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Baltimore Food Hub

Baltimore, MD

Baltimore Food Hub is a $17MM project to transform a 3.5-acre parcel in East Baltimore into a campus of food system facilities and uses. The first phase of the project will include the development of a new building that will house a culinary social enterprise workforce program and a kitchen incubator–operated by Humanim. ACT […]

March 20th, 2014|

Castellini Group

Clayton County, GA

ACT is carrying out community benefits work for the Castellini Group of Companies’ new 177,297 square-foot refrigerated produce processing and distribution facility just south of downtown Atlanta in Clayton County, Georgia. The facility will serve as the Southeastern U.S. operations base for Castellini. The office space with be LEED Certified and the processing […]

February 11th, 2015|

The Centre

Baltimore, MD

The Centre at 10 E. North Avenue is a project of Jubilee Baltimore, an $18 million project converting a 67,000-sf vacant building into a center for arts and innovation in the Station North Arts and Entertainment District. This building will contain restaurant space, 200 jewelry-makers, the film programs of […]

April 4th, 2014|

Clinica Esperanza

Providence, RI

Clinica Esperanza is a public health clinic in Providence, RI that provides free, high quality medical care to uninsured adults. All of the clinic’s care is provided by volunteers, leveraging altruism of 50+ medical professionals and partnering with medical schools, hospitals and community organizations. The clinic provides continuous primary care to almost 1,500 enrolled patients […]

September 19th, 2014|

Jonas Hubbard Growth Opportunity Center

St Louis, MO

The Carr Square Tenant Management Association in St. Louis owns the historic Carr School, a beautiful but distressed early-20th-century building that has been a vacant community eyesore since it closed in 1983. Carr Square engaged ACT to develop a feasibility study for restoring and reusing the school as a hub for small businesses […]

May 19th, 2015|

Howard County Food Hub

Howard County, MD

Maryland has the potential to invest in infrastructure to grow its local food economy. Howard County and the Horizon Foundation engaged ACT to carry out a study of Central Maryland’s food system, and to create a development model for a Food Hub that would include a a kitchen incubator and an aggregator/distributor of […]

November 17th, 2014|

Kensington Renewal

Philadelphia, PA

Kensington Renewal is a not-for-profit community development corporation located in Philadelphia. The organization grew out of residents’ efforts to renovate vacant properties for homeownership. Over time, Kensington Renewal’s work has expanded to stabilizing vacant lots, reducing commercial vacancy, supporting small businesses, and improving the image of the community through projects to make the area […]

February 11th, 2015|

The Kitchen at Findlay Market

Cincinnati, OH

Findlay Market is an anchor of fresh food and community in the Over the Rhine neighborhood of Cincinnati serving over a million customers a year. ACT is assisting Findlay Market in developing an 8,000 square-foot kitchen incubator in order to provide important facilities and programs to culinary entrepreneurs and market vendors.

November 17th, 2014|

Meals on Wheels

Tarrant County, TX

Meals On Wheels, Inc. of Tarrant County is set to construct a new 63,000-square-foot facility that will provide an additional 500,000 meals each year to the community. The new facility will also provide a volunteer training center for the 4,000+ meal-delivery volunteers the organization heavily relies on. ACT has partnered with local organizations […]

February 11th, 2015|

Mercantile Block

Providence, RI

Completed in 2010, the Mercantile Block in Providence, RI is the third of arts organization AS220’s development projects in Providence’s Downcity Arts District. The Mercantile Block consists of market-rate, first-floor commercial space that supports affordable artist studios and nonprofit office space upstairs, providing space for nonprofit tenants such as College Visions and the Rhode Island […]

November 5th, 2015|