In addition to the definitions set forth in § 941.602(a)(1)
, the following definitions are applicable to this subpart:
Development. A housing facility consisting of public housing units, and that may also consist of non-public housing units, that has been developed, or that will be developed, using mixed-finance strategies under this subpart.
Mixed-finance. The combined use of publicly and privately financed sources of funds for the development of public housing units under this subpart.
Owner Entity. The entity that will own the public housing units, if the PHA holds less than one hundred percent of the ownership interest; or the lessee under a ground lease from the PHA. The owner entity may be a partnership that includes the PHA.
Participating party. Any person, firm, corporation, or public or private entity that:
Agrees to provide financial or other resources to carry out the approved proposal, or specified activities contained in the proposal; or
Otherwise participates in the development and/or operation of the public housing units and will receive funds derived from HUD with respect to such participation. The term “participating party” includes an owner entity or partner.
Partner. A third party entity with whom the PHA has entered into a partnership or other contractual arrangement to provide for the mixed-finance development of public housing units pursuant to this subpart, and that has primary responsibility with the PHA for the development of the housing units under the terms of the approved proposal.
For purposes of this subpart only, the term “proposal” means a detailed PHA submission of information under § 941.606
Public Housing Agency (PHA). Any State, county, municipality, or other governmental entity or public body (or agency or instrumentality thereof) which is authorized to engage in or assist in the development or operation of low-income housing under this part. For purposes of this subpart, the term “PHA” also encompasses any agency or instrumentality of the PHA.
Public housing unit.
A unit that is eligible to receive operating subsidy pursuant to section 9 of the Act (42 U.S.C. 1437g