Tax Credit Investors
By Crescent Growth Capital on December 20, 2017
160 West First North Street, Mesquite, NV 89027
A $10 million federal NMTC financing to construct a new 16,000 sf library that will serve as a community center, a workforce training hub, and an educational hub for all ages, while providing free laptops and wifi to the surrounding community.
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 December 15, 2016
San Antonio, TX
A $6 million NMTC financing to renovate The Neighborhood Place, supporting and expanding its already extensive list of vital community services.
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 December 22, 2015
4732 West Illinois Avenue, Dallas, TX
A $7 million federal NMTC financing to construct the 21,400 SF Family Health Center, offering a broad range of health services to Los Barrios Unidos’ 21,000+ annual patients, 74% of whom are uninsured.
By Crescent Growth Capital on December 10, 2015
A $6 million federal NMTC financing to provide a working capital facility to one of Idaho’s most respected Federally-Qualified Health Centers.
By Crescent Growth Capital on September 16, 2015
4000 West Diversey, Chicago, IL
A stacked $7.5 million state/$6 million federal NMTC financing, funding the first phase of an adaptive re-use of the long-vacant Marshall Fields Department Store, into a 68,000 sf Cermak Fresh Market grocery store.
By Crescent Growth Capital on May 6, 2015
5610 S. 42nd Street, Omaha, NE
A stacked $10.3 million Nebraska state and $3 million federal NMTC financing to build a 16-classroom early childhood development center that will serve the most impoverished children in Omaha.