PGIM Provides $16.1M HUD Loan for South Forty Apartments in Billings, Montana

by Jeff Shaw

BILLINGS, Mont. — PGIM Real Estate has provided $16.1 million in fixed-rate FHA financing to Lincoln Avenue Capital (LAC) for the acquisition and rehabilitation of South Forty Apartments, an affordable seniors housing community in Billings.

The property features 101 units and is 100 percent subsidized by the Housing Choice Voucher Program, also known as Section 8, the federal government’s program for assisting low-income families, the disabled, and the elderly afford housing. In order for the property owner to receive tax credits in the future, a land use restrictive agreement (LURA) is in place that restricts half of the units to residents earning up to 50 percent of the area median income and the other half at 60 percent of AMI through 2069.

LAC plans to complete an extensive rehabilitation of the property that will address deferred maintenance at the property, revitalize the apartments and update site amenities.

The property was originally constructed in 1987 and was last renovated in 2007. LAC’s scope of work will include new kitchens and baths, new windows throughout, upgrades to the clubhouse, new solar panels and accessibility repairs.

Alex Viorst, executive director at PGIM Real Estate, led the financing on behalf of the firm.

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