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Asland Capital and Pembroke Residential Holdings have secured $100 million in financing for a seniors housing project to be developed at 1940 Turnbull Ave. in the Bronx

Asland, Pembroke Line Up $100M Financing on Bronx Seniors Project 

Asland Capital Partners and Pembroke Residential Holdings have secured $100 million in financing to begin the development of 1940 Turnbull Ave., a 154-unit affordable residential property in the Bronx’s Soundview neighborhood. The 14-story project, scheduled for completion in fall of 2024, will be designated for seniors aged 62 years or older, with 30% of the units set aside for formerly homeless seniors.  

Project partners include Asland, Pembroke, the Urban Investment Group within Goldman Sachs Asset Management, New York State Homes and Community Renewal, and New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD). 

A construction loan was procured through a combination of both taxable and tax-exempt bonds issued by the New York State Housing Finance Agency, with credit enhancement in an equal amount provided by Goldman Sachs. Goldman Sachs is also providing tax credit equity, with HPD providing an additional subsidy. 


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