LOMA LINDA AND RIVERSIDE, CALIF. — Capital One has funded a total of $56.7 million in Fannie Mae fixed-rate loans for the refinancing of two age-restricted apartments communities in Southern California. The transactions consist of a $36.7 million loan for Loma Linda Springs, a 444-unit community in Loma Linda, and a $20 million loan for Victoria Springs, a 240-unit property in Riverside. Spruce Grove, the sponsor, was founded in 1964 and has built and managed a diversified commercial real estate portfolio.
Chuck Christensen of Capital One Multifamily Finance’s office in Newport Beach, Calif., originated the interest-only loans, which both have a term of 15 years.
Both communities feature fitness centers and swimming pools. A portion of the residents at the communities have Section 8 vouchers. Additionally, 17 furnished units at Loma Linda Springs are rented on the short-term leases to cancer patients being treated at nearby Proton Therapy Treatment and Research, part of Loma Linda University Medical Center.