Coral Town Plaza is a grocery-anchored, 60,000 square-foot neighborhood center.
NMTC financing supported the acquisiion of a facility for Mitchell Early Learning. NMTC proceeds also provided needed renovations and property improvements.
After 57 years of serving Miami in rental facilities, the Big Brothers Big Sisters Miami Foundation, Inc. secured a pledge to gain site control for a facility to become the organizations home. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Miami Valley utilized UDF’s investment to transform their new facility into an educational-mentoring resource center. Now known […]
NMTC financing supported the construction of 248 affordable homes.
In rural Dixie County, Florida, there was only one grocery store, and its 30-year old building had become run down. With NMTC financing, Hitchcock’s Market, a small regional chain, built a new 26,000 square-foot full service grocery store, including a pharmacy, on an adjacent site. The area is a USDA food desert, and now serves […]
Metropolitan Ministries has served homeless and needy populations in the Tampa Bay area for over 40 years. Phase One used NMTC to build a new homeless services and housing facility in Tampa. With NMTC financing, Metro-Min’s Phase Two expanded on that original campus, adding an on-site elementary school and a youth center and chapel. Phase […]
The Cade Museum, which formerly operated from a small building near downtown Gainesville, has built a new facility using NMTC financing. The new Cade Museum is the anchor in the redevelopment of local Depot Park, and through a 21,000 sq-ft building provides services annually to 6,000+, with a focus on area low-income youth through targeted […]
In Fort Myers, Florida, the historic 1920s train station had been vacant for some time. With NMTC financing, the Southwest Florida Community Foundation partnered with the City of Fort Myers and the Community Reinvestment Association to restore and renovate the train station into a 2-building, 24,000 sq-ft center providing collaborative office space for area nonprofits […]
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, and a small business incubator and co-working space upstairs. The overall building includes 76,500 sq feet and has created or retained an estimate 900 jobs. […]
The Bishop Museum of Science and Nature, located in Bradenton, Florida, serves 10 counties. With NMTC financing, the Museum added a wing to house educational classrooms and exhibit space designed to break down barriers to STEAM education in nearby disadvantaged neighborhoods and area schools. The 23,000 sq-ft addition will serve an estimate 11,000 low-income students […]