The NMTC provided a funding gap allowing completion of project plans. For the Fort Peck Tribes it meant installation of a parking lot, exterior lighting, stormwater drainage, and furnishings for a building that consolidated social services, education, and manpower development providing services to low-income people on Fort Peck Reservation.
This mixed-use development fills the last vacant downtown lot following a 2009 gas explosion and will lease space to two restaurants with numerous accessible jobs. The developer offered leases at … Read More
The longstanding Rainbow Motel has undergone a massive renovation and reopened Wednesday, July 11, 2018, as RSVP Motel, a new boutique motel that will contribute to the ongoing revitalization of … Read More
Family Service, an assistance organization for low-income families and seniors, has made the move to the South Side and a larger headquarters. The organization just closed on its new 57,000-square-foot … Read More
Montana Community Development Corporation (Montana CDC) completed its first New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) transaction in Indian Country to finance a new government administration building on the Fort Peck Reservation … Read More