Lori Trahan (D-MA03)

Tax Staffer: Elya Taichman, Last updated: 06/18/2024

District Highlights (Through 2022)

  • 20 projects
  • 167,946,482 in NMTC allocation
  • 246,371,143 total project financing
  • 889 FTE jobs created or retained
  • 1,512 construction jobs created
  • 3 manufacturing businesses
  • 3 federally qualified health centers




NMTC Allocation


in total project financing


FTE jobs


construction jobs


federally qualified health centers


manufacturing and industrial businesses supported

NMTC Project Profiles (Inside the District)

UTEC, Lowell, MA (2023)

Lowell, MA

Project entails the renovation of a 2-story, ~28,500 sq. ft. commercial warehouse building located at 70-80 Church Street, Lowell, MA into a Woodworking Social Enterprise center for UTEC, Inc. (~12,800

Community Action, Inc. (2007)

Haverhill, MA
NMTC financing for Community Action, Inc, a nonprofit that provides resources and opportunities for individuals, families and communities to overcome poverty.

Greater Lawrence Community Action Council Childcare Center (2021)

Lawrence, MA
The construction of a new two-story, 30,000 sq. ft. modern, child-oriented facility that will improve the quality of education, child safety and functionality for the children and staff, replacing a

470 Main Street (2007)

Fitchburg, MA
Renovation of a historic 5-story building which now serves as its headquarters in the center of downtown Fitchburg.

Union Crossing (2013)

Lawrence, MA
A transformative multi-phase project, initiated in 2007, to redevelop a complex of 19th-century textile mills along the Merrimack River into a thriving mixed-use neighborhood.

Our House Campus (2006)

Lawrence, MA
The adaptive reuse and historic rehabilitation of a former parish school meant a new home for Lawrence CommunityWorks.

Lawrence General Hospital (2018)

Lawrence, MA
The construction of a surgical addition to Lawrence General Hospital.

United Teen Equality Center (2015)

Lowell, MA
UTEC creates several new businesses to create new jobs and contribute to community revitalization in Lowell, Massachusetts.

Lowell Community Health Center (Phase 1) (2011)

Lowell, MA
The acquisition and adaptive reuse of a historic mill complex to create a new 100,000 Federally-Qualified Health Center.

United Teen Equality Center (Project #1) (2011)

Lowell, MA
Financing for Cafe UTEC, a youth education and workforce training program located in Lowell, MA.

Lowell House, Inc. (2019)

Lowell, MA
NMTC financing totaling $2,000,000 to finance the acquisition of an existing sublease and build out of space for Lowell House Inc.