The Tile Studio, an authorized dealer of fine American and European art tiles, opened its doors in April of 2003.
NDC Grow America Fund borrower Stadium Thriftway in Tacoma, WA plans expansion and captures local media attention. Read The News Tribune story.
A new, $8 million revolving loan fund for small businesses in Seattle and King County will be launched this month by NDC’s Grow America Fund (GAF) together with the City of Seattle, King County and the Seattle Foundation.
The National Development Council has closed $28.7 million, or roughly one third, of our Round VI New Markets Tax Credit Allocation, providing financing for four important community and economic development projects in three states.
For many years the National Development Council has assisted the city of Seattle in meeting its economic goals through sustainable development.
Madison County, Illinois is facing a desperate need for increased mental health services, particularly for its low-income population.
Across the country, NDC’s community partners know all too well that the “credit crunch” is not simply a Wall Street story, not just a Fortune 500 story.
Partnerships between NDC and local governments and agencies continue in hundreds of communities across the U.S. to work towards local economic and community development goals.
As the second largest city in Wyoming, Casper is a regional hub for banking and commerce and serves as a cultural center for the surrounding, predominantly rural community.
Council Bluffs, IA sits across the river from Omaha, NE and has been challenged by the loss of manufacturing jobs and general economic decline.