New Culinary Arts School Provides Educational Opportunities and Revitalization in Downtown Flint, Michigan
SJEIC provides laboratory, office, proto-type manufacturing and demonstration space for emerging clean technology companies. The 50,000 sq. ft. facility is located near downtown San Jose on an industrial site in a targeted distressed community. As part of the City’s Green Vision Plan to nurture emerging “green technology” businesses, SJEIC integrates broad-spectrum workforce training opportunities for […]
The University of Louisville Foundation constructed an eight-story, 202,510 gross square foot commercial office, information technology and laboratory building known as the Nucleus Innovation Center Building #1, the first of four buildings that comprise the Nucleus Innovation Park Downtown in Louisville, KY. The building is leased to innovative companies, both revenue generating and start-up, in […]
The Hennigan Center: The adaptive reuse and historic rehabilitation of a former parish school meant a new home for Lawrence CommunityWorks (LCW). LCW now has the space to enhance its highly-successful community education program. LCW is a nonprofit community development corporation working to transform and revitalize the physical, economic, and social landscape of Lawrence. LCW […]
Emory & Henry College’s Health Sciences program is expanding and providing more resources to its curriculum and associated Mel Leaman Free Clinic located next door. The project is the second phase of renovation of an old hospital into classrooms, lecture halls, laboratories, and clinical space for E&H graduate programs.
Financing for the acquisition and renovation of a facility for Central Christian University.
Non-profit university primarily serving low-income, minority and women students.
Financing for Goodwill of South Florida, providing job training and employment for military veterans.
The project includes the renovation of a historic building in Boston’s Mission Hill/Roxbury neighborhood, in which it has been operating for 35 years. Renovations include exterior repairs that preserve the historic and cultural features that are significant to its neighborhood, it also makes all levels ADA compliant, opening up all levels to create a flexible […]
L.A. Prep is a New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) financed project in Los Angeles that will serve as an incubator for 50 small- to medium-sized food producers that have outgrown their startup spaces. The anchor tenant of the project is L.A. Kitchen, which is a commercial kitchen andproduce processing hub that prepares meals and nutritious […]