Maryland

State Fact Sheet

Community Testimonials​

NMTC has been an important tool over the years for our organization to provide jobs and affordable housing to under served communities. Most of our homeowners are African American so this is bridging the inequity gap so vital to healing our nation.

-Candice Van Scoy, Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake, Baltimore, MD

Maryland Project Profiles

Easton, MD (2014)

A mixed-use nonprofit office space with shared meeting facilities, a café and 4 workforce housing apartments…

Baltimore, MD (2019)

A $14M renovation project in Southeast Baltimore to turn the former Belnord Theater into an employment center for immigrant and minority city residents….

Baltimore, MD (2011)

The adaptive reuse of a historic mill property along the Jones Fall stream into a mixed-use community of market-rate and affordable apartments, offices and…

Baltimore, MD (2020)

Finances the construction of a new 65,000-square-foot, three-story elementary school that will house two classes per grade level and a 520-student capacity. East Baltimore…

Baltimore, MD (2019)

A new addiction treatment facility for a community where one in nine struggle with drugs and alcohol…

Baltimore, MD (2012)

Community school for low-income children…

Baltimore, MD (2014)

Financing for the rehab of Clifton Mansion, the new headquarters for Civic Works’ community service programs and an important resource for the neighborhoods surrounding…

Hagerstown, MD (2014)

Financing for the Walnut Street Community Health Center, a federally qualified health center….

Baltimore, MD (2020)

The 85,000 sf former lithograph printing complex will be restored and transformed into the Center for Neighborhood Innovation, convening workforce development programs, educational training,…

Baltimore, MD (2020)

In January 2019, CSP closed on $26MM redevelopment of the 86,000 square foot blighted complex (that includes 6 buildings) in East Baltimore’s Middle East…