KeyBank Provides $12.7M Financing for Mixed-Use Property in Anchorage, Alaska
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA — KeyBank Community Development Lending & Investment (CDLI) has provided Cook Inlet Housing Authority (CIHA) with $12.7 million in financing. The package includes $6.9 million in combined construction-to-permanent loan financing for the development of Elizabeth Place Apartments in downtown Anchorage, along with $5.8 million in Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LITHC) equity.
The mixed-use property will feature 2,680 square feet of ground-floor commercial space, 38 units of affordable housing for those earning 50 percent to 60 percent area median income, and 12 market-rate units. Among the affordable housing units, 15 will be fully equipped for residents with sensory and mobility impairments, 10 units will be set aside for residents who are otherwise differently abled and four will be for residents experiencing homelessness.
CIHA partnered with a variety of local organizations on the development, including University of Alaska, YWCA, Red Cross, Providence Alaska, Ninestar, Credit Union 1, Alaska Injury Prevention Center, Junior Achievement and Catholic Social Services.
Victoria Quinn and Beth Palmer Wirtz of KeyBank’s CDLI team arranged the financing.