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Hunt Capital Provides $22.8M for Adaptive Reuse Project in El Paso

EL PASO, TEXAS — Hunt Capital Partners has provided $22.8 million in equity financing for the adaptive reuse of Blue Flame Apartments, a historic multifamily building in El Paso. Built in the 1954, the 18-story building has been vacant for the past 12 years and will now be converted into a mixed-use property with 120 affordable housing units and 39,672 square feet of commercial space. The project, which carries a total price tag of $55.3 million, is scheduled for completion by January 2020.

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