The One Hope United Project involved the transformation of a vacant elementary school located on a federally designated brownfield site in a low-income community in Joliet into a holistic childcare center for children ages 6 weeks to 6 years operated by One Hope United. The nonprofit group provides high-quality early childhood care to predominately low-income […]
In March 2018, CDF provided $6 million in NMTC allocation to Gads Hill Center. Financing supported the purchase and renovation of a two-story former retail building into the 18,000-square-foot Brighton Park Early Learning Center. The project is located at 4255 S Archer Ave. and includes 2 infant classrooms, 2 toddler classrooms, and 3 classrooms for […]
The Olympia Foods Project involved the renovation of a vacant 125,000-square-foot industrial facility previously used by a food manufacturer that halted operations in 2012 and laid off all 200 full-time employees. The new facility was brought up to Olympia Foods’s operating standards and outfitted for the production of pita and gyro products. SCORE NMTCs supported […]
The project is to purchase and renovate a building at the northwest edge of the center’s current service area, which will replace its Portage Park clinic, provide more services to that patient population and attract a substantial number of new patients.The project will expans PrimeCare’s capacity for dental services, primary care and behavioral health services.
Federally Qualified Health Center: Funds were utilized to hire additional personnel, open a new, school-based clinic site, and make an electronic software upgrade throughout the network of health centers. Borrower anticipates serving 3,270 patients once the facility becomes fully operational (775 students & 2,495 community patients).
This project involved renovation an existing 36,000 square foot building to be used by After School Matters for after school and summer programming for teens in the Belmont Cragin neighborhood. The building is called the Michael and Karyn Lutz Family Center, and the building will serve approximately 1,000 teens every year.
This rehabilitated and remodeled office space is now the nicest in Elgin, Illinois and is poised to attract additional foot traffic and economic development to the city.
Finance a 55,000 SF expansion and equipment upgrade to the Company’s existing auto parts manufacturing plant in Danville, IL. The expected $27.2 million Project will seek to make the existing manufacturing facility more competitive and enable the Sponsor to fulfill newly awarded parts supply contracts from its customers.
Financing for M-Wave, a company that offers a simple, efficient and secure approach to Low Cost Country sourcing of commercial or industrial electro-mechanical and electronic parts.
Financing for a manufacturer and fabricator of kitchen and bath countertops, vanities and cabinets