No other economic development program has successfully created jobs, grown our nation’s businesses and provided critical healthcare and other services in areas deemed too risky and too poor for traditional investors. From a veteran’s clinic in Indiana to a charter school in New Orleans to a steel manufacturing facility in rural Tennessee, the New Markets Tax Credit has a track record of success across state lines and a broad scope of industries.
Vidalia Mills (VM) is a startup denim manufacturer producing high-quality fabrics using sustainable and eco-friendly processes. VM is located in a Persistent Poverty County in a rural, low-income community with … Read More
Riverland Medical Center serves rural Concordia Parish in eastern central Louisiana, about 180 miles north of New Orleans along the Mississippi River. Concordia Parish residents experience the challenges of persistent … Read More
The transformation of a failed arts center in New Orleans’ Warehouse District into a world-class culinary institute has finally moved forward after closing on the financing needed to redevelop the … Read More
Located in one of the most economically challenged neighborhoods in Minneapolis, Banyan Community works to transform lives by developing youth, strengthening families, and creating community in an area struggling with … Read More
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 … Read More
In December 2012 the Baton Rouge Speech & Hearing Foundation (BRSHF) began construction on its new Emerge Center for Communication, Behavior & Development at Louisiana State University’s (LSU’s) Innovation Park … Read More