An oasis in the city’s food desert could help northern Hartford neighborhoods.
Community Center, including job training, adult literacy, and a food pantry. Includes Workforce Solutions of Greater Dallas
Adaptive and reuse redevelopment of an 83-year-old historic theater that housed the offices of celebrated African American filmmaker Oscar Micheaux in the 1920s. The updated Claude Moore Complex can be viewed directly across the street from the Dumas Center for Artistic & Cultural Development. Transformed into a state-of-the-art culinary school, the building now features catering […]
New construction of a workforce opportunity center that provides job training, education and financial literacy services.
Project consists of the construction of a 40,000 square foot, 3 store campus building which includes 10,000 square feet of retail. The College of the Desert, Indio Campus (COD) was constructed on a 2.5 acre site donated by the City of Indio which was previously a defunct bus terminal and ground zero for prostitution in […]
Genesis LA provided GCIF financing to M.E.R.C.I., for the completion of the construction of two new buildings on it’s Monterey Park campus. M.E.R.C.I. is a nonprofit service provider for individuals with developmental and educational disabilities. The organization provides various day activity programs for individuals, supportive housing with 24/7 on-site care, and offsite services for medically […]
The project will replace the current facility – will include truck docks, a donation drive-thru, an area reserved for the Goodwill Excel Center and Community Career Center, a pound store, office space, salvage operation, salvage storage and material handling space for donations received from Northwest Indiana collection boxes.
Acquisition and rehabilitation of commercial real estate. Tenant provides services for individuals with disabilities. Will provide 13,520 services annually to clients with disabilities.
A New Markets Tax Credit investment from Cinnaire will support the development of a new, 100,000-square-foot building dedicated to financial technologies at the University of Delaware’s Science, Technology and Advanced Research Campus (STAR) in Newark. The FinTech building will serve as a hub for financial and academic services with a mix of private and university […]
a $10.3 million renovation of the 107-year-old former school. With the former Wayne building purchased, ECAT then turned to financing the $10.3 million in renovations. Of that, ECAT will fund about $2.5 million through its participation in the federal New Markets Tax Credit program, created in 2000 to provide incentives for investment in low-income areas. […]