CDA’s annual investor report is out. In it, we highlight last year’s investments and we are proud to announce that we hit a major milestone: more than half a billion dollars invested in projects that are creating catalytic growth and opportunity in #CLE.
International Food Solutions bought a former Goodwill building in Cleveland’s Central neighborhood in November. The meal-production company plans use the building as a poultry-processing plant with more than 200 employees.
The May Dugan Center (MDC) was founded in 1969 and opened the current facility in 1975. MDC provides comprehensive health and human service programs to a diverse community that comes from 64 different zip codes throughout greater Cleveland, but primarily from the near...
Two Cleveland-based community development organizations collectively nabbed $80 million in federal tax credits last week to support investments in low-income neighborhoods. CDA was awarded $35 million in NMTC..
CDA, the real estate affiliate of GCP, has been awarded $35 million in NMTC. The Northeast Ohio Development Fund, LLC, was awarded an additional $45 million, bringing $80 million of NMTC to fund transformative projects in Greater Cleveland.
Treasury Announces $5 Billion in New Markets Tax Credit Awards to Revitalize Low-Income and Distressed Communities
Treasurer of the United States Chief Lynn Malerba, joined by CDFI Fund Director Jodie Harris, and others today announced more than $5 billion in (NMTC) awards nationwide.
Over the past two decades, Greater Cleveland has benefited from millions of dollars of allocations from a well-regarded 20-year-old federal program — the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) program.
MAGNET’S new home in a renovated Hough elementary school in Cleveland aims to create opportunity, reverse industrial decline: Analysis
t’s hard to think of a new urban project anywhere in Northeast Ohio that focuses more sharply on fighting industrial decline and economic inequality than the new home of MAGNET, the Manufacturing Advocacy and Growth Network.