Latin American Montessori Bilingual Public Charter School

When the Latin American Montessori Bilingual (LAMB) Charter School in Washington D.C. embarked on a project to renovate its new facility, TRF helped the school identify and finance energy efficiency measures that were designed to give the school a lifetime of operating budget savings. LAMB had spent its first two years operating out of a […]

THEARC Phase III/Children’s National Medical Center

Town Hall Education Arts Recreation Campus (THEARC) is developed by a nonprofit called Building Bridges Across the River (BBAR) to address the economic, academic and social challenges facing families living east of the Anacostia River, in wards 7 and 8 – the poorest and most underserved communities in Washington, D.C. The development was the third […]

KIPP DC Hamilton

NMTC financing supported the construction of the KIPP DC Hamilton Campus, adjacent to Union Market and Gallaudet University. The brand new 120,000 square-foot building includes multi-use athletic fields. This is one of approx. 5 Charter High Schools in the District which will operate as a feeder campus for KIPP Middle School students. Once completed, the […]


Most lenders shy away from start up businesses and restaurant start ups are even more risky. But City First Bank of DC specializes in lending to small companies, many needing to borrow less than $1 million. One of the projects it financed using the proceeds of capital raised through the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) […]

Thurgood Marshall Academy Public Charter High School

Financing for a new facility for the Thurgood Marshall Academy (TMA), DC’s first law-related charter school. TMA was founded in DC’s Anacostia neighborhood in 2001 with a mission to prepare students to succeed in college and actively engage in a democratic society. After originally meeting in a rented church building, TMA, through the use of […]

Community of Hope

Finance the rehabilitation, construction and development of the approximately 22,511 square foot Community of Hope Family Health and Birth Center + Community of Hope, Inc. currently operates its Family Health and Birth Center / FQHC in a leased space . The owner has sold the property to a developer and has terminated COH’s lease. In […]

The Beacon Center

50,000 sq. ft. redevelopment of a church community facility, office and program space, and neighborhood retail.

Shops at Park Village

A 111,293 sq. ft. commercial development in the Congress Heights neighborhood in southeast Washington, DC.

Ontario Court

Ontario Court is the rehabilitation of an 85-year old, three-story building in the Adams Morgan neighborhood of Washington, D. C., into a mixed-use facility serving low- and moderate-income residents. The “near-gut-rehab” renovation preserves 27 units of affordable housing in the gentrifying neighborhood, and creates 4,000 square feet of commercial space to house the new Jubilee […]

Mixed-Use with the Bowen YMCA

The Bowen YMCA began a redevelopment project to turn it’s dilapidated building into a modern, mixed-use facility featuring 170 residential units, retail space and underground parking. The new center offers a full-service fitness and wellness center, child-care facility, a test kitchen to promote healthy eating, indoor swimming pool, internet café, administrative offices and a rooftop […]

Mary Center

Mary’s Center for Maternal and Child Care addresses healthcare as a holistic process, involving not just medical needs, but also the needs of patient education and social services. Through a New Markets Tax Credit deal, BlueHub Capital, formerly known as Boston Community Capital, helped Mary’s Center expand its coverage and partner with local hospitals in […]

Martha’s Table

New headquarters for a social service organization offering early childhood education, youth and parent engagement programs, healthy food, and other services. Also located on site – The Commons, Community Of Hope, Inc.

Educare DC

An innovative state-of-the-art pre-school offering early childhood educational programs supported by Head Start.

Early Childhood Academy

The acquisition, redevelopment and expansion of the vacant former Anna Johenning Baptist Church building will transition into the 300 student campus for Early Children Education Center.

DC Prep 2

Redevelopment and expansion of a vacant 18,000 sq. ft. school building that formerly housed Our Lady of Perpetual Health Catholic School into a ‘state of the art’ 36,000 sq. ft. building to serve as the Anacostia campus of DC Prep.