By Dylan Moroses (March 8, 2021, 12:47 p.m. EST) – Real estate developer accused of fraudulently securing millions of dollars in housing tax credits for low-income people by using incentives to fund facilities while charging tenants for parking in a lawsuit referred to Minnesota federal court.
Dominium, which describes itself as one of the largest social housing developers in the United States, has claimed federal low-income housing tax credits to cover its parking costs while charging its residents for these. costs, which is not allowed under the program, according to the lawsuit, a proposed class action lawsuit filed in state court in February. The case was referred to federal court in Minnesota on Friday, according to …
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