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PROJECTS

Emerald Capital has sourced or closed over $200M in NMTC Allocation, $125M+ in debt financing, and managed over $500M in project costs for clients since its existence.

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4565 McREE

St. Louis, Missouri

TOTAL PROJECT SIZE:

64,000 SF

TOTAL COST:

$18M

OVERVIEW

Mixed-Use; Retail & Office Space

Emerald Capital sourced and closed $18M in NMTC Allocation to allow Green Street Real Estate Ventures to redevelop the existing building to provide retail and office space to the Forrest Park Southeast neighborhood.  The project will create 150 permanent jobs, the majority of which are accessible to individuals without a college degree.  Additionally, Phase II of this catalytic development has begun, which encompasses a  multi-family development with 268 units.

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TIGERFIBER

Sauget, Illinois

TOTAL COST:

$7M

OVERVIEW

Emerald Capital sourced and closed $7M in NMTC Financing to allow TigerFiber to grow their Commercial Hemp operations by purchasing machinery and equipment for their facility in Sauget, IL.  TigerFiber will create accessible,  high paying jobs and a new industry to St. Louis that provides environmentally sustainable outcomes.  The financing allows TigerFiber to bring a new industry not only to the St. Louis market but to the United States.  This industry is prevalent in Europe and TigerFiber is taking best practices abroad and bringing them to the United States. 

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MEALS ON WHEELS SAN ANTONIO

San Antonio, Texas

TOTAL PROJECT SIZE:

44,371 SF

TOTAL COST:

$21M

OVERVIEW

Meals on Wheels will be able to expand their kitchen/meal operations from their current facility to serve almost 10,000 seniors / year in the San Antonio region.  Meals on wheels will also create nearly 50 new jobs while retaining 100 of their existing employees in the new facility.  

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THOR BOATS

Union City, Tennessee

TOTAL COST:

$7M

OVERVIEW

Emerald Capital sourced and closed $7M in NMTC Financing to allow TigerFiber to grow their Commercial Hemp operations by purchasing machinery and equipment for their facility in Sauget, IL.  TigerFiber will create accessible,  high paying jobs and a new industry to St. Louis that provides environmentally sustainable outcomes.  The financing allows TigerFiber to bring a new industry not only to the St. Louis market but to the United States.  This industry is prevalent in Europe and TigerFiber is taking best practices abroad and bringing them to the United States. 

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CLIMATE BY DESIGN INTERNATIONAL

Owatonna, Minnesota

TOTAL PROJECT SIZE:

200,000 SF

TOTAL COST:

$27M

OVERVIEW

Climate by Design International’s new facility will create a significant amount of new accessible jobs for people without a 4-year degree. All jobs will pay above the area’s average living wage for the rural community.   

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