The brick schoolhouse was constructed in 1910 and was slated for demolition after a fire damaged it in 2008. The Louisiana Landmarks Society added the building to its list of New Orleans’ nine most endangered historical sites in 2009. With the help of federal and state HTCs, Alembic Community Development restored the structure and transformed […]
In New Orleans’ Lower Garden District, a new redevelopment project is underway that resulted in 52 apartments, a commercial kitchen that prepares fresh and healthy meals for schools and social service clients and offer job training, and retail and warehouse space in a rapidly transforming neighborhood. 1770 Tchoupitoulas is the adaptive reuse of three industrial […]
Convesion of the abandoned American Bank Building into a hotel
As part of an overall neighborhood vision for the Broad Street Commercial Corridor in New Orleans, the ReFresh Project is helping to drive revitalization. A former abandoned building will soon become a new space for businesses to operate, and for community groups and residents to engage and collaborate. Approximately 88 permanent and 61 temporary full […]
Rehabilitation of a building originally built for the Colored Knights of Pythias into mixed-income residential units, public food market, community nonprofit office space, and health care center.
Civil rights trailblazer secures timely financing and breathes new life into history-making school.
St. Thomas Community Health Center, New Orleans, LA completed financing in March, 2011 to purchase and renovate a 10,000 sq. ft. historic building.
Abandoned automotive facility transformed into health center, empowering people to overcome addiction.
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 […]
New Orleans Military and Maritime Academy is a permanent home for this not-for-profit, college preparatory, charter school (with an inclusive Marine Corps JROTC program) serving primarily at risk youth.
The transformation of a failed arts center in New Orleans’ Warehouse District into a world-class culinary institute.
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 […]
Buildling of green affordable residential housing to replace devastated homes from Hurricane Katrina, for nonprofit provider of green housing research.
Kingsley House, a United Way Community Impact Partner and nationally renowned as the oldest Settlement House in the South, has served more than half a million people since it was founded in 1896. Located in the Lower Garden District of New Orleans, the social service agency provides nearly 7,000 infants, children, youth, parents and disabled […]
ACT Aerospace is a manufacturer specializing in composite design, analysis and production for the military and commercial aerospace industries.
The Advantage Capital Community Development Fund was created to increase the investment capital available to entrepreneurs in Low-Income Communities throughout the nation, particularly those communities within New Orleans, St. Louis and other markets where Advantage Capital manages other, non-New Markets investment funds. The Fund is able to use the incentives offered by the New Markets […]
The DCSNO Carrollton project is an expansion of an existing community healthcare center.
The development of a 17,801 sq. ft. commercial space in a four-story building that houses the New Orleans Redevelopment Authority.
KIPP Booker T. Washington High School is the second high school in the KIPP New Orleans network of college-prep charter schools. The school has grown to serve students from grades 9 to 12 and provides high-quality charter seats for 930 students, 91% of whom are projected to be low- income and 25% special education, both […]
A roughly 40,000 sq. ft. full service grocery store which provides access to healthy fresh food in a highly distressed food desert.