Nomlaki Administrative and Community Centers

The Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians held a groundbreaking ceremony Dec. 7, 2019, near Corning, Calif., for the new multimillion-dollar Nomlaki Administrative and Community Centers. The development, designed by Travois Design, in conjunction with the band’s tribal council, will incorporate cultural significance and elements that reflect Paskenta’s history, core values and symbols. The development was […]

Des Moines Social Club

The Des Moines Social Club is an innovative arts and entertainment venue located in a renovated, historic art deco Firehouse in downtown Des Moines. The non-profit provides a home for local artists, offers unique programming spanning all arts disciplines, and brings people of every age and background together under one roof — all for the […]

Americana YMCA

The Americana YMCA project was the construction of a 26,000 square foot community facility, with expansion capability of another 18,000 square feet, by the YMCA in Zachary, Louisiana. As a targeted population transaction, the project has created jobs, with at least 40% filled by residents of low-income households. The facility includes fitness space, a nursery, […]

San Pablo Helms Community Center

The San Pablo Helms Community Center is located on the campus of the Walter T. Helms Middle School in San Pablo, California. Prior to project development in 2012, the city had one of the lowest per capita ratios of recreational space to population in the state. Further, it is a highly distressed low-income community with […]

Para La Naturaleza

Financing to support program expansion and renewable energy improvements to visitor and nonprofit-run community centers that provide areas with reliable and sustainable forms of electricity and water.

San Francisco LGBT Center

Renovation of an existing LGBT community center to reconfigure the inefficient floor plan and allow for more meeting spaces, better use of the space, and to attract additional tenants into center that serves many diverse and vulnerable populations.

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 […]


City First New Markets Fund II closed its first NMTC transaction of 2016 on February 4th.

Rocky Mount Event Center

In January 2012, the elected officials and senior administrative staff of the City of Rocky Mount, North Carolina set forth a bold vision to revitalize and transform Downtown Rocky Mount: A 160,000 sq. ft. multipurpose event center including 155,000 sq. ft. allocated to a mixed-use hybrid sports, health, wellness, entertainment and multipurpose community facility and […]

Riveira Beach Redevelopment

A project to transform the Riviera Beach waterfront into a vibrant and authentic destination spot for residents and visitors alike, spurring a revitalization out to Broadway and beyond.

Madison Square Boys & Girls Club

A new, $48 million, 50,000-square-foot youth recreation and academic support center in Central Harlem, Manhattan, one of the most underserved urban neighborhoods in the country. The project includes a 9,700-square-foot gym, commercial kitchen, cafeteria, performing arts studio, and rooftop play area with an enclosed soccer field. The community center fulfills a key Manhattan Community Board […]

Goodwill Easter Seals of the Gulf Coast

Goodwill Easter Seals of the Gulf Coast (GESGC) is a non-profit agency serving 12 counties in the Alabama-Florida Gulf Coast area. The agency provides programs and services to help individuals and families overcome challenges due to disabilities or other barrier that impact economic well-being, self-sufficiency and quality of life. A portion of UDF’s investment was […]


Located in one of the most economically challenged neighborhoods in Minneapolis, Banyan Community works to transform lives by  developing youth, strengthening families, and creating community in an area struggling with drugs, gangs and grinding poverty. Banyan reaches more than 1,275 people a year through a combination of neighborhood block clubs and youth/ family programming. Of […]