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Bronx Developer Closes on Financing for $91M Seniors Project

Bronx-based Foxy Management has closed on the financing of its planned Arthur Avenue Apartments, an affordable seniors housing complex set for the borough’s Belmont section. Early 2021 completion is expected for the 177-unit new construction community.

The $91-million development is being financed using a combination of tax-exempt New York State Housing Finance Agency bonds, additional city and state subsidies and tax credit equity.

The construction period tax-exempt bonds are being credit enhanced by Chase. The $36 million in tax credit equity was financed through an investment from a Freddie Mac Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Fund with Boston Financial Investment Management.

Led by Shelly and Jeff Fox, Foxy Management is developing the project in partnership the Hebrew Home at Riverdale, under the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s SARA program. “We hope this project will set the standard for future senior development in the city,” said Jeff Fox.

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