Robinson Grand Performing Arts Center (2017), Clarksburg, WV

COMMUNITY IMPACT

Robinson Grand Performing Arts Center – Rehabilitation of a historic theater into a modern performing arts and education center with seating for 950, 200 guest ballroom, and classrooms. This new community space is expected to be a catalyst of economic development and revitalization in downtown, as well as provide cultural and educational opportunities to residents of Clarksburg and the surrounding counties within north central West Virginia. The city will partner with the school district to provide educational programs that are typically only available in communities such as Morgantown, which is an hour from Clarksburg. At the time of the NMTC investment, CAHEC had invested in two Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) projects in Harrison County, WV.

Voices from the Community

The NMTC program creates jobs, strengthens communities and provide life-changing opportunities to people which would not exist if it was not for the NMTC program. It makes a difference!

Amy Mallory, Manager, Fund Management, CAHEC, Raleigh, NC

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202-393-5225

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