Our fundraising is a new kind of campaign for Burlington – an ambitious, public campaign to create a durable community resource, led by a specially formed non-profit organization. We began laying the groundwork for this major charitable campaign in the spring of 2014 following a year-long competitive process hosted by the Mayor of Burlington. Starting in April 2014, we assessed feasibility through an awareness campaign in the surrounding region. August 2015 marked the true beginning of a one time only, focused twelve month campaign to raise $11M. With one year left to complete this campaign, we need your help to make it possible. You can help right now in two major ways:
Make a meaningful donation online or by check New Moran, Inc. Your check may be addressed and mailed to: New Moran, Inc. PO Box 8502 Burlington, Vermont 05402
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Shared infrastructure between diverse users promotes innovation and stimulates positive change.
There will be adequate walkable parking to support the daily, non‐event functions of the building. The event demand of the Turbine Hall will be met via shared parking agreements with southern waterfront lots, nearby hotel parking garages, and through increased waterfront shuttle services.
In March 2014, the New Moran proposal was approved by 70% of Burlington voters for a $6.3M allocation of City Tax Increment Financing (TIF). TIF is a public financing method that uses projected future tax gains to catalyze current investment in public infrastructure. It is a tool for community and economic development projects which does not result in an increase in taxes.
NMTC provide a source of upfront capital to redevelopment projects in low-income areas. This capital is not tied to the cash flow of the project. Investors purchase credits allocated to a given project, thereby financing the project while providing a reduction in a their federal tax liability.
Historic Tax Credits are a state and federal funding mechanism used to support the rehabilitation of certified historic structures as determined by the the National Park Service. Investors purchase credits allocated to a given project, thereby sponsoring the project while providing a reduction in a their federal tax liability.