LAWRENCEBURG, IND. — Revitate Cherry Tree has acquired Tuscany Bay, a 96-unit workforce housing property located in Lawrenceburg, about 26 miles west of Cincinnati. The purchase price was undisclosed. Built in 1999, Tuscany Bay is situated near the newly developed Amazon Air Hub, a $1.5 billion air cargo facility totaling 800,000 square feet. Amenities at the property include an upgraded clubhouse, pool, playground, TV room and fitness center. The acquisition marks the close of the Revitate Cherry Tree Multifamily Fund I LP, which has been utilized to purchase six properties totaling 841 units.
According to Revitate Cherry Tree, Tuscany Bay falls into the category of workforce housing that describes communities offering rental prices that correlate with regional income levels, ensuring that working Americans have quality affordable housing available in proximity to their workplace. The community was formerly a LIHTC-regulated property. Revitate Cherry Tree will maintain Tuscany Bay’s relative affordability for residents earning up to 80 percent of the area median income.