CASE STUDIES

Neighborhood Development Company - Bowen Road

Neighborhood Development Company - Bowen Road

This development will bring 41 brand new mixed income units to downtown Anacostia.

WinnDevelopment - Atlantic Gardens and Atlantic Terrace

WinnDevelopment - Atlantic Gardens and Atlantic Terrace

WinnDevelopment closed on $69 million of multi-layered financing for Atlantic Gardens and Atlantic Terrace in Washington, D.C.

WMCDC, The Warrenton Group & Penrose - St. Stephens

WMCDC, The Warrenton Group & Penrose - St. Stephens

This $23 million transit oriented development will create a mixed income community that will include 18 units of Permanent Supportive Housing in collaboration with the Department of Behavioral Health and the District of Columbia Housing Authority.

DC Housing Authority - Technical Assistance

DC Housing Authority - Technical Assistance

Audubon Enterprises was selected to provide technical advisory services to the District of Columbia Housing Authority (“DCHA”) in 2013 and again in 2014.

OSSE - Imagine Southeast PCS

OSSE - Imagine Southeast PCS

Principal Jordan Bishop assisted with deal structuring, underwriting and project management support to Office of the State Superintendent for Education agency for this $13 million New Market Tax Credit transaction.

Neighborhood Development Company - The Heights on Georgia

Neighborhood Development Company - The Heights on Georgia

Neighborhood Development Company and Mi Casa, Inc. closed $24 Million for mixed-use building located at 3232 Georgia Avenue, NW.

VIDA Senior Residences at Brightwood

VIDA Senior Residences at Brightwood

Ground up construction of 36 units funded with 9% LIHTC.

Four Points LLC - Progression Place

Four Points LLC - Progression Place

Four Points LLC secured $23 Million of New Market Tax Credit allocation for $150 Million Mixed-use Development over 320,000 GSF of office space, storefront retail, apartments and below-grade parking.

MM Property, LLC - Mayfair Mansions III

MM Property, LLC - Mayfair Mansions III

MM Property, LLC utilized both short and long term tax exempt bonds (via the New Issue Bond Program), Low Income Housing Tax Credit Equity, Historic Tax Credit Equity, and a Housing Production Trust Fund Note to fund this $33 million renovation.