Husch Blackwell Guides Impact Seven in LIHTC Financing Development
The development, known as Woodside Prairie, broke ground in October and will include a combination of housing for autistic adults in four 6-unit buildings and supportive housing in a separate 10-unit apartment building, for a total of 44 residents.
Woodside Prairie is funded by $8 million in Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) provided by Red Stone; $800,000 in federal tax credits from Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority; and an award from the National Housing Trust Fund for approximately $390,000.
The development is set to open in the second half of 2023.
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