New Market Tax Credits

  • Downtown Cincinnati’s dunnhumby Centre Reaches Key Milestone in Construction

    and the Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation (3CDC) broke ground on the dunnhumby Centre project in downtown Cincinnati. After almost ten months of work, the project reached an important milestone in its construction, as it received its first concrete pour at street level on November 14. Also, at the start of the month, the Cincinnati Urban Design Review Board approved the design for the new building.

    Cincinnati 26 November 2013 14:32
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    By Marcelo Bermúdez, President, Figueroa Capital Group, subsidiary of Charles Dunn Co.: Over the past 40-plus years, the U.S. government has enacted several discretionary benefit programs worth billions. Because of the complex structures, investors shy away from these investment alternatives. Don’t be too quick to judge the unknown.

    National 19 June 2013 17:30

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