• Stuart Lodge

    An assisted living facility in Stuart, Florida.

  • Miami Community
    Charter School

    Miami Community Charter School is a dynamic not-for-profit institution dedicated to providing high-quality education to prepare its students for lifelong learning and leadership skills.

  • Omega Communities
    Senior Living Projects

    Omega Communities’ first assisted living and memory care community recently began construction in Florida, with another expected to break ground this year, five more sites picked throughout Florida.

  • Million Air Tallahassee

    Million Air Tallahassee is a full service private aviation center and Chevron FBO in an elegant, state-of-the-art facility.

View Projects

“Helping worthwhile community projects get the funding they need.”

$2.6 Billion in Financing

Formed in 1999, the Capital Trust Agency (CTA) was created out of a need for responsive and innovative financing for various purposes that qualify under the rules of the Internal Revenue Service for tax-exempt financing. Affordable housing projects, airport facilities, hotel and convention developments promoting tourism, healthcare projects, and K-12 educational buildings, are among the allowable projects that have been able to use CTA to efficiently access the capital markets – and since its formation CTA has financed over $2.6 billion of these borrowings.

 

CTA in the News

HJ Sims Case Study on CTA Financing.  Underwriter HJ Sims conducted a case analysis highlighting the success of a 2017 CTA financing.  Read more here.

Gulf Breeze Rotary recognizes CTA for Take Stock In Children.  Gulf Breeze Rotary recognized Capital Trust Agency for their service to the community.  Read more here.


CTA provides a successful issuance of $24.5 million in bonds for Senior Living projects. Omega Communities turned to CTA to help finance a series of senior living community projects. Each project will have an “affinity agreement” with a church partner. Omega plans 4-5 projects completed each year beginning in 2015. Read more at seniorhousingnews.com.