Source: Dallas Business Journal
The Dallas developer behind proposed plans to bring a Trump-branded hotel to downtown Dallas has landed $23.9 million in Property Assessed Clean Energy finance funds — which will help update the $120 million historic building with energy-efficient systems and water reduction technology.
This loan is the largest commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) deal in Texas and is believed to be the second largest of its kind in the country.
Alterra International, which is based in Dallas and San Francisco, decided to apply for the PACE loan for the nine-story, century-old building at 500 S. Ervay St. to help it increase the energy-efficiency of the redevelopment project, which is still underway.
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