Map of Selected Projects in Georgia

Community Testimonials

“The renovation…is a great example of how municipalities like WilkesBarre, working in cooperation with county, state, and federal levels of government and the private sector can provide outstanding offerings for their residents.”

-Wilkes-Barre Mayor Tom Leighton on the Coal Street NMTC project

“With a state-of-the-art American industrial footprint, including the ability to build stainless steel car body shells in Hornell, Alstom will be well-positioned to meet our customers’ needs and continue to bring skilled jobs to the Hornell community. This would not be possible without [NMTC] support of organizations like Rural Development Partners.”

-Michael MacDonald, Hornell Managing Director

Selected Projects in Georgia


Wooster, OH | 7th District

NMTC financing allows E-Pak to continue to expand its product lines and grow jobs in rural northeastern Ohio….

New York, NY | 13th District

The $18 million NMTC financing support from JPMorgan Chase is helping redevelop vacant city-owned land in East Harlem into…

Arvada, CO | 7th District

NMTC financing supported Martin Marietta, an American-based company and a leading supplier of building materials – including aggregates, cement,…

Columbus, OH | 3rd District

Expansion and renovation of the Ronald McDonald House of Columbus Ohio’s current facility. The new facility will increase capacity…

Rochester, NY | 25th District

Financing is complete on a New Markets Tax Credits investment that made possible the renovation and expansion of the…

Newburgh, NY | 18th District

Financing for a medical office including a counseling center. Access Supports for Living supports individuals and families with very…

Site visits to Georgia NMTC Projects

Rep. Kaptur Attends Ribbon Cutting at Cleveland Cliffs

Rep. Marcy Kaptur, Cleveland-Cliffs CEO Lourenco Goncalves, Gov. Mike DeWine and Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz join Direct Reduction plant workers to cut a ribbon commemorating six months of operations.  The plant has been in operation for six months, employing almost 160 workers to produce hot-briquetted iron while utilizing natural gas for iron reduction.

Congressman Gomez visits Terasaki Budokan

Congressman Gomez was on hand for a groundbreaking ceremony for the Terasaki Budokan center.