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 […]
Somerset Academy South Miami, SoMi, is a free, public charter school that opened its doors during the 2009-2010 school year. The school has a staff of highly qualified teachers and administrators that are State certified, experienced, and dedicated professionals whose highest priority is to maximize the potential of every child. Our staff is committed to […]
Boys & Girls Club of Miami-Dade offers a fun and enriching After School Program for children in K – 8th grades and an exciting Teen Program for 9th – 12th grades.
SLAM! North, an accredited 6-12 school, integrates sports-related themes in the classroom to engage students in the classroom.
Construction financing for two school buildings totaling 54,000 sq. ft.
CAHEC, River Gorge Capital, and Truist used the NMTC to orchestrate a public-private partnership between the City of Jackson, Madison County, Madison County Public Schools, Jackson Community Redevelopment Agency, and Healthy Community, LLC to improve education in Jackson, TN.
Unified Vailsburg Service Organization (UVSO) recently selected Michael Shilale Architects, LLP (MSA) to design their new preschool. It was important to UVSO that this building be designed with the needs of three and four year old children in mind. MSA was the perfect choice. This project is partly the result of a landmark court decision […]
Construction of a 106,369 square foot educational facility on donated property. The school will relocate its high school campus to the new facility to meet special needs of enrollment and technology. The project included upgraded safety and security features to serve 450 students annually. The founding class will be first generation to college, with 99% […]
When the Latin American Montessori Bilingual (LAMB) Charter School in Washington D.C. embarked on a project to renovate its new facility, TRF helped the school identify and finance energy efficiency measures that were designed to give the school a lifetime of operating budget savings. LAMB had spent its first two years operating out of a […]
Founded in 1992, the NFSSE, a nonprofit, private school serves students with intellectual and developmental differences between the ages of 6-22, and also offers a post-graduate program for young adults between the ages of 22-40. NFSSE’s development plan will reshape the footprint of the school campus and will include renovations to an existing building, construction […]
Blackstone Valley Prep Middle School 1 is a part of Rhode Island’s extremely high performing network: Blackstone Valley Prep Mayoral Academy (BVP) charter schools. This middle school represents the second project BVP and Civic Builders collaborated on and opened in a 3-year time frame. Civic Builders expertly completed a swift renovation of a former Catholic […]
Court Square Center involved the renovation of two historically-significant buildings and the construction of the green, LEED gold certified “Court Annex 2” building to create an urban center that offers 74 live/work units, 40,500 sq. ft. of commercial space and 44 on-site parking spaces. The project has served to reduce blight, spur local investment and […]
This private high school opened in 2012 through a unique partnership of local educators, businesses, and universities. Their mission is to provide a world-class, private education to low income students in 9th through 12th grade. At Cristo Rey Philadelphia, every student works five days per month in a real job, for real wages. Jobs accelerate […]
Mike Larsson of MATCH Charter School takes education seriously. “Our mission at MATCH is to prepare students not only to get into college, but to complete the degree—to succeed in college and beyond.” This commitment was something that BlueHub Capital, then known as Boston Community Capital, was eager to support, so we provided a New […]
To expand educational opportunities for children and support families in West Philadelphia, Drexel University undertook the challenge of expanding the capacity and improving the facilities of two existing neighborhood public schools in West Philadelphia. The schools are in the federally designated West Philadelphia Promise Zone where the poverty rate is over 50%. This project brings […]
The Urban Community School (UCS), a private nonprofit K-8 school in a downtown Cleveland neighborhood, is expanding its campus to include substantial community benefits. With MetroHealth public hospital, a mental and dental health care center will serve up to 84,000 people annually. The school will also build and operate an Early Childhood and Parent Development […]
Through New Market Tax Credits, Sunrise provided financing for Hiawatha Collegiate High School’s new location, which was at the former Shasta bottling plant at 3500 E. 28th St. in the Longfellow neighborhood of South Minneapolis. This new high school campus will open in fall 2018 with over 400 high school scholars. The school will grow […]
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 […]
NMTC financing supported the construction of the KIPP DC Hamilton Campus, adjacent to Union Market and Gallaudet University. The brand new 120,000 square-foot building includes multi-use athletic fields. This is one of approx. 5 Charter High Schools in the District which will operate as a feeder campus for KIPP Middle School students. Once completed, the […]
The City High Charter School currently serves approximately 560 9th through 12th grade students of which 65% are low income as measured by the federal free/reduced lunch program and 14% receive special education services. The Verizon Building Project allowed City High Charter School to expand its physical facilities, improve upon its educational capabilities, and admit […]