Court and Walnut (Kroger)

This project brings a healthy foods grocery to the Central Business Distract and Over-the-Rhine (OTR) neighborhoods of Cincinnati. With the only grocery store in OTR closing, this will keep a grocery in the area to provide residents with affordable healthy foods and daily necessities without the need for automobile transportation. The location is within walking […]

Crossroads Uptown

Located near the University of Cincinnati campus, Crossroads Uptown serves the college community and Uptown neighborhoods north of downtown Cincinnati. Built in 1873, the building was once home to St. George Catholic Church. The church closed, and in 2008 the beloved steeples burned in an electrical fire. With a mission to breathe new life into […]

Uptown Gateway

Construction of a 189,000 SF commercial office building to be leased for 17 years by the University of Cincinnati. The building will allow UC faculty and students to engage with industry and the community to address opportunities and challenges in a digital future, with the goal of building, recruiting, and retaining tech talent in the […]


Renovation of historic building for commercial retail space

Washington Park Parking Garage

The $48 million 2012 renovation and expansion of Washington Park was a public /private partnership among 3CDC, the City of Cincinnati, the Cincinnati Park Board, and the Cincinnati corporate and philanthropic community. This partnership resulted in the transformation of Washington Park from 6 acres to an 8-acre urban sanctuary. In addition to becoming a stand-alone […]


Construction and development of a new manufacturing facility that produces consumer products and employ local residents that have a barrier to finding meaningful work.

Lighthouse Sheakley Center for Youth

The historic rehabilitation and conversion of a 61,713 sq. ft. former warehouse building into the country’s first comprehensive services center for homeless youth aged 18 to 24 years old.

Findlay Kitchen

This is the substantial rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of eight historic buildings located in a three block area of the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood.

CityLink Center

Several years ago, Cincinnati leaders gathered for the grand opening of the CityLink Center, a comprehensive social services mall which was built with the help of New Markets Tax Credits. While the bulk of the funding for CityLink came from private donations, a critical construction financing gap of over $2.7 million was filled through NMTC […]


Blighted building brought back to life as a new Cincinnati hub for arts, education, music, and community events

Ed Lee, President & CEO, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

We are facing an affordable housing crisis across the USA. 1 in 6 families are paying more than 50% of their monthly income on housing costs. This is unacceptable. NMTC’s enable developers and community development organizations to make investments in affordable housing in markets where it is needed most to provide affordable workforce housing in […]