Projects

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Creighton University School of Dentistry

Creighton University School of Dentistry
Omaha,
NE
(2016)
Construction of a school of dentistry located in a Medically Underserved Area ...
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United Teen Equality Center

United Teen Equality Center
Lowell,
MA
(2015)
UTEC will create several new businesses to create new jobs and contribute to community revitalization in Lowell, Massachusetts. UTEC will create a cafe which includes a retail sales outlet with ...
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SER-Jobs for Progress

SER-Jobs for Progress
Houston,
TX
(2017)
New construction of a workforce opportunity center that provides job training, education and financial literacy services ...
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Denver Housing Authority

Denver Housing Authority
Denver,
CO
(2018)
Denver Housing Authority (DHA) is building a 175-unit, 117-square-foot Collaborative Resources Facility (the 'facility') and community gardens with a fresh food farmers market (collectively, the 'project'). The project is a ...
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Turnstone Center for Children and Adults with Disabilities, Inc.

Turnstone Center for Children and Adults with Disabilities, Inc.
Fort Wayne,
IN
(2015)
Turnstone Center for Children and Adults with Disabilities, Inc. (Turnstone Center) is northeast Indiana’s only not-for-profit organization that provides a full range of rehabilitative, wellness, athletic and recreational programs and ...
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Chawla Hospitality Academy

Chawla Hospitality Academy
Indianola,
MS
(2014)
The Chawla family, owners of one of the most successful hospitality companies in Mississippi, has joined forces with Mississippi Delta Community College (MDCC) to create a new job-training institute that ...
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Casa De Maryland, Baltimore

Casa De Maryland, Baltimore
Baltimore,
MD
(2019)
CASA de Maryland will break ground Tuesday on a $14 million renovation project in Southeast Baltimore to turn the former Belnord Theater into an employment center for immigrant and minority ...
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FareStart Adult Culinary Academy

FareStart Adult Culinary Academy
Seattle,
WA
(2007)
FareStart is a social enterprise in Seattle dedicated to transforming the lives of homeless men and women through job training and placement in the food service industry. Students receive job ...
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Union Gospel Mission

Union Gospel Mission
Coeur D'Alene,
ID
(2012)
The Center for Women and Children provides transitional housing, therapy, counseling and education. The UGM Women and Children's Shelter provides food, clothing and shelter without charge to women and children ...
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Limehouse Produce

Limehouse Produce
North Charleston,
SC
(2016)
In 2015, Limehouse Produce purchased the former site of the Charleston Naval Exchange Building on Carner Avenue for the development of a multi-faceted agribusiness program. Limehouse Produce, which provides conventional ...
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Heritage University

Heritage University
Toppenish,
WA
(2015)
Roeder & Company, LLC announces the closing of a $10 million Federal New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) financing for Heritage University’s campus expansion in Toppenish, Washington. Roeder & Company sourced ...
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Peckham

Peckham
Lansing,
MI
(2008)
Chase helped Peckham Vocational Industries (Peckham) create job opportunities and spur economic growth in Lansing, Mich. The non-profit Peckham provides job training and employment to persons with disabilities and/or other ...
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Northland Central

Northland Central
Buffalo,
NY
(2017)
Northland Central is a project to redevelop a historic vacant industrial complex located in a distressed area on Buffalo’s East Side. The 239,500 square-foot facility includes the Northland Workforce Training ...
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Erie Center for Arts and Technology

Erie Center for Arts and Technology
Erie,
PA
(2020)
a $10.3 million renovation of the 107-year-old former school. With the former Wayne building purchased, ECAT then turned to financing the $10.3 million in renovations. Of that, ECAT will fund ...
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Student U-Pearson Center

Student U-Pearson Center
Durham,
NC
(2017)
As a result of the decision by DPS to sell The W.G. Pearson Center, Student U will not be able to continue to operate within the current arrangement as a ...
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TAG Truck Center and Technical Institute

TAG Truck Center and Technical Institute
Memphis,
TN
(2017)
Development of a 188,740 SF facility for sale, service, training and parts distribution for diesel trucks. - Consolidation of Memphis-area TAG Truck Centers into one campus including a full-service 12-bay ...
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Moving in the Spirit – Space to Soar

Moving in the Spirit - Space to Soar
Atlanta,
GA
(2018)
The project involves acquisition and construction of a 21,500 square foot transit oriented development of a nonprofit arts organization. The facility ("Space to Soar") will include a variety of spaces ...
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Darke Career and Life Enrichment Center

Darke Career and Life Enrichment Center
Greenville,
OH
(2019)
Acquisition and rehabilitation of commercial real estate. Tenant provides services for individuals with disabilities. Will provide 13,520 services annually to clients with disabilities ...
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University of Cumberland Health and Science Building

University of Cumberland Health and Science Building
Williamsburg,
KY
(2008)
The University of the Cumberlands is located in a rural area in Williamsburg, Kentucky nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Williamsburg is known as the Gateway to the ...
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Paul Quinn College

Paul Quinn College
Plano,
TX
(2018)
Paul Quinn College (Paul Quinn), the creator of the Urban Work College Model and one of the nation’s most innovative colleges, broke ground on its first new building on campus ...
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MacMahon Student Center

MacMahon Student Center
Newark,
NJ
(2014)
College Builds Bridge with Campus/Community Center ...
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Portland Habilitation Center

Portland Habilitation Center
Portland,
OR
(2013)
A non-profit utilizes a rooftop solar PV system to help power its new facility ...
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Way Finders Housing Center & Headquarters

Way Finders Housing Center & Headquarters
Springfield,
MA
(2018)
NMTC supports growth of Springfield leader in affordable housing, homelessness prevention, job training & financial education ...
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Dream Center

Dream Center
Los Angeles,
CA
(2012)
The Dream Center, a volunteer-driven organization, currently serves over 40,000 people each month. Services and programs offered include residential rehabilitation programs for teens and adults, a shelter for victims of ...
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Colliers International

Colliers International
Saint Louis,
MO
(2013)
Project that includes a sophisticated laboratory and office environments for early-stage and mature biotech and medical companies, along with office space for Washington University and a café ...
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University Park at Jackson State University

University Park at Jackson State University
Jackson,
MS
(2008)
Located in the West Jackson section of Jackson, MS, the University Park project involved the acquisition and construction of a mixed-use facility directly across the street from a newly-built Jackson ...
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Lindsey Wilson College

Lindsey Wilson College
Columbia,
KY
(2006)
Lindsey Wilson College (LWC) has undergone the most dramatic transformation in the college’s 109-year history. The $39 million expansion includes: the 73,223-square-foot Doris and Bob Holloway Health & Wellness Center; ...
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Oregon College of Oriental Medicine

Oregon College of Oriental Medicine
Portland,
OR
(2011)
The project renovated the historic Globe Hotel building (1911) into a new home for OCOM, one of the oldest colleges of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in the U.S. The new ...
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Karuk Services Expansion

Karuk Services Expansion
Happy Camp,
CA
(2018)
The Karuk Tribe constructed a 4,800 sq ft family services center in Happy Camp, California. The center houses many tribal programs including cash aid, behavioral and substance abuse counseling, job ...
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Armature Works

Armature Works
Tampa,
FL
(2017)
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, ...
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