Other Community Facilities
In addition to its core program areas, LIIF supports mission-driven projects that bring economic development and essential services to low income neighborhoods. These projects include emergency food providers feeding families or health clinics that provide low income people with access to primary care services.
Featured Projects By State
Camino Nuevo Family Clinic
The Camino Nuevo Family Clinic is located on the Camino Nuevo Charter Academy campus and provides bilingual medical and educational services to the community.
St. Anthony’s Foundation
Operating since 1950, St. Anthony’s Foundation provides meals, social services and medical care to more than 1,600 poor and homeless people every day. It’s new 40,000-square-foot facility will feature a dining room, kitchen, clothing distribution center, food pantry and social work center.
West End Health Center
West End Health Center is a 7,400-square-foot health center co-located with a 101-unit mixed-use affordable housing development in Denver.
LIIF’s loan utilized funds from the national Healthy Food Financing Initiative to help transform a 65,000-square-foot abandoned supermarket in New Orleans into an integrated healthy food hub.
Mt. Pleasant Home is an elder residence that serves very low income seniors in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts. The site will have a new primary care facility operated by the Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
Part of the Solution
Part of the Solution, one of the first emergency food providers in the Bronx, is expanding its current facility to house its entire staff, volunteers and current programs that offer free services to 10,000 low income people annually.
St. John’s Bread & Life
St. John’s Bread & Life is the largest emergency food provider in Brooklyn, New York. They serve their clients with a restaurant-style dining area, a “client-choice” food pantry system, and a Mobile Soup Kitchen program.
Urban Health Plan
Urban Health Plan has provided medical care for more than 30 years to residents of the South Bronx.
Utica Place is a transit-oriented, four-story commercial and community located in Brooklyn. The new facility will bring jobs to a distressed neighborhood and enable St. Matthew’s Church, a long-standing community advocate, to offer community services, such as child care and after-school programs, to local families.
New Settlement Community Campus
Settlement Housing Fund is building a 24,000-square-foot community center that will provide after-school arts and recreation programming for 1,100 students and thousands of community members.
The Plaza at Chelten
The Plaza at Chelten is a transit-oriented, 50,000-square-foot retail and healthy food center in Philadelphia’s Germantown neighborhood.
LIIF provided NMTC financing to transform a historic building in Memphis, TN into a highly integrated and mixed-use facility anchored by arts, education and healthcare tenants.
Hilltop Regional Health Center
The Hilltop Regional Health Center in Tacoma will provide medical and dental services for 17,000 patients annually, offering quality health care in a 59,000-square-foot state-of-the art facility.
Pike Place Market
Pike Place Market is an historic icon. It is also an outlet for small businesses, a source of fresh food for families and home to over 500 low-income residents.