CHICAGO, March 22, 2018 – The Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago (FHLBank Chicago) was pleased to announce a third recipient of its 2018 Community First Awards yesterday at its member meeting in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The awards recognize outstanding achievements of the FHLBank Chicago’
A groundbreaking ceremony will be held on Thursday to celebrate the start of construction of SEVEN04 Place, a 60-unit affordable-housing development at 704 W. National Ave. in Milwaukee’s Walker’s Point neighborhood.
The Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago (FHLBank Chicago) today announced that more than $24.1 million was granted through its competitive Affordable Housing Program (AHP) to help finance 42 affordable housing projects located primarily...
MILWAUKEE – CARW (Commercial Association of REALTORS® Wisconsin), the voice of commercial real estate, is pleased to announce the organization’s 2018 Board of Directors and the 2017
Impact Seven, headquartered in Rice Lake, WI, received a $10 million bond loan to finance affordable rental housing, senior living facilities, small businesses, and commercial real estate projects.
(WXOW) It was just over one year ago that the City of La Crosse announced a plan that would turn an empty plot of land on Kane Street into affordable housing. With the help of local organizations and the State of Wisconsin, the goal is to build a 57-unit apartment complex to help end homelessness [...]
When chain-link fence was erected around the Heritage House building earlier this week, it signaled the official start of the long-awaited rehabilitation of one of the city’s most historic existing structures....
Seven04 Place Apartments advances with additional tax credits Impact Seven and Rule Enterprises are pleased to announce that Seven04 Place Apartments has earned an additional tax credit allocation this month. The award of $76,078 supplements a 2016 LIHTC award, for a total allocation of $637,178. Seven04 Place Apartments is a proposed 60-unit affordable development located in [...]
La Crosse's Garden Terrace Apartments moves forward with a tax credit allocation A $683,000 Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) allocation this month will jumpstart the Garden Terrace Apartments development in La Crosse. “The LIHTC award was one of the most important financial catalysts to get this project moving forward,” says Kristine Giornalista, Vice [...]
[Urban Milwaukee] A spiffy new five-story office building is rising on the north end of downtown Milwaukee..