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Red Stone Equity Closes $207M LIHTC Fund

Red Stone Equity Partners LLC has closed Red Stone Equity – Fund 84 Limited Partnership,a $207-million multi-investor Low Income Housing Tax Credit investment fund.  Fund 84 is the 18th and largest Red Stone multi-investor fund offering to close since the company’s inception and includes investments from 12 different institutional investors.

With the closing of Fund 84, Red Stone has now raised more than $340 million of LIHTC equity capital year to date. The Midtown Manhattan-based company said the closing coincides with the acute and growing need for affordable housing that has only been amplified by the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We are proud to have executed on the Fund 84 closing for our investor and developer clients, but more importantly for the thousands of hardworking families, veterans, people with special needs, teachers, nurses, firefighters, police officers, and seniors it will help to house,” said Ryan P. Sfreddo, president of Red Stone.

Pictured: Red Stone Equity offices in Midtown.


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