KeyBank Arranges $32.5M for Refinancing of Two Apartment Communities in Tennessee, Alabama
CHATTANOOGA, TENN. AND MOBILE, ALA. — KeyBank Real Estate Capital has secured $32.5 million for the refinancing of two multifamily properties in the Southeast. The undisclosed borrower received an $18.4 million loan to refinance Courts at Waterford in Chattanooga and a $14.1 million loan to refinance Maison De Ville in Mobile. Erik Storz of KeyBank arranged the 10-year Freddie Mac loans with five years of interest-only payments and 30-year amortization schedules. Constructed in 1988, Courts at Waterford features 318 units with 28 reserved for tenants earning 60 percent of the area median income (AMI). Maison De Ville was constructed in two phases — Phase I in 1963 and Phase II in 1973. The 347-unit community reserves 33 units for tenants earning 60 percent of the AMI.