Clínica Tepeyac is a non-profit federally qualified health center. The project will finance the construction of the retail component of a 150+ unit affordable housing development (affordable to households with incomes 30%-80% of Area Median Income) that will be anchored by Clínica Tepeyac and also provide space for a fresh food retailer.
Purchase and lease of furniture, fixtures and medical equipment to Denver Health and Hospital Authority as part of the development of a new 293,000 square foot outpatient Medical Center (OMC) providing specialty outpatient care serving the most vulnerable populations. It will include a FQHC, 15 outpatient specialty clinics, surgical suites, lab services, and a pharmacy. […]
Construction of a new 35,700 SF medical respite/recuperative care center that will use cutting-edge approaches to serve the chronically homeless. It will have 50-beds for homeless patients with acute medical needs exiting hospitals, along with 25 “step-down” beds for care that is less medically intensive, allowing patients to recuperate while being connected with housing and […]
NMTC financing supported the construction of a new 26,200 SF Medical and Senior Activity Center targeted to seniors to include: an approximately 8,000 SF medical clinic to be operated by Centura Health, an approximately 10,900 SF dialysis center to be operated by Fresenius, and an approximately 6,800 SF senior activity center to be operated by […]
The Stout Street Health Center and Renaissance Lofts has provided acute and primary medical, mental health, and oral health care to Denver’s downtown homeless population for over 25 years, serving more than 8,700 people a year. The Center has expanded access to these critical medical services with construction of a 50,000-square-foot replacement facility that allows […]
Financing for a manufacturer of LEED Certified building products and window materials.
INDUSTRY Denver turned a former warehouse into a mixed-use building with offices, retail, and a business incubator.
Denver Housing Authority (DHA) is building a 175-unit, 117-square-foot Collaborative Resources Facility (the ‘facility’) and community gardens with a fresh food farmers market (collectively, the ‘project’). The project is a Transit Oriented Development (TOD), adjacent to the 10th & Osage RTD Light Rail stop, ensuring easy access by the public. The facility includes a community […]
The building of Denver Health and Hospital Authority – Southwest Clinic, a new neighborhood FQHC.