Center in the Square/Market Square

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 […]

Glazer Children’s Museum

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 […]

Birthplace of Country Music Museum

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 […]

Children’s Museum

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 […]

Oakland Museum of California

Enhancements to the museum campus enabling improved community access, measures to ensure the safety and security of patrons, interactive landscaping, and expanded on-site programming. • For more than 50 years, Oakland Museum of California has celebrated the many facets of the state through the presentation of California’s art, history and natural sciences. The Museum is […]

International African American Museum

Construction of a 45,800SF museum dedicated to the African American experience in America and the South in particular. The site was the location on the water where most slaves in the South first entered the country.

Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience

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 Briscoe Western Art Museum

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.

The Witte Museum

The Witte Museum promotes lifelong learning through innovative exhibitions, programs and collections in natural history, science and South Texas heritage. NMTC financing allowed the completion of the first phase of their redevelopment project, the Witte Research Center. The Center provides a permanent home for the collection stories, programs and exhibits related to South Texas. The […]

Sorenson Unity Center

In 2003, Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson proposed the creation of the Unity Center to provide services, programming, and recreation facilities to the City’s low-income Glendale area. The Salt Lake City Council approved plans for the project, and the Salt Lake City Foundation acted as the conduit for the funds. In 2006, USBCDE LLC […]

Haas Hall Academy

The former Lane Hotel at Second and Poplar streets downtown was renovated for one of Haas Hall Academy’s newest campuses.

Bessemer Historical Society

Colorado Fuel and Iron (CF and I) was once one of the largest integrated steel mills in the country and was Pueblo’s primary industry, playing a prominent roll both regionally and nationally. However, with drastic decline in the American steel industry in the 1970’s and 1980’s, the mill was abandoned. Pueblo’s south side, formerly the […]

Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh

Construction and renovation of historic building for expansion of a children’s museum and relocation of a charter school and other nonprofit organizations. The expansion creates the largest cultural campus for children in the US and houses MuseumLab, an experiential learning space whereparticipants of all ages can learn design, construction, and engineering skills, supported through facilitation […]

American Indian Cultural Center

AICCM is a cultural center that aims to educate the public about the diversity, history and culture of tribal nations that were moved to Oklahoma.

21c Museum Hotel Oklahoma City

21c Museum Hotel Oklahoma City has transformed the historic Fred Jones Manufacturing complex, containing more than 150,000 square feet, into a vibrant contemporary art museum, a 135-room boutique hotel, with restaurant, bar, meeting and event space, and office space for the ADG architectural firm. Originally a Ford assembly plant that sold and serviced Model Ts […]

Stepping Stones Museum for Children

Named one of America’s Top 50 children’s museums, Stepping Stones Museum for Children doubled its size with this LEED Gold certified 22,000 sq. ft. expansion. The expansion created additional galleries to house new exhibits, classrooms, a multimedia gallery and a resource center space. The museum hopes the addition will generate new sources of revenue and […]

Coos Historical and Maritime Museum

In 1891, citizens of Coos County, Oregon formed the Historical Society. This act has led to the donation of over 50,000 artifacts and 250,000 images, housed in the Coos History Museum. When the surrounding community began to deteriorate and businesses moved away, the museum suffered a major decrease in visitors. In 2002, they began efforts […]