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 […]
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 […]
The Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska provides critical education to at-risk infants, toddlers, preschoolers and their families through the new Educare Winnebago, a comprehensive early childhood education program that helps children from low-income families close the educational achievement gap.
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, […]
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.
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 […]
MNC is an early care and education operator in San Francisco. We established a NMTC fund to finance a couple of ECE projects due to the increasing cost of real estate. MNC is leasing a commercial space in a newly constructed affordable housing project in the Mission district of SF. We provided a $2.44M allocation […]
This innovative project will redevelop a vacant 9-acre brownfield site into a sustainability campus which includes a biodigester, greenhouse space, community garden with a fresh produce stand and a visitor’s center with classrooms for STEM programs and community activities. The project involves biotechnology and green energy, urban agriculture, quality employment opportunities for low-income people, fresh […]
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.
NMTC loan proceeds will be utilized to fund construction and other related costs. The project includes partial demolition, renovation, and a two-story addition to an existing commercial building. Once completed, the building will have approximately 47,000 SF (4,392 SF would be allocated to the existing Fairview Clinic). TFP’s space will include classrooms, therapy offices, group […]
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 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 […]
Atlanta Mission is the oldest and largest provider of support services for metro Atlanta’s homeless population. NMTC financed the construction of Restoration House, a 45,330 SF low-barrier shelter for homeless women and children. Restoration House will be Atlanta’s first low-barrier shelter, meaning it accepts all clients as long as they are not a risk to […]
The project expands the Guadalupe Center’s capacity with the addition of two new campuses. 1) Rehabilitation and renovation of a 6,200 sq. ft. vacant building that has added six Early Childhood Education classrooms for children from infancy to age three. 2) Construction of a new 36,032 sq. ft. building that will include 12 Early Childhood […]
Provident Public Health Center is the renovation of the historically significant Provident Mutual Life Insurance Building which has been vacant for over 20 years, into a medical campus in a medically underserved area. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and Public Health Management Corporation will serve as the anchor tenants and provide essential medical care to the […]
With homelessness in Los Angeles continuing to rise at alarming rates, community development financial institution (CDFI) Genesis LA is partnering with service provider Union Rescue Mission to construct a new 74,866 square foot transitional housing facility. Financed with $27 million in New Markets Tax Credits from Genesis LA and the Los Angeles Development Fund, Angeles […]
Kalamazoo Gospel Ministries is the largest provider of homeless housing and services in the southwest Michigan area. Founded in 1933 as a Depression-Era soup kitchen, it now provides residency-based recovery programs, services for the mentally ill, supportive services, and aftercare in a multi-campus, comprehensive ministry. A Shelter From Their Storm demolishes, replaces, and expands a […]
Adaptive re-use of a historic school building in Winnsboro, South Carolina. Mount Zion Holdings, LLC will lease the site to Fairfield County Government, allowing them to upgrade their facilities and place all of their services in one location, as well as a daycare facility, event space/auditorium, and tourism services.