“This public-private partnership is an excellent example of how the New Markets Tax Credit program helps regions create a sustainable economic path,” said James R. Klein, Finance Fund president and chief executive officer. “By investing in the EPISCENTER, we are ultimately investing in the future success of the region.”
New construction of a 15,000 sq. ft. community-centered co-op grocery store in a food desert in Dayton, Ohio.
New construction of a 28,200 SF community center where low-income individuals and families will have access to workforce development, early childhood, GED and associate degree programs as well as a pediatric healthcare clinic.
New construction of a recreation, education, activity, community and health facility operated by the YMCA of Greater Dayton.
Major update of YWCA Dayton centers on trauma-informed care.
A $5.5 million NMTC allocation from Finance Fund enabled United Rehabilitation Services of Greater Dayton to double the size of the current facility.