Map of Selected Projects in Massachusetts

Community Testimonials

The NMTC provides critical funding to serve poor communities.

-Sean McDonnell, AHF, Boston, Massachusetts

We used NMTC to build our headquarters building in downtown Holyoke, representing the single largest building project ever in that area. It now provides 500 jobs and serves almost 20,000 residents, all of which adds to the urgent needs of this very poor community. Commercial banks were not comfortable with the potential $20,000,000 investment we needed in this distressed community. Without the NMTC program, all of our current services, including significant support to attend to the issues stemming from COVID-19, would not be as available to the Holyoke community. We are now looking at additional construction projects that will benefit from NMTCs if they continue to be available in t he next few years.

-Jay Breines, Holyoke Health Center, Holyoke, Massachusetts

Selected Projects in Massachusetts


Revere, MA | 5th District

The land acquisition and new construction of a 15,000 SF building in a highly distressed census tract in Revere,…

Pittsfield, MA | 1st District

The $12 million overhaul of a historic site that has called North Street home for over a hundred years…

Lawrence, MA | 3rd District

A transformative multi-phase project, initiated in 2007, to redevelop a complex of 19th-century textile mills along the Merrimack River…

Springfield, MA | 1st District

Finances the renovation and expansion of a vacant 43,515-sq. ft., single-story office building on 4.31 acres, repurposed into a…

Lawrence, MA | 3rd District

The adaptive reuse and historic rehabilitation of a former parish school meant a new home for Lawrence CommunityWorks….

Site visits to Massachusetts NMTC Projects

Richard E. Neal Complex Dedicated

Caring Health Center / Community Health Center (CHC), located at 1049 Main St., dedicated as the Richard E. Neal Complex at a dedication ceremony held on Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. CHC was just beginning construction on its Main Street location when the building was ravaged by the June 2011 tornado, causing $1.2 million in damages. U.S. Rep. Richard Neal has been instrumental in guiding fund-raising efforts, securing federal appropriations and grants to help CHC complete the project, and for championing the New Markets Tax Credit, the program that financed the bulk of the project. “Congressman Neal has completely dedicated

Rep. Neal Attends Groundbreaking for Pittsfield YMCA

Berkshire Family YMCA in Pittsfield put shovels in the ground on November 10, 2021, to begin an $12 million overhaul of the historic site that has called North Street home for over a hundred years.