An oasis in the city’s food desert could help northern Hartford neighborhoods.
The Medical Center of the Americas Tech Park project (MCA) consists of a 60,000 square foot life sciences and research facility which includes 39,830 square feet of office area and 8,621 of wet and dry labs. The City of El Paso has identified biotech as a key industry in the City’s redevelopment and growth strategy […]
Financing for a Business and Employment Center. The project involved the construction of 87,000 SF building to house BakerRipley’s HQ offices, commercial & retail space, and a small business resource hub.
Pacific Gateway Center is a 35‐year old non profit whose mission is to help immigrants, refugees and low‐income residents of Hawaii gain access to opportunities and services that will lead to self‐sufficiency. This project involved the acquisition/rehabilitation of a 10,200 sq. foot historic commercial building located in the Chinatown neighborhood of downtown Honolulu. Pacific Gateway […]
Acquire and rehabiliated existing warehouse buildings into a specialized facility leasing food production space to small and businesses and other seeking production space. The approximately 60,000 sq. ft. multi-tenant food production facility located in South Los Angeles, California provides pre-inspected, ready-to-occupy, private kitchen spaces to small food manufacturers.
The development plans call for the rehabilitation of an existing two-story building that currently houses the Allen Neighborhood Center into a three-story mixed-use development in the City of Lansing. When completed, the Allen Place Project will include 21 affordable rental housing units, a health clinic, a food co-op specializing in locally grown/raised food products, an […]
NTCIC is happy to announce the successful financing of the former Bradford Durfee Textile School in Fall River, Massachusetts. Once rehabilitated, the building will become the Creative Class Lofts, a 74,000 square foot campus that will include mixed-income and practicing artist housing, as well as small business incubation, nonprofit, and retail space. This is the […]
NMTCs bring food manufacturers to Chicago
The $27.4 million renovation of an abandoned and deteriorating historic structure.
High tech research has found a home at the Roy Blunt Jordan Valley Innovation Center (JVIC). This former MFA milling facility has been transformed into a seven-story state-of-the-art research facility which anchors IDEA Commons. Missouri State students gain hands-on experience, and corporate partners make huge strides in innovative product development. The focus at JVIC is […]