Apr 20, 2017
The University of La Verne (the “University”) is an independent, nonsectarian institution of higher education founded in 1891 as Lordsburg College by members of the Church of the Brethren. Renamed La Verne College in 1917, it was reorganized as the University of La Verne in 1977.
The CMFA issued $203,800,000 in tax-exempt bonds for the University and the proceeds of the Bonds will be used to finance the acquisition, construction, installation, improvement, renovation, rehabilitation, furnishing, and equipping of certain educational facilities owned and operated and to be owned and operated by the University of La Verne, refund the outstanding California Municipal Finance Authority Refunding Revenue Bonds (University of La Verne) Series 2015 (the “2015 Bonds”), the outstanding California Municipal Finance Authority Revenue Bonds (University of La Verne) Series 2010A (the “2010A Bonds”), and the outstanding California Municipal Finance Authority 2013 Tax-Exempt Loan (University of La Verne) Series 2013 (the “2013 Loan”).
Apr 19, 2017
The CMFA issued $54,045,000 in tax-exempt bond proceeds to Channing House to be used for refunding all or a portion of the outstanding ABAG Finance Authority for Nonprofit Corporations Insured Revenue Bonds (Channing House), Series 2010 and to finance the acquisition, construction, equipping and furnishing of improvements at the Borrower’s continuing care retirement community located at and in the vicinity of 850 Webster Street, Palo Alto, California 94301 in an amount not to exceed $50,000,000 (collectively, the “Project”). The Project will be owned and operated by Channing House.
Apr 18, 2017
Founded in 1908, Biola University is a California non-profit religious corporation, organized and existing under the laws of the State of California. The University, containing eight schools, offers four baccalaureate degrees in 40 majors, 20 masters and eight doctoral degrees and its commitment to academic excellence is firmly rooted in its adherence to an in-depth, knowledgeable and living Christianity.
The CMFA issued $74,000,000 for Biola University. Proceeds from the bonds will be used to refund the California Municipal Finance Authority Refunding Revenue Bonds Series 2008A, which bonds refunded the California Statewide Communities Authority 2002 Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds Series A and Series B and refunded the Biola University Taxable Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds Series 2004 A and Series 2004 B.
Apr 18, 2017
The CMFA issues $9,201,527 in tax-exempt bond proceeds for the Villa Pacifica II Apartments. The project is a proposed new construction development of a 3-story building consisting of 48 one-bedroom units and 12 two-bedroom units. All the units will be income restricted to senior households age 62 years and older with income levels at or below the 30%, 50% and 60% AMI levels, except for 1 two-bedroom manager unit. The property is a vacant lot located at 7418 Archibald Avenue in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. The site is located adjacent to the existing Villa Pacifica Senior Apartments. The financing of this project will result in the creation of affordable housing for another 59 low-income, senior households in the City of Rancho Cucamonga for the next 55 years.
Apr 11, 2017
The Waverly Place Apartments is a new construction development of a 15-unit multifamily affordable housing project with one manager unit. The vision of the project is to create a permanent supportive housing development for the chronically homeless mentally ill individuals. The development will provide a community room with full kitchen, four offices, a lobby, a laundry room on each floor, around an interior courtyard. Sixteen parking spaces will also be provided as well as on-site bike racks. This financing will help create 15 units of high quality, affordable housing for low-income households in the City of Redwood City for the next 55 years.
Mar 31, 2017
The CMFA issued $45,000,000 in tax-exempt bond financing. The proceeds of the Bonds will be used by Makin Waves Charter School to: (a) renovate the existing three (3) buildings comprising the Making Waves Academy high school campus located at 4123 Lakeside Drive in Richmond, CA, comprising approximately 99,000 square feet of building space;
(b) construct and equip a new two story school building comprising approximately 47,000 square feet of building space, a new one story gymnasium building comprising approximately 21,500 square feet of building space and a new sports field adjacent to the existing Making Waves Academy high school campus at 4075 and 4123 Lakeside Drive in Richmond, CA, to serve such high school campus, and associated parking;
(c) construct and equip a new middle school campus directly northeast of the existing high school campus at 2925, 2930, 2975 Technology Court, and 4301 and 41754197 Lakeside Drive in Richmond, CA, consisting of (i) a new two story school building comprising approximately 72,500 square feet of building space, (ii) a new two story school building comprising approximately 39,000 square feet of building space, (iii) a new one story gymnasium building comprising approximately 25,000 square feet of building space, (iv) a new sports field, and (v) associated parking;
(d) construct and equip a new sports complex at 2600 Hilltop Drive, Richmond, California approximately a mile south of the Making Waves Academy consisting of approximately 13 acres of land which will contain sports fields, baseball facilities and a swimming facility (the items described in paragraphs (a) through (d), collectively, the “Project”);
(e) prepay a 2009 taxable loan from Mechanics Bank Community Development Corporation, the proceeds of which were used to construct and equip two buildings located at 4123 Lakeside and 4131 Lakeside in Richmond, California, currently leased to Making Waves Academy for its administration department and upper school multi-purpose/kitchen/classrooms (the “Mechanics Bank Loan”); and
(f) prepay a 2014 taxable loan from First Republic Bank, the proceeds of which were used to repair, update and remodel 4123 and 4131 Lakeside Drive and acquire properties at 4301 Lakeside Drive, 2925 and 2930 Technology Court and 2600 Hilltop Drive (the “First Republic Bank Loan”).
Mar 24, 2017
Retirement Housing Foundation (“RHF”) is a non-profit organization of 170 communities in 26 states, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. RHF provides housing and services to more than 18,000 older adults, low-income families, and persons with disabilities.
The bond proceeds will be used to finance the Culver City Rotary Plaza, an acquisition/rehabilitation of an existing age-restricted (62+) and income restricted community consisting of 100-units located at 5100 Overland Avenue, Culver City, CA. Built in 1985, the improvements sit on a 53,143-square foot site with surface area for 26 parking spaces. Because of the age of the development, substantial renovations are needed. Renovations include the retrofitting of major building systems to increase the physical lifetime and energy efficiency of each building and increase the financial sustainability of the project. The financing of this project will result in preservation of affordable housing for 99 low income senior households in Culver City for the next 55 years.
Mar 17, 2017
The CMFA continues to give back to the communities in California by directing a portion of its issuance fees to charitable organizations. Nine 501(c)(3) organizations received $190,000 total in contributions from the California Foundation for Stronger Communities with funds donated by the CMFA.
The nine well-deserving organizations include:
Desert Hot Springs Library
Mini Therapy Horses
Golden Rays Senior Citizens of Sierra County, Inc.
Mariposa Safe Families Incorporated.
National Forest Foundation. Restricted to the Tahoe Basin Project.
Lassen Family Services, Inc.
Dan Hernandez Youth Foundation.
Mar 17, 2017
The CMFA issued $4,700,000 in tax-exempt bond proceeds to Volunteers of America in order to refund the outstanding California Municipal Finance Authority Insured Revenue Bonds (Southern California Development Corporation of VOA, Inc.), Series 2011, issued to make a loan to the Corporation to finance the acquisition, renovation and equipping of two buildings located at 2300-2301 East 7th Street, National City, California, to be operated as a residential facility for treatment and recovery of alcohol and drug addiction, replacing three separate leased facilities in the City of San Diego and to prepay a taxable bank loan from California Bank and Trust incurred to finance additional expenses related to the Project
Feb 23, 2017
The CMFA issued $394,815,000 to the Community Medical Centers. The proceeds of the Bonds will be used to finance and/or reimburse the prior payment of a portion of the costs of constructing and equipping a 100,000 square foot regional cancer treatment and research center, which will be located on the campus of Clovis Community Medical Center and prepay previously executed certificates of participation.
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