Examples of successful tax credit programs

Connecticut Solar Portfolio

A Solar Investment Tax Credit allows investors to deduct 26% of installation costs from federal taxes, which applies to all residential and commercial systems. Cherrytree worked with the renewable energy developer MSL Group to successfully complete multiple projects across Connecticut. Together, these projects will realize over $2.75 million in tax credits and $8 million [...]

Low-Income Housing Western MA

Creative financial planning breathes fresh life into historic districts in two Massachusetts towns. Several abandoned buildings located within historic districts in Millers Falls and Turners Falls were preserved by the projects, undertaken by Pioneer Valley Redevelopers and Obear Construction Company. In all, 12 affordable housing units were created, along with two residential units, three [...]

Historic Rehabilitation Worcester, MA

A 95-year-old six-story office building in the second largest city in Massachusetts is being converted into commercial space on the lower two levels, with residential units throughout the remainder of the building. The 20,000 square feet has a steel structure with cement floors, elevator, and lime stone facade. Finishes include all mahogany doors [...]

Affordable Housing Shelbyville, Indiana

Historic and Low-Income tax credits totaling $2.4 million were syndicated by Cherrytree. Hampton Financial Partners — a Cherrytree affiliate — also provided $900,000 in pre-development funding, allowing the project to advance prior to the availability of tax credit equity and construction financing. The project involves the renovation of a former high school in Shelbyville, [...]

New Hampshire Solar Project

Cherrytree teamed with a respected local developer to create a fund which invested in three new utility-scale solar power facilities — including the largest solar array in New Hampshire. The fund allowed individual investors to obtain Federal tax credits which they may use to their own tax planning advantage. Read the case study [...]

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