Court and Walnut (Kroger)

This project brings a healthy foods grocery to the Central Business Distract and Over-the-Rhine (OTR) neighborhoods of Cincinnati. With the only grocery store in OTR closing, this will keep a grocery in the area to provide residents with affordable healthy foods and daily necessities without the need for automobile transportation. The location is within walking […]

Lexington Market

The project calls for salvaging and adaptively reusing the existing East Market Building, reopening Lexington Street for pedestrians, and building a new 63,000 sq. ft. market building on the south parking lot that is a modern interpretation of one of the original 1900s market sheds. The new design will include approximately 40-50 market merchants, many […]

Cermak Grocery Store

Cermak is a Chicago-based supermarket chain that specializes in providing unique grocery stores in urban neighborhoods that offer to a variety of ethnic and localized foods. This new construction project was combined with the construction of new apartments as well. The project consisted of the initial phase of the redevelopment of a vacant 7.2 acre […]

Weaver Street Market’s Food House

Weaver Street Market is a large cooperatively-owned grocer that operates two stores in distressed areas in Carrboro and Chapel Hill (NC). NCBCI provided leverage financing as part of a $7.0MM in NMTC transaction to support the purchase and development of a third healthy food retail site, and to develop warehouse capacity that allowed the market […]

Humane Animal Rescue

Construction of a state-of-the-art Animal Resource Center in the Homewood Neighborhood.

Ivy Tech Automotive Training Center

The project is a $16.1MM, 56,925 square foot educational facility designed to provide in-demand automotive, mechanic, and other technical training in Indianapolis, Indiana. Central Indiana lacks an adequate pipeline of qualified and experienced automotive, diesel, and motorsports industry workers. The project addresses this need, providing a pathway out of poverty for Ivy Tech Automotive Program […]

Lakeshore Community Health Care

NMTC financing supported improvements on 3 properties including healthy food production, employment training, retail, adult day services, and federally qualified health center provind urgent care.

Salt City Market Mixed-use

New 78,000 square foot mixed-use development that transforms a vacant lot, located at the intersection of 3 impoverished neighborhoods, into a mixed-use, multicultural, community hub. It features a 24,000 square foot public market with 10 food stalls and grocery store on the first floor, 9,600 square feet of not-for-profit office space on the second floor, […]

Reimagine RedBird Development

RedBird’s mission is to repurpose the historic Red Bird Mall in southern Dallas while focusing on community impact driven tenants. Phase one of the rebuild included a Starbucks Community Store, which has committed to training 100 local youth each year in hospitality; a Foot Locker Power store with a green space (the “Lawn”) that will […]

Parker J. Noyes Redevelopment

The project involves the redevelopment of the Parker J. Noyes building, a vacant, historic three-story, 11,650 sf wood and steel building into ground floor commercial space and six workforce apartment units on the second and third floor. Local employers cite a lack of quality rental housing as a deterrent to attracting and retaining employees. The […]

The Center for Pursuit

The proceeds were used to acquire, develop, construct and lease certain improvements on a campus providing services for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. There will be 7 tenants ranging from providing health services, wellness programs, food/coffee/restaurants, retail, and support/employment training.

Friend Health Woodlawn HQ

SCORE allocated $7.0MM of federal NMTC allocation to Friend Health Woodlawn HQ for construction of a 38,000 square foot new medical clinic and corporate offices located in the economically distressed and medically underserved neighborhood of Woodlawn on Chicago’s south side. The Project consists of acquiring an underutilized, 30,000-square-foot, two-story masonry building and rehabbing the west […]

Gem City

New construction of a 15,000 SF community-centered co-op grocery store in a food desert in Dayton, Ohio. The store will include space for a clinical area to be operated as a FQHC, community space and a teaching kitchen to offer healthy food and nutrition classes and programs.

Green Era Sustainability Campus

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 […]


SuprMarkt LA specializes as a pop up farmers market type of business that serves healthy & organic foods to the local community. The purchase of the new building will allow SuprMarkt LA to move to a permanent brick and mortar location that will provide them additional space to offer education and healthy food cooking classes […]

Rockwood Food Market Hall

Construction of a 38,740 SF Food Market Hall dedicated to local food and entrepreneurial food vendors. A part of a larger Rockwood Town Center development, the project will include an incubator with vendor spaces for food businesses of varying sizes, commercial and commissary kitchens and commercial office spaces. • In consultation with local community members […]

Goodwill of North Georgia 1

NMTC financed the construction of a 34,000-square-foot facility that will house a 12,000-square-foot Center for Workforce Innovation (career center) and 22,000-square-foot retail store. The Center will provide job training and career support to 8,300 people facing barriers to employment (annually), will provide graduates with the necessary certifications to attain entry-level jobs, and services like free […]

Clinica Tepeyac

Clínica Tepeyac is a non-profit federally qualified health center. The project will finance the construction of the retail component of a 150+ unit affordable housing development (affordable to households with incomes 30%-80% of Area Median Income) that will be anchored by Clínica Tepeyac and also provide space for a fresh food retailer.