UTEC will create several new businesses to create new jobs and contribute to community revitalization in Lowell, Massachusetts. UTEC will create a cafe which includes a retail sales outlet with catering and event management services and a community kitchen.
A projec 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.
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 […]
Chicago International Charter School at Patriot’s Gateway Community Center
Goodwill Industries of Southern Piedmont (GISP) constructed a new LEED Silver certified non-profit community center, the Goodwill Opportunity Campus (Campus). The new Campus enabled GISP to expand their services by over 65%, including job training. GISP provides services to over 15,000 individuals per year, with over 1,800 being connected with new jobs annually. GISP recycles […]
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.
The Karuk Tribe constructed a 4,800 sq ft family services center in Happy Camp, California. The center houses many tribal programs including cash aid, behavioral and substance abuse counseling, job training and employment assistance, and Indian Child Welfare and social services. Additionally, the tribe constructed an 11,400 sq ft resident services center, also in Happy […]
College Builds Bridge with Campus/Community Center
The Spruce Street Community Center is a 35,000 sq. ft. multi-purpose facility open to any youth in greater Mercer County. Youth need to first purchase an annual membership to register for any of our programs. Most programs run in 10 week or monthly program cycles during the school years, and in weekly cycles during the […]
On November 13th, Cincinnati leaders gathered for the grand opening of the CityLink Center, a comprehensive social services mall which was built with the help of New Markets Tax Credits. While the bulk of the funding for CityLink came from private donations, a critical construction financing gap of over $2.7 million was filled through NMTC […]