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KeyBank Provides $30.9M in Financing to Build Two Affordable Housing Projects in Seattle

The two affordable housing communities will be constructed adjacent to each other at the corner of 23rd and Jackson streets in Seattle.

SEATTLE — KeyBank Community Development Lending & Investment (CDLI) has provided $30.9 million in financing to Community House Mental Health Agency for the construction of two affordable housing properties located at the corner of 23rd and Jackson streets in Seattle.

KeyBank funded a $13.6 million construction loan for the development of Judkins Junction, a 74-unit multifamily property. Additional funding was provided by the City of Seattle and King County. The tax credit investor is the National Development Council. KeyBank will also provide the borrower with a $5.6 million private placement permanent loan.

Additionally, KeyBank provided a $11.7 million construction loan for the development of Patricia A. Apartments. The property will offer 52 units of permanent supportive housing for individuals with mental illnesses. The City of Seattle, King County and Washington State Housing Trust Fund provided additional funding.

Victoria Quinn of KeyBank’s CDLI group arranged the financing for both properties.

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