HISTORIC REHABILITATION

The redevelopment of historic McDonogh 19 into 25 units of senior housing and anti-racist training space
The adaptive reuse of a deconsecrated church and parochial school with historic and New Markets tax credits
A mixed-use, mixed-income, gut renovation project financed with historic and low-income tax credits
Permanent affordable housing project for low-income families as part of the Crescent City Community Land Trust
The gut renovation of a 76-unit, low-income apartment building financed with low-income tax credits
Rehabilitation of the former Myrtle Banks School into an affordable grocery store, shared office space, and nonprofit art gallery