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Greenline North – 4% Tax Credit Structure
The SAHT PFC and Finance Corporation partnered with Franklin Development to construct 292 rental units at 7402 S. New Braunfels, San Antonio Texas 78223 in Council District 3. This apartment community has 34 units reserved for those at 30% AMI, 9 units reserved for those at 40% AMI, 9 units reserved for those at 50% AMI, 182 units reserved for those at 60% AMI, 40 units reserved for those at 70% AMI, 18 units reserved for those at 80% AMI. This project cost approximately $52 million at the time of development. The project closed financing in August 2020 and anticipates fully opening by August 2022.

South Flores Lofts – Private Equity Structure
The SAHT PFC partnered with Athena Domain to construct 292 rental units at 205 E. Cevallos St, San Antonio, TX 78205 in Council District 5. This apartment community has 30 units reserved for those at 60% AMI, 118 units reserved for those at 80% AMI, and 144 at market rents. This project cost approximately $58.4 million at the time of development. The project closed financing in September 2020 and anticipates fully opening in 2022.

Northview – 4% Tax Credit Structure
The SAHT PFC and Finance Corporation partnered with the Pedcor Development to construct 156 rental units at 23132 US 281 San Antonio Texas 78258 in Council District 9. This apartment community has 16 units reserved for those at 30% AMI, 92 units reserved for those at 50% AMI, 48 units reserved for those at 60% AMI. This project cost approximately $36.2 million at the time of development. The project closed financing October 2020 and anticipates fully opening in 2022.

Canyon Pass – 4% Tax Credit Structure
The SAHT PFC and Finance Corporation partnered with the Pedcor Development to construct 264 rental units at 25601 Overlook Parkway, San Antonio, TX 78260 in Council District 9. This apartment community has all 264 units reserved for those at 60% AMI. This project cost approximately $52 million at the time of development. The project closed financing December 2020 and anticipates fully opening in 2022.

Villas at Echo East – 4% Tax Credit Structure
The SAHT PFC and Finance Corporation partnered with the Atlantic Pacific and the George Gervin Youth Center to construct 192 rental units at 301 Spriggsdale, San Antonio, TX 78220 in Council District 2. This apartment community has all 192 units reserved for those at 60% AMI. This project cost approximately $30.6 million at the time of development. The project closed financing in April 2021 and anticipates fully opening in 2023.

Preserve at Billy Mitchell – PFC/Historic Tax Credit Structure
The SAHT PFC partnered with the Integrated Realty Group to acquire and rehabilitate 384 rental units at 402 Gillmore Ave. San Antonio Texas, TX 78226 in Council District 5. This apartment community has 19 units reserved for those at 30% AMI, 58 units reserved for those at 50% AMI, 307 units reserved for those at 70% AMI. This project cost approximately $55.8 million at the time of development. The project closed financing in May 2021 and anticipates completing rehabilitation in 2023.

Southton – Private Equity Structure
The SAHT PFC is partnering with 3LB Equities to construct 239 rental units on 13.8 acres along Southton Rd near IH-37 in Council District 3. This HUD 221(d)(4) apartment community will have 24 units reserved for those at 30% AMI, 24 units reserved for those at 60% AMI, 72 units reserved for those at 80% AMI and 119 at market rents. 30% AMI units are dependent on a $3M TDHCA MF Loan.

Friedrich Lofts – Private Equity Structure
The SAHT PFC partnered with PRA Realty Group to convert approximately 4 acres of blighted industrial vacant buildings into 358 units of rental housing at 1617 E. Commerce in Council District 2.  This apartment community has 24 units reserved for those at 60% AMI, 155 units reserved for those at 80% AMI, and 179 units at market rents. This project cost approximately $60 million at the time of development. The project will close equity financing in August 2022 and commence demolition.

Caroline at Rogers Ranch (Ridgeline) – Private Equity Structure
The SAHT PFC partnered with the Morgan Group to construct 350 rental units on 12.9 acres at Loop 1604 and Happy Rounds in Council District 9. This apartment community has 36 units reserved for those at 60% AMI, 140 units reserved for those at 80% AMI, and 174 units at market rents. This project cost approximately $60 million at the time of development. The project will close financing in Fall 2021.

Caroline at Longhorn Quarry – Private Equity Structure
The SAHT PFC partnered with the Morgan Group to construct 355 rental units on 14 acres at the Longhorn Quarry in Council District 10. This apartment community has 36 units reserved for those at 60% AMI, 142 units reserved for those at 80% AMI, and 177 units at market rents. This project cost approximately $57 million at the time of development. The project will close financing in August 2021.

Arbors at West Avenue – 4% LIHTC
Prospera, a local non-profit, is re-constructing and rehabilitate 234 affordable rental units at 3747 West Avenue in Council District 1. This project will combine two prior adjacent apartment communities into a single project consisting of  43 PBV units, 98 units reserved for those at 50% AMI, 60 units reserved for those at 60% AMI, and 33 units reserved for those at 80% AMI.  This 4% tax credit structured project closed financing on February 10, 2022.  The PFC is a partner in the tax credit partnership and our Finance Corporation issued $25 million in Tax Exempt Private Activity Bonds.

Crosswinds – 4% LIHTC
Pedcor Development and Associates is constructing 312 affordable rental units on 21 acres at 1604 and Bulverde/O’Conner in Council District 10.  This project will consist of 16 units reserved for those at 30% AMI, 39 units reserved for those at 50% AMI, 257 units reserved for those at 60% AMI. This 4% tax credit structured project closed financing on January 28, 2022.  The PFC is a partner in the tax credit partnership and our Finance Corporation issued $45 million in Tax Exempt Private Activity Bonds.

Loma Vista – 4% LIHTC
Cohen Esry is seeking is constructing 212 affordable rental units on 21 acres at 363 N. General McMullen Drive in Council District 5. All units in this project will reserved for those at 60% AMI.  However, the PFC is funding a Rental Assistance Fund with PFC revenues earned from this development to designed to enable up to 15% of units to be leased to Very Low-Income Tenants at or below 50% of the AMI and Extremely Low-Income at or below 30% of the AMI.  This 4% tax credit structured project closed financing on January 28, 2022.  The PFC is a partner in the tax credit partnership and our Finance Corporation issued $20 million in Tax Exempt Private Activity Bonds.

Lofts at Creekview – PFC TEB
The SAHT PFC closed financing on 301 units on 21 acres located at 3623 East Commerce St. in Council District 2. Cohen Esry shall develop the property however, SAHT shall have full ownership of the project with capital provide by the sale of Tax-Exempt Bonds to cover 100% of the $60 million project. Lofts at Creekview shall have an affordable mix of 50%, 60%, 80% AMI units as well as market rate units at initial operation. SAHT will utilize equity built into the project over time to reduce the number of market rent units to rent restricted units after the initial refinance period.

Country Club Village
The San Antonio Housing Trust PFC issued $35 million in Tax Exempt Private Activity Bonds in support of the Prospera Housing Community Services, a local affordable housing non‐profit, and Versa Development, LLC, partnership to develop the $68.6 million, 4% Low Income Housing Tax Credit project. Country Club Village is an existing 82‐unit age restricted project for older adults over the age of 62 which will be rehabilitated, and an additional 187 units will be newly constructed on an adjacent 7+ acres. The new units shall be rented to individuals meeting the age restrictions and whose incomes are at or below 60% of median family income. The 82 rehabilitated units will continue with a direct HUD Section 8 Project Based Voucher (PBV) Contract.

Pipeline PFC and Finance Corporation Projects

Cattlemen’s Square – 4% LIHTC
Alamo Community Group, a local non-profit, is seeking to build 138 affordable rental units at 811 W. Houston St. in Council District 5. This project has been induced by the PFC Board and Finance Corporation Board and is awaiting a reservation of private activity bonds from the State of Texas Bond Review Board.

Valor Club – 4% LIHTC
Century Pacific is seeking to build 324 affordable units on 20 acres of land south of E. Southcross at Pecan Grove in Council District 3. Rents are income averaged from 40% – 70% AMI. This project has been induced by the PFC and Finance Corporation Board and is currently awaiting a reservation of private activity bonds from the State of Texas Bond Review Board.

Patriots Point – 4% LIHTC
Operation Finally Home, a non-profit and Liberty Multifamily is seeking to construct 320 affordable rental units on10.6 acres of vacant land along S. Zarzamora south of Loop 410 in Council District 3. This project has been induced by the Finance Corporation Board and is awaiting a reservation of private activity bonds from the State of Texas Bond Review Board.

Viento Apartments – 4% LIHTC
The SAHT PFC is partnering with the NRP Group to develop the Viento Apartments, a proposed 324‐unit, 4% LIHTC apartment community located on 15 acres of vacant land at 10348 S. Zarzamora St in Council District 4. All units will be rent, and income restricted to families at varying incomes between 30% and 70% AMI and will provide for 1-to-4-bedroom units. 49 Units will serve families at or below 30% of Area Median Income; 161 units will serve families at or below 60% of Area Median Income; and 114 units will serve families at or below 70% of Area Median Income. Project is currently assembling financing for a December 2022 closing.

Esperanza Community Land Trust

The Esperanza Peace and Justice Center shall create the Esperanza Community Land Trust, designed to permanently preserve existing low‐income housing in San Antonio’s Historic Westside. The Trust will acquire and renovate older westside homes and rent/resell them to persons at or below 30% AMI. The Trust will create a Demolition Emergency Fund to work with households whose homes are at risk for demolition. In first year, the Esperanza Trust will renovate three newly acquired homes and prevent demolition of 8‐10 existing homes, preventing displacement of 11‐13 families at an average cost per unit of $23,077.

Roseville Apartments Rehabilitation

The Roseville Housing Trust was awarded $900,000 to support the Hidden Jewel Housing Project, a $1.94 million ADA-compliant rehabilitation of an 88 unit, extremely low income, elderly property located at 4139 E. Houston. The project will include new doors/levers, new windows, LED lighting, ADA Bathroom renovations, ADA Kitchen renovations, breaker panels, cabinetry, tile flooring, and painting. 94% of residents have income below $10,000 per year. Average cost per unit is $22,028.

Habitat for Humanity Rancho Carlota Subdivision

Habitat was awarded $200k to support the $2.89 million Rancho Carlota Subdivision, located at 13801 Watson Rd, which will eventually build out approximately 250 new three–four‐bedroom single‐family homes. The SAHT Trust will provide the gap funds necessary to compensate for increased construction-related costs for 20 newly constructed units at <60% AMI during Phase I of the project which totals 67 units. Homes are sold to income-qualified families for $95,000 with 0% mortgages for up to 25 years. Average cost per unit is $20,000.

Our Casas Resident Council

Our Casas was awarded $240k as construction financing to support the infill vacant lot development of five single-family homes located on Vera Cruz, Santiago, and Chihuahua on the eastern side of Apache Creek located near the west side. The single‐family homes, when completed, will be sold to households at or below 80% of AMI. The land is currently owned by Our Casas. Assistance is being provided in the form of a 0% construction loan repayable in 12 months or at time of sale.

Housing First Community Coalition - Town Twin Village

HFCC was awarded $829k to support Phase I construction of the Towne Twin Village, an $11.8 million permanent supportive housing development assisting seniors over the age of 50 who are experiencing chronic homelessness. The development is located on 17 acres at 4711 Dietrich Rd. on the east side. Phase I includes 42 tiny homes, 25 RV Trailers, multi‐purpose complex, hospitality pavilion, and centralized laundromat. SAHT funds will be used to construct an estimated 20 tiny homes at an estimated average cost per unit of $41,450.

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