RedBird’s mission is to repurpose the historic Red Bird Mall in southern Dallas while focusing on community impact driven tenants. Phase one of the rebuild included a Starbucks Community Store, which has committed to training 100 local youth each year in hospitality; a Foot Locker Power store with a green space (the “Lawn”) that will […]
Eatery Essentials is the U.S. subsidiary of VigourPak, a state-of-the art manufacturer of paper and plastic cups and containers in Taiwan. As the exclusive North American sales and marketing arm for VigourPak, EateryEssentials is focused on providing high quality, competitively priced paper and plastic food service disposables to the following segments: Food service, Food Processors, […]
The project supported the expansion of an existing printing business.
In October 2013, Hampton Roads Ventures invested $10.5 million of its New Markets Tax Credit Allocation to the Children’s Medical Center (CMC) of Dallas, Texas. This investment funded part of the consolidation of the various heart units within the hospital forming a 12-bed CICU Heart Center. The project has created 50 new jobs, over 10 […]
Financing for a provider of a broad array of therapeutic services for children who are experiencing homelessness in the Dallas area.
Acquisition, assembly and installation of certain glass manufacturing equipment
DDF provided $11.5 million in NMTC allocation to The Family Place in July 2016 in support of the Ann Moody Place, a secure 2.41 acre campus in the Medical District that includes 30 beds of safe emergency shelter, space for social services including counseling and childcare, and administrative offices.
Dallas Development Fund provided $8 million in NMTC allocation to Pioneer Frozen Foods in June 2016 to support a new, state-of-the-art food manufacturing facility. Located in the International Inland Port of Dallas (IIPOD) in Southern Dallas, the project converts the vacant, 134,000 square foot Dallas Morning News printing facility into a manufacturing facility specializing in […]
LGBT Community Center offering youth, counseling, health, and medical services.
Retail space in mixed-use development: This project is the first of three residential, office and retail developments to take shape along the Lancaster corridor by City Wide Community Development Corp., which began assembling tracts along Lancaster corridor for redevelopment for years, as well as Catalyst Urban Development.
A $22M public health clinic was constructed in one of Dallas’ poorest neighborhoods.
Property developers US Real Estate Limited Partnership and Seefried Industrial Properties built a new 297,000 square foot office, production and warehouse distribution facility for manufacturer Serta Dormae within the Southfield Park 35 Industrial Park in southern Dallas, Texas.
Founded in Chicago in 2001 by Father John P. Foley, S. J., the Cristo Rey network is the largest network of high schools in the US whose enrollment is limited to low-income youth. Cristo Rey employs an innovative business model, wherein students work five days each month in entry-level jobs at local professional companies, with […]
The construction and equipping of a new 41,000 sq. ft. facility that encompasses an upgraded arts space, new cultural art center, social work/counseling department, kitchen and dining space, and a corporate work study center.
Financing for Community Partners of Dallas, a social service provider.
Community Center, including job training, adult literacy, and a food pantry.
The Camp’s program targets underprivileged young men, bringing the benefits of leadership skills and independent thought among the region’s youth. Camp Wisdom is the primary campground for scouts participating via the ScoutReach program and is a venue for the Boycouts school-based Learning for Life character leadership program. Camp Wisdom is home to nearly 4 dozen […]
The NMTC facilitates economic development in neighborhoods that traditionally struggle to attract private investment.