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New Markets Tax Credits Portfolio & Approach

Approach

Enterprise has been transforming communities for 30 years. We work long-term, with local stakeholders to reinvest, rebuild and transform communities that have challenges including lack of quality and affordable housing, lack of quality educational or healthcare options and a lack of jobs for local residents.

We use New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC) to complement Enterprise’s housing work by financing environmentally sustainable projects that bring essential goods and services to the same communities where we finance affordable housing. All of our NMTC investments provide measurable community impacts including: health care centers, below market office space for nonprofits, workforce training programs, health foods production, and workforce housing for teachers. Back to Top

Portfolio (A-M)

The Enterprise NMTC portfolio currently includes:

  • The investment of more than $700 million in commercial and mixed-use developments in urban centers and rural communities
  • More than 9 million square feet of new or rehabilitated real estate
  • The creation of more than 55 developments that include community centers, health centers, education related projects and other commercial and mixed-use buildings in 21 states and the District of Columbia

View projects by state, starting with the letters A-M. View states beginning with the letters N-Z.
 

 

 

 


California

 

YWCA Los Angeles Asian Health Services
Oakland
Substantial rehabilitation and conversion into a community health clinic
$10.5 million
Diamond Neighborhood Family Health Center
San Diego
New construction of a Federally Qualified Health Center
23,000 square feet
$9 million
YWCA Los Angeles YWCA Job Corps Urban Campus
Los Angeles
New construction; mixed-use community services facility
155,000 square feet
$15.5 million

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Illinois

The Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center
Quincy
Community center
96,000 square feet community center
$33.9 million
 
Erie HealthReach Waukegan Health Center
Waukegan
Community center
25,500 square foot community health center
$9.25 million
 

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Louisiana

 

1770 Tchoupitoulas 1770 Tchoupitoulas Street
New Orleans
6,200 square feet of commercial kitchen space
6,400 square feet of other retail space
40,700 square feet of warehouse space  
$10 million

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Maryland

 

Belvedere Square
Baltimore
Retail and mixed-use commercial space
Senior and subordinate debt
$11.5 million
CASA Multicultural Center
Langley Park
Rehabilitation into an office and community center
$7.9 million
East Baltimore Development Inc.
Baltimore
New construction of residential, office and retail space
$15 million loan (Phase I - 2004)
$18.4 million loan (Phase II - 2007)
Miller's Court
Baltimore
Rehabilitation for mixed-use property with rental housing
$9.4 million
Mt. Vernon Mill Mt Vernon Mill
Baltimore
Historic rehabilitation for mixed-use property with office and restaurant space
$10 million

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Massachusetts

Whittier Street Health Center
Boston
New construction of a community health center
$15 million
Worcester Family Health Center
Worcester
New construction of a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC)
82,130 square feet
$7.25 million

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Michigan

The Argonaut Building
Detroit
Rehabilitation for a mixed-use property
$15 million
 

Missouri

Crown Square
St. Louis, Missouri
Mixed-use –property with commercial and residential rentals
$12.5 million
 
Fashion Square
St. Louis
Mixed-use property with commercial space and loft apartments
Senior and subordinate debt; NMTC equity
$25 million
Green Park Broadway Green Park Broadway
St. Louis
Mixed-use property with a service center and retail and office space
$11 million
 
The Old Post Office 
St. Louis
Historic rehabilitation for commercial and retail space
Senior debt
$8.2 million
 

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Portfolio Updates
Whittier Street Health Center is now open! 
Thanks in part to Enterprise's NMTC allocation. www.boston.com