The Fox Theater project involved the acquisition and rehabilitation of a historic Art Deco theater located in the heart of downtown Spokane. The Fox Theater has been a significant Spokane landmark since it opened in 1931 and was in constant operation as a movie palace and performance facility until 2000, when it was threatened by […]
Salt Lake City has a budding creative sector economy, but it has been increasingly difficult for artists to find affordable studio and residential space. Area nonprofit, Artspace, has begun to tackle this issue by creating affordable artist live/work spaces. Artspace City Center has had a dual impact on the City. First, it supports the creative […]
Since its inception in 1983, Center in the Square has been the major catalyst for development and renewal in downtown Roanoke, VA. Once a feed and seed warehouse, the restored 7-story cultural and educational facility now houses four museums and a theater: the Harrison Museum of African American Culture, History Museum of Western Roanoke, Roanoke […]
The Glazer Children’s Museum (GCM), located in downtown Tampa, Florida, provides educational experiences through hands‐on engaging exhibits and programs to children, with a primary focus on the birth‐10 year old range. An allocation of NMTCs was obtained to complete financing on a 53,000 square foot facility expansion project. The transaction closed on January 25, 2011 […]
In 1927, when New York music producer Ralph Peer came to Bristol to record local talent, few could have suspected the impact his discoveries would have on the world of country music. Johnny Cash called the 1927 Bristol Sessions, where first recordings were made of The Carter Family and Jimmie Rodgers, “the most important event […]
Salt Lake County received NMTC financing for the historic renovation of the downtown Capitol Theatre. The restoration of the 75,000 sq. ft. theatre included an expanded lobby and increased circulation space. The theatre will also be refitted for ADA accessibility and new elevators for easier access. In addition, the NMTC project will finance the construction […]
RedBird’s mission is to repurpose the historic Red Bird Mall in southern Dallas while focusing on community impact driven tenants. Phase one of the rebuild included a Starbucks Community Store, which has committed to training 100 local youth each year in hospitality; a Foot Locker Power store with a green space (the “Lawn”) that will […]
Community First! Village: 312 housing units, support services, and facilities for individuals coming out of chronic homelessness. Phase 2 includes 103 park model homes and 207 micro homes, seven of which are 3D printed. An 8,400 square foot community building includes common areas, computers, counseling space, addiction recovery meetings, therapeutic activities, music workshops, meal space, […]
The project involves the redevelopment of the Parker J. Noyes building, a vacant, historic three-story, 11,650 sf wood and steel building into ground floor commercial space and six workforce apartment units on the second and third floor. Local employers cite a lack of quality rental housing as a deterrent to attracting and retaining employees. The […]
Rehabilitation of a former dance club into non-profit office space for 2 orgnaizations focused on youth education. Young Audiences of Maryland provides hands on learning and engagement through the arts. Code in Schools expands access to computer science for underserved youth.
Provides working capital to the Community Music Center, a nonprofit arts education organization, enabling it to continue to provide music education to approximately 5,000 local youth, young adults, adults and seniors. This includes providing tuition assistance to approximately 2,950 low-income students and financing the purchase of an adjacent parcel for future expansion.
The Ysleta Del Sur Pueblo (“YDSP”) Native American Medical Clinic project is the new construction of a 78,100 SF facility in El Paso, TX. The Project includes a 54,000 SF medical clinic, a 3,900 SF Community Room/Cultural Center/Commercial Kitchen, and 20,200 SF of (tribal) Department of Health Services administrative offices.
Construction of a new 55,765sf practice, performance and outreach facility for the Cincinnati Ballet in the Walnut Hills neighborhood. The facility will host a 3,000sf community event space and a 2,000sf physical therapy annex in partnership with Mercy Health that will be open to the public.
The University of California, San Diego (UCSD) has extended its reach into downtown San Diego’s East Village neighborhood. As part of the University’s Extension School, UCSD used a new, strategically-located 66,000 sq. ft. facility to create a Workforce Development Accelerator and Community Arts & Innovation Center at a site that is accessible to low-income community […]
Funding for the Oakland Civic Project was used to help transform the Oakland Auditorium and Calvin Simmons Theatre into a mixed-use facility that will provide arts organizations and non-profits with much needed, affordable, performance, rehearsal and office space all under one roof. The 8,000-seat main arena will be converted to creative office space for a […]
Development of 47,000 SF of unused retail space into a Fine Arts Makerspace, a Performance Stage, a Gym/Fitness Center and additional classrooms for a high school. Project will expand capacity for the school’s college readiness programs while expanding resources for extracurricular enrichment programs. • Cristo Rey St. Martin (CRSM) was founded in 2004 as a […]
The project renovated approximately six thousand (6000) square feet of formerly commercial space into a community needed “children’s museum”/ learning zone. The intent was to use resources that total over one million dollars in capital to create a space that children within the community can use comparable to COSI in Columbus and useful to the […]
Continued restoration and renovation of the Mustard Seed Hill campus, creating a home for a business incubator, commercial kitchen, corporate meeting spaces, an event hall and lodging. • Mustard Seed Hill is a historic, special event and meeting venue situated on fourteen (14) acres in the heart of Kentucky’s Bluegrass Region, which aims to attract […]
Finances the renovation/expansion of MYAC’s facility, a 97,520-square-foot facility opened in 2005 and used to provide performing arts and musical education to a diverse youth population.