NHP Foundation Grows Its Chicago Holdings

NHP Foundation Grows Its Chicago Holdings

The NHP Foundation, a New York-based not-for-profit organization known for preserving and developing affordable housing, just acquired its first Chicago-area senior apartment building, and fourth property overall in the metro area. Built in 1991, the Section 8 community has 57 total units in the Woodlawn neighborhood, near the new Obama library. It sold for $4.933 million, or about $86,500 per unit. To fund the purchase, NHP secured $4.515 million in financing from Low Income Investment Fund and $817,000 of its own equity from NHPF Equity. The $400,000 above the purchase price was for transaction and closing costs, plus HUD-required repairs. Through partnerships with financial... Read More »