Cathedral Parkway Towers

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  • CPC Helps Keep NYC Community Affordable

    With funding through Freddie Mac, Community Preservation Corporation has closed on a $40 million loan for the refinancing of Cathedral Parkway Towers. Refinancing helps prevent otherwise unavoidable rent increases that would have resulted from escalating operating costs at the 309-unit Mitchell-Lama project on West 110th Street in New York City.

    Northeast 06 May 2015 14:29

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