Founded in 1992, the NFSSE, a nonprofit, private school serves students with intellectual and developmental differences between the ages of 6-22, and also offers a post-graduate program for young adults between the ages of 22-40. NFSSE’s development plan will reshape the footprint of the school campus and will include renovations to an existing building, construction […]
NMTC financing supported improvements on 3 properties including healthy food production, employment training, retail, adult day services, and federally qualified health center provind urgent care.
Baltimore Food Hub is a food incubator hub in a severely distressed area of East Baltimore.
Paul’s Place Inc. is expanding its workforce development platform to create a social enterprise restaurant and culinary arts training program in Baltimore. The project will run a program with a goal of securing participants employment in the Baltimore hospitality industry. Local nonprofit Paul’s Place is launching a culinary arts training program that creates jobs and […]
The Midtown Global Market project in Minneapolis involved the creation of an 86,084-sq. ft. public marketplace for a mixture of start-up, second stage, and anchor businesses offering internationallythemed fresh and prepared food.
Kitchen incubator and construction of single family for-sale housing.
Acquire and rehabiliated existing warehouse buildings into a specialized facility leasing food production space to small and businesses and other seeking production space. The approximately 60,000 sq. ft. multi-tenant food production facility located in South Los Angeles, California provides pre-inspected, ready-to-occupy, private kitchen spaces to small food manufacturers.
NMTC financing for a project will serve as an incubator for 50 small- to medium-sized food producers that have outgrown their startup spaces.
New Culinary Arts School Provides Educational Opportunities and Revitalization in Downtown Flint, Michigan
NMTCs bring food manufacturers to Chicago