Greystone Spearheads $45.6M Redevelopment of 336 Affordable Housing Units in Indiana

by Kristin Harlow

INDIANA — Greystone Affordable Development is spearheading the $45.6 million redevelopment of 336 affordable housing units in Indiana as part of the state’s Moving Forward Rural Development program. Partnering with property owner and operator Justus Property Management Inc., Greystone is guiding a recapitalization and renovation process that will bring energy efficiencies and renewed housing for residents of 14 properties in 10 counties.

The combination of funding sources includes $14.7 million in loans from Greystone; $12.4 million in capital contributions stemming from the purchase and syndication of both 4 percent and 9 percent housing credits by Boston Financial Investment Management; $10.6 million in multifamily private activity tax-exempt bonds from the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA); $6.6 million of assumed and subordinated USDA Section 515 long-term debt; $1 million in funding from IHCDA via the Rural Revolving Loan Fund; and other miscellaneous sources totaling $236,000.

Greystone anticipates a 19-month construction period for the portfolio. Renovation costs will average more than $44,000 per unit. Greystone Affordable Development is an affiliate of commercial real estate finance firm Greystone.

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