Coral Town Plaza

Coral Town Plaza is a grocery-anchored, 60,000 square-foot neighborhood center.

Healthy Hartford Hub

An oasis in the city’s food desert could help northern Hartford neighborhoods.

Mount Vernon Crossroads

This suburban style shopping center is located just south of Alexandria, Virginia and just four miles north of Mount Vernon, home to George Washington. It is a mid-sized shopping center (83,415 square feet) sitting among numerous other shopping centers that run into one another so that their boundaries are not immediately evident. Among its twelve […]

Frontier Fuel

Located in Dalhart, population 7,237, this retail store is perfectly situated to capitalize on both local and travelling traffic. Dalhart is known by many Texans as the gateway to the Colorado Rockies. The city’s position in the northwestern corner of the Texas Panhandle makes it a pivotal stopover for travelers going to or returning from […]

Vallarta Food Enterprises

Vallarta Supermarket “Vallarta”, a Latino owned & controlled company acquired the lease of a 49,870 sf former Vons Grocery in a severely distressed low-income community in Pasadena, CA. Vons closed this store a year earlier due to changing demographics and declining sales. Vallarta’s willingness to purchase the lease, completely renovate and open the new store […]

Midtown Spectrum

Development of a retail and office center that includes offices for healthcare practitioners. Midtown Spectrum was built in 2006 and is one of the few Class-A development projects in the entire high-desert. The project consists of a 4 +/- acre, state of the art mixed-use business center located on the corner of Amargosa Road and […]

Treasures Market

Treasures Markets gets $1.9M boost from federal tax credits for discount grocery/thrift store in Lancaster city. Gov. Tom Wolf announced Tuesday that Treasures Markets will get the help to buy and renovate the vacant commercial building at 515 N. Franklin St. for a store that donates its proceeds to local nonprofits and provides jobs for […]

The Arcade Building

St. Louis, MO The Arcade Building was originally built for retail and office use. Abandoned since the 1980s, its 2012 rehabilitation brought new residential, commercial, and educational opportunities to the heart of Downtown St. Louis.

Hitchcock’s Market

In rural Dixie County, Florida, there was only one grocery store, and its 30-year old building had become run down. With NMTC financing, Hitchcock’s Market, a small regional chain, built a new 26,000 square-foot full service grocery store, including a pharmacy, on an adjacent site. The area is a USDA food desert, and now serves […]

Armature Works

The Armature Works building was originally built in 1910 as a streetcar maintenance facility. With NMTC financing, the facility was renovated, and now includes local market and food vendors downstairs, and a small business incubator and co-working space upstairs. The overall building includes 76,500 sq feet and has created or retained an estimate 900 jobs. […]