Municipal Finance

ORIX Municipal Finance purchased $21.8 million of tax-exempt senior lien revenue bonds to finance the construction of a 133-unit senior living facility (assisted living & memory care) on the campus of a prominent local church. The $30.0 million capital stack also included $2.7 million in subordinate bonds and $5.6 million in equity.

Municipal Finance

ORIX Municipal Finance purchased $19 million of tax-exempt Public Improvement District (“PID”) bonds to finance infrastructure improvements within a real estate Development.  Development consists of single- and multi-family residential, office and retail. The development is a 2,600-acre master planned community located in North Dallas, Texas, with new single-family homes, townhomes, and estate homes from the mid-$300,000s to $3 million and up.  It is the fourth largest residential development in North Texas and one of the largest in the nation.

Municipal Finance

ORIX Municipal Finance purchased $19 million of tax-exempt Public Improvement District (“PID”) bonds to finance infrastructure improvements within a real estate Development.  Development consists of single- and multi-family residential, office and retail. The development is a 2,600-acre master planned community located in North Dallas, Texas, with new single-family homes, townhomes, and estate homes from the mid-$300,000s to $3 million and up.  It is the fourth largest residential development in North Texas and one of the largest in the nation.

Municipal Finance

ORIX Municipal Finance purchased $21.8 million of tax-exempt senior lien revenue bonds to finance the construction of a 133-unit senior living facility (assisted living & memory care) on the campus of a prominent local church. The $30.0 million capital stack also included $2.7 million in subordinate bonds and $5.6 million in equity.