DCHFA Finances Second Affordable Apartment Complex in Ward 8 in 2017

WASHINGTON, DC – (RealEstateRama) — The project is being developed by The Michaels Development Company and CityInterests, LLC. South Capitol Multifamily is also being funded by $23.19 million raised in equity through the syndication of four percent low income housing tax credits in partnership with a $25.14 million loan from the DC Department of Housing and Community Development’s Housing Production Trust Fund.

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South Capitol Multifamily will feature 5,000 square feet of community space and an underground garage with 96 parking spaces. Pathways to Housing will provide individualized social service case management services for the complex’s permanent supportive housing residents. All of the building’s residents will be eligible for services provided by Pathways’ on-site tenant support specialists.

Through its Multifamily Lending and Neighborhood Investment division, DCHFA issues tax-exempt mortgage revenue bonds to lower the developers’ costs of acquiring, constructing and rehabilitating rental housing. The Agency offers private for-profit and non-profit developers low cost predevelopment, construction and permanent financing that supports the new construction, acquisition, and rehabilitation of affordable rental housing in the District.

The District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency was established in 1979 to stimulate and expand homeownership and rental housing opportunities in Washington, D.C. We accomplish our mission by offering below market rate mortgage loans to lower the homebuyers’ costs of purchasing homes and by issuing mortgage revenue bonds to lower the developers’ costs of acquiring, constructing and rehabilitating rental housing.

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Contact: Yolanda McCutchen
(202) 777-1650

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The HFA was established in 1979 to stimulate and expand homeownership and rental housing opportunities in Washington, D.C. We accomplish our mission by issuing housing mortgage revenue bonds that lower the homebuyers’ costs of purchasing homes and the developers’ costs of acquiring, constructing and rehabilitating rental housing. We embrace our responsibility with conviction and pledge our best efforts to serve as the city's champion for homeowners and renters and to act as the city’s principal catalyst for neighborhood investment.

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