Chester Charter School for the Arts (“CCSA”) previously operated out of a modified warehouse building and had students enrolled from kindergarten to 10th grade. The space presented significant limitations and due to its prior use as a warehouse, the interior layout did not adequately address the proper needs of a permanent school environment. Additionally, the […]
Redevelop several properties into a 33,000 sf facility designed to be a national attraction based on comedy.
The NMTC allocation was used by the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s Youth Orchestra Los Angeles (“YOLA”) program to rehabilitate and transform an existing 18,000 sq. ft. commercial building into a music education facility and community center for low-income youth from Inglewood and the City of Los Angeles. The Project is located in the civic core of […]
The Wing Luke Museum, the only Pan-Asian Pacific American Museum in the U.S, was established in the late 1960’s to present the history, culture and important issues of the Asian-American community. The historic East Kong Yick Building in Seattle’s Chinatown/international district is the new home of the museum, replacing its original 10,000 sq. ft. location. […]
The World War II museum has hosted more than 1.7 million visitors since 2000. Approximately 50% of visitors indicated that the museum was one of their top two reasons for visiting New Orleans. The multi-phase redevelopment and expansion of the World War II Museum is now a six-acre campus of exhibition pavilions that includes a […]
Construction of the International Civil Rights Center & Museum (Museum) in Greensboro, N.C., received a much needed financial injection from U.S. Bancorp Community Development Corporation (USBCDC), which provided tax credit equity financing that combined $28 million of New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) allocation authority from its Community Development Entity (CDE) USBCDE, LLC and partner CDE […]
Madison Children’s Museum recently refinanced its construction debt, which engaged three banks plus a community loan fund and utilized $6 million in New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) financing.
The Briscoe Western Art Museum, named in honor of the late Texas Governor, Dolph Briscoe,Jr. and his wife, Janey Slaughter Briscoe, preserves and interprets the art, history, and culture of the American West through engaging exhibitions, educational programs, and public events reflective of the region’s rich traditions and shared heritage.