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|Part 1 – Allocation of credit – Completed by New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR) (see instructions)|
|1a||a Date of allocation (mm-dd-yyyy)||1b||1b|
|3b||Mark an X in the box||3b|
|5||Date building placed in service (mm-dd-yyyy)|
|6||Mark an X in the boxes that describe the allocation for the building (mark all that apply):|
|Newly constructed and federally subsidized||IRC section 42(e) rehabilitation expenditures not federally subsidized|
|Newly constructed and not federally subsidized||Allocation subject to nonprofit set-aside under IRC section 42(h)(5)|
|IRC section 42(e) rehabilitation expenditures federally subsidized|
|Part 2 – First-year certification – Completed by building owner with respect to the first year of the credit period (see instructions)|
|7a||Date building placed in service (mm-dd-yyyy)||7b||7b|
|8b||Are you treating this building as part of a multiple building project for purposes of IRC section 42?|
|9a||If box 6a or box 6d is marked, do you elect to reduce eligible basis under IRC section 42(i)(2)(B)?|
|9b||For market-rate units above the average quality standards of low-income units in the building, do you elect to reduce the eligible basis by disproportionate costs of non-low-income units (IRC section 42(d)(3)(B))?|
|10||Mark the appropriate box for each election:|
|Caution: Once made, the following elections are irrevocable.|
|a Elect to begin credit period the first year after the building is placed in service (IRC section 42(f)(1))|
|b Elect not to treat large partnership as taxpayer (IRC section 42(j)(5))|
|c Elect minimum set-aside requirement (IRC section 42(g)) 40-60|
|d Elect minimum set-aside requirement (Public Housing Law, section 21(5)(b))|
|e Elect deep-rent-skewed project (IRC section 142(d)(4)(B))|
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