Senior Housing Community On Nantucket Will Be Renovated, Have Affordability Extended For Perpetuity With $1.5 Million in MassHousing Financing
The MassHousing funding will enable HallKeen Management to make renovations to Academy Hill, a 27-unit mixed-income housing community for senior citizens on Nantucket, and to preserve affordability at Academy Hill’s affordable units for perpetuity.
WinnCompanies & Omni Development Break Ground on $42 Million Rehab at Historic Rhode Island Public Housing Community
WinnCompanies and Omni Development Corporation formally kicked off $42 million in ambitious renovations to modernize Prospect Heights Apartments, a historic New Deal-era public housing community in Pawtucket.
Newton Mixed-Income Housing Community Will Undergo Major Renovation With $3.3 Million in MassHousing Financing
MassHousing has provided $3.3 million in affordable housing financing to the nonprofit Newton Community Development Foundation, for the renovation of the historic Weeks School Apartments.
Today, the Louisiana Housing Corporation Board of Directors approved the issuance of $13 million in Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds and Multifamily Housing Governmental Notes.
The Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency announced today that it is accepting bids for the purchase of $2 million in tax credits associated with the Community Revitalization Fund.
Work is Underway to Convert Vacant Worcester Building to New, 55-Unit Mixed-Income Housing Community With $5.1 Million In MassHousing Financing
MassHousing has closed on a total of $5.1 million in affordable housing financing to support the redevelopment of Worcester’s Central Building.
The Iowa Finance Authority Board of Directors today approved a total of nearly $2.6 million in low-interest loans through the federal HOME program.
DCHFA closed on its third affordable housing transaction during the month of April with the issuance of $9,541,577 in acquisition and rehabilitation financing for HELP Walter Reed Apartments (1324 Main Drive NW) in Ward 4.
The Washington State Housing Finance Commission approved a total of $207 million in financing for the new construction of nearly 1,000 affordable apartments in communities across the state.
The North Dakota Industrial Commission has approved an increase in the eligibility limits for state programs that assist with home purchases.