42,000 square foot facility opened in late 2013 and is projected to serve 48,000 unique patients each year.

This project, at $24.5 million, is the largest NMTC loan made by City First Bank. Along with the DC Primary Care Association, City First Bank partnered with USBanc Corporation Community Development Corporation (USBCDC) which provided a substantial equity investment to finance the development. The DC Department of Health provided grant funding to support the construction of the project through its affiliation with the DC Primary Care Association.

The new Unity-Parkside Health Center replaced an aging and deteriorated clinic that had served the community. The facility now provides a full range of adult and pediatric services.

Unity Parkside supports 33 jobs that were retained from the former Hunt Place facility and is expected to create 50 new permanent jobs. It is estimated that 312 new construction jobs were created.

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