Rose Community Capital Provides $16.1M FHA Loan for Rehabilitation of Affordable Housing Property in Cleveland

Fenway Manor features 143 units.

CLEVELAND — Rose Community Capital has provided a $16.1 million 221(d)4 loan for the rehabilitation of Fenway Manor in Cleveland. The 143-unit affordable housing property was originally constructed in 1923 as a residential hotel and rehabbed in 1974 for low-income seniors. Plans call for a new roof, windows, elevators, entrance, HVAC, flooring and paint. Individual units will be updated with new kitchens, bathrooms, flooring, paint and doors. The borrowers included Orlean Company and Renewal Housing Associates. Rose Community Capital is the financing arm of Jonathan Rose Cos.

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