Case Study | 1370 California Street
Chinatown Community Development Center
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Chinatown Community Development Center (CCDC) purchased and rehabilitated 1370 California Street to preserve 49 affordable apartments in the heart of Nob Hill, one of San Francisco’s most expensive neighborhoods. After a change in the city’s building codes, CCDC needed additional financing to add structural reinforcements to comply with new regulations.
CHALLENGE & SOLUTION
Changes in building codes keep residents safe and healthy, but they can also create significant and unexpected costs for property owners. CCDC needed new financing to put in expensive seismic upgrades and maintain the affordability of 1370 California Street. NeighborWorks Capital provided a $2.11 million permanent loan to refinance CCDC’s existing mortgage loan, pay for $732,000 in seismic retrofits and other capital improvements, and fund operating and replacement reserves, ensuring the long-term viability of 1370 California Street as an affordable rental property.
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