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PHOENIX — Boston-based Boston Capital has invested in Amber Pointe Apartments, a to-be-built, affordable senior-living project in Phoenix. Located south of downtown Phoenix, the property will feature 32 one-bedroom/one-bath units and 24 two-bedroom/two-bath garden-style units in a three-story building. The units are restricted to residents aged 62 or older with incomes at or below 40 and 50 percent of the area median income. The community will feature a community center, a computer room, laundry facilities and an intercom entry system. Boston Capital provided the tax credit equity for the development; Boston Capital Finance provided a $7 million construction loan and $1.1 million permanent loan. The general partner is Ohio-based NRP Group LLC.

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