In March, federal lawmakers passed a record-breaking economic stabilization package of over $2 trillion to support businesses and communities affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
On March 27, the President signed into law the historic $2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act in response to the pandemic our world is facing.
On March 27, the President has signed into law a historic $2 trillion economic stimulus package in response to the pandemic our world is facing.
To all that we serve, In response to this historic moment our world is facing, we at NTCIC want you to know we are still hard at work, saving places, supporting communities, and fighting for a sustainable future.
NTCIC Designates New Board Emeriti At NTCIC’s October Board of Directors meeting, NTCIC designated Emeriti in recognition of their dedicated years of service to NTCIC’s board.
As NTCIC rounds out the fiscal year, we wanted to take a look back at some of the incredible investments we’re honored to support. This year, we invested over $230 million into 14 projects across the country. Together, these projects will restore over 1.7 million square feet of historic space.
Seasoned finance executive Kenneth L Fischbach joins the NTCIC senior leadership team The National Trust Community Investment Corporation (NTCIC) welcomes Kenneth L. Fischbach to the organization as its new Chief Financial Officer & Executive Vice President.
As Opportunity Zones come into focus, NTCIC has been exploring how Opportunity Zone capital can best be invested in underserved communities and complement successful incentives such as the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) and the Historic Tax Credit (HTC), while supporting a mission of historic preserv…
Since the initial release of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 and the introduction of the Opportunity Zone incentive, NTCIC has been working the Historic Tax Credit Coalition (HTCC) and other industry leaders in the historic preservation community to better understand how this new incentive can…
By: Anthony Veerkamp By now, you’ve probably heard about Opportunity Zones, but you may still not be sure whether to be excited, alarmed, or indifferent regarding their implications for your community.