Example Clients and Projects

New Markets Tax Credit Funding

In 2019, Weave facilitated a $12 million Federal NMTC and $9.9 million Kentucky State NMTC transaction supporting the first full scale manufacturing plant for Danimer Scientific in Winchester, KY.  The company’s bioplastics replace petroleum based plastics for use in the creation of biodegradable straws and food packaging.

In late 2019, Weave facilitated a $8.5 million Federal NMTC transaction supporting the improvements to the main campus and expansion of Laradon Hall Society’s program space for developmentally disabled students and adults.

In early 2018, Weave facilitated a $14 million NMTC transaction supporting the construction of the first manufacturing for Pursell Agritech in rural Sylacauga, Alabama. The company has developed innovative environmentally friendly controlled release fertilizer technologies and micronutrient delivery systems.

In early 2015, Weave facilitated a $12 million New Markets Tax Credit transaction to support the construction of the Goodwill Opportunity Center in Charlotte, NC.  The Center will provide a medical clinic, credit union, job training, and other social services under one roof for Goodwill’s clients.  The facility will also house Goodwill’s administrative offices, a large warehouse, and an outlet store.  www.goodwillsp.org

In 2017, Weave helped facilitate Rocky Mount Downtown Community Facility in Rocky Mount, NC in partnership with the municipality. It is a mixed-use community facility housing a health clinic and education facility, retail, indoor sports and fitness center, and a civic event center.

In 2013, Weave facilitated a $14.8 million State and Federal NMTC transaction for Camp McDowell in rural Alabama to support a major expansion.  The camp provides unique environmental and healthy food educational programs for children throughout the state along with various cultural programs. www.campmcdowell.dioala.org


Consulting Clients

Colorado Housing Finance Authority

Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver

City and County of Denver – Office of Economic Development

Colorado Health Foundation

Mile High Connects (funded by Kresge Foundation)

James Irvine Foundation

Urban Neighborhoods (Dana Crawford)