National Trust Community Investment Corporation (NTCIC), an affiliate of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, is among the largest tax credit investors and syndicators dedicated to historic preservation in America. The organization supports the country's architectural heritage, community development, and renewable energy initiatives through the provision and investment in federal tax credits, including the Historic Tax Credit.
NTCIC is seeking potential tax credit investment opportunities that are eligible for both historic and new markets tax credits. We seek planned redevelopments of historic properties located in severely distressed census tracts that will have one or more of the following future uses:
- Education & Workforce Development: Projects providing accessible educational and workforce development opportunities for members of the surrounding low-income communities, such as the Hoen Lithograph Building and the KIPP School in Philadelphia
- Art & Culture: Projects that provide access to artistic enrichment and cultural celebration, like the Academy Lofts and the Rose Collaborative
- Healthcare: Developments that create direct access to direct medical care and dental care as well as mental healthcare, behavioral healthcare, substance abuse treatments, and physical and/or occupational therapy for communities with limited access, such as the CARITAS Center and Electric Works
- Social Services: Projects that provide space for tenants offering various human services such as child development and family services, emergency assistance, services to special populations. Examples of our previous investments include the ABC Center and Crescent Commons.
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