Our Projects

UACD has provided NMTC allocation to dozens of projects across the country that broaden the low-income community’s access to fresh food, healthcare, the innovation economy, and quality family-sustaining jobs.

Augusta CyberWorks – Phase 1

The Augusta CyberWorks, located in one of Augusta’s severely distressed communities, will be repositioning two historic textile mills that have been vacant for decades and could be classified as a brownfield site.

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Creighton University School of Dentistry

An expanded school and healthcare facility providing quality dentistry to the lower income community of Omaha, Nebraska

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Bailey Power Plant

An adaptive re-use of a historic tobacco facility into an innovation center, research space, and a retail/restaurant destination.

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4260 Forest Park Avenue

Construction of a commercial space that will provide education programs designed specifically to create a pathway into science and technology for the low-income residents of St. Louis.

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4220 Duncan

In an effort to ensure that the opportunities in the Cortex’s innovation ecosystem are inclusive and accessible to all, 4220 Duncan allocated over $1.6MM in incentives for a broad array of program collaborations targeting the North St. Louis Choice Neighborhood.

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Jobs Cafe at Findlay Market

The Jobs Café at Findlay Market will create a stronger and more robust food economy by building the scale and capacity of local entrepreneurs and creating a pipeline of qualified and skilled workers to meet the growing employment demands of the food service industry.

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Recenter’s Hope Harbor Initiative

Hope Harbor is focused on providing affordable housing, wrap-around and health care services, and ensuring that Houston’s vulnerable homeless population obtains the skills necessary to access employment.

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Denver Housing Authority’s Collaborative Resource Facility

The CRF will co-locate a host of community serving retail and access to goods and services into one central location.

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Barnett Building

The Barnett Building, located in the heart of the City of Jacksonville’s Central Business District, will be the adaptive reuse of one of Florida’s most historically significant landmark buildings

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Findlay Kitchen

A kitchen incubator serving culinary entrepreneurs in Cincinnati’s predominantly low-income Over-the-Rhine neighborhood.

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Fresh Direct

Equipment financing for a fresh food distribution facility that will create over 600 LIP-accessible FTE jobs

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The Rail and Commerce Building

106,621 SF adaptive reuse mixed-use building with offices and a small and minority business incubator.

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Capital Area Food Bank

Construction of a new, expanded food bank facility to distribute more food and serve additional families in central Texas.

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The Chesterfield

Adaptive reuse of a historic tobacco manufacturing plant into an innovation center with shared labs.

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Camillus House

A comprehensive system of care for Miami’s homeless population, providing emergency shelter, transitional housing, meals, healthcare, and other services.

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Santana Textiles

A denim manufacturing facility providing hundreds of quality jobs in one of the poorest MSAs in the county.

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Meals on Wheels Inc. of Tarrant County

A new food distribution facility that will deliver 1 million meals each year, as well as healthcare services.

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Cambridge Innovation Center Business Expansion

National expansion of a catalytic innovation space operator into multiple severely-distressed areas.

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Wake Forest Innovation Quarter Building 91

WFIQ is a 200-acre urban research park being developed in collaboration with anchor institution Wake Forest University Health Sciences. UACD is excited to continue investing in the revitalization of the over 1 million SF of historic, mostly vacant, tobacco warehouses in this severely distressed LIC.

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Project Atlantic

Construction of a 180,000 SF produce processing and distribution facility providing over 450 permanent FTE jobs.

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University of Maryland BioPark Building 2

The second building in a multi-phase development that is creating economic opportunity in West Baltimore.

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