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KeyBank Provides $142.4M Financing for Six-Property Affordable Housing Portfolio in Texas, Florida, Midwest

Limestone Canyon, one of the properties within the portfolio, consists of 260 units and is located in Austin, Texas.

Limestone Canyon, one of the properties within the portfolio, consists of 260 units and is located in Austin, Texas.

TEXAS, FLORIDA, WISCONSIN AND MICHIGAN — KeyBank Real Estate Capital has provided $142.4 million in loans for a six-property affordable housing portfolio across Texas, Florida and the Midwest region. The loans were used for a variety of purposes, including refinancing, acquisitions and renovations.

KeyBank provided $115.7 million in Fannie Mae loans for Limestone Canyon, a 260-unit apartment complex, and Parkside Crossing, a 218-unit apartment complex, both located in Austin, Texas; Sendero Ridge, a 384-unit apartment property located in San Antonio, Texas; Arcade Apartments, a 75-unit apartment building in Racine, Wis.; and Pasco Woods, a 200-unit complex in Wesley Chapel, Fla. All properties reserve at least 50 percent of units for tenants making 60 percent or less of the area median income.

KeyBank provided an additional $14.8 million bridge-to-HUD loan for Lakestone Apartments in Ann Arbor, Mich. The 144-unit property consists of one-, two- and three-bedroom units designated for those earning 50 to 60 percent of the area median income. Built in 1998, the apartment building features amenities such as a clubhouse, pool, recreation center, basketball court, computer center and laundry facilities.

Harmony Housing, a nonprofit organization, was the borrower. KeyBank also provided an $11.9 million loan to the organization to facilitate recent property acquisitions. John Gilmore IV and Jeff Rodman of KeyBank arranged the portfolio financing.

Harmony Housing is a 501(c)(3) formed to own and acquire multifamily affordable housing properties across the United States.

Cleveland-based KeyBank Real Estate Capital offers a variety of agency financing solutions for multifamily properties, including affordable housing, seniors housing and student housing.

— Kristin Hiller

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