures Fund, owner of Revolution Mill and the surrounding 45 acres two miles north of downtown Greensboro, closed on a financing package and began an accelerated construction schedule to complete the redevelopment of the mixed-use, destination campus by the third quarter of 2016. The total cost of the development will exceed $100M, making it […]

International Civil Rights Center & Museum

A comprehensive Civil Rights museum and an innovative social justice educational organization devoted to the understanding and advancement of civil and human rights at home and around the world.

Navajo Tribal Authority Administrative Building

Not a trace of mold that closed Administration Building No. 1 exists. Neither do the dim lighting, dusty feelings and any indication that this was built 30 years ago. Now, the building, which houses various tribal departments and divisions, including the Office of the Controller and Office of Management and Budget, illuminates with natural lighting […]

Easter Seals

The new construction of a two-story 26,378 sq. ft. fitness, wellness and recreation center for Easterseals Academy, a school for children with autism spectrum disorders, emotional disabilities and developmental delays.

Urban Health Plan

Urban Health Plan (UHP) is a network of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) that has provided medical care for more than 30 years to residents of the South Bronx. UHP used NMTC financing to build a new 54,000-square-foot facility adjacent to their currently overcrowded site in the Morrisania neighborhood of the Bronx. Upon completion of […]

La Posada Pintada

Financing for the expansion of La Posada Pintada, a family-owned inn in Bluff, where traditional sources of financing have been hard to obtain for small-business owners in the rural community. The expansion from six rooms to 10 at La Posada Pintada created jobs and to increased occupancy rates and consumer spending in the area, which […]

Dow Bay Area Family YMCA

Construction of a 92,000 sq. ft. YMCA that includes a large swimming pool, three multi-purpose fitness rooms, a child care center, two basketball courts, paddle-ball and racquetball courts and a track for walking and jogging.