Affordable Housing Complex To Get A Make-Over

Cambridge Realty Capital left its comfort zone of financing skilled nursing facilities, arranging a $32.7 million HUD-insured loan that was funded by tax-exempt bonds, with owner’s equity facilitated by low-income housing tax credits. The combination refinanced a 211-unit affordable elderly housing complex in Baltimore, Maryland. The extra funds are to be used to modernize the 40-year old physical plant. We suspect there are many more of these types of buildings that need updating, in addition to more of these buildings in general to help low-income elderly as they age.

 

 

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