Greater Des Moines (GDM) Habitat for Humanity and affiliates in Cedar Valley, Iowa Heartland, Iowa Valley and Siouxland shared $12 million of NMTC to finance 94 Habitat for Humanity homes across the state. GDM alone used nearly $4.5 million in NMTC investment from Iowa Community Developmentto build 27 homes completed in May of 2013. GDM […]
New construction of a mixed-use supportive housing and community wellness center. – In July 2017, CDF provided $9.5 million in New Markets Tax Credits to La Casa Norte for construction of Pierce House. The 47,700-square-foot LEED Silver certified project is located in Humboldt Park. Pierce House includes 25 units of permanent supportive housing, a Federally […]
Habitat for Humanity build of 25 affordable, for-sale housing units in Tucson.
Financing for the construction of 18 affordable homes for Loudoun County Habitat for Humanity.
Working capital financing to leverage funds that Atlanta Habitat for Humanity has raised to build new headquarters to serve the South Fulton Community, as well as construct infrastructure development for new mixed-income community of Browns Mill Village. NMTCs will also finance land acquisition for future affordable housing development.
Halsey 106 is a mixed use project that will consist of approximately 84,000 sq. ft. of affordable housing, retail, office space and social services within the Gateway Urban affordable housing, retail, office space and social services within the Gateway Urban Renewal area in Portland, Oregon. The project will create 23 units of affordable housing Renewal area in Portland, Oregon.
Historically, California has funded privately contracted, for-profit service providers to develop and operate group homes for individuals with developmental disabilities. However, this can leave these ‘community care facilities’ at risk of closure if an operator retires or goes out of business. With the closure of several of the state’s developmental centers and the relocation of […]
NMTC supports growth of Springfield leader in affordable housing, homelessness prevention, job training & financial education.
26 affordable homes for low and moderate-income families in the East Liberty neighborhood of Pittsburgh.
New Mexico’s Homewise Inc. received funding to invest in one of Santa Fe’s distressed areas. The New Markets Tax Credit allocated $5 million to rehabilitated the Siler Road and Agua Fria area in Santa Fe. The area was determined a “severely distressed census tract,” and with the funding and the investment, there will be more […]