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By creating well-structured investments, our team of experienced professionals helps create the development of affordable multifamily communities and renewable energy solutions throughout the country. As of March 2020, our team of over 100 professionals has closed over $11 billion in equity through 124 active funds with 89 institutional investors and 999 affordable housing tax credit assets under administration. Our experienced specialists identify strategic investments and design equity structures that serve the long term interests of all our partners, including investors, developers and public authorities. We provide investors with full asset management and reporting services throughout the investment life cycle. The syndications group enjoys deep relationships with the industry’s most active developers and investors. We have expertise in fully leveraging the synergies that exist in matching the needs for affordable housing at the local level with the tax credit investment objectives of our investor clients. Our depth of talent in effectively structuring quality tax-advantaged investments, coupled with the strength of RBC in worldwide financial markets, makes us a premier tax credit syndicator. RBC Community Investments’ team of originators, underwriters and closing specialists works with developers nationwide to provide solid deal execution and follow-up through closing. We deploy substantial resources in all major markets to meet the dynamic development needs of affordable housing sponsors. Our capabilities include the flexibility to close a transaction with RBC funding within a developer’s timeframe. Our mission is to find quality investment opportunities for our clients and our syndication platform is built on the principle of providing strategic diversification for tax credit investors. We are disciplined in maintaining dual distribution channels – looking to syndicate tax credit investments equally through proprietary funds as well as multi-investor funds. This balance allows us to provide flexible capital to meet the needs of our developer partners and to provide strong investment opportunities to our investor partners. In the last five years, we have worked with 55 different institutional investors and have closed on tax credit investment funds totaling $4.7 billion. Our Asset and Fund Management teams are structured to effectively monitor our entire portfolio of properties at any stage of the asset lifecycle. Serving to protect yield and asset quality for both investors and developers, we employ a diverse team of strong professionals in the following areas of expertise: Development Risk Management monitors the development portfolio (through receipt of the Certificate of Occupancy) by performing site inspections, monitoring construction, sources and uses, funding equity contributions through C. O., completing monthly risk assessments for internal reporting and communicating with developers and investors. Stabilized Asset Management monitors the portfolio beginning at C. through disposition by reviewing the lease up process, funding equity contributions, performing annual site inspections, reviewing property financial performance, completing risk rating assessments quarterly for investor reporting, responsible for the disposition process and communicating with developers and investors about property performance. Asset Risk Management monitors a select group of underperforming properties with watch list criteria and aggressively manage properties off of the watch list or through workout, review risk ratings for the entire portfolio to ensure proper rankings and communicate with developers and investors. Asset Management Operations monitors the aggregate portfolio from inception to disposition by coordinating property data collection, quality control over the database, evaluating insurance requirements, tenant file reviews, ensuring Qualified Occupancy is achieved, and communicating with developers, property managers and investors. Fund Management manages investor communications regarding changes and requests to the portfolio, as well as providing investor reporting needs, fund performance analysis, audits and tax returns and communicating portfolio reporting results with investors. The architects, engineers, asset managers, compliance experts, CPAs and attorneys who lead and work in these areas develop valuable relationships with investor and developer clients. This specialization strategy enhances our ability to deliver best in class service. Bob Spangler is a Co-Head of RBC Capital Markets’ 275-person Municipal Finance department which includes the RBC Community Investments’ syndication and direct investment platforms as well as the Municipal Banking franchise in the US. He also serves as the Chairman and President of the legal entity RBC Community Investments, LLC. Spangler has been an employee of RBC for over twenty-two years and is a member of RBC Capital Market’s US Regional Operating Committee. Spangler also serves as Chairman of RBC USA Holdco Corporation Political Action Committee and serves on the board of RBC’s US Capital Markets Diversity Leadership Council. Spangler holds the FINRA series 7, 24, 50, 53, 54 and 63 and 79 licenses. Spangler was formerly with First Union Capital Markets (now Wells Fargo Securities), where he was a Senior Vice President and Manager of the Housing Finance Department. Spangler worked in the housing finance department of Merrill Lynch & Co. He serves on the Board of Finance for the Town of New Canaan, Connecticut. Spangler received an AB in History from Stanford University and a Masters in Management from the J. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University. Tony Alfieri has worked extensively in the banking industry for over 30 years, primarily specializing in real estate finance and the creation of affordable housing. Tony joined RBC in 2006 and continued to accept greater leadership responsibility including key roles on the Community Investments’ Operating Committee and the Investment Committee. As Co-Head RBC Community Investments, he has shared responsibility for the Tax Credit Syndication, the Direct Investing, and Workforce Housing platforms including the management of nearly 100 professionals. Tony has held positions as Chief Operating Officer and Managing Director for Asset Management, and Chief Credit Officer for RBC’s affordable housing platform. Alfieri was a Director in Wachovia Bank's Tax Credit Investment Group, where he served in various capacities including Director of Risk Management and had approval authority for equity investments and debt in a multi-billion dollar portfolio. In his 10-year career at Wachovia, he was also a Senior Credit Officer in the Asset Securitization Department and Real Estate Credit Officer. Alfieri has been a member of the Affordable Housing Tax Credit Coalition (AHTCC) since 2013, and served as President from 2016 through February 2018. The AHTCC is a broad-based industry coalition whose mission is to protect and expand the low-income housing tax credit. He is a graduate of Nazareth College in Rochester, NY, with a BS degree in Business Administration and an Economics concentration. Craig Wagner joined RBC in 2002 and has been the Co-Head of the RBC Community Investments team since December 2011. In his current role he has shared responsibility for the Tax Credit Syndication, the Direct Investing, and Workforce Housing platforms including the management of nearly 100 professionals. Additionally, Craig is on RBC Community Investments’ Operating Committee and Chairs the Investment Committee. Previously, Craig was Director of Business Development with responsibility for new product business development and managed the firm’s national accounts, the Director of Originations, and a Regional Director – Southeast where he led a team in the areas of origination, financial underwriting, and partnership structuring of investments. Craig’s experience includes the acquisition and underwriting of LIHTC, HTC, and various state tax credit investments. He has worked with numerous housing authorities, for-profit developers, and non-profit developers on various property types including RAD, mixed-income, mix-use transactions, and workforce housing. Wagner served in various leadership roles as an officer in the United States Navy and as a production manager for Frito Lay, Inc. Craig, a graduate of Northwestern University with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, earned his Master’s in Business Administration with concentrations in Real Estate and Finance from the Kenan-Flagler Business School, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Stacie Altmann joined RBC in 2010 as VP-Acquisitions and currently serves as Director – West Region responsible for originating, structuring and negotiating LIHTC investments throughout the western US. Altmann has over 20 years of investment banking and real estate finance experience, with a specific focus on the affordable housing industry. Altmann has relationships with for-profit and non-profit developers and has experience structuring 9% tax credit, tax-exempt bond, RAD, state and historic tax credit, mixed income and mixed use projects in both urban and rural markets. She also actively works with state and local agencies as well as community affordable housing groups on policy and program issues. Altmann served as a corporate officer and Director of Project Finance for USA Properties Fund, Inc. in Roseville, CA where she oversaw the financing activities for the firm. She graduated summa cum laude from the University of Tennessee with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Finance. Brian Flanagan currently serves as Director – Southeast Region with RBC Community Investments, with a focus on originations activity in the Southeast, District of Columbia and Missouri. Brian joined RBC’s Charlotte, NC office in 2006 and prior to this role Brian was a Regional Director and Vice President-Acquisitions. Brian’s experience includes the acquisition of federal, state and historic tax credit properties. Brian works with for-profit and non-profit developers, underwritten a variety of property types, including affordable housing only, mixed income, tax credit and commercial retail, structured transactions that involved both federal and state historic tax credits, and has invested in multiple mixed finance properties utilizing HOPE VI funds. Flanagan worked for First Union/ Wachovia as an equity originator and closer in the company’s Tax Credit Investment Group. Flanagan worked for Aetna Real Estate Investors as a correspondent accountant. Flanagan received a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from Assumption College in Worcester, MA. Dan Kierce, Managing Director, is responsible for originating, structuring and negotiating LIHTC investments in the Central Region, with a particular focus on Texas. Kierce originally joined RBC in 2003 and has over 25 years of experience in LIHTC syndication and has closed equity transactions in over 30 states. His experience includes working with for-profit and non-profit developers on a wide range of projects which includes 9% tax credit and tax-exempt bond projects, historic tax credit projects, RAD conversions, high profile urban projects, as well as rural communities. Kierce had 11 years of experience with a major financial institution and a syndication firm where he was responsible for acquiring and structuring tax credit investments, as well as providing additional debt products to developer clients. Kierce is a board member of the Texas Affiliation of Affordable Housing Providers, where he serves as President of the board as well as the chairman of the Government Affairs Committee. Kierce is also a board member of the Michigan Housing Council, a member of the Indiana Affordable Housing Council and a board member of the Rose-Mary Center, a non-profit organization that serves children and adults with development disabilities. Kierce graduated with honors with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Nichols College and also served with honor in the United States Marine Corps. He is a frequent speaker at state and national industry conferences. Aaron Krasnow originally joined RBC in 2008 and currently serves as Regional Director-Midwest/Western Plains in the Denver office originating tax credit investment opportunities in the states of Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada, Wyoming, Utah, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa. Aaron possesses over 20 years’ experience working within several facets of the affordable housing finance and development industries including quasi-governmental gap lending at the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, non-profit sponsored LIHTC and affordable housing development at Mercy Housing, and tax credit syndication. He is versed in the structuring and underwriting of LIHTC transactions including multiple local, state, and federal financing programs tailored to new construction, acquisition/rehabilitation, and adaptive reuse residential and mixed-use projects serving low-income families, seniors, persons with special needs, and mixed-income populations. Aaron graduated with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Urban Studies with an emphasis in Land Use Planning and Development from San Francisco State University. Tom Maxwell joined RBC in 2012 as a Director with responsibility for originating LIHTC investments in the Northeast Region and working with developer clients and sponsors. Maxwell is a real estate professional with over 35 years of experience in real estate and significant originations experience in the affordable housing industry. Maxwell received his undergraduate degree from Case Western Reserve University and his MBA from The Graduate School of Business at Boston University. Christopher Tully currently serves as Director – Mid-Atlantic Region and has over 15 years of experience in real estate and finance. During his tenure with RBC Capital Markets since 2010, Mr. Tully has been involved in the structuring and placement of over $550 million in LIHTC equity. Tully is responsible for evaluating, negotiating and closing the acquisition of LIHTC multifamily properties in Connecticut, Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island. Tully spent seven years in progressive roles with another tax credit syndication firm. Tully received his Masters of Science in Real Estate Finance from the New York University and also has a BS-Finance and Marketing from Boston College. Dave Urban currently serves as Director – Gulf Coast Region with RBC Community Investments, with a focus on originations activity in the Gulf Coast, Southeast and Illinois. He originally joined the group in 1998 and has worked on acquisitions and origination activity during his tenure. Cultivating relationships with both for-profit and not-for-profit developers, Dave has closed on real estate equity transactions in more than 20 states, including Puerto Rico. Urban had over 10 years of experience in accounting and finance. He worked for Travel Centers of America in Cleveland, performing operations and budget analysis on over 85 locations, and assisted in determining the profitability of potential acquisitions. Since joining RBC, he has worked closely with developers to close on a broad range of projects and providing assistance in securing construction and permanent financing, as well as developing and maintaining several long-term developer relationships. Urban has also worked closely with several state and local tax credit agencies and assisted in the development and servicing of equity investor relationships. A 1997 MBA graduate of Baldwin-Wallace University, Mr. Urban's background includes experience as a Controller and International Controller. Lorraine Coram joined the RBC Community Investments in 2004 and currently serves as the Director of Asset Management. She leads the Development Risk Management, Stabilized Asset Management, Asset Risk Management and Asset Management Operations teams for the firm. This team oversees the RBC Community Investments portfolio and their primary focus is minimizing investment risk and enduring the dependable flow of benefits to the investor. Lorraine has been a senior member of the Asset Management leadership team since 2007, overseeing Stabilized Asset Management through 2011. Coram has over 30 years’ experience in property management and LIHTC asset management. Prior to joining RBC, she had over 16 years of experience in residential property management for a portfolio of conventional, HUD and LIHTC properties. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration/Marketing from the State University of New York, College at Oswego. Ken Lohiser currently serves as Director – Tax Credit Transactions supervising the Investment Diligence group and collaborating with the Underwriting team on all aspects of closing investments at the lower tier. Ken joined RBC in early 2006 to serve as Associate General Counsel. He brings to the organization over thirty years of real estate experience, including fourteen years in private practice and six years as corporate counsel for a Fortune 500 company. Lohiser has represented real estate developers in acquisitions, dispositions, commercial and residential developments and financing of real estate. He has an extensive background in due diligence for multi-parcel transactions, including title insurance, environmental compliance, survey review, zoning and construction issues. Lohiser is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati, College of Law and has an undergraduate degree from The Ohio State University. He is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and has served is a member of the Governing Committee for the American Bar Association Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law. Yonette Chung Mc Lean is a Managing Director within the RBC Community Investments leading the over 100-person team’s business development, and has portfolio management responsibility of RBC’s direct investments in US tax credits. Chung Mc Lean also manages RBC Community Investments’ syndications and co-investments in renewable energy tax credit investments, holding key relationships with multiple investor clients of financial institutions, insurance companies and investment grade corporates. Chung Mc Lean has previously worked in RBC’s US Corporate Banking as part of the lending team principally credit underwriting multifamily and single family housing transactions, and in Municipal Investment Banking structuring and executing numerous multifamily bond financings. Eric Moody was promoted to Managing Director-Underwriting in 2019. Moody has assumed greater responsibilities since joining RBC in 2006, which includes serving as Director of Underwriting since 2011. He currently has oversight of all aspects of lower tier closings, management of underwriting staff and relationship coverage of select investor clients. Prior to this role, he served as Vice President-Acquisitions for RBC's Southeast Region in Charlotte, NC. Moody began his LIHTC career as an underwriter within Wachovia’s Tax Credit Investment Group in 2000, and has over 20 years of real estate industry experience within large financial institutions. Eric’s industry experience includes the nationwide acquisition, underwriting and structuring of federal and state tax credit investments for syndication to institutional clients. Moody is a board member of Charlotte Family Housing, a non-profit whose mission is the empowerment of families experiencing homelessness to achieve long-term self-sufficiency through housing and supportive services. He graduated from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill’s Kenan-Flagler Business School in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Todd Surbey serves as Director – Fund Management at RBC, responsible for the financial reporting function of RBC and its various tax credit partnerships, along with management of the Fund Management department staff. Surbey oversees the dispositions process, which is a collaborative effort between the fund management and asset management groups. Surbey provides financial analysis assistance and review and offers tax technical guidance to the asset management department. Surbey worked in the public accounting field where he specialized in the tax and accounting projects for many types of real estate entities, such as architects, contractors, developers, management companies and syndicators. He gained experience preparing and supervising cost certifications for low-income housing projects, preparing financial underwriting for low-income housing and historic rehabilitation developers and supervising annual audits and tax engagements. Surbey graduated with Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting from Mount Union College and earned his CPA thereafter. He is a member of the AICPA and the Ohio Society of CPAs. Tammy Thiessen serves as Managing Director-Equity Sales. In this role, Tammy manages the Equity Sales Team, originates and manages both multi investor fund and proprietary investor client relationships, and oversees all aspects of the fund closing process with a focus on providing top tier service to RBC Community Investments’ investor clients. Tammy joined RBC in 2004 and has continued to assume greater leadership responsibility after holding previous roles including Vice President of Investor Relations, as well as Transaction Analyst. Tammy is a tenured LIHTC professional and began her LIHTC career with Key Bank Real Estate Capital in 2002. Thiessen worked in various roles at several large financial institutions and private corporations including mergers and acquisitions, compliance and contracts administration. Thiessen graduated from the University of Iowa with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Pre-Law Studies, Philosophy and Political Science. The Buzza Lofts project involved the historic rehabilitation of a building in the Uptown area of Minneapolis. Since the early 20th century, this building’s history has included self-threading needle, greeting card and periscope assembly firms, a military recruiting center and a public school/adult educational facility. Its latest transformation as Buzza Lofts adds 136 units of LEED certified workforce housing to this vibrant urban neighborhood. The unit mix includes one studio unit, 100 one-bedroom and 35 two-bedroom units, each featuring a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, disposal, microwave, washer/dryer, walk-in closets and central air conditioning. Property amenities include a community room, fitness facility and outdoor patio with grills. Cottage Park Apartments is a 90-unit affordable housing community for families in Bay Minette, Alabama. The 11 residential buildings contain 22 one-bedroom/ one-bath, 45 two-bedroom/two-bath, and 23 three-bedroom/two-bath units, of which one is a manager unit. Unit amenities include a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, disposal, pantry, washer/dryer connections, ceiling fans and central air conditioning. The clubhouse includes a community room, management office and common laundry facility. Outdoor features include a swimming pool, playground, gazebo and picnic area. Tuxedo Court is the first phase of the redevelopment of a large public housing project constructed in 1960 which will yield a total of 466 units in a mixedincome development containing affordable rental and for-sale housing. This phase of 112 affordable rental units contains a mix of one- to four-bedrooms in two-story, garden-style buildings. Units feature a full appliance package, including in-unit washer and dryer, along with a balcony or patio. The property clubhouse includes a meeting room, leasing office, computer room and fitness center, along with a picnic area and playground. Edgemont Village is an affordable housing development for families in Demopolis, Alabama. The 36 spacious single-family homes have been constructed on 15 acres and include 30 three-bedroom/two-bath units and 6 four-bedroom/two-bath units. Each home has its own driveway and carport, and includes a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, microwave, and in-unit washer and dryer. Property amenities include a clubhouse with meeting space, kitchen, computer room and fitness center. Residents also enjoy the gazebo, picnic area and playground. Belle Vue Square is a 56-unit LIHTC multifamily development located in Millbrook, Alabama. Comprised of seven residential buildings, it provides a total of 24 two-bedroom, two-bath units and 32 three-bedroom, two-bath units. Unit amenities include a refrigerator with ice maker, range with hood and fan, microwave oven, dishwasher and washer/dryer connections. Belle Vue Square’s clubhouse includes a computer room, fitness center and common laundry. Outdoor areas feature a playground, picnic area and gazebo. The Symphony Apartments is the fifth phase of the redevelopment of a public housing development originally built in 1941 in Phoenix. The 83 newly constructed units include both two-story townhouses and garden-style flats, and are structured at 80% LIHTC-restricted and 20% market rate. Unit sizes range from one- to four-bedrooms and feature Energy Star appliances, including in-unit washer and dryer. The property has a community building with leasing office, computer room and fitness center. Outdoor amenities offer a swimming pool, picnic areas, playground and walking trail. Chateau Desha is a 40-unit LIHTC multifamily development located in Dumas, Arkansas. The unit mix includes 16 two-bedroom/two-bath and 24 threebedroom/two-bath units, each with a full appliance package, patio/balcony and exterior storage unit. Property amenities include a community building with leasing office, computer room and fitness center, along with a playground for children. An award-winning property ~ Affordable Housing Finance recognized 10th & Mission Family Housing in two categories as the Best Overall Development and Best Urban Development in 2010. This 12-story high-rise in the heart of San Francisco’s SOMA district provides 135 units of affordable housing in one-, two- and three-bedroom layouts. The property features a community patio on the second story of the building, as well as a youth activity center on the ground floor. Hamilton Transitional Housing is a newly constructed multifamily affordable housing community designed with a mix of family units and single room occupancy units to meet the needs of the transitional housing residences. Novato is 20 miles north of San Francisco and the site is located in the prior Hamilton Army Airfield. The community of 60 townhouses includes a mixture of two, three and fourbedroom units. Certain buildings will be comprised of three and four unit SRO complexes for a total of 100 affordable housing units. All of the units will be targeted to households with incomes at or below 30%, 40%, 50% and 60% of the area median income for Marin County. Amenities include after school programs, adult educational classes, clubhouse, playground, laundry facilities, appliances and walk-in closets. Awarded Silver certification by the US Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program in 2007. The property was the first LEED certified building in Northern California. The dense urban infill development includes sustainable building features and practices such as significant parking reductions, an on-site car-sharing pod, a photovoltaic system, an efficient combined water and space heating system that exceeds Title 24 standards by 20%, natural ventilation and environmentally friendly building materials. Other awards won by Folsom include: The Gish Apartments is a new construction 35-unit affordable multi-family development that earned a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) for Homes gold certification from the US Green Building Council. This was the first multi-family development in California to earn gold certification – affordable or not. Its design is based on a highly dense podium consisting of a concrete structure with subterranean garage and at-grade retail space. Above the podium are three stories which contain the 9 efficiencies, 14 two bedroom/ one bath units and 12 three bedroom/two bath units. All units contain energy efficient lighting, appliances and windows, and exceed energy efficiency requirements by 15%. There is also a rooftop photovoltaic system that provides 30% of the electricity for all common areas. The two and three bedroom units have a balcony or patio and all units are wired for internet access. Amenities include an onsite manager, onsite maintenance person, central laundry facility, elevator, computer learning center, community room, vending room, picnic tables, playground and barbeque on an outdoor podium deck. The Gish Apartments will target workforce and families earning less than 50% of the Area Median Income (“AMI”) with 13 of the units set aside for residents with developmental disabilities. The site is adjacent to the Gish light rail station and all tenants receive a free Eco Pass, which is an annual transit pass for use on bus and light rail systems in Santa Clara County. Juniper Apartments is a 153-unit affordable housing community for families in northern California. The property includes a mix of one-, two- and threebedroom units, and offers amenities including a swimming pool, playground, picnic area, and clubhouse with a fitness facility and computer center. Project financing included $7.7 million in LIHTC equity. Dahlia Square Senior Apartments was the Novogradac 2011 Development of Distinction Award winner, recognizing it as the LIHTC project that Best Reflects Market Success in Overcoming Significant Obstacles. As the former site of a solid waste landfill that was remediated between 2005-2007, Dahlia Square has turned this historically challenged site into a community resource and attracted new investment to this Denver neighborhood. The financing for this 88-unit property included over $9 million in LIHTC equity. The location is enhanced by the adjacent Park Hill Family Medical Center and nearby Zion Senior Center. Project amenities include a community room, fitness facility and computer center. Yale Station is a 50-unit affordable housing property serving the senior community in Denver. It’s the first affordable transit-oriented development in the City of Denver located adjacent to a light rail station providing residents easy access to mass transit options. Area amenities include grocery, retail, restaurant, healthcare and social services, along with the ground floor of Yale Station offering additional retail services. The property offers residents a community room with activity space, kitchen, exercise room and a terrace. Units feature a full appliance package, storage closet and balcony. Arthur Capper Townhomes is part of the major redevelopment of the Arthur Capper and Carrollsburg public housing projects originally built in 1958 and encompassing 707 households. In 2001, the District of Columbia Housing Authority received a $34.9 million HOPE VI grant as part of the public and private funding that developed the “Capitol Quarter”. Arthur Capper Townhomes involved the construction of 86 LIHTC townhomes and flats in two-, three-, and four-bedroom layouts over two phases. These are part of the more than 1,600 new rental and home ownership units in a mixedincome community of apartments, townhomes and senior housing. Renaissance Preserve Apartments is a newly constructed 120-unit affordable housing community for seniors in Fort Myers, Florida. The three-story apartment building is equipped with elevators and is laid out with two wings connected by central common areas and a senior service center. It has 114 one bedroom/one bath units and 6 two bedroom/one bath units all restricted to senior households earning less than 60% of the area median income (“AMI”). Apartment amenities include central air, dishwashers, garbage disposals, pantries, patios/balconies and emergency call buttons. Building amenities include a laundry room on every floor, central recreation room and social services provided to residents. Located in Miami’s Liberty City neighborhood, Parkview Gardens is a new 60- unit affordable housing community for families. Amenities include a community center with meeting room for resident events, a computer lab and central laundry facility. The project was honored with an award from the National Community Development Association which recognizes exemplary uses of various financing programs for the development of affordable housing. Edson Tax Credit Excellence Award for Public Housing Revitalization. Parkview Gardens was co-developed by the Tacolcy Economic Development Corporation, Inc. Gulf Breeze Apartment Homes, a new 171-unit mixed-income residential community, was officially dedicated in December 2008 replacing the original Gulf Breeze Apartments destroyed by Hurricane Charley in 2004. The Florida Housing Finance Corporation (FHFC) provided $9.1 million in 4 percent LIHTCs and RBC’s Tax Credit Equity Group raised $9.3 million in equity. Additionally, the Punta Gorda Housing Authority (PGHA) provided three bonds underwritten by RBC which totaled $14 million. Public response to the new community of 85 public housing, 83 LIHTC and three market-rate units was very supportive of the aesthetic charm and amenities for residents. RBC was pleased to be an active financial partner in this successful development. Pinellas Heights is a 153-unit affordable housing community for seniors in Largo, Florida. The one- and two-bedroom units enjoy property amenities that include a community dining room, craft/game room, library, computer center and fitness facility, along with outdoor gazebo and bocce ball/shuffleboard courts. The property is adjacent to the Pinellas Trail which links to parks and scenic coastal areas, as well as other residential neighborhoods. Project financing included $9.3 million in LIHTC equity. Evernia Place is an 85-unit affordable housing community for seniors in West Palm Beach, Florida. The one- and two-bedroom units feature a full appliance package, including microwave and washer/dryer connections. Property amenities include a community room, activity and game rooms, computer center and fitness facility. Outdoor features include a swimming pool, bocce ball court, large covered patio with picnic area and grills, and community garden plots. Project financing included $20 million in LIHTC equity. Adamsville Green Senior Apartments is a newly constructed 90-unit senior housing community in the Adamsville neighborhood of Atlanta. Of the 90 units, 36 LIHTC units will be restricted to 50% of AMI, 45 LIHTC units will be restricted to 60% of AMI, and the remaining 9 units will be market rate. The unit mix includes 58 one bedroom/one bath and 32 two bedroom/two bath units. The project also has a best-effort set-aside for 46 of the units to be targeted to seniors with physical disabilities. Adamsville Green unit amenities include dishwasher, disposal, microwave, washer/dryer connections, air conditioning, ceiling fans, walk-in closets and in-unit call systems. Property amenities include a community room, fitness center, library, computer center, beauty salon, laundry rooms, a wellness center and social services. In addition, the grounds feature a community garden, walking paths with sitting areas, picnic areas and gated entry access. Earth Craft certification acknowledges the efficient design and execution of site planning, building envelope, building systems, lighting, appliances, resources, building materials, indoor air quality, water use and waste management, among many other factors. In addition, the Adamsville Green project included the installation of photo-voltaic cells on the rooftops to generate solar power for use in common area electric needs. Hearthside at Johns Creek Walk is a 90-unit mixed-income community for seniors aged 62 years and older, and is part of the Johns Creek Walk mixed-use development. As North Fulton’s first Town Center community, it is designed to evoke a historic small town with a walkable master plan that includes an oldfashioned Main Street with shops, restaurants and businesses. It is adjacent to the Johns Creek Greenway, a connected network of multi-use trails for walking, jogging and bicycling. Hearthside’s one and two-bedroom residences are built around a landscaped courtyard and feature an open living design with nine-foot ceilings, designer kitchens with pantries, entertainment/serving bars, granite countertops and Energy Star appliances. The gated community is exceptionally finished and offers a resident bistro, interior gathering areas, fitness center, media and game room, art studio, library, salon, computer center and sunroom. Outdoor amenities include a beautiful veranda with a relaxing fountain, fireplace, grilling station, community garden and bocce ball court. Columbia Senior Residences at Forest Hills is an 80-unit mixed-income community for seniors in Decatur, Georgia. The project was one of the first 9% RAD deals closed in the country and offers senior residents extensive unit amenities. Property features include a community room with piano, adjacent kitchen, fitness center, computer lab, library and theater, as well as outdoor seating areas with an arbor and raised garden beds. Project financing included $7.1 million in LIHTC equity. Rosslare Senior Apartments is a 48-unit affordable housing property for seniors in a garden-style building in Idaho Falls. The unit mix consists of 32 onebedroom/one-bath units and 16 two-bedroom/two-bath units. Amenities include a refrigerator, range, dishwasher, disposal, microwave, washer/dryer connections, interior and exterior storage, and a patio or balcony. Residents will also enjoy the community room with full kitchen, lounge with fireplace, library, craft area, computer station and fitness center. Gateway Centre Apartments is a newly constructed 119-unit affordable and market-rate senior housing community located in the Rogers Park Neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois. These apartments are part of a greater development that includes grocery shopping, banking, a 10-screen Cineplex Odeon and specialty shops within the complex. Construction of the project was completed in June 2003. Seniors have ample services at their disposal including health care, grocery and drug stores, churches, Meals-On-Wheels and senior day care centers. Additionally, the project is located next to the Chicago Transit Authority’s subway transportation center. Unit amenities include a refrigerator, electric range, air conditioning, emergency pull cords, carpeting and mini-blinds. Property amenities include entry lounge, community room, exercise room, doctor exam room, laundry facilities, elevators, off-street parking, outdoor canopied patio, leasing office and on-site maintenance. Canterbury House Apartments was constructed over two phases, with 50 units in phase one opening in 2008 and 58 units completed in 2012. The unit mix across both phases totals 26 one-bedroom/one-bath, 48 two-bedroom/two bath, and 34 three-bedroom/two-bath. Units feature a patio or balcony, ceiling fans, walk-in closets, range, refrigerator, dishwasher, disposal, and washer/dryer connections. Property amenities across both phases include a community building with full kitchen, computer room, fitness center, picnic area, playground, basketball court and swimming pool. In addition, the property has green-building features such as high-efficiency heat and lighting, low-flow water fixtures and Energy Star appliances. Riverwest Apartments is a newly constructed 153-unit affordable housing community located in Peoria, Illinois. Riverwest Apartments is part of the HOPE VI revitalization of the former Colonel John Warner Homes, a 487-unit public housing development, demolished to build a new mixed-income community comprised of rental units, homeownership, community center and infrastructure. There are 30 one bedroom units, 65 two bedroom units and 58 three bedroom units. Of these 153 tax credit units, 61 are designated as public housing units. Unit amenities include a range, refrigerator, garbage disposal, air conditioning, carpeting, ceiling fans and washer/dryer. Property amenities include a management office, classrooms, parks, common areas and classrooms. The homeownership component consists of 47 lease-to-purchase units owned by the Peoria Housing Authority. Timberline Terrace is a newly constructed 57-unit affordable housing property serving the senior population in Quincy. It offers residents 14 one-bedroom units and 43 two-bedroom units in a 2-story elevator-serviced residential building. Unit amenities include a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, disposal, and microwave, along with ceiling fans, window blinds and emergency call buttons. In addition, central geothermal heating, cooling, and water heating are included in the resident’s rent. Property amenities include an activity room, lounges, computer room, common laundry, beauty/wellness area, as well as secured access entry and a courtyard picnic area. Residences at Fountain Square is a 75-unit affordable housing property for seniors in Waukegan, approximately 40 miles north of Chicago. The six-story, elevator-serviced building contains 65 one-bedroom and 10 two-bedroom units. Unit amenities include a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, air conditioning, programmable thermostats and is hardwired for high-speed internet capability. The property also features a furnished reception area/lounge, library/business center, fitness facility, community room with full kitchen, and laundry rooms on each floor. In addition to providing seniors a non-slip tile flooring in kitchens and baths, units also feature grab bars in bathrooms and the building is wired for Life Alert pendants. Freedom’s Path is a 72-unit affordable housing development on the Hines VA Medical Campus just outside Chicago, and has a priority to serve homeless, at-risk, and disabled veterans. Project financing included over $15 million in LIHTC equity. Residents benefit from on-site supportive services and easy access to programs and facilities at the Hines VA Campus. Preston Pointe is a 76-unit affordable housing property for seniors in Indianapolis. The four-story elevator-serviced building contains 56 onebedroom/one-bath units and 20 two-bedroom/two-bath units. Unit amenities include a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, disposal, washer/dryer connections, ceiling fans, walk-in closets, energy-efficient heating and air conditioning, and a patio or balcony on a majority of the units. The property also features a community room with kitchenette, seating area with fireplace, library with computers and internet access, exercise room, common laundry facilities and on-site management. Outdoor amenities include a raised garden, along with an outdoor entertainment area with covered gazebo and grills. Lebanon Pointe is a 62-unit affordable housing property for families in Lebanon, northwest of Indianapolis. The property has nine single-story residential buildings and the cottage-style designs includes one, two and three-bedroom units. Amenities include a refrigerator, range, dishwasher, microwave oven, washer/dryer connections, ceiling fans, central air conditioning, walk-in closets, window blinds, cable/internet connection, front and rear patios, and storage space. The property’s large clubhouse contains a community room, kitchen, fitness area, computer room, movie-screening area, common laundry facility and leasing office. In addition to a three-season room, outdoor amenities include a picnic and barbeque area, gardens and gazebo. Meadow Vista Parkside for families and Meadow Vista Senior Villas are adjacent properties in Altoona, a growing suburb of Des Moines. Meadow Vista Parkside consists of 59 single-family detached homes, with a mix of 15 three-bedroom/two bath and 44 four-bedroom/two-bath homes, all with attached two-car garages. Each home includes a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, disposal, in-unit washer and dryer, ceiling fan, window blinds, central air conditioning, front porch and rear patio. Meadow Vista Senior Villas is comprised of fifty 2-bedroom/1.5-bath cottagestyle units and one clubhouse building. Unit features include a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, disposal, in-unit washer and dryer, ceiling fan, window blinds, central air conditioning and attached one-car garage. The clubhouse includes a community room with kitchen, along with a computer center. Residents enjoy outdoor amenities including a gazebo, picnic and barbeque area, and community garden plots. Hamburg Senior Residence is a 62-unit affordable housing property in Lexington, adjacent to a large mixed-use development offering residents numerous amenities within walking distance of the property. Hamburg Senior offers 24 one-bedroom and 38 two-bedroom units, each featuring a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, disposal, pantry, washer/dryer connections, ceiling fans, central air conditioning, window blinds and walk-in closets. Property amenities include a community room, computer center, fitness facility, laundry rooms on all three floors, a small theater, storage areas and secured intercom entry. Brookstone Senior Apartments is a 56-unit affordable housing property in Louisville which contains two-bedroom/two-bath units in a three-story elevatorserviced building. Units feature a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, microwave oven, washer/dryer connections, ceiling fans, window blinds, walk-in closets and central air-conditioning. Property amenities include a furnished community room, fitness facility, common laundry facility, and outdoor entertainment area with picnic tables and barbeque facilities. Vistas of Lake Charles is a newly constructed mixed-income community consisting of 43 LIHTC-restricted units and 29 market rate units for families. RBC provided over $5.7 million in LIHTC equity to the project and worked with the developer on a short construction timeline to ensure compliance with GO Zone tax credits. The property provides an important resource to the community with a 15% set aside of Permanent Supportive Housing units. Unit amenities include a full appliance package with in-unit washer and dryer, walk-in closet in master bedroom, ceiling fan and central air conditioning. Desirable common area amenities feature a clubhouse with community room, fitness facility, business center, swimming pool, playground, picnic area and gazebo. Hilltop is a 198-unit mixed-income property for families in Ellicott City, Maryland. This is the first of a two-phase redevelopment of the Hilltop and Ellicott Terrace public housing properties. This new construction contains 28 stacked townhouses, 56 manor house units and 114 garden-style units. The unit mix includes 41 one-bedroom, 112 two-bedroom, and 45 three-bedroom layouts and feature a full appliance package including dishwasher and microwave. The townhouse and manor-style units include in-unit washer and dryer, while the garden-style buildings have a common laundry facility. The property is located adjacent to a new community recreation center which features a pool, rock climbing wall, basketball court, indoor track, and meeting space for events and activities. Washington Beech is a multi-phase project that has replaced 266 severely distressed units at the Washington Beech public housing complex with 206 newly constructed affordable housing units. The project has transformed this area of the Roslindale neighborhood in Boston with a variety of structures including a low-rise elevator building, garden style apartments, duplexes over flats, and townhouses. A central green space with play facilities and park benches complements the reduced density site design. Washington Beech Phase One has been officially designated Gold under the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) criteria through the US Green Building Council, the first such affordable housing development in Massachusetts to receive this designation. Maverick Landing, Phase 1 consists of 116 new units of affordable housing for families earning less than 60% of the area median income (“AMI”) within one midrise and five low-rise townhouses. An additional 34 units were built for market-rate tenants. The project has 65 one bedroom, 58 two bedroom, 21 three bedroom and 6 four bedroom units. Amenities include a community center, meeting rooms, playground and covered parking. Each unit includes amenities equal to or better than those found at comparable properties, including a dish washer, garbage disposal, frost-free refrigerator, washer/dryer hook-ups in some apartments, mini-blinds and storage space. Completion of the second phase in 2006 earned the developers the “Best Overall Project” award from Affordable Housing Finance Magazine. Bristol Commons is an 88-unit mixed income community with townhouse-style units for families in Taunton, Massachusetts. Residents enjoy a central park area, gardens, playground, basketball court and community center with a computer workshop and Head Start program. Project financing included $29.7 million in LIHTC equity. Bristol Commons is the first of two phases of the Fairfax Gardens HOPE VI redevelopment which replaces the 150 barracks-style units that were well beyond their useful life.66 Hudson contains 95 units of affordable housing for families that are part of the greater One Greenway development which also includes 217 market-rate rental units and 51 affordable home ownership condominiums. Project financing included over $21 million in LIHTC equity. One Greenway has contributed greatly to the renewal of Hudson Street and Boston’s Chinatown neighborhood. Baker Lofts involves the adaptive reuse of the 100 year-old Baker and Century Furniture Factory, and is the first catalyst to the Urban Market redevelopment in Grand Rapids. This two-phase project resulted in 87 affordable homes with a unit mix of 24 one-bedroom/one-bath and 63 two-bedroom/one-bath. Units have high ceilings and large windows in typical loft design, and include window coverings, refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, disposal, microwave, washer/dryer connections and storage space. Property amenities include onsite management, community room, computer center, central laundry facility, playground and picnic area. Cottage 36 Apartments and 630 Lofts are two affordable housing components that were developed as part of the greater redevelopment known as The Villages at Grand Traverse Commons, an historic rehabilitation/adaptive reuse of the Thomas Story Kirkbride Mental Health Facility which closed in 1989. The campus is also home to over 60 marketrate residential condominiums and commercial space housing over 70 businesses. Cottage 36 Apartments involved the redevelopment of Building 36 into 29 units consisting of a mix of 16 one-bedroom, 11 two-bedroom and 2 three-bedroom layouts. The loft-style apartments incorporate many of the historical characteristics of the building and include a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, disposal, microwave, window blinds and central air conditioning. Property amenities include a clubhouse with community room, central laundry and picnic area. The 630 Lofts involved the redevelopment of Building 630 which is adjacent to the Village Center and contains 39 units. The mix of 3 studios, 20 one-bedroom and 16 two-bedroom layouts will have the same amenities as Cottage 36. The redevelopment will incorporate features such as exposed-brick walls and many units have appealing views of the surrounding park area, along with access to walking and biking trails in the parkland. The Buzza Lofts project involved the historic rehabilitation of a building in the Uptown area of Minneapolis. Since the early 20th century, this building’s history has included self-threading needle, greeting card and periscope assembly firms, a military recruiting center and a public school/adult educational facility. Its latest transformation as Buzza Lofts adds 136 units of LEED certified workforce housing to this vibrant urban neighborhood. The unit mix includes one studio unit, 100 one-bedroom and 35 two-bedroom units, each featuring a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, disposal, microwave, washer/dryer, walk-in closets and central air conditioning. Property amenities include a community room, fitness facility and outdoor patio with grills. Cade Chapel Senior Apartments is an 81-unit development adjacent to Cade Chapel in Jackson. The three-story, elevator-serviced building contains 72 one-bedroom and 9 two-bedroom units. Unit amenities include a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, disposal, microwave, washer and dryer, walk-in closet, window blinds, ceiling fan and central air conditioning. The property provides additional security measures for senior residents, including controlled access entry, video surveillance, call buttons and on-site management. The property also features a community room, library, billiards area, media room, computer center, fitness facility, an additional common laundry room, as well as outdoor gazebo and picnic area. Beacon Park Townhomes is a 45-unit mixed-income development for families in Kansas City. The unit mix includes 24 two-bedroom/one-bath and 21 three-bedroom/two-bath layouts in nine residential buildings. Unit amenities include a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, disposal, microwave, washer/dryer connections, window blinds and central air conditioning. Beacon Park also has a clubhouse with community room and computer center, along with an outdoor playground. The project is part of a greater redevelopment of the Beacon Hill neighborhood that includes home ownership opportunities, other rental properties, and extensive green-scaping and parkway development. Smith/Williams Senior Apartments is an 80-unit affordable housing community for seniors 55 in Henderson. It offers 16 one-bedroom/one-bath and 64 two-bedroom/two-bath units in 3 three-story, elevator-serviced residential buildings. Unit amenities include a refrigerator, stove, microwave, disposal, washer/dryer connections, window blinds, ceiling fans, walk-in closets, patio/balcony and central air conditioning. The property offers residents a community room, computer center, fitness facility, common laundry and on-site management, along with outdoor features in a swimming pool, hot tub and picnic area. Mennino Place Apartments is a 45-unit development in downtown Concord that offers a mix of one- and two-bedroom units with refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, window blinds and walk-in closets. Mennino Place is targeted to the artist community through CATCH’s tenant selection policy for 50% of the units. The Concord Area Trust for Community Housing (CATCH) is located nearby and provides housing and education services in Merrimack County. Branch Village Phase II is part of the redevelopment of the Branch Village public housing development and supplies additional housing units on property owned by the Housing Authority of the City of Camden. The 58-unit property is comprised of two-story twin townhouses and flats. The unit mix includes 10 one-bedroom, 26 two-bedroom, 20 three-bedroom and 2 fourbedroom designs. Kitchens are outfitted with a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher and disposal, in addition to an in-unit washer and dryer. Units also feature central air conditioning, tile flooring in the bathrooms, a patio and an outside storage area. The property amenities include a community room, business center and children’s playground. The Heritage at Alexander Hamilton is a 50-unit affordable housing development for families in Paterson, New Jersey. The townhouse-style units comprise phase two of a four-phase redevelopment of a 1953-era public housing project. In addition to housing, the completed phase three project included a community building with leasing offices, computer lab, community room with kitchen, and full-size gym. Project financing included $10 million in LIHTC equity. The Heritage at Alexander Hamilton also received a 2016 Smart Growth Award from the New Jersey Future organization which recognizes innovative and sustainable development. In 2013, the Affordable Housing Tax Credit Coalition presented the 19th Annual Charles L. Edson Tax Credit Excellence Award for Special Needs Housing to Luna Lodge. This circa-1950 motel on historic Route 66 has been transformed into a LEED Platinum certified 30-unit affordable housing community. Each apartment is designed with an open floor plan with a natural cross breeze and passive solar gain. Units have generous kitchens and storage areas, pantries and linen closets. Both new and renovated units have Energy Star rated appliances including a refrigerator and stove with a range hood venting to the outside. Property amenities include laundry facilities, a shuffleboard court and a playground that is nestled in the “U” shape of the new construction portion. Luna Lodge also has a community room with space available to be used by residents, as well as local nonprofits for a variety of events. Sundowner Apartments is a 71-unit affordable housing development on historic Route 66 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Project financing included $5.4 million in LIHTC equity for the substantial rehabilitation of three buildings into a mix of studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units, along with other community space. Originally the Sundowner Motel was an auto-oriented motor court with 110 motel rooms and a popular nightclub that many people remember as an Albuquerque landmark. In the 1970’s, the Sundowner was home to visionaries Bill Gates and Paul Allen during the beginning of Microsoft. After declining viability as a hotel, it closed permanently in 2009 after use by the Veterans Integration Center for transitional housing before the current adaptive reuse project began. The Eltona at Melrose Commons is a newly constructed multi-family apartment community and the first LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Platinum certified multifamily building in New York State. The Eltona provides 62 Low Income Housing Tax Credit units for families whose incomes are below 60 percent of the area median income, plus one superintendent unit. The smoke-free building is comprised of 13 one bedroom, 39 two bedroom and 10 three bedroom units. Project amenities include resident storage and laundry rooms on each floor, a community room, landscaped courtyard, community garden and 17 secured parking spaces. The Eltona incorporates sustainable green building materials and energy efficient features such as 10 roof-mounted wind turbines that will provide electricity to all common areas and high efficiency natural gas condensing boilers to provide hydronic multi-zoned heat. The project has eco-friendly components such as low-flow water fixtures and dual-flush toilets; low VOC paint, sealants and adhesives; low VOC wall coverings from recycled materials; and low VOC carpet and tiles. It meets NYSERDA’s requirements for Energy Star multifamily buildings and includes Energy Star lighting fixtures, Energy Star appliances inside apartments and public laundry rooms, sensor light switches in all communal areas, and energy efficient windows. At the end of the 15 year LIHTC compliance period, it is the developer’s intention to offer a buyout plan to the residents through a low-income cooperative. CDS Monarch Senior Living is a 50-unit affordable housing development serving seniors, veterans and the disabled over 55 years old in Webster, New York. Project financing included $7.3 million in LIHTC equity. One block away, Community Development Services (CDS) offers residents access to a heated swimming pool, physical therapy, art and music classes, and other supportive services at its Wolf Life Transitions Center. Arbor House is a 124-unit affordable housing development for families in The Bronx, New York, featuring community spaces and a fitness facility, bicycle storage and extensive outdoor green space in a vibrant urban neighborhood. Project financing included $12.7 million in LIHTC equity. The LEED Platinum certified property also features a rooftop urban farm that provides fresh hydroponically grown produce to the local community. Cherry Gardens was the first LEED Gold certified affordable housing development in North Carolina. The 42-unit senior apartment building offers residents a full appliance package, washer/dryer connections, walk-in closets, emergency pull cords and extra storage. The property also features amenities which include a community room with library and computer center, along with access to an outdoor balcony, a central laundry facility, onsite bus stop, and gazebo with outdoor seating areas. A social service coordinator assists residents in accessing meal programs, nutritional counseling, health screenings, wellness education and exercise programs. Montgomery Gardens Apartments is a 76-unit, new construction, 100% affordable community located in Charlotte, North Carolina. The property contains six residential buildings, with 36 two bedroom/one bath units, 20 two bedroom/two bath units and 20 three bedroom/two bath units. The property provides housing for 20 HOPE VI replacement units, 11 units targeted to families with incomes at or below the 40% AMI level, 15 units targeted to families with incomes at or below the 50% AMI level and 30 units targeted to families with incomes at or below the 60% AMI level. Project amenities consist of a community center, computer center, library, laundry room, playground, resident garden area, car care center and walking trails. Unit amenities consist of patios/balconies, ceiling fans, washer/dryer hook-ups, dishwasher, garbage disposal, microwave, storage space and security systems. The community opened in 2006 and was developed jointly by Charlotte-based Crosland, Inc and The Charlotte Housing Authority. Lanier Pointe is an affordable housing community for families in Shelby which was developed in two phases with grand openings in 20. Lanier Pointe – Phase I consists of 48-units with a mix of 24 two-bedroom units and 24 three-bedroom units. Unit amenities include a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, pantry, washer/dryer connections, ceiling fan, central air conditioning, exterior storage closet, and a patio or balcony. The property offers residents use of the clubhouse with community room, computer station, laundry room and exercise facility. Outdoor features include a playground, gazebo and picnic shelter with grilling station. Lanier Pointe – Phase II consists of 40-units with a mix of 32 two-bedroom units and 8 three-bedroom units. Unit amenities are the same as Phase I with the addition of walk-in closets. Property features here also include a clubhouse with community room, computer station, laundry room and exercise facility. The outdoor areas also include a playground, gazebo, picnic shelter with grilling station, and several outdoor seating areas. The Enclave is a 68-unit affordable housing community for families in Winston Salem. It offers 42 two-bedroom and 26 three-bedroom units across 17 two-story buildings. These spacious units include an attached garage, patio or balcony, ceiling fans, central air conditioning, window blinds, refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, disposal and washer/dryer connections. The community building features a kitchen, computer room, fitness facility, laundry room and multi-purpose meeting space. The outdoor recreation space also includes a covered picnic area with grill and a playground. Park Meadows Senior Apartments is a 28-unit affordable housing community for seniors 55 in Ontario in north-central Ohio. It offers 28 two-bedroom/one-bath units in a three-story, elevator-serviced residential building. Unit amenities include a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, disposal, washer/dryer connections, patio/balcony and air conditioning. The property offers residents a community room, common laundry and picnic area. West Park Apartments is a 128-unit mixed-income development (58 LIHTC-restricted units and 70 market-rate units) contained within 20 multi-family residential buildings. The development is part of a revitalization master plan funded by the Kaiser Family Foundation in partnership with the City of Tulsa that includes improvements to the neighborhood park and elementary school, as well as upgrades to public infrastructure. West Park Apartments contains a unit mix of 60 one-bedroom, 58 two-bedroom, and 10 three-bedroom layouts. Unit amenities include a refrigerator, range, dishwasher, in-unit washer and dryer, window blinds, central air conditioning and patio or balcony. The property also features a community room, fitness center, playground, water feature and extensive green space. Acadia Gardens is a newly constructed four-story apartment building with 41 affordable housing units for families. RBC provided over $7 million in LIHTC equity to the project in the Happy Valley community in greater Portland. As a Silver Earth Advantage certified property, Acadia Gardens includes many green building elements and energy efficient features. This transitoriented development is within walking distance to the Tri-Met Rail System providing light rail and other transit options. Close proximity to the Town Center regional mall offers numerous retail venues and employment opportunities for residents. Schoolhouse Hill Apartments is a 20-unit affordable housing development for seniors in northeastern Pennsylvania. The 18 one-bedroom and 2 two-bedroom units are all single-story garden style residences. The property contains both onestory and two-story buildings, with the two-story structure configured such that the first floor is entered from the front of the building and the second floor from the rear of the building as a result of the sloped landscape. Unit amenities include a refrigerator, range, washer and dryer, window blinds, central air conditioning, and emergency call buttons. The property also features a clubhouse with gathering porch, community room and kitchenette, along with onsite management and supportive services for seniors. Penn Ridge Apartments is a 49-unit affordable housing development for families in the Crum Lynne neighborhood of Ridley Township, just outside of Philadelphia. The property contains 4 one-bedroom, 32 two-bedroom, and 13 three-bedroom units in both two-story townhouses and one-story flats. Each unit has a private entrance and includes a refrigerator, range, dishwasher, in-unit washer and dryer, window blinds, ceiling fans, central air conditioning, patio and outdoor storage. Property amenities also include a clubhouse with community room and kitchenette, conference room, and social service office. Mission Green is a 61-unit affordable housing development for seniors on the 69-acre campus of the Medical Mission Sisters in a community just north of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The fully accessible units offer residents a complete appliance package, along with community spaces and scenic wooded views. Project financing included $14.2 million in LIHTC equity. Meadow Brook Acres is a 48-unit affordable housing development for families in Aiken. It offers 12 two-bedroom and 36 three-bedroom units in 6 two-story walkup residential buildings. Unit amenities include a refrigerator with icemaker, range with hood, dishwasher, microwave, washer/dryer connections, ceiling fans, window blinds, central air conditioning, patio/balcony and exterior storage space. The project features a clubhouse with community room and kitchen, computer center, fitness facility and common laundry. Outdoor amenities include a playground and covered picnic shelter. Crabtree Commons is a 48-unit affordable housing development for families in Conway. It offers 24 two-bedroom/two-bath and 24 three-bedroom/two-bath units across 6 two-story buildings. Unit amenities include a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, microwave, washer/dryer connections, patio/balcony, window blinds, ceiling fans and air conditioning. The project features on-site leasing management, community room, computer lab, exercise facility, central laundry, and a tot lot/playground and gazebo. Sterling Greene is a 48-unit affordable housing development for families in Fayetteville. It offers 8 two-bedroom, 24 three-bedroom, and 16 four-bedroom units in a mix of townhouse and quad-plex styles across 12 one- and two-story buildings. Unit amenities include a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, disposal, washer/dryer connections, ceiling fans, window blinds and central air conditioning. The property features a clubhouse with community room and kitchen, computer center and common laundry, along with an outdoor patio and playground. Gallatin Park Apartments is a newly constructed 48-unit affordable housing property serving families in Sumner County. The development offers both twobedroom/two-bath and three-bedroom/two bath units in three-story garden-style buildings. Unit amenities include a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, disposal, pantry, walkin closets, washer/dryer connections, ceiling fans, window blinds, central air conditioning and a patio or balcony. Three of the units will be accessible for persons with disabilities and targeted to this special needs population. Property amenities will include common laundry areas, a playground, outdoor seating areas, and a clubhouse with a computer room and fitness center. Ridgemont Park is a newly constructed 120-unit affordable housing property serving families in Rutherford County. It offers residents 24 one-bedroom, 52 twobedroom, and 44 three-bedroom units in 6 two- and three-story walk-up buildings. Units feature a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, and disposal, along with window blinds, ceiling fans, central air conditioning, and washer and dryer connections. In addition, property amenities include on-site management, swimming pool, playground, picnic area, clubhouse, computer center and common laundry facility. The Park at Leigh Springs is a 100-unit affordable housing development for families in Smyrna, southeast of Nashville. The property consists of 8 three-story walk-up buildings containing 12 one-bedroom/one-bath, 12 two-bedroom/ one-bath, 68 two-bedroom/two-bath and 8 three-bedroom/two-bath units. Unit amenities include a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, disposal, in-unit washer and dryer, patio/balcony, window blinds, ceiling fans and air conditioning. The community building features a meeting room and kitchen, and outdoor amenities include a swimming pool, gazebo, playground and picnic area. Heritage Landing – Phases I & II are part of the four-phase redevelopment of the Cleaborn Homes barracks-style public housing project constructed in 1954 in Memphis, Tennessee. Plans include a total of 400 units of mixedincome housing, along with a new clubhouse, recreational facilities, parks and greenways to connect the community. Phase I (pictured) is a four-story building containing 84 units of affordable housing for seniors. The building has its own community room, fitness facility, computer center, laundry room and salon. Project financing included $4.6 million in LIHTC equity. Phase II includes 35 new townhouse buildings with 86 affordable units and 20 market-rate units in a mixed-income development for families. In addition to a full appliance package with an in-unit washer and dryer, the project’s scope includes the community building with management offices, computer center, fitness facility, playground, and space for social services, health, educational, and recreational programs for residents. Wildflower Terrace is a 201-unit mixed-income senior community that opened in mid-2012 and quickly leased up all units. It is part of the 700-acre master redevelopment of the former Austin Mueller Airport which includes 5,000 planned residential homes and rental properties, commercial and industrial space, and parks and recreational amenities. The financing for Wildflower Terrace included over $14 million in LIHTC equity. Property amenities include a fitness center, business/computer center, laundry facilities, community room, arts & crafts area, billiards room and movie theatre. Mariposa at Reed Road is a 180-unit apartment community for seniors, with 172 LIHTC-restricted units and eight market-rate units. The development consists of one three-story, elevator serviced residential building which includes a clubhouse, plus 23 one-story, four-plex buildings. The community clubhouse includes an activity room with dance floor, movie theatre, coffee bar, game/hobby room, business/computer center, hair salon, common laundry facility and a wheelchair accessible swimming pool. Project financing included nearly $12 million in LIHTC equity as part of the $27 million development cost. Woodlawn Ranch is a 252-unit mixed-income development for families that contains a mix of one-, two-, and three-bedroom units across eleven garden-style residential buildings. Units feature extensive amenities including microwave, pantry, washer/dryer connections, ceiling fans and walk-in closets. The property offers residents a clubhouse, business center, swimming pool, playground, sports court, gazebo, picnic and barbeque areas, exterior fencing and gated access. Financing included over $16 million in LIHTC equity toward a total development cost of $30 million. Cedars Edge is a 30-unit mixed-income housing development for families located in Essex, Vermont. The three-story building contains a mix of one- and two-bedroom units. Amenities include a refrigerator, stove, washer/dryer connections, window blinds, ceiling fans and walk-in closets. The property also offers residents common laundry facilities, a community room and underground parking space. The underground space includes areas for bicycle and stroller storage, along with additional exterior bike racks. The Station at Potomac Yards is a unique transformation of the City of Alexandria’s former rail yard into a new urban center in this fast growing area. The mixed-use, mixed-income project contains a variety of components, including civic (fire station), residential, and retail. The 64 residential units are built in four stories above a brand new four-bay fire station along with 1,500 square feet of retail space and an underground parking garage. The fire station is sound proofed and city regulations require that sirens are not sounded until vehicles are one mile away from the station. The residential component was designed to meet Earth Craft certification guidelines and includes energy efficient appliances and windows, ceiling fans and low-flow water fixtures. Its affordable housing consists of 44 LIHTC units targeting tenants at 60% or less of the area median income (AMI) with a mix of 8 one bedroom, 33 two bedroom, and 3 three bedroom units. The workforce housing component was established by the Alexandria Housing Development Corporation to further their goal of providing affordable housing to workers in the city. These 20 units target tenants at 80% or less of the AMI and the mix is 4 one bedroom, 15 two bedroom, and 1 three bedroom unit. The building has a central lobby and elevator and residents have access to a community room with a business center, a rooftop terrace and some units have private balconies. The Station at Potomac Yards is on a dedicated bus line which provides additional access to two Metro stations. The project is also adjacent to the larger redevelopment of the Potomac Yard section with retail, grocer, hotel, office space and market rate townhomes and condominiums. The Shelton is a newly constructed four-story apartment community in Nauck, a convenient neighborhood near Shirlington. The building includes 94 affordable housing units targeted to residents earning 40% to 60% of the area median income. Four are fully accessible ADA units in the mix of 3 efficiencies, 29 one bedroom, 47 two bedroom, and 15 three bedroom units. Each unit is furnished with a refrigerator, stove, disposal and dishwasher. Building amenities include a community room, central laundry facilities, and a landscaped courtyard with play area for children. Underground parking is available for a modest monthly fee and there is a small commercial/retail area on the first floor. Area amenities include close proximity to shopping and access to bus service for public transportation. Green River Homes is a 59-unit affordable housing development for families in Auburn, Washington, which was originally built in 1952. The duplex gardenstyle units underwent a substantial rehabilitation in 2012 led by the King County Housing Authority. Project financing included $4.9 million of LIHTC equity. Both the interior of the units and the exterior of the buildings had extensive work completed to modernize and preserve this affordable housing for families for years to come. Caroline W Apartments is a 45-unit affordable housing development in Seattle, Washington, serving the formerly homeless and/or those who suffer from chronic mental health issues. Project financing included $6 million in LIHTC equity. Caroline W is located near the Capitol Hill light rail station which provides needed transit options for residents. Veterans Manor is a high-profile affordable housing resource targeted to the veteran community in Milwaukee. Open since 2011, the four-story building contains 52 onebedroom units, a computer lab, exercise room, library and media room, common laundry and community space. The building’s ground floor contains service and commercial space, which includes use by the Center for Veteran’s Issues in providing supportive services to the residents and community. In addition, CVI and the Milwaukee Center for Independence operate a small commercial kitchen and café on premise. The Milwaukee Center for Independence is a local non-profit service provider that operates food service and preparation job training programs for persons with disabilities, among other ventures. Santamerica is a 195-unit single-family home development located in the Coto Laurel Ward in Ponce, Puerto Rico. Each home contains a refrigerator, stove, washer/dryer connections and a patio. The property also features a community building which contains a common laundry facility, community room and offices for management and support services. The grounds offer residents a walking trail, gazebo, children’s playground and basketball court. Greenfield is a 45-unit mixed-income community for families in Stamford, Connecticut. It opened in 2015 and offers 27 LIHTC and 18 market-rate units in townhouse and duplex style buildings. The two- and three-bedroom units offer a full appliance package that includes a washer and dryer. Greenfield is the third phase of the comprehensive redevelopment of the Vidal Court property and the project financing included $10.7 million in LIHTC equity.


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