NTCIC is delighted to announce a 2017 intern position in partnership with its parent company, the NationaPreview (opens in a new window)l Trust for Historic Preservation (NTHP). For this internship, NTHP is offering a stipend of $1,500 to help offset expenses.
The Institute for Professional and Executive Development (IPED) is scheduled to host their annual Historic Tax Credit Summit in Washington, DC from June 15-16 where NTCIC will be their featured sponsor.
We are proud to announce the rehabilitation of our latest project, a new and very much improved website, ntcic.
On Friday, May 12, 2017, NTCIC celebrated the Grand Opening of its 8th New Orleans tax credit project, The Pythian, in downtown New Orleans.
Call members of Congress with the following message: “As tax reform moves forward, will you please vocalize your support for the Historic Tax Credit, to protect this essential community redevelopment tool? Also, please considered co-sponsoring the Historic Tax Credit Improvement Act.
Overview The legislative environment in Washington has intensified as the Trump Administration moves past its 100th day in office. On May 4, 2017, the House passed the American Health Care Act by vote of 217-213.
NTCIC President, Merrill Hoopengardner, was a featured speaker at the Main Street Now Conference, hosted in Pittsburgh, PA May 1-3. Ms.
NTCIC closed its Main Street Small Deal Fund and made the fund’s initial investment into the Owosso Armory redevelopment in Owosso, MI.
This webinar was moderated by NTCIC Public Policy Advisor, John Leith-Tetrault & NTCIC President, Merrill Hoopengardner was a webinar panelist.
NTCIC was a proud sponsor of the Cleveland Restoration Society’s 2017 Community Luncheon as their highest level Platinum sponsor.