The first ever New Markets Tax Credit Program funded project in American Samoa closed on November 30, 2018. The Project will substantially reduce the non-revenue water loss of 60% fresh drinking water. The project will improve water quality from the upper Pava’ia’i to Aoloau areas with over 550 homes and a population of 3,000+ by […]
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 […]
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 […]
Financing certain costs incurred or to be incurred in connection with the renovation and development of public library. Adding 20,000 square feet to library and fully renovating the other 60,000 square feet. This project helps make this library a “library of the future”.
This is the last phase of a $70 million phased in project to redo the entire water and waste water system on the reservation. We have used new markets for the three initial phases. Prior to the redo, the POL experienced severe water shortages and unsafe waste water situations. The POL utility authority is responsible […]
The project involves the development and equiping of a state-of-the-art appliance collection, de-manufacturing and recycling facility located in Dallas, TX. Since 2014, Recleim has emerged as a leader in used appliance recycling in the U.S. Recleim’s fourth facility is in a Severely Distressed census tract with 11.3% unemployment. Recleim renovated a recycling facility which closed […]
The NMTC loan proceeds will be utilized to finance a portion of the total project cost associated with installing 1 megawatt of solar panels and purchasing various furniture, fixtures and equipment at Vomela’s new 300,000 SF headquarters in Saint Paul, MN.
In December 2020, NIF allocated $15 million to support Seaboard Energy’s retrofit of an idle ethanol processing facility in Hugoton, Kansas. Seaboard Energy is the North American bioenergy subsidiary of Seaboard Corporation, a NYSE-listed, Fortune 500 company that was originally founded in Boston in 1918 as the Seaboard Flour Company and today employs more than […]
Construction of a greenhouse and distribution facility for a co-op
NMTCs were used to finance equipment, buildings, utilities, load-out, road development and engineering costs of an industrial plant.
NMTCs enabled RCRE to construct a new state-of-the-art wastewater treatment facility in Richland Center, providing a solution for the significant problems of the city’s old wastewater treatment facility, which was unable to handle the volume, functionality, odor, traffic, disposal, cost or increased capacity. The new facility allowed RCRE to run at higher capacity, enabling the […]
NMTCs were leveraged to build two identical 21 MW biomass generation facilities which will convert wood pulp and debris into electricity for use throughout South Carolina. Both facilities use biomass from logging residues, timber thinnings, and urban wood waste as its primary fuel source supplied from an estimated 40-mile radius from each site. Each facility […]
As New England’s largest hunger relief organization, The Food Bank helps people in the area to be productive members of their communities by ensuring that they are well fed. BlueHub Capital, formerly Boston Community Capital, provided the flexible financing that they needed that would enhance the vision of The Food Bank. In 2010, BlueHub Capital […]
SJEIC provides laboratory, office, proto-type manufacturing and demonstration space for emerging clean technology companies.
Navajo Tribal Utility Authority (NTUA) provides electricity, natural gas, water, wastewater treatment, renewable energy and telecommunications services to homes and businesses throughout the Navajo Nation and neighboring communities. The project created 27 construction jobs and 2 permanent jobs. The new facility processes waste water in an environmentally sustainable manner without a rate increase on some […]
The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation create economic opportunity by investing in tribal members. Historically, the tribes had provided services to members at inadequate facilities spread across a large reservation. By constructing the new Lucy F. Covington Government Center in Nespelem, WA, the tribes centralized these crucial services. This unification of service providers under […]
The Yonkers Pier is the only turn-of-the 20th century pier still in use on the Hudson River.
Eagle Railcar Services acquired, remediated and renovated the former B&O Railroad Servicing facility, with 10 miles of track and 200,000 square feet of buildings located in rural Washington, Indiana (pop, 12,089), into a full-service railcar service center. The existing facility suffered substantial environmental contamination under its prior ownership and Eagle improved the facility to comply […]
A new energy facility in Moloka’i.