FHLBank Topeka AHP grants are projected to improve or create 851 housing units throughout the country.
Topeka, KS (PRWEB) November 05, 2012
Members of FHLBank Topeka’s four-state district will soon be receiving $8.8 million in grants for affordable housing. The grants were awarded to 29 projects through FHLBank Topeka’s Affordable Housing Program (AHP). Nonprofit groups, for-profit developers and public entities apply for the grants through one of FHLBank’s member institutions, comprising nearly 830 commercial banks, savings institutions, credit unions, and insurance companies in Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska and Oklahoma. Each year, FHLBank Topeka allocates 10% of its prior year’s earnings for AHP.
AHP grants are projected to improve or create 851 housing units throughout the country. Nearly 84% of the projects focus on rental properties, and about 16% are homeowner projects.
FHLBank’s housing and community development programs are an important part of sustaining its mission, to make a difference by helping our members build their communities. The AHP is one way to support our member banks as they support their communities. See the AHP page on http://www.fhlbtopeka.com/community for a complete list of this year’s projects.
Colorado Projects and FHLBank Member = $1,305,000 total Colorado AHP grants
-Family Crisis Center in Colorado Springs; Integrity Bank and Trust
-HFHC Homeownership Opportunity Project throughout Colorado; FirstBank
-Joshua Station Renovation in Denver; FirstBank
-Soda Creek Apartments in Steamboat Springs; First National Bank of the Rockies
Kansas Projects and FHLBank member = $2,893,000 total Kansas AHP grants
-COF Housing in Burlington; The Kansas State Bank
-Bedford Place in Great Bend; Horizon Bank
-Homestead Senior Residences in Herington; The Farmers State Bank
-Prairie View Senior Residences in Mayetta; The Farmers State Bank
-COF Training Services, Inc., Osage Project in Osage City; The Kansas State Bank
-COF Training Services, Inc., Ottawa Project in Ottawa; The Kansas State Bank
-COF Residential Authority in Ottawa; The Kansas State Bank
-COF Independent Living in Ottawa; The Kansas State Bank
-COF Integrated Living throughout Kansas; The Kansas State Bank
-Wichita Habitat for Humanity Homeownership Program throughout Kansas; INTRUST Bank, National Association
-House to Home Riverview throughout Kansas; Horizon Bank
-Ten Home Construction Challenge throughout Kansas; Capital City Bank
-Home Leasing LLC in Topeka; Community Bank
Nebraska Projects and FHLBank Member = $1,038,111 total Nebraska AHP grants
-Blue Stem Pointe in Ainsworth; Horizon Bank
-North Omaha Intergenerational Campus: Children’s Emergency Shelter; American National Bank
-Family Works Treatment Program in Omaha; American National Bank
Oklahoma Projects and FHLBank Member = $1,960,000 total in Oklahoma AHP grants
-Men’s Firstep Recovery Center in Oklahoma City; BancFirst
-City Rescue Mission Men in Oklahoma City; BOKF, National Association
-Forest Village Estates in Oklahoma City; RCB Bank
-Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity throughout Oklahoma; BancFirst
-REI Statewide Homeownership Program 2012; BancFirst
Outside FHLBank’s District = $1,600,000 total out-of-district AHP grants
-Hope 4 Springfield in Springfield, Mass.; BOKF, National Association
-Youth Home 2 in Sunfield, Mich.; BOKF, National Association
-2012 Dream Center in Los Angeles, Calif.; BOKF, National Association
-TCD New Campus in Brookings, S.D.; BOKF, National Association
FHLBank Topeka is one of 12 wholesale banks nationwide that provide liquidity and various programs that help community financial institutions meet the residential housing finance and economic development needs of their communities. FHLBank Topeka serves nearly 830 financial institution members in its district of Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska and Oklahoma.