Construction and renovation of historic building for expansion of a children’s museum and relocation of a charter school and other nonprofit organizations. The expansion will create the largest cultural campus for children in the US and will house MuseumLab, an experiential learning space whereparticipants of all ages can learn design, construction, and engineering skills, supported […]
Project H.O.M.E. sought to relocate its clinic operating in the St. Elizabeth Community Center for the past 18 years. The result is the Stephen Klein Wellness Center, a 30,000 SF LEED Silver facility that will allow Project H.O.M.E. to offer new services and expand its existing primary care, behavioral health, and health education services. The […]
Primary Health Network (PHN) built a new 45,000 square foot, health and social services facility in Punxsutawney, PA thanks in part to Reinvestment Fund’s $11.5 million New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) transaction with JPMorgan Chase as the investor. On a 7-acre parcel, the new site features 20 medical plus 10 behavioral health exam rooms, up […]
The project is to purchase a former bank and finance a full renovation and adaptive reuse as a health care clinic. This project will double the size of the clinic and will include a parking structure which will be developed on land purchased from the city.
The completion of an $8 million New Markets Tax Credits transaction to help fund the expansion and consolidation of healthcare services provided by Primary Health Network (PHN) in Sharon.
Thanks to NMTC financing, UPMC Susquehanna recently opened a new Neuroscience Center in Williamsport, expanding services and bringing advanced procedures to the region. The Neuroscience Center brings together neurologists Donald Dworek, DO, and Stuart Olinsky, MD; and neurosurgeons Rodwan Rajjoub, MD, Hani Tuffaha, MD, and James Fick, MD; and their staff to one convenient and easily accessible location on the third […]
The Project involves acquisition and adaptive re-use of a 67,000 SF unimproved warehouse. Extensive external and internal remodeling will enable HHC to double its examination rooms: Adult Medicine – 11 to 20; Pediatrics – 7 to 18; Women’s Services – 5 to 17; Dental – 8 to 12; for a total of 31 rooms to […]
Pittsburgh’s Women’s Center and Shelter (‘WCS”) had been located since 1994 in a converted three story 38,000 SF former automobile showroom in the North Oakland neighborhood. WCS sought $12.5 million in NMTC allocation to make necessary improvements that resulted in an expansion of the shelter to 48 beds from the existing 36, enhance living spaces, […]
Support services and shelters for the homeless and people in poverty
Piatt Place (formerly Lazarus Department Store) was a 265,000 squarefoot vacant department store in downtown Pittsburgh. The premises were built in 1998 as a downtown shopping location by Federated Corporate Services. The building is located at the corner of 5th Avenue and Wood Street, a major thoroughfare in the city’s central business district. The Piatt […]