Budokan is a multi-purpose community facility in a highly distressed area of downtown Los Angeles. It’s a a state-of-the-art sports and activities center providing critically needed recreational space for low-income youth, and a safe and accessible community gathering space for local residents of all ages.
The City of Desert Hot Springs Community Health and Wellness Center was conceived in 2003 to provide facilities for a medically underserved community to improve the health and welfare of the community. With a poverty rate of 33.8 percent, an unemployment rate of 13.2 percent, and median family income at 45.5 percent, the need for […]
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 […]
The YWCA of Salt Lake City expansion involved the construction of a new domestic violence shelter and a transitional housing facility for homeless women on the grounds of the organization’s downtown campus. The first phase of a major expansion designed to revamped the YWCA’s existing facilities in order to enhance the impact of its services […]
Town Hall Education Arts Recreation Campus (THEARC) is developed by a nonprofit called Building Bridges Across the River (BBAR) to address the economic, academic and social challenges facing families living east of the Anacostia River, in wards 7 and 8 – the poorest and most underserved communities in Washington, D.C. The development was the third […]
Atlanta Youth Academy (AYA) is a Pre-K-to-8 independent school that provides robust education opportunities to low-income students, predominantly from single-parent households with median annual incomes of under $24,000. NMTC financed the construction of a new academic building and student-life building, to be located on a six-acre unsafe and contaminated brownfield site, along with the renovation […]
Robert Wood Johnson Fitness and Wellness Center + 49,000 sq. ft. supermarket, 62,000 sq. ft. fitness center, and 474,000 sq. ft. parking garage – Fresh food supermarket, wellness center, and parking garage -The New Brunswick Development Corporation and Pennrose Properties transformed an underutilized downtown New Brunswick site into a major transit-oriented, mixed-use facility focused on […]
Located in the same building since its founding in 1889, The Educational Alliance, a nonprofit serving families and children in the Lower East Side of Manhattan in New York City, was in desperate need of renovation and updating. MBS Urban Initiatives CDE made a $7.3 million qualified low-income community investment in the Educational Alliance that […]
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.
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 Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School (AJCES) is the only tuition-free private school serving elementary and middle school students in the East End of Richmond. The project expands AJCES with a new building and gymnasium on a site adjacent to its existing school building. This will expand the campus from 20,000 SF to 53,000 SF. […]
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.
Finances the renovation and expansion of a vacant 43,515-square-foot, single-story office building on 4.31 acres, repurposed into a K-8 school. It will add a 5,200-square-foot gymnasium and improve the site to include an outdoor play area and rubberized athletic court.
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 […]
Renovation and expansion of 32,921 SF YMCA facilities and new community goods and services. Services includes Health & Education programs that promote healthy decision making and lifestyle support, Child Care Services, and Sports and Summer day camps for children and teens.
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 […]
The Boys and Girls Club of Philadelphia project is the renovation of a 3-story 64,405 square foot community facility to house the creation of the Ralph J. Roberts Germantown Boys & Girls Club. Over the course of five years, Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia (“BGCP”) plans to implement the Bold Change for Kids initiative, […]
The New Markets Tax Credits investment finances the acquisition and rehabilitation of a 25-unit apartment complex in Escondido. The property will expand the YMCAs existing Transitional Housing & Youth Development program and streamline the YMCAs efforts aimed to end youth homelessness. The complex includes 25 units, each with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and approximately […]
Acquisition and adaptation of a former nursing home for use as a multi-purpose social service agency and transitional/treatment housing. Bridgeport Rescue Mission was founded in 1993 by a couple distributing meals from the back of their station wagon, and soon expanded into an old recreational vehicle with a mobile kitchen. The organization has since grown […]
Westside YMCA of Tulsa provides several educational, team building, and outdoor recreational activities to members. The funds will be used to make some much needed improvements to the facility including to the pool, gym, adding air conditioning to the building.