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Los Angeles Affordable Senior Development Includes Units for Formerly Homeless

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Los Angeles Affordable Senior Development Includes Units for Formerly Homeless

Third Thyme, a 104-unit senior housing development in Los Angeles, is currently under construction with the help of $12 million in additional funding 

July 21, 2023
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West Hollywood Community Housing Corp. recently secured $11.7 million for the construction of a permanent age-restricted housing development in Los Angeles. Third Thyme is a 104-unit fully affordable multifamily complex designated for seniors aged 62 and over, earning between 50 and 60 percent of the area median income. According to Multi-Housing News, 47 units will also be reserved for formerly homeless senior individuals.

Third Thyme was designed by 64North to achieve LEED Gold certification, and amenities include a community room, a fitness center, a lounge, a computer room, a library, laundry facilities, and outdoor open spaces.

Representing the borrower, JLL Capital Markets secured the 15-year, fixed-rate loan through Freddie Mac, with servicing by JLL Real Estate Capital.

Currently under construction, the $30 million project was financed with 9 percent LIHTC and public funds. In March, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors allocated an additional $1 million in Affordable Housing Trust Funds for the development of the supportive housing complex, supplementing the already secured $3 million, according to Urbanize Los Angeles.

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