Our community has received tremendous investment for our youth through the NMTC program. Without it, we would not have been able to build and expand our facilities to serve nearly triple the amount of youth in our county – from 200 kids per day up to 550! These programs offer parents peace of mind that their kids will be in a safe, supportive environment every day after school and full days in the summer so our youth can reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. The funding received from this program made all of the difference and leveraged private investment from philanthropy to an area of high need and little resources to meet that need. A win for all involved, including our very own Congressman’s support, Vern Buchanan.
Jessie Trice Health Systems has served the Miami area since 1967 with healthcare from its FQHC (Federally Qualified Health Center) locations, currently providing services for over 45,000 patients. With NMTC … Read More
On July 9, 2019, Community Health Center Capital Fund (Capital Fund) completed $10.7 million in New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC) financing for Care Resource Community Health Center to support the … Read More
A major development for Downtown Homestead that will feature a Showbiz Cinemas family entertainment center including movies, bowling, video arcade, transit center, and parking garage. The ceremony will conclude with … Read More
Coral Town Plaza is a grocery-anchored, 60,000 square-foot neighborhood center. This center physically and strategically coincides with the proposed future bus stop and community urban center along the Metro Busway … Read More
The Armature Works building was originally built in 1910 as a streetcar maintenance facility. With NMTC financing, the facility was renovated, and now includes local market and food vendors downstairs, … Read More
The Bishop Museum of Science and Nature, located in Bradenton, Florida, serves 10 counties. With NMTC financing, the Museum added a wing to house educational classrooms and exhibit space designed … Read More
In Fort Myers, Florida, the historic 1920s train station had been vacant for some time. With NMTC financing, the Southwest Florida Community Foundation partnered with the City of Fort Myers … Read More