Union Crossing

Union Crossing is a transformative multi-phase project, initiated in 2007 by the sponsor to redevelop a complex of 19th-century textile mills along the Merrimack River into a thriving mixed-use neighborhood. Throughout the nation, developers are embracing greener building methods to promote improved health, lower operating costs and greater resident retention. With BlueHub Capital’s help, affordable […]

Vallsburg Child Development

Unified Vailsburg Service Organization (UVSO) recently selected Michael Shilale Architects, LLP (MSA) to design their new preschool. It was important to UVSO that this building be designed with the needs of three and four year old children in mind. MSA was the perfect choice. This project is partly the result of a landmark court decision […]

Court Square Center

Court Square Center involved the renovation of two historically-significant buildings and the construction of the green, LEED gold certified “Court Annex 2” building to create an urban center that offers 74 live/work units, 40,500 sq. ft. of commercial space and 44 on-site parking spaces. The project has served to reduce blight, spur local investment and […]

Ellicott Commons/Oak Street School

MIXED USE OFFICE RETAIL RESIDENTIAL project. Ellicott Commons and Oak Street School are located on nearby sites in downtown Buffalo, New York. Ellicott Commons is composed of several adjacent structures in a Main Street setting. One of the structures was preexisting and the others were new construction with historic design elements to blend in with […]

Merchantile Block

Completed in 2010, the Mercantile Block in Providence, RI is the third of arts organization AS220’s development projects in Providence’s Downcity Arts District. The Mercantile Block consists of market-rate, first-floor commercial space that supports affordable artist studios and nonprofit office space upstairs, providing space for nonprofit tenants such as College Visions and the Rhode Island […]

Freshwater Plaza

The project consisted of the initial phase of the redevelopment of a vacant 7.2 acre Brownfield Site at Greenfield Avenue and S. 1st Street in Milwaukee, WI. The initial $28.4MM project consists of the environmental remediation of the site and vertical construction of two buildings. The first building is an $11.2 million, 42,000sf Cermak Fresh […]

Quincy Street Brickyard

Former Permitite adhesives manufacturing facility converted into a adaptive mixed use in NE Arts District. North East Minneapolis Arts District is unique, centrally located, lauded by the city as being a cultural center, and is consistently sought out by visitors (and residents) as a great area to go and hang out. It’s the Number One […]

Robert Wood Johnson Fitness and Wellness Center

Robert Wood Johnson Fitness and Wellness Center + 49,000 sq. ft. supermarket, 62,000 sq. ft. fitness center, and 474,000 sq. ft. parking garage – Fresh food supermarket, wellness center, and parking garage -The New Brunswick Development Corporation and Pennrose Properties transformed an underutilized downtown New Brunswick site into a major transit-oriented, mixed-use facility focused on […]

The Mill Redevelopment

The Mill Redevelopment, located in rural Starkville, Mississippi (population 23,888), is the adaptive reuse of a historic, 111-year old shuttered cotton mill and new construction on a site that has been virtually inactive since 1962. The mixed-use redevelopment has strong support from Mississippi State University and will include a conference center and offices, and the […]

201 Stanwix Street

The City High Charter School currently serves approximately 560 9th through 12th grade students of which 65% are low income as measured by the federal free/reduced lunch program and 14% receive special education services. The Verizon Building Project allowed City High Charter School to expand its physical facilities, improve upon its educational capabilities, and admit […]

David L. Podell House – Educational Alliance of NY

Located in the same building since its founding in 1889, The Educational Alliance, a nonprofit serving families and children in the Lower East Side of Manhattan in New York City, was in desperate need of renovation and updating. MBS Urban Initiatives CDE made a $7.3 million qualified low-income community investment in the Educational Alliance that […]

MacArthur Park Transit-Oriented Development

To begin to address this need in Los Angeles, McCormack Baron Salazar formed a complex public-private-community partnership to connect affordable housing to jobs and opportunities for working families, and provide a safe, livable, walkable community with services and retail for residents and riders. The result of this partnership is the MacArthur Park Transit-Oriented Development (TOD). […]

Hub City Lofts

Isis Development, LLC is rehabilitated four historic buildings into a market-rate apartment community consisting of 55 rental apartment units, 12,906 square feet of ground floor commercial space, and 43 adjacent parking spaces. The two sets of historic buildings are located approximately 220 feet apart on East Front Street, in the heart of downtown Hattiesburg. The […]

Rehab of Roebling Mansion

New markets tax credits were also a significant source of funding in the restoration of the Ferdinand W. Roebling mansion. The Roebling family, known for developing wire-rope cable and designing the Brooklyn Bridge, built several mansions along West State Street during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Located in Trenton’s State House historic district, […]

Kress at Third and Main

​The Kress at Third & Main Project is comprised of three buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. The buildings were constructed individually in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The Kress Building was a focal center of social exchange in the early 1960s. In March of 1960, nine African American college students […]

Hill Building Rehab

Constructed in 1910 for the Morgens Brothers cleaning and dyeing company, this large commercial building has been a landmark in Midtown for over a century. Suffering after multiple extended periods of vacancy, Saint Louis University decided to capitalize on the building’s superior location adjacent to the campus, the new Chaifetz Arena, and the burgeoning Locust […]

Artspace Commons North

Artspace Commons North is a green, mixed-use artist community in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. The development offers 102 affordable rent-to-own apartments and 53,000 square feet of commercial space for offices, art galleries, studios and retail, on the site of a former scrap metal recycling facility. The development involved construction of a three-level commercial building […]

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, […]