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Union Gospel Mission of Tarrant County receives $11.9M in LIHTC Funding

Union Gospel Mission will receive approximately $11..9 million in low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) equity to develop its The Vineyard on Lancaster housing development, Affordable Housing Finance reports.

In a Facebook post reporting the news, Union Gospel Mission stated: “The Vineyard will benefit the people of Fort Worth in desperate need of a quality, safe place to live.”

Hunt Capital Partners announced that it will provide the funding for the project, which will include 94 LIHTC apartments and commercial space for a medical clinic. The new development will be located near the current UGM campus on East Lancaster in Fort Worth.

Read more about this project in our previous post. publishes every week.
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