A important cash advancement venture at Marble Hall Residences in Tuckahoe, New York, could before long start next preliminary approvals from Westchester County’s Industrial Growth Agency. Manufactured in 1974, the 10-tale making at 100 Columbus Avenue consists of 134 earnings-restricted models and displays indicators of an aging assets.
Led by developer Tuckahoe Confined Partnership, inside upgrades will include new kitchens, toilet finishes, and lighting fixtures for present units, as perfectly as new finishes for the onsite management places of work, hallways, and shared neighborhood space. To enhance the building’s strength functionality, the scope of renovation includes an updated heating and warm h2o technique as perfectly as economical lighting and water-preserving units.
Exterior updates are confined to the building’s masonry façade, which will be repainted as wanted. Projected expenditures for the renovations hover close to $5.36 million.
“We are happy to vote preliminary approval of tax-exempt bond financing for the renovation of this apartment making that is delivering a great deal-wanted reasonably priced housing for the Tuckahoe group,” claimed IDA chair Joan McDonald who has immediate obligation for overseeing Westchester County’s $2 billion finances.
Financing for the proposed acquisition and rehabilitation of Marble Corridor Apartments contains $36 million in shorter-expression tax-exempt bonds issued by the IDA. More financing involves a $48 million long term loan from the Office of Housing and City Enhancement, approximately $16.85 million in Lower Cash flow Housing Tax Credit score fairness, and somewhere around $1.38 million in interim money. Tuckahoe Constrained Partnership is also searching for a 35-calendar year Payment in Lieu of Taxes, or PILOT, from the Village of Tuckahoe.
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