O'Hern House, Project Interconnections, Inc.
We bridge the public and private sectors to leverage the most effective resources for our communities. We create affordable housing developments and consult on Low Income Housing Tax Credits, RAD, HUD-assisted housing, Section 8,Section 8, low income housing tax credit , RAD and housing preservation.
Our Developments

We develop along a spectrum of rental housing types, including supportive housing for special needs households, garden-style apartments for families, and communities for senior citizens. We are experienced in both rehabilitation of existing properties and new construction. Our team has successfully used a variety of public and private financing, including Low Income Housing Tax Credits, Historic Tax Credits, HOME funds, CDBG funds, FHA debt financing, State Permanent Supportive Housing Program loans, HUD Supportive Housing Program funds, Federal Home Loan Bank Affordable Housing Program grants, private foundation grants, conventional debt, Section 8 Project Based Rental Assistance and the HUD Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program. 

   

Some of our recent developments include:

 
Brentwood Place Apartments: A new apartment development in collaboration with In-Fill Housing, Inc. to serve working families in a rural Georgia community that has not had any new apartments constructed in over 20 years. The development is financed with Low Income Housing Tax Credits, a State HOME loan, and an Affordable Housing Program grant from the Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta. The development was awarded the 2014 “Outstanding Family Development” by its equity syndicator CAHECClick here for a video description of the property. We bridge the public and private sectors to leverage the most effective resources for our communities. We create affordable housing developments and consult on Section 8, low income housing tax credit , RAD and housing preservation.
     
Greystone Apartments: An historic rehabilitation of an expiring Low Income Housing Tax Credit apartment building originally built as a hotel in the 1920’s.  In partnership with In-Fill Housing, Inc., Tapestry oversaw the recapitalization and renovation process, which was financed with new Low Income Housing Tax Credits and Historic Tax Credits.  Tapestry is collaborating with a local support service provider to offer comprehensive on-site services for its very-low-income residents.

The development was awarded the 2016 Affordable Housing Finance magazine’s Readers’ Choice Awards for Best Overall Project and Best Preservation Project in the country.

Click here for a description of Tapestry’s awards.

Click here to view a video to see Tapestry’s Jon Toppen discuss the qualities that make Greystone Apartments an award-winning development.


We bridge the public and private sectors to leverage the most effective resources for our communities. We create affordable housing developments and consult on Section 8, low income housing tax credit , RAD and housing preservation.
   
Meriwether Homes Redevelopment: A redevelopment of existing public housing into a new mixed-income community built in three phases by Pennrose Properties and the Griffin Housing Authority.  For Phase I, Tapestry oversaw the application for 9% LIHTCs and helped secure a state HOME loan, and Affordable Housing Program grant from the Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta, and a commitment of rental assistance in HUD’s Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program.  Tapestry also oversaw the successful allocations of 9% LIHTCs for Phases II and III.  The property is participating in a community-wide collaboration of educational institutions and community organizations to provide educational support to its children.

Phase I of the development was awarded the 2016 Charles L. Edson Tax Credit Excellence Award in the Public Housing category. Click here for a description of the award.

Our recent development efforts have also provided:

  • initial feasibility analyses to owners interested in exploring the refinancing and renovation of their affordable housing properties
  • preparation of applications for Low Income Housing Tax Credits for organizations planning the new construction or rehabilitation of affordable housing properties
  • assessment, application preparation, and conversion coordination of public housing properties interested in participating in the RAD program.

Tapestry is a qualified consultant and development partner for Low Income Housing Tax Credit developments in Georgia, Tennessee, and South Carolina. Tapestry is qualified to conduct feasibility studies for FHA refinancing, RAD rental assistance, and other affordable housing financing strategies throughout the country.

 
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