A former Liggett & Myers tobacco warehouse in Durham, NC, the Carmichael Building, is now home to lab, research, and office space for Duke University’s Molecular Physiology Institute. New Markets Tax Credits helped make this rehabilitation possible.
Financing for a business that designs, manufactures, and services seismic equipment. All Nomis Seismographs are manufactured in Birmingham, Alabama with pride and expertise. The company has been recognized worldwide as a leading manufacturer of seismograph equipment (seismic monitoring equipment) for the construction, mining, quarrying and demolition fields since 1982.
Finance Fund provided $7.5 million in New Markets TaxCredit financing towards the $53 million General Electric Aviation EPISCENTER development that officially opens tomorrow on the University of Dayton campus. The 138,000 sq. ft. EPISCENTER is an aviation electrical power systems research and development facility that anchors economic revitalization in the area through reclamation of a […]
A New Markets Tax Credit investment from Cinnaire will support the development of a new, 100,000-square-foot building dedicated to financial technologies at the University of Delaware’s Science, Technology and Advanced Research Campus (STAR) in Newark. The FinTech building will serve as a hub for financial and academic services with a mix of private and university […]
This project entailed exhibit design and fabrication for a children’s science center, as well as building modifications to the existing shell and core located in the Hansen Dam Recreation Area. The sponsor’s affiliate operates a children’s science center in Santa Ana, CA, which was used as a model in designing the exhibits and programming for […]
First Orion, the parent company of PrivacyStar, a maker of call- and text-blocking software, is using NMTC financing for the construction of its new, $15 million, 60,000-SF headquarters at 520 Main St. in the Argenta Historic District of North Little Rock.
UEL provides wet labs, office space, and innovation/collaboration spaces, and expanding their current facility.
Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center: he Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center (MGHPCC), New England’s first high performance computing center. The financing will help fund the acquisition, construction, and permanent financing of the 90,300-square-foot center in Holyoke.
A privately-owned company in western Massachusetts — Apex Resource Technologies — got an infusion of $5 million, giving the company the working capital needed to expand its business and workforce. In 2009, MHIC teamed up with Pittsfield Cooperative Bank to craft an innovative loan structure combining a bank loan with gap financing available through the […]
An AIDS vaccine research lab anchors a bioscience hub in the repurposed Brooklyn Army Terminal.