By Crescent Growth Capital on September 6, 2017
3677 Mapleshade Lane, Plano, TX 75075
A $24 million federal NMTC financing to construct the 200,000 SF Northern Distribution Center as part of the Stop Hunger Build Hope Capital Campaign, which is aimed providing meals to the 16% of North Texas residents who are at risk of hunger or hunger-related ailments.
By Crescent Growth Capital on August 18, 2017
Cristo Rey Dallas College Prep Holds Annual Student “Draft Day” with Corporate Partners On Hand
By Crescent Growth Capital on July 26, 2017
2851 East Bonanza Road, Las Vegas, NV 89101
A $17 million NMTC financing to construct a new East Las Vegas Library branch, the cornerstone of the Library District’s Vision 2020 modernization plan.
By Crescent Growth Capital on January 5, 2017
San Antonio, TX
A $7.2 million NMTC financing to construct a new Boys & Girls Club branch in the Lone Star neighborhood.
By Crescent Growth Capital on December 7, 2016
Kennedy Circle, San Antonio, TX 78235
A $6M NMTC financing construct a new School of Osteopathic Medicine for the University of the Incarnate Word.
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By Crescent Growth Capital on December 2, 2016
A $8M NMTC financing to renovate the 91-year old Camp Whispering Cedars into a STEM Center of Excellence for the Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas.
By Crescent Growth Capital on November 2, 2016
A $9.5 million NMTC financing to construct the first phase of the Cristo Rey Dallas College Prep high school facility in Pleasant Grove.
By Crescent Growth Capital on April 30, 2015
New Orleans-based Ryan Gootee General Contractors received the Alliant Build America Award from the Associated General Contractors of America for their redevelopment of the former Myrtle Banks Elementary School building. Follow this link to read the more about the award and Ryan Gootee’s work at Myrtle Banks.
Louisiana Landmark Society recognizes Myrtle Banks, NOMMA, Carver Theater and Tulane School of Social Work
By Crescent Growth Capital on April 20, 2015
On April 15, 2015, Myrtle Banks, New Orleans Military & Maritime Academy, Carver Theater, and the Tulane School of Social Work received the Louisiana Landmark Society’s Excellence in Historic Preservation award, which recognizes outstanding examples of restoration or rehabilitation of historic buildings. Click here to read the full announcement.
By Crescent Growth Capital on March 2, 2015
In FY 2014, the National Park Service approved 1,156 projects and $5.98Bn in rehabilitation work, creating an estimated 77,762 jobs. View full report here.