Success Stories

Our success is reflected in our clients success. Learn more about the projects that we have made possible through the SBA 504 program.

MadTree Brewiing

Alloy loaned MadTree Brewing $5.2 million of the $18 million cost of the MadTree 2.0 facility in Oakley

The MadTree Brewing 2.0 50,000-sq ft facility in Oakley has been a highly visible project in Hamilton County during its construction. This $18 million expansion was funded in part by an SBA 504 loan from Alloy.

"We've worked with Alloy (formerly HCDC) now for more than 10 years! From kickstarting our first brewery, financing the complexities of our new location in Oakley, and now helping us refinance and structure our business for long-term success, they've always been eager to support us. I find myself continually recommending them to friends, colleagues, and other businesses. "
Kenny McNutt
MadTree Brewing Partner, SBA 504 Loan Borrower

Oasis Turf & Tree

Oasis Turf and Tree demonstrates superior vision, green energy initiative, and outstanding execution

With the help of Alloy’s SBA 504 Lending Program, the company built a state-of-the-art net-zero energy facility in the heart of Loveland. This project has helped bring new income to their community. This project also significantly enhanced the company’s operations and improved the overall productivity of the Oasis team.
“We’ve seen excellent results from the team at Oasis in both revenue and job growth. Their dedication to the implementation of their vision is a true testament to their commitment to their dream.”
Patrick Longo
Alloy President on Oasis

Pearl's Bar

Pearl's Bar, received a $189,000 loan from Alloy on a building purchase and renovation project of $513,000

Located in Columbia Tusculum, Pearl’s Bar took a 100+-year-old single family house on Eastern Avenue and turned it into a bar/eatery with old school charm. “We kept the original siding and saved the bricks from the chimney and used them in our outdoor fireplace,” says one of Pearl’s owners, John Tieman. “We’re a neighborhood bar with a warm feeling.”
“Our loan officer walked us through the SBA 504 loan process from application to funding. We borrowed money for our renovations to preserve the history of the building, but modernize it.”
John Tieman
Owner, Pearl's Bar

Woodward Theater

With a $518,000 SBA 504 Loan from Alloy, Woodward is now up and running in OTR

The revitalization of an Over-the-Rhine theater is in full production mode after the owners of MOTR Pub inked the last of the financial paperwork to bring the Woodward Theater back to life as a live music venue and events hall. Construction is ramping up inside the 101-year-old theater now that financing from Alloy and the Cincinnati Development Fund is in place.
“Both the Woodward’s non-profit lenders were quick to recognize and partner in support of our vision. This new partnership will put the Woodward Theater back to work as a catalyst for Main Street, the regional gateway to Cincinnati’s historic Over-the-Rhine.”
Dan McCabe
Owner, Woodward Theater

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“Alloy walked me through the SBA 504 loan process every step of the way, which I really needed since I had never purchased commercial real estate before. They also helped me out with a tricky leased land situation that helped pave the way for future commercial real estate purchases.”
Steve Dorgan
President, Wray Precision, SBA 504 Loan Borrower

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