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Minnesota developer pays $22.8 million for affordable housing complex in Cape Coral

Dominium plans a $5.1 million renovation of The Crossings at Cape Coral

The Crossings at Cape Coral was built in 2000. It has been sold to a Minnesota developer. (Courtesy photo)
The Crossings at Cape Coral was built in 2000. It has been sold to a Minnesota developer. (Courtesy photo)
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CAPE CORAL — An affordable housing development in Cape Coral has sold.

Dominium, a Minnesota-based developer, bought The Crossings at Cape Coral at 1150 Hancock Creek S. Blvd. and plans to spend $5.1 million on a renovation of the property.

According to Lee County property records, Dominium paid $22.8 million for the complex.

The renovation will include upgrading the clubhouse, landscaping, building exteriors and outdoor amenities as well as improvements in individual units, according to a release announcing the sale.

The eight-building complex, which was built in 2000 using 4% low income tax credits, is made up of 168 income-restricted units. These include one- to four-bedroom apartments for residents living at 50% and 60% of the area median income. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the median household income in Cape Coral is $61,599.

The Crossings is Dominium’s first project in the Cape Coral-Fort Meyers area, according to the release.

The company, according to its website, is one of the largest owners and managers of affordable housing properties with over $3 billion in properties owned and 37,000 apartments in 19 states. The company operates more than 20 complexes in Florida, including in Punta Gorda, Naples, Bradenton and Clearwater.


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