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Capital Impact Partners Deepens Investment in Underserved Communities and Commitment to Social Justice In...
Capital Impact Partners began 2018 by deepening its commitment to breaking down barriers to success for underinvested communities by expanding justice and equity. The organization announced today that it provided more than $36 million in financing during the first half of 2018.
Capital Impact Partners and JPMorgan Chase Announce First Equitable Development Initiative Participants
Capital Impact Partners, alongside JPMorgan Chase & Co., announced the first cohort of participants for the Equitable Development Initiative. This two-year program will help ensure minority real estate developers in Detroit are able to participate in the city’s revitalization in a way that reflects the city’s diversity.
Washington D.C. Mayor Names Capital Impact Partners To Help Manage New Affordable Housing Preservation...
Institutions (CDFIs), will manage the District’s newly created $10 million Affordable Housing Preservation Fund. The Mayor’s Housing Preservation Strike Force recommended the creation of this Fund, located within the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD), to increase the preservation of affordable housing in the District.
Capital Impact Partners, a leading mission-driven Community Development Financial Institution, announced today it marked more than $2.5 billion in loans to underserved communities across the country since its founding.
Capital Impact Partners Continues to Expand Innovation and Lending Support for Underserved Communities in...
?Capital Impact Partners announced today that it provided more than $51 million in project financing during the third quarter of 2017, supporting increased access to health care, education, affordable housing, and healthy food for underserved communities around the United States.
CEOs of four leading Community Development Financial Institutions call on Congress to preserve the...
As leaders of four of the nation’s largest nonprofit financial institutions dedicated to improving economic opportunity in local communities, we write to urge your support for the preservation of the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) during upcoming negotiations on tax reform legislation
Capital Impact Partners? and Annaly Capital Management, Inc. Launch Social Impact Investing Joint Venture
Capital Impact Partners and Annaly Capital Management, Inc. (NYSE: NLY) (“Annaly”) today jointly announced the launch of a new $25 million joint venture dedicated to supporting community development in underserved cities across the country. An innovative structure in the mortgage REIT sector, the collaboration provides direct financing for socially responsible projects in low-income communities while simultaneously enabling Capital Impact’s ability to further expand its work nationally.
Capital Impact Partners announced today that it provided $75 million in project financing during the second quarter of 2017. This represents the largest quarterly loan volume in the company’s history as it worked to support increased access to health care, education, affordable housing, and healthy food around the United States.
Capital Impact Partners Advances Financing Efforts to Support Affordable Housing, Education, and Health Care...
Capital Impact Partners announced today that it provided $26 million in project financing during the first quarter of 2017, supporting increased access to health care, education, affordable housing, and healthy food around the U.S. Other first-quarter highlights include an “AA” issuer credit rating from S&P Global Inc., the launch of a key job-creation program, and the release of important new affordable housing research.
New Report Identifies Practices To Address Relocation And Displacement In Revitalizing Neighborhoods
As new development takes hold in once-distressed urban areas, it is important to address the risks of resident relocation and displacement that disproportionately impact low-income residents. With a focus on multifamily development in Detroit, a report from Capital Impact Partners identifies a number of practices that developers, investors, city officials, Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs), and public interest groups can use to plan for and responsibly manage development processes that may lead to resident displacement and relocation.
Capital Impact Partners Advances Its Work in Providing Access To Healthy Food, Quality Education,...
Capital Impact Partners announced today that it financed projects in underserved communities across fives states including California, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, and Texas. Notable in this effort are deals that increased healthy food access, scaled cooperative efforts, and broadened and deepened the organization’s presence in Texas. Other enterprises supported by the organization included affordable housing, health care, and dignified aging facilities. This work is expected to create more than 275 permanent and 400 construction-related jobs, further providing help to those who live in the communities Capital Impact serves.
Capital Impact Partners’ Third Quarter Financing Supports Increased Access to Quality Education, Health Care,...
Capital Impact Partners announced today that it provided $27 million in financing to projects delivering social impact to underserved communities across the U.S. during the third quarter of 2016. Charter school financing in multiple states represented a big focus during the quarter, with additional loans helping to increase access to quality health care in California, affordable housing in Detroit, and dignified elder care in Pennsylvania and Washington. Of particular note is the fact that nearly half of the ventures represent continued relationships with existing borrowers
Capital Impact Partners announced today that it has received a $4.8 million grant through the fiscal year 2016 round of the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Capital Magnet Fund (CMF). Capital Impact Partners will use the funding to build upon its concentrated work in Detroit and expand affordable housing across this city.