Catherine Blume Took Home the Millennium Award

July 17, 2016

Catherine M. Blume

Enhanced Capital’s Catherine Blume took home the Millennial Award in the Financial Services category after being chosen as one of three finalists from over 200 nominations. The “Voices of a Generation” themed Millennial Awards external link honored New Orleans millennials who make significant contributions in their industry and well as making a positive impact in the community.


Greenskies Assumes No. 1 Ranking Among U.S. Solar Companies

June 17, 2016

Greenskies Renewable Energy, a Connecticut-based solar energy company launched in a Westbrook basement eight years ago, has become the nation’s No. 1 solar energy company in the commercial and industrial market sector, according to Greentech Media, or GTM, the solar industry’s leading research firm and data tracker.

Economic Development Partners Announce Major Revitalization Project for Greenville, Mississippi

March 15, 2016

The City of Greenville, developer Bill Boykin, Guaranty Bank and Trust Company, U.S. Bancorp Community Development Corporation and Enhanced Community Development, a subsidiary of Enhanced Capital, announced today their plans to redevelop the former Sears Department Store and three adjacent buildings in downtown Greenville, a project four years in the making that will provide an estimated 36 permanent jobs, along with 75 construction jobs, and is anticipated to spur additional economic development in the area.


Job-Creating Economic Development Project Announced for Grambling, Louisiana

February 5, 2016

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Today, the City of Grambling; Kimble Development; Enhanced Community Development LLC, a subsidiary of Enhanced Capital; Hamptons Roads Ventures LLC; and First NBC Bank announced a dynamic economic development project to provide residents of Grambling, Louisiana, with much-needed retail options, including the town’s only conventional grocery store and pharmacy. Called the Legends Square Retail Development, the project is being financed in part by $10 million of federal New Markets Tax Credit allocation. The development is projected to create 100 full-time, local jobs and will add significantly to the local tax base.