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    New York City Housing Development Corporation
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    110 William St 10th Fl
    New York, NY 10038-3901
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    (212) 227-5500
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    (212) 227-6865
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    New York State Homes and Community Renewal
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    641 Lexington Ave 4th Fl
    New York, NY 10022-4503
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    (212) 688-4000
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    (212) 872-0789
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    New York State Homes and Community Renewal - Albany Office
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    38-40 State St
    Albany, NY 12207-2804
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    (518) 473-2526
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    (518) 473-9462

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