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Circle Seafoods (Aberdeen, WA)

Circle Seafoods (Aberdeen, WA)

500 N. Custer Street, Aberdeen, WA 98520
A ground-breaking investment in transforming the freshness, competitiveness and carbon footprint of wild salmon fishing, Circle Seafood’s barge-based cold storage and salmon processing facility will generate astounding job opportunities – over 1,100 – in rural Washington State. Crescent’s $23 million NMTC financing was essential to the project’s success.

Hope Center (San Antonio, TX)

Hope Center (San Antonio, TX)

321 N. General McMullen, San Antonio, Texas 78237
An independent ministry providing social services on the disadvantaged West Side, Hope Center’s programming and capacity will double individual case management and expand four-fold in terms of educational offerings around financial literacy and life skills, thanks to an $8 million NMTC financing structured and closed by Crescent.

DePaul Community Health Centers (New Orleans, LA)

DePaul Community Health Centers (New Orleans, LA)

Ascension DePaul Services’ New Orleans roots date back to 1834. Now a Federally-Qualified Health Center, ADSNO operates eleven health clinics throughout the metro area. Crescent’s $23 million NMTC financing will fund new facilities featuring pharmacies, behavioral health services and urgent care services for two highly-distressed communities.

Center for Transforming Lives (Fort Worth, TX)

Center for Transforming Lives (Fort Worth, TX)

2851 S. Riverside Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76119
Located in one of the nation’s fastest growing cities, CTL will be able to broaden its offerings and boost capacity to help transform the life trajectories of its disadvantaged female clientele via a new headquarters facility enabled by a $39.5 million NMTC financing structured and closed by Crescent.

St. Thomas Community Health Center (New Orleans, LA)

St. Thomas Community Health Center (New Orleans, LA)

2000 Magazine Street, 3500 Holiday Drive, New Orleans, LA
Growing community health facilities sited close to where patients live is essential to closing disparities in health outcomes. Crescent paired a $5.5 million NMTC financing with a $5 million LA State NMTC allocation to fund a significant expansion in capacity for a high-quality, long-established provider with a majority-Medicaid client base.