New Hampshire Stories and Impact

Community Testimonials​

Katherine Easterly Martey, Executive Director, New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority, Concord, NH

Projects in rural Northern New England have been made possible because of the equity from the NMTC program. With out the NMTC equity the projects would not have been built. The projects have revitalized significant industries in rural NH like the creation of two new food cooperatives that serve as a hub of community activity, create above living wage jobs and access to local, heath food. The creation of a new steel fabrication business in community that had previously been a forest industry – paper mill town. The business employed difficult to employee people in meaningful, good paying jobs that used their existing skill set as a foundation for their new employment. The NMTC program have been a part of the most impactful rural economic development projects in our region.

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Newmarket, NH 

The Newmarket Mills project redeveloped an old cotton manufacturing building into a new mixed-use space that contains homes, art studios and retail….
The former Alec’s Shoe store building at 201 Main St. will soon be demolished to pave way for the $25 million theater complex. …
The 6,000-square-foot addition allows the co-op on Keene’s Cypress Street to expand popular departments, such as meats, seafood, the deli and prepared foods. The…
New construction 45,000 square-foot addition to a medical facility to increase services of the rural health clinic and critical access hospital in a medically…

Keene, NH 

NMTC financing brings new jobs and affordable food to rural New Hampshire food desert…
The Keene Public Library’s $13M expansion project connected the main library to a neighboring annex building….

Keene, NH 

A 104,000 sq. ft. expansion project retaining and creating living wage jobs. …

Concord, NH 

New construction of a 69,340 sq. ft. five-story LEED-certified building in Concord, NH….