Martin Luther King Economic Development Corporation
Martin Luther King Economic Development Corporation used HFFI financing to support the completion of the Milwaukee Fix and Clock Shadow Building Project. The Clock Shadow Building includes businesses that produce healthy food products and provide critical comprehensive health services in an underserved community. Completed in April 2012, the Clock Shadow Building includes four food production/processing operations, including Clock Shadow Creamery, Roof Top Farm, Purple Door Ice Cream, and Martha’s Pimento Cheese. The upper floors host the Healing Collective, which operates programs that integrate mental, physical, and spiritual health services, and the roof is home to the Rooftop Farm, which is used in healing and education programs. This project has created 28 jobs, of which 17 are filled by low-income people. You can find more information about the Clock Shadow Building Project here.
Source of money: HFFI CED Program