Louisiana is a national leader in the forestry industry, employing more than 17,000 people in wood manufacturing. Hurricane Katrina had severe repercussions; a financial downturn forced businesses to sell out. The Forestland Group utilized NMTCs to complete the purchase of 82,000 acres of hardwood forests in Louisiana, in addition to a hardwood sawmill and processing […]
A new, four-story healthcare facility that included physician office space, an imaging center, conference rooms, and educational facilities.
Rehabilitation of a vacant 21,000 sq. ft. building into a new full-service grocery store.
Rehabilitation of a building originally built for the Colored Knights of Pythias into mixed-income residential units, public food market, community nonprofit office space, and health care center.
St. Thomas Community Health Center, New Orleans, LA completed financing in March, 2011 to purchase and renovate a 10,000 sq. ft. historic building.
Prior to Hurricane Katrina, Ochsner Baptist Medical Center (formerly Memorial Medical) treated more uninsured patients than any other private hospital in the region. NNMF’s NMTC financing (two other allocatees invested) was structured as operational capacity to expand and re-open more than one million square feet of medical services space including: 100-bed surgical hospital, a senior […]
Buildling of green affordable residential housing to replace devastated homes from Hurricane Katrina, for nonprofit provider of green housing research.
ACT Aerospace is a manufacturer specializing in composite design, analysis and production for the military and commercial aerospace industries.
The development of a 17,801 sq. ft. commercial space in a four-story building that houses the New Orleans Redevelopment Authority.
KIPP Booker T. Washington High School is the second high school in the KIPP New Orleans network of college-prep charter schools. The school has grown to serve students from grades 9 to 12 and provides high-quality charter seats for 930 students, 91% of whom are projected to be low- income and 25% special education, both […]
$2 million NMTC investment enabled the company’s owner to realize manufacturing and exporting vision. An additional $3.16 million private capital invested in the company. Both allowed GAME to expand its facility to make the operation more efficient and to increase production.
The Habitat Homes Project provided support to Habitat for Humanity (HFH) affiliates located in Metro Jackson and in the Mississippi Gulf Coast areas of Mississippi. These two HFH entities collaborated to build 85+ affordable single-family homes in Hurricane Katrina-impacted communities across Mississippi. Home designs incorporated water and energy-saving elements along with environmental sustainability features to […]
The Delta Memorial Hospital, based in Dumas, Arkansas, has a long history of providing quality health care services to residents living in rural communities, throughout the Arkansas Delta. Over time, local leaders recognized the challenges facing their small, not-for-profit hospital: facilities were outdated, cutting-edge equipment was lacking, and patient capacity needed to be increased. Without […]
Financing for Allegheny Wood Products, Inc. an operator of six sawmills in three states.
New YMCA in an areas severely damaged by Hurricane Katrina.
Gulf Coast Agricultural and Seafood Co-Op, is a non-profit first-of-its-kind facility turning seafood processing waste into fertilizer.