Incentives and Taxes

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Incentive Programs

MEDC offers highly competitive, performance-based incentives that are designed to assist existing or growing companies with business expansion or relocation plans in Michigan.

Flagship Incentive Programs

Our Incentive Programs

Michigan Community Revitalization Program

MCRP promotes community revitalization with access to gap financing incentives for eligible projects located on properties that are contaminated, blighted, functionally obsolete or a historic resource.

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Transformational Brownfield Plan

TBP affords developers the opportunity to capture a portion of specific incremental taxes generated from largescale transformational projects for a specified time period.

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Brownfield Redevelopment (P.A. 381 of 1996)

Brownfield Programs help develop walkable communities with historical architecture, provide support for mixed-use developments, help activate public spaces, enrich arts and cultural amenities and more.

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Public Spaces Community Places

PSCP is a grant match program that utilizes donation-based crowdfunding to generate public interest and funding to revitalize or create public spaces.

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Build MI Community

Provides property owners and real-estate entrepreneurs with limited development experience access to gap financing for incremental development projects that re-activate underutilized or vacant space into vibrant areas.

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State Historic Preservation Tax Credits

The State Historic Preservation Tax Credit helps support place-based projects while promoting the preservation of Michigan’s historic resources.

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MEDC is eager to support businesses growing and investing in Michigan. Our customer portal makes it easy to share project details and determine what assistance you may be eligible for. Inquire today to get started.

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Fact Sheets
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Michigan's Site Selection Database

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