Fort Worth, TX (2017)

Northside Community Health Center


NMTC allocation supported the construction of the 33,800-square-foot facility.


  • NMTC Amount: $8,880,000
  • Total Project Cost: $15,063,225


  • 49 FTE jobs
  • 100 construction jobs
  • 62,900 patients served
  • Project includes a Federally Qualified Health Center.
  • 33,800 sq. ft. of real estate


Project Description

From its founding in 2002 by a group of area residents, faith-based groups, and health and social services providers, North Texas Area Community Health Centers (NTACHC) grew to provide care from three locations, mostly to low-income under- and uninsured patients. But by 2017 the 12,000 sq. ft. rented Northside facility that served 4,412 patients in 2006 was straining to serve over 10,000 patients each year – and was adding 500 patients a month. NTACHC, an FQHC, decided to build its own facility to double its patient-serving capacity. NFF provided an initial bridge loan for land acquisition in May 2016, and followed up the next year with a $4.3-million loan and $6-million NMTC allocation to support construction of the 33,800 sq. ft. facility.


Address: 2320 Beverly Hills Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76164

Census Tract: 48439100502

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