KeyBank Secures $59.3M for Construction of Affordable Seniors Housing Property in Indianapolis

The Reserve at White River will include 210 units.

INDIANAPOLIS — KeyBank Community Development Lending and Investment has secured $27.7 million of construction financing, $13.2 million of tax credit equity and $18.4 million of Freddie Mac permanent financing for the development of a 210-unit affordable seniors housing property in Indianapolis. Herman & Kittle Properties was the borrower. Known as The Reserve at White River, the project will include two four-story buildings, 14 cottage-style, single-story buildings and a 5,000-square-foot clubhouse. The project will use income averaging so that 150 units will be set aside for tenants earning 60 percent of the area median income (AMI), 51 units will be set aside for those earning 50 percent AMI and nine units will be reserved for those making 70 percent of AMI. All of the units will be restricted to residents age 55 and older, with 21 of the units accessible for those with special needs. Kyle Kolesar, Victoria O’Brien and Robbie Lynn of KeyBank structured the financing.

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