Past Projects

West Las Vegas Library (Las Vegas, NV)

West Las Vegas Library (Las Vegas, NV)

1861 N. Martin Luther King Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89106
A $35.5 million NMTC financing structured and closed by Crescent will enable a state-of-the-art library facility in a highly-distressed, majority-minority community. Embracing a new philosophy around what a modern library can be, the facility will devote the majority of its spaces to Business & Career Services/Workforce Development, Family Learning, and Educational Support.

Second Harvest of the Big Bend (Tallahassee, FL)

Second Harvest of the Big Bend (Tallahassee, FL)

4446 Entrepot Blvd., Tallahassee, FL 32310
Florida’s Big Bend region groans under the burden of persistently high poverty, the isolation endemic to rural living and recent tropical weather impacts. Crescent’s $13 million NMTC financing will allow for a massive expansion in food aid to a highly-distressed community badly in need of more help.

Metrocrest Services (Dallas, TX MSA)

Metrocrest Services (Dallas, TX MSA)

5 N. Josey Lane, Carrollton, TX 75006 (Dallas, TX MSA)
Dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty and fostering self-sufficiency with its holistic bundled services model, Metrocrest will now expand its successful approach to a new location in a highly-distressed Dallas neighborhood, thanks to a $15.5 million NMTC financing by Crescent.

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.