The Wycliff

The Wycliff’s project goals were strongly geared toward providing for small businesses and growing jobs, bringing over 500 permanent jobs to the Midway community. Even
while the 2020 COVID19 pandemic brought new challenges to the economy, the Wycliff stood firm and pushed forward, creating a makers community that supports a wide variety of tenants, from industrial and retail to food manufacturing and fitness. The result is the continuation of strong occupancy rates, tenant growth and, in turn, high-quality jobs and economic stability for the wider community.

Quick Study Radiology

The Fund invested $1.35 million in convertible debt as part of a $2 million financing round for Quick Study Radiology Inc., an information technology company that helps bring to smaller community and rural hospitals the same leading-edge radiology technologies available to large hospitals. Customers include hospitals in the Missouri towns of Bolivar, Farmington, Fulton, Perryville […]

Foremost Farms

The New Markets Tax Credit helped Foremost Farms USA finance dairy production upgrades, retain and create jobs, invest in future projects to increase profitability, and return equities to members while retaining the proper equity base. The Wisconsin Community Development Legacy Fund, a Community Development Entity comprised of WHEDA, Impact Seven and Legacy Bancorp, provided a […]

Verso Paper Mill

The project includes equipment and facility upgrades to a paper mill in Quinnesec, MI.

Rockaway Beach Medical Arts Campus

A transformative, $25 million, 55,000-square-foot state-of-the-art medical arts complex providing high-quality health care services to an underserved low-income community in a Federal Medically Underserved Area in the Rockaways, Queens. The new health care facility will fill a significant health care void created when Peninsula Hospital closed in 2012 as a direct result of Hurricane Sandy. […]

Vanport Square

Innovative business condominium building provides wealth-building opportunities in underserved area.

Louisiana Forestlands

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 […]

Apex Resource Technologies

A privately-owned company in western Massachusetts — Apex Resource Technologies — got an infusion of $5 million, giving the company the working capital needed to expand its business and workforce. In 2009, MHIC teamed up with Pittsfield Cooperative Bank to craft an innovative loan structure combining a bank loan with gap financing available through the […]

Phoenix Rescue Mission

The Phoenix Rescue Mission (“Mission”) was founded in 1952 in downtown Phoenix where an evening meal, Chapel service, and clothing were provided to the poor and homeless, serving between 35 and 50 clients each day. Today the Mission has expanded its services and outreach to provide 79,456 bed nights of shelter and over 386,000 meals […]

Mar-Jac Poultry AL

Mar-Jac is a fully integrated poultry production company operating in GA, AL, and MS.

975 High Street

Adler Development, LLC renovated a 109,720 sqft warehouse that was severely damaged by Hurricane Sandy on October 29, 2012.

Saints Medical Plaza

A new, four-story healthcare facility that included physician office space, an imaging center, conference rooms, and educational facilities.

Lyon Shipyard

The Norfolk Ship Repair and Drydock Company, located in the South Brambleton Redevelopment Area of Norfolk, VA.

Newark Call Center

NMTC financing supported the rehab and new construction of two modern, mixed-use buildings in order to retain and attract tenants that provide diverse services to the Newark community, in the media, legal, engineering, community-service and restaurant industries. The newly constructed building includes 3,500 sq. ft. of retail (ground floor), 675 parking spaces (floors 2-8) and […]

Harrison Fresh Market

Rehabilitation of a vacant 21,000 sq. ft. building into a new full-service grocery store.

The Pythian

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

St. Thomas Community Health Center, New Orleans, LA completed financing in March, 2011 to purchase and renovate a 10,000 sq. ft. historic building.