Money360 provided a rate and term refinance loan on a newly constructed 288-unit multifamily complex located in Hattiesburg, MS. The loan paid off...
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- 2,001 Upgraded Housing Units
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Money360 provided a $10.2 million Phase I interest-only loan to reimburse invested capital to the borrower. The loan was supported by a tax credit...
Money360 provided an interest-only loan to retire the existing debt, address immediate property repairs as well as provide additional funds to...
Money360 provided a new loan to retire the existing construction loan which was structured with interest-only payments at a fixed low rate to allow...
Money360 provided a new loan replacing the existing construction loan and provided $3.5 million for tenant improvements and other renovation...
Money360 provided an interest-only loan for the acquisition along with additional funds to address minor capital improvement items. With the...
We understood the borrower’s business plan and created a flexible loan structure that provided acquisition capital and capital expenditure funds...
Money360 provided an interest-only loan to retire the existing debt as well as address immediate property repairs. The loan was structured with a...
Money360 provided an interest-only loan to acquire the property and provide capital for additional construction and the substantial leasing costs...
Money360 provided a bridge loan for a maturing loan on a 2-story, 66,868 square foot multi-tenant office building with enough initial funding to...
Money360 provided an interest-only loan to retire the existing debt and provide and additional $15.2 million in additional capital for construction...
M360 Community Development Fund, an affiliate of Money360 Inc., has a team of seasoned professionals with deep experience in all forms of commercial real estate lending, investment management and technology development. Our vision and mission is to apply our passion and skills to promote economic development in underserved communities throughout the United States. We seek to add value where we can and seek active participation from those who share our vision. We want to use our expertise to improve communities that traditional lenders and investment managers have historically avoided.
Multifamily PropertyLoan Amount: $28 Million
The borrower was looking to pay off a previous lender by year end and the lender they were working with backed out at the last minute. Our borrower had little time before their loan matured.
Money360 provided a rate and term refinance loan on a newly constructed 288-unit multifamily complex located in Hattiesburg, MS. The loan paid off the borrower’s previous lender that was due at the end of the year. When the borrower’s current lender was unable to perform, the broker called Money360 because of our proven track record of success and we got the deal done on schedule.
Office PropertyLoan Amount: $32 Million
The borrower acquired the subject property which had been the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company’s world headquarters which had moved to a new location approximately one mile from subject’s location. The borrower planned to completely renovate and reposition the subject property, involving 1.4 million square feet, to include office space, 105-unit apartment complex, a 139-room Hilton Garden Inn, a 1,458-seat Goodyear Theater, Goodyear Hall with a capacity of 3,500, restaurant and retail space as well as the Rubber City Sports complex comprised of 20,000 square feet. A ground lease with the local Development Finance Authority of Summit County (DFA) was established to allow the borrower tax exemption on construction sales tax.
Money360 provided a $10.2 million Phase I interest-only loan to reimburse invested capital to the borrower. The loan was supported by a tax credit investment. A $3.5 million Phase II loan was provided one year later to provide funds to prepare a 172,962 square foot space for the relocation of the corporate headquarters of Babcock & Wilcox, a global leader in advanced energy and environmental technologies. Funds were also made available for pre-development work which includes historic window replacement to conform with historic preservation regulations.
The East End project has and will provide substantial benefit to the Akron area. To date, the development has moved in excess of 250 employees to the area. Just recently the City of Akron voted to create the new East End Entertainment District, spanning about 80 acres at the subject’s site. The district will be the third entertainment district in Akron, but the first outside of downtown.
According to a 2015 Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credit Economic Impact Study prepared for the Ohio Development Services Agency Report,
“The importance of the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company to Akron’s economic, social and historic fabric cannot be overstated, and ties between the company and the City of Akron run deep. As Peter Goffstein (Senior Vice President, IRG), the developer of Goodyear Hall, notes: ‘Goodyear is Akron’s history. There is no other Fortune 500 company that is more Akron than Goodyear.’ Goodyear, the third-largest tire manufacturer in the world, was founded in Akron in 1890. The company has a deep commitment to the city, staying in Akron while all of their competitors moved or closed operations in the 1980s. The adaptive reuse of Goodyear Hall, a 292,000 square foot building, has been central to the multi-year economic revitalization of Akron’s East End. The project also carries symbolic importance for the City of Akron with portions of the building becoming public spaces for the greater Akron community. The Goodyear Hall project reflects a shift in Ohio’s urban economies from an era of heavy manufacturing and industrial production to mixed-use neighborhoods that blend corporate headquarters, business services, high-quality residences, retail, and recreation.
Multifamily PropertyLoan Amount: $5 Million
The borrower sought funds to refinance maturing debt on the subject 436-unit apartment complex. The property had challenges in that 136 of the units were “”down-units”” in need of renovation. The borrower was in progress on renovating 32 of the units. The borrower had provided $1.8 million in sponsor equity to accomplish the renovation; however, additional funds were required to complete the project.
Money360 provided an interest-only loan to retire the existing debt, address immediate property repairs as well as provide additional funds to complete the renovation of the units.
The transaction was supported by the Memphis Health Educational and Housing Facility Board’s PILOT (Payment In Lieu Of Taxes) program. This program freezes the property’s assessed value for a period of ten years. In return, the sponsor must maintain a certain number of affordable housing units. The estimated tax savings for the first year of the program alone almost completely offset that year’s real estate tax liability.
The completion of renovation of the down units will provide an additional 136 units of quality housing to this market in need of living units. The planned renovations include complete unit interior renovation, parking improvement, breezeway repairs, mold remediation and installation of GFCI outlets throughout the entire complex.
Multifamily PropertyLoan Amount: $3 Million
The borrower was in the midst of “gut renovating” the subject property which had been vacant at the time of acquisition. They sought to pay off the existing construction loan and secure additional proceeds to complete renovations at the property. The borrower received a 10-year Tax Abatement under the State of MI’s Obsolete Property Rehabilitation Act (“”OPRA””) due to the capital improvement funds utilized to renovate the units. The project was also awarded a performance grant from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation’s Strategic Fund.
Money360 provided a new loan to retire the existing construction loan which was structured with interest-only payments at a fixed low rate to allow for property stabilization and provide cash flow during the stabilization period.
The State of Michigan’s Obsolete Property Rehabilitation Act (OPRA), PA 146 of 2000 provides property tax exemptions for commercial and commercial housing properties that are rehabilitated and meet the requirements of the Act. Properties must meet eligibility requirements including a statement of obsolescence by the local assessor. The property must be located in an established Obsolete Property Rehabilitation District. The borrower accomplished the renovations utilizing not only the real estate tax abatement exemptions, but also by offering tax credits to investors to provide the equity required for the up-front capital commitment.
The completion of the project brought 30 quality housing units into the market complete with amenities including a new roof as 2well as new electrical, front façade, forced mini-split in unit HVAC, elevator, cabinets, plumbing, hard wood floors, drywall, paint, fixtures and appliances. The property is now occupied at market rates and levels.
Office PropertyLoan Amount: $8.5 Million
The borrowers were in the midst of developing/renovating the subject property and were looking for funds to pay off their construction loan as well as provide tenant improvement funds in order to prepare it for occupancy by Marion County Health Services.
Money360 provided a new loan replacing the existing construction loan and provided $3.5 million for tenant improvements and other renovation costs as well as an interest reserve to conserve borrower cash during the renovation period. The finished clinic space includes office space, exam rooms, a nursing station, conference rooms, single and multi-user restrooms, records room and a break room for staff.
As part of Marion County’s Community Health Improvement Partnership (CHIP), a countywide collaborative effort to improve the health of the county residents, the county identified four areas, among others that needed to be addressed: early access to prenatal care, obesity
prevention, smoking and depression counseling services.
In partnership with the City of Salem’s Urban Development Department, Marion county leased the subject property which now houses the following CHIP programs: Alcohol and Drug Prevention, Chronic Disease Prevention, Gambling Prevention, Suicide Prevention, Tobacco Prevention and Education Program. The newly renovated property also provides office space for Ride Rite, a local non-profit that has contracts with Marion County to provide shuttle services for Marion County.
Multifamily PropertyLoan Amount: $2 Million
Kansas City, KS
The borrower sought purchase financing to acquire the subject 64-unit apartment property in need of management attention and minor repairs. Part of the borrower’s plans were to acquire the subject and then acquire an adjacent 12-unit property that had historically been a part of the subject; however, the building was damaged by fire three years prior and was sitting vacant (this property was not collateral for the subject loan).
Money360 provided an interest-only loan for the acquisition along with additional funds to address minor capital improvement items. With the available loan funds, the borrower plans to install/upgrade the property’s ADA, paving and Fire Safety components. Structured reserves will provide future funds for replacement of gas-fired furnaces, window/wall air conditioning replacement, carpet replacement, refrigerator and range replacement. In addition, the subject had 2 down units which will be prepared for occupancy.
The transaction was supported by the Wyandotte County Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP) that provides property owners incentives to rehabilitate existing improvements. The program provides a rebate of 95% of property taxes on the improvements assessed value of any increase over 15% annually.
The completion upgrades and the planned acquisition and renovation of the fire damaged building will bring an additional 14 units of quality housing to this market in need of living units.
Multifamily PropertyLoan Amount: $3 Million
The borrower needed an acquisition loan to purchase an unstabilized 54-unit multifamily property in Detroit, MI. As part of their business plan, they needed capital to stabilize the property in order to qualify for agency financing.
We understood the borrower’s business plan and created a flexible loan structure that provided acquisition capital and Capex funds used to stabilize the property.
Multifamily PropertyLoan Amount: $5 Million
The borrower sought funds to refinance higher cost debt on the subject 200-unit apartment complex. The property had recently exited the City of Memphis’ PILOT (Payment In Lieu of Taxes) Program and required further stabilization in order to meet lower cost Agency financing requirements. It should be noted that the borrower purchased the subject property out of foreclosure.
Money360 provided an interest-only loan to retire the existing debt as well as address immediate property repairs. The loan was structured with a 12-month maturity to provide the borrower flexibility to refinance into Agency debt as soon as practicable.
The property’s improvement had been supported by the Memphis Health Educational and Housing Facility Board’s PILOT (Payment In Lieu Of Taxes) program. This program freezes the property’s assessed value for a period of ten years. In return, the sponsor must maintain a certain number of affordable housing units. The tax savings during the term allowed the borrower the flexibility to improve the property, increase occupancy and achieve the planned refinance into Agency financing.
The completion of renovation of the property provided an additional 200 units of quality housing to this market in need of living units. Once the Agency refinance takes place, the property will be stabilized to provide long term housing for the community.
Retail PropertyLoan Amount: $23 Million
The borrower planned to acquire the 253,551 square foot Christiansburg Marketplace, a retail center, in Christiansburg, VA. The center had been a long-time eyesore in the community sitting vacant for the better part of 10 years. The sponsors had prior experience turning around centers, such as the subject, in Richmond and the District of Columbia. The borrower partnered with the Town of Christiansburg in order to work together to turn the center into a productive contributor to the community. The borrower spent nearly $2.5 million in pre-development costs and the town committed to provide an additional $1.38 million towards redevelopment costs. They were in search of a lender that not only believed in the plan but could structure a loan to accommodate the substantial funds necessary to complete the renovations which were in excess of $12 million.
Money360 provided an interest-only loan to acquire the property and provide capital for additional construction and the substantial leasing costs to install tenants. The loan was structured with a future funding commitment of $12.25 million, including a debt service reserve to carry the interest during the construction and lease up phases.
Christiansburg Mayor Mike Barber said the redevelopment will bring not only these new shops and revenue, but about 400 to 500 jobs. Further, Mayor Barber commented, “With the new tax revenue generated by meals tax alone, we can recover our $1.3 million in a little over three years.
Office PropertyLoan Amount: $7 Million
West Lafayette, IN
• The Borrower had a maturing loan and needed to pay the bank
• The Borrower was looking to convert part of an existing fitness facility into profitable office space due to high demand in a
• The Sponsors wanted to increase revenue by leasing the new office space
• Money360 provided a bridge loan for a maturing loan on a 2-story, 66,868 square foot multi-tenant office building
• Money360 provided enough initial funding to pay off the maturing loan and ample funds for the both the conversion into office space and TI/LC for the new tenants
Multifamily PropertyLoan Amount: $26 Million
The borrower planned to dispose of the subject 120-unit multifamily asset; however, the sale was conditioned upon the property changing from 90% leased to 100% vacant. Unfortunately, the sale fell through. Borrower changed plans and decided to reposition the property, increase the unit count to 174 and thereafter apply to the city’s tax abatement program the goal of which assist in the redevelopment of existing housing structures in the city. The borrower’s current bank financing’s approaching maturity date compounded the challenges of a refinance.
Money360 provided an interest-only loan to retire the existing debt and provide and additional $15.2 million in additional capital for construction and rehabilitation of existing units.
Throughout the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area, there is only a limited number of sites that are
available with multi-family zoning. Additionally, most communities are not receptive to re-zoning
of land for apartment use. Thus, market forces are a predominant barrier to additional multi-family development. With the subject renovation, the number of living units will be increased and the subject will be reconfigured from 3-bedroom predominance to studios, 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom units allowing for a broader tenant profile. Stabilization is projected for September 2020.
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