Skyline, ND Consulting Acquire Multifamily Property in Kansas City, Kansas for $8.9M
KANSAS CITY, KAN. — Skyline LLC and ND Consulting have acquired Silver City Apartments in Kansas City for $8.9 million. Originally built in the 1970s, the 160-unit property underwent a tax credit renovation in the mid-1990s. Dan Piatkowski of Affordable Housing Investment Brokerage Inc. brokered the transaction. Commercial Group, a Topeka, Kan.-based owner and operator, sold the asset. The buyers were interested in the HAP contract in place at the property and plan to expedite renovations needed.
A tax credit renovation is the renovation of an existing property in effort to provide quality affordable housing to low-income tenants, according to Piatkowski. In exchange for tax credits and other fees, which lessen a developer’s financial exposure, developers renovate properties that are often project-based Section 8, agreeing to specific rental restrictions for a certain period of time based on tenant’s income. All different types of debt service are used to finance these types of properties, including Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, HUD and other loan programs.