Grambling hosts dedication ceremony to celebrate new NMTC-funded Legends Square retail development, induct 24 honorees into ‘Walk of Fame’

July 9, 2017

Grambling Ribbon Cutting

City leaders, state legislators, sports Hall of Famers, honored guests and local residents celebrated the grand opening of the Legends Square retail development with a ribbon cutting event and the induction of 24 people into Grambling, Louisiana’s new Walk of Fame on Saturday, July 8. Enhanced Capital was pleased to participate, having helped to provide $10 million in federal New Markets Tax Credits to the project.

Covered by KTVE NBC 10 and other media, the well-attended event marked the beginning of a new legacy for Grambling – one that includes the city’s first grocery store in almost 50 years. The Legends Square retail development features a 48,300-square-foot plaza, which will include a full-service grocery store and pharmacy, new retail stores and a Walk of Fame honoring Grambling’s rich history and remarkable residents.



National report finds that New Markets Tax Credits continue to support economic growth and job creation

June 15, 2017

Open Sign

The New Markets Tax Credit Coalition recently released its 2017 New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Progress Report, which highlights the program’s success over the previous year in bringing much-needed investment to low-income populations, stimulating growth throughout the nation and creating jobs in economically distressed communities.

“The 2017 New Markets Tax Credit Progress Report reaffirms that the NMTC program continues to be an effective way to help create economic opportunity and address unemployment and poverty through impact investing,” said Michael Korengold, president and chief executive officer at Enhanced Capital. “As we continue our work, Enhanced Capital remains committed to attracting much-needed investments to low-income and rural communities to spur economic growth and community development.”


New Orleans small tech business attracts $60 million in new funding

April 13, 2017


A homegrown tech business is making strides toward developing New Orleans’ high-tech industry and expanding its local and global footprint thanks to an initial investment through Louisiana’s Certified Capital Company (CAPCO) program.

Lucid, a 5-year-old market research firm that received an investment from Enhanced Capital through the Louisiana CAPCO program, has gone from being a promising tech startup to a high-growth business with global aspirations.



Birmingham motorcycle company pitches Southern Powersports Corridor to support Alabama’s economic growth

February 17, 2017


A small business that launched motorcycle and American V4 engine production in 2014 in Alabama thanks in part to an investment through Enhanced Capital has found so much success that it’s now identifying additional opportunities for similar economic growth in the state.

Motus Motors, a company that received an investment from Enhanced through a program created by the Alabama Legislature to incentivize investment in the state’s small businesses, recently went to Capitol Hill to pitch the concept of a “Southern Powersports Corridor” in Alabama, according to an article on