Fairstead Acquires Low-Income Seniors Housing Community in Boca Raton

BOCA RATON, FLA. — Fairstead has acquired Gould House, a 101-unit Section 8 seniors housing community in Boca Raton. The property is located on the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County Campus. While the seller and price were not disclosed, Fairstead did unveil plans for a $6 million rehabilitation of the entire complex. The project will include new kitchens, baths, lighting, HVAC, flooring and windows for all apartments, as well as common area improvements to the security systems, grounds, lobbies, community room and management office.

Fairstead financed the acquisition through the issuance of federal Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) and tax-exempt bonds from the Housing Finance Authority of Palm Beach County. The Freddie Mac lender/bond purchaser in the transaction was Berkadia Commercial Mortgage LLC, and the LIHTC investor was Regions Affordable Housing LLC.

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