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Novogradac Publishes Article on Comp Sci High in the Bronx, LIIF Loan Highlighted

A computer-science based high school is primed for relocation to the Mott Haven neighborhood of the Bronx, New York. LIIF’s part was a $9.75 million loan as part of $29.3 million in debt provided with two other CDFIs, LISC and Enterprise Community Loan Fund. The Urban Assembly Charter High School for Computer Science (Comp Sci High), which serves 500 students, has been temporarily operating within a NYC Department of Education building in the borough’s Southview neighborhood.

Read the Novogradac article.

Three CDFIs — LISC, Enterprise Community Loan Fund (ECLF) and the Low Income Investment Fund (LIIF) — provided $29.3 million in debt.

Novogradac article
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