Supportive housing provides affordable housing with on-site services for persons with special needs, including formerly homeless individuals, persons with mental illness or developmental disabilities, and formerly incarcerated individuals, among other populations. Pairing stable, affordable housing with supportive services enables these individuals and families in need to lead more productive lives.
Our attorneys are committed to helping ensure clients can successfully close on financing to build these critically important supportive housing developments. We understand the complexities of these transactions and have deep experience with structuring and financing these deals.
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