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is it this? http://nchv.org/docs...%20for%20DC.pdf

edit: found this too

"2011-12 � A RESOLUTION supporting and approving the proposed development for affordable rental housing for homeless veterans of Light Rail Lofts at Midtown Terrace, located at 4600 Main Street in the City of Houston, Texas, for the purpose of authorizing the allocation of 2011 Housing Tax Credits to such development; containing various findings and provisions relating to the subject."


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Back in the '70's there use to be a McDonalds in the lot next to this building, you can still see the old foundation of it. One of Houston's first punk clubs (Island/Rock Island/Paradise Island) was down the street where the Wendy's currently is. It is going to take and industrial power wash to clean all the urine/excrement off this building.

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The Housing and Community Development Department (HCDD) recommends Council approve an Ordinance to appropriate $1,500,000 in HOME funds for a Loan Agreement with Cantwell-Anderson, joined by 4600 Main Street Housing, LP, for the reconstruction of an office building located at 4600 Main Street across from the light rail line.


The property will be converted into a three-story affordable housing community consisting of 56 studio units. All the units will be restricted at below 60% of area median income.It will primarily serve formerly homeless veterans. Total project costs are anticipated to be $11,277,476 of which $9,212,960 is for the residential component. The residential price per unit cost is $164,517. HCDD funds for the development total $3,471,618 (31% of the total development cost) or $61,993 a unit.

Cloudbreak Houston LLC, an affiliate of the borrower and the owner, is the developer of Light Rail Lofts and has a track record of developing high-quality and well-managed affordable housing communities across the U.S. Construction period of this project shall begin within twelve (12) months of the date of the signed agreement, with completion to end not later than eighteen (18) months after Closing, not to exceed five years after start of construction. HCD Director has authority to grant two 6-month extensions of the project deadline. This project will have a 20-year affordability period.HCDD previously granted $1,971,618 in CDBG funds for the acquisition of this property, which is adjacent to two other Cloudbreak properties – Midtown Terrace and Travis Street Plaza.

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