GCI Communication Corp (GCI), an Alaska telecommunications company, will extend its broadband network to the Aleutian Island Chain to provide service to rural Alaska Native Villages. Aleutians schools and Alaska Native health corporations are hopeful the expansion will help combat the epidemic of youth suicide the rural villages face. The opportunity to provide telehealth counseling […]
The Ysleta Del Sur Pueblo (“YDSP”) Native American Medical Clinic project is the new construction of a 78,100 SF facility in El Paso, TX. The Project includes a 54,000 SF medical clinic, a 3,900 SF Community Room/Cultural Center/Commercial Kitchen, and 20,200 SF of (tribal) Department of Health Services administrative offices.
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 Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians recently closed a New Markets Tax Credit transaction related to its two new early childhood education centers and an elementary school expansion — resulting in a $2.3 million benefit to the Tribe.
NMTCs financing was necessary for a group of investors wanting to purchase 80,000 acres of forest land in the Olympic Peninsula to restore areas that had been over-harvested, and reverse environmental damage that had previously been done.
The last large sawmill in northern Arizona, one of the tribe’s largest employers, and a significant part of the wood industry shut operations down in 2010. The tribe later engaged two of the timber industry’s top consultants who revamped their business plan, leveraging NMTCs to upgrade the mill with new technological equipment, establish a working […]
Travois New Markets recently helped the Pascua Yaqui Tribe secure NMTC financing for its new $8.7M education center that broke ground in December 2011.
NMTC financing supported construction of a 12,600 square-foot community facility in the Bylas District, a 12,600 square-foot community facility in the Seven Mile District, and a community swimming pool complex, including a 16-lane swimming pool with diving area, a wading pool, and a children’s pool in the Gilson Wash District. All of these were placed […]
The St. Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin used NMTCs for a new judicial center.
A new facility providing immediate cost savings and prevents emergency overflows and environmental contamination.
The Village of Tyonek is a Dean’ina Athabascan Indian village of 193 residents located on a bluff overlooking Cook inlet, 43 miles southwest of Anchorage. The village is only accessible by sea or air and its residents maintain a subsistence diet primarily of salmon, moose, beluga whale and waterfowl. The village residents have a rich […]
The town of Guadalupe–a neighborhood in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area–is home to 3,600 members of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe. For many years, the tribe was struggled to provide the same comprehensive services in Guadalupe available on the main reservation two hours south in Tucson. Additionally, the services in Guadalupe were housed in four dilapidated […]
Financing for the construction of two electrical substations on the Navajo Nation Reservation
Located on the Wind River Reservation, this project is the development of a medical clinic and childcare clinic in a rural medically underserved area that will enhance existing and provide new essential services for tribal members.
The new Coyote Valley Hotel is 55,000 square feet and has 101 guest rooms. It is located along US Highway 101, a major commercial artery bringing customers through the region for business, tourism and gaming purposes. The tribe is also increasing wastewater capacity and building safer highway access to the reservation.
Red Lake Retail, are building a new grocery store to better serve the Red Lake Reservation and surrounding community.
Montana Community Development Corporation (Montana CDC) completed its first New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) transaction in Indian Country to finance a new government administration building on the Fort Peck Reservation. The new facility consolidated the Fort Peck Tribal Government’s offices in Poplar, making it easier for tribal members to access new and enhanced service offerings, […]
The NMTC finances a fourth school in one of the most economically distressed communities in America.
The Makah tribe’s fishing dock in northwest Washington is ready for business – and spurring economic development in the region.
The Minnewaukan Public School District No. 5 needed to relocate its school building because it was continuously threatened by the rising water levels of the adjacent Devils Lake in Minnewaukan, ND. The previous building also did not meet the school’s needs for students in kindergarten through 12th grade. More than 90 percent of students are […]