National Trust Community Investment Corporation (NTCIC) is the preferred source for tax credit investments and expertise.

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National Trust Community Investment Corporation (NTCIC) enables tax credit equity investments that support sustainable communities nationwide. NTCIC places qualified tax credits for federal and state historic (HTC), new markets (NMTC), solar (ITC) and low-income housing (LIHTC) projects.


Over its history, NTCIC has partnered with over 20 corporate investors in HTC, NMTC, ITC & LIHTC transactions. Investment partners for our projects include major and regional banks, insurance companies and manufacturers. Our development partners include a wide variety of property owners including for-profit developers, nonprofit organizations and local governments.


Since its inception in 2000, NTCIC has provided nearly $2 billion in capital for more than 200 HTC, NMTC, ITC, and LIHTC investment transactions, representing more than $7 billion in total development costs. NTCIC is the historic tax credit industry’s leading advocate for improving and expanding the use of federal and state HTCs having organized and chaired the Historic Tax Credit Coalition since 2009.

$1.7 B

Over $1.7 billion
raised in capital


More than 200 successful
tax credit transactions

$7 B

Over $7 billion in total
development costs

Affiliates & Subsidiaries

NTCIC is a wholly-owned for-profit affiliate of the National Trust for Historic Preservation (NTHP), the leading nonprofit advocate for historic preservation in the United States. On an annual basis, NTCIC declares dividends to support the National Trust's many preservation-based community development programs and subsidiaries including the National Trust Main Street Center. NTCIC is also the parent company of National Trust Tours and National Trust Insurance Services.

Hoen Lithograph Building Complex
Our Projects
Baltimore, Maryland Locate
Total development cost : $28.4 Million
NTCIC Key Financing : $10 Million NMTC Allocation
The 85,000 sf former lithograph printing complex will be restored and transformed into the Center for Neighborhood Innovation, convening workforce development programs, educational training, neighborhood revitalization advocates, and nonprofits committed to providing resources and jobs for under-resourced community residents. View Project Details
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Owosso Armory
Our Projects
Owosso, MI Locate
Total development cost : $5.7 Million
NTCIC Key Financing : $1.2 Million NMTC Allocation
This former National Guard Armory has been restored and converted into office and business incubator space for the community, including the local Chamber of Commerce and local business owners. This was NTCIC's first project to be supported through the Irvin Henderson Main Street Revitalization Fund. View Project Details
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North Carolina Utility Groundmount
Our Projects
Eastern and Central North Carolina
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Battery Maritime Building
Our Projects
New York, NY Locate
Total development cost : $190.7 Million
NTCIC Key Financing : $28.1 Million HTC Equity
The restoration of an iconic Beaux-Arts ferry terminal building located at the southern tip of Manhattan originally constructed in 1909. View Project Details
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Hoen Lithograph Building Complex Hoen Lithograph Building Complex
Owosso Armory Owosso Armory
North Carolina Utility Groundmount North Carolina Utility Groundmount
Battery Maritime Building Battery Maritime Building