The Bedford Union Armory involves the redevelopment of the historic Bedford-Union Armory located in the Crown Heights community in Brooklyn. The Project provided 25,000 square feet in community space including a federally qualified healthcare center, affordable office space for non-profit organizations, and flexible new space to host community events. The new recreation space offer affordable […]
Redevelopment, expansion, and new construction of an owner-occupied non-profit office and healthcare space with a community room that will be accessible by multiple third-party non-profits. The new multi-service center will enable PATH to relocate, centralize, and expand its services. PATH, Inc. was organized in 1973 with a goal of providing charitable, educational and community services […]
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 […]
The brick schoolhouse was constructed in 1910 and was slated for demolition after a fire damaged it in 2008. The Louisiana Landmarks Society added the building to its list of New Orleans’ nine most endangered historical sites in 2009. With the help of federal and state HTCs, Alembic Community Development restored the structure and transformed […]
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 […]
After sitting idle for more than three decades, the Pere Marquette R.R. Depot became the bustling center of activity that it was over a century ago. The restoration project of this registered National Historical Place was made possible through a cooperative effort of the Great Lakes Foundation and the city of Bay City. Now completed, […]
Development of a project to include a 17,400 square foot early childhood and parent development center, a 32,650 square foot federally qualified health center with a 115 square foot food bank and a 10,000 square foot community facility for Urban Squash Cleveland which will provide school mentoring, meals and counseling.
Multi-Tenant Education and Technology Innovation Hub that expands coding-education and workforce training opportunities for an underserved diverse population in rural Mississippi. Tenants include BaseCamp Coding Academy (BCCA), a satellite campus for Northwest Mississippi Community College and a Business Integration/Incubation space for Business sponsors of BCCA.
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 proceeds were used to acquire, develop, construct and lease certain improvements on a campus providing services for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. There will be 7 tenants ranging from providing health services, wellness programs, food/coffee/restaurants, retail, and support/employment training.
The Wheeler Mission Center for Women and Children, located at 3208 East Michigan Street, was chosen for investment through the City of Indianapolis’ New Markets Tax Credit award. Wheeler Mission, founded in 1893, is a non-denominational Christian organization that provides vital goods and services to the homeless population of Indiana. With nine locations in Indianapolis […]
New construction of a 15,000 SF community-centered co-op grocery store in a food desert in Dayton, Ohio. The store will include space for a clinical area to be operated as a FQHC, community space and a teaching kitchen to offer healthy food and nutrition classes and programs.
intends to develop and construct certain improvements to be operated as a childhood education facility, a physical and mental health and wellness center and other community facilities.
Named a 2020 California Nonprofit of the Year, Merced Rescue Mission serves individuals in Merced County who are homeless, have been incarcerated, or are imprisoned by addiction, at over 20 locations. Phase 1 of the Village of Hope involves construction of four buildings to provide medical respite for homeless residents and apartment buildings for homeless […]
Multi-Assistance Center at Morgan’s Wonderland (“MAC”) is the new construction of a 165,000 SF one-stop service center providing an innovative approach to address the fragmented and uncoordinated health and social service care offered to low-income special needs individuals and their families. MAC will be located in San Antonio, Texas and will have 109,000 SF of […]
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.
New construction of a 24,600 sq. ft. homeless shelter serving men, women, and children. The facility will include 50 beds and will provide case management and substance abuse recovery services as well as life skills training, meal ministry, chapel ministry, housing referrals and street outreach. Light of Life Rescue Mission has provided food, shelter, and […]
NMTC financed the construction of a 34,000-square-foot facility that will house a 12,000-square-foot Center for Workforce Innovation (career center) and 22,000-square-foot retail store. The Center will provide job training and career support to 8,300 people facing barriers to employment (annually), will provide graduates with the necessary certifications to attain entry-level jobs, and services like free […]
New construction of a 28,200 SF community center where low-income individuals and families will have access to workforce development, early childhood, GED and associate degree programs as well as a pedicatric healthcare clinic. This is a collaborative project designed to bring key partners together to reduce poverty by utilizing an evidence-based, two generation poverty reduction […]
New construction of 29,000 square foot, 2 floor pediatric health clinic which will serve predominately black children. The clinic will include: 16 exam rooms; 9 counseling rooms; 3 parent-child interactive teaching rooms; 12 dental seats; space for sports medicine, occupational and physical therapy; a kitchen to teach cooking and nutrition; a multi-use space to promote […]