The NMTC provides critical, flexible funding for economic development projects that help stabilize and revitalize lower-income communities. It is a unique capital source that advances projects that otherwise could not be pursued.
BACKGROUND The M. Swift & Sons Company Historic District was founded and constructed between 1887 to 1948 in Northeast Hartford, CT. The district’s factory complex, called Swift Factory, consisted of … Read More
Construction of three new facilities to help a FQHC serve more patients. Expected to increase existing patients to 18,000 with 65,000 individual existing patient visits per year. The health centers … Read More
Waterside School was founded in 2001 by former Greenwich Capital partner, Konrad Kruger. The goal was to create a rigorous academic program and formative experience for bright students from financially … Read More
Generations Family Health Center, Inc., a regional community health center covering 33 towns in eastern Connecticut, a medically underserved area, has constructed a new 32,000 square foot facility. The new … Read More
Named one of America’s Top 50 children’s museums, Stepping Stones Museum for Children doubled its size with this LEED Gold certified 22,000 sq. ft. expansion. The expansion created additional galleries … Read More
Mixed-use: The rehabilitation of the historic Arcade Building and 144 Golden Hill Street is a vital part of Bridgeport’s downtown revitalization. The city has been deeply distressed since the loss … Read More