New Market Tax Credits were critically important to WaterFire Providence in creating the WaterFire Arts Center which is transforming the underserved Valley/Olneyville neighborhood of Providence into a vibrant arts corridor.
Meeting Street was founded in 1946 and is headquartered in a severely distressed urban neighborhood of Providence, Rhode Island. The organization provides educational and therapeutic services to over 5,000 children … Read More
Providence Public Library announced Sept. 13 $4.2 million in NMTC equity and $1.6 million in C-PACE financing for the $25 million renovation of the Providence Public Library, in Providence, R.I … Read More
A new $15-million community health center projected to more than double the number of residents served in Rhode Island’s smallest and poorest city. The Blackstone Valley Community Health Care’s planned … Read More
Historic rehabilitation of a building into a mixed-use facility with live/work and retail space. The Plant project is located on Valley Street in the heart of Providence’s emerging mill district … Read More