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 […]
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 […]
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.
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 […]
The Louisville Urban League Sports & Learning Complex is a $52.22 MM development on a former 24-acre tobacco processing and storage facility in the west end of Louisville. The facility contains a world-class indoor track and field space, seating for 4,000 persons and various indoor and outdoor spaces to enable the LUL to expand its […]
Financing for a youth academic enrichment organization.
Major renovations and expansion of a theater building for a dance company.
Butterfly Wonderland is a butterfly habitat and educational attraction facility located on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.
NMTC financing supported the Adeline Wright-Graham Boys & Girls Club (Boys and Girls Club of Schenectady NY)’s new location, which serves 300 children daily from the Hamilton Hill and Mont Pleasant neighborhoods, replacing the former building on Craig Street. The 62,000 square foot project included a theater, as well. ‘This much-needed new facility for the […]
Casa Familiar, a nonprofit community-based organization founded in 1973, is the leading service and community development organization in the border community of San Ysidro in South San Diego County. This historically disadvantaged community is facing severe distress with a poverty rate of 34.2%, a median family income that is 41.3% of the county average, and […]
American Conservatory Theater is a nonprofit theater company operating in San Francisco.
The NTC Foundation, a private 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, is charged with the preservation and renovation of 26 historic buildings at the former Naval Training Center in the Point Loma area of San Diego, California. Phase 2 is the $20 million renovation of eight historic buildings, known as the Barracks, offering over 75,000 square feet of […]
The Ordway Concert Hall is a state-of-the-art performance and recording venue that was brought to life by the Ordway’s principal resident organizations.
City First New Markets Fund II closed its first NMTC transaction of 2016 on February 4th.
The Pagedale Town Center, part of a broad community development initiative in a 97% minority inner ring suburb of St. Louis.
A new school opened in its new permanent location in 2011 with an initial class of 225 students.
Financing for the $13.9M Big Brothers Big Sisters Building, formerly a Woolworth store.
The Carpenter Theatre first opened its doors in 1928 as a Loew’s Theater for moving pictures.
The renovation of the Winters Building – a school and performing arts center that provides services to underserved inner-city youth.