HPD IS NO LONGER ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS FOR THIS RFP. THE DEADLINE WAS SEPTEMBER 22, 2003.
The NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) and the NYC Housing Authority (NYCHA) invite qualified, not-for-profit and for-profit developers to submit proposals for development of an affordable rental housing development called University/Macombs Apartments in the Morris Heights area of the Bronx. University/ Macombs Apartments will be the first project to be carried out under a recently initiated collaboration between HPD and NYCHA for the development of affordable rental housing in New York City. It is located in a neighborhood that includes apartment buildings and small homes, many of which have been rehabilitated in recent years, and active commercial enterprises. For both reasons, this Development presents an unusually attractive opportunity for experienced developers/managers of affordable rental housing. This Development will be developed on property currently owned by NYCHA. The property consists of four vacant multifamily buildings containing a total of 180 dwelling units as well as a vacant lot with the capacity for up to an additional 30 dwelling units. This property will be conveyed by NYCHA to the selected developer ("Developer") for a nominal sum. The Developer will rehabilitate the existing buildings, construct a new residential building on the vacant lot, and own and manage the completed Development.
On Wednesday, September 3, 2003, commencing at 10:00 AM, the vacant buildings located at 1611, 1615 University Avenue, 1669-1675 University Avenue and 1647-1655 Macombs Road will be opened for inspection by developers interested in responding to the RFP. Click here for more information.
Interested organizations will be able to obtain a copy of the Request for Proposals ("RFP") for the development in person at 100 Gold Street, Rm 9-A, New York, NY, during business hours beginning Monday, July 21, 2003. Organizations may also download the RFP using the links below (if you have trouble downloading these files, try right-clicking on each link and choosing "Save Target As..."):Respondents who choose to download the RFP must register with Agency Contact listed below to receive any updates or additional communications regarding the RFP.
A $100 non-refundable fee in the form of a certified check or money order payable to the "New York City Commissioner of Finance - HPD" must be presented to received a hard copy of the RFP. The RFP contains a detailed description of the eligibility requirements and the required services.
All proposals must be hand delivered to HPD at 100 Gold Street, New York, NY, no later than 4:00 PM on Monday, September 22, 2003. Proposals must be delivered to Rm 9-A. All communications and inquiries regarding the RFP should be directed to Harriet Frank, 100 Gold St. Rm 9-W8, NY, NY 10038, phone (212) 863-6303 fax (212) 863-6407 or to Richard Brown, phone (212) 863-6556 fax (212) 863-6407.People with disabilities requiring special accommodations either to pick up the RFP or to attend and/or participate in the preproposal conference should contact Agency Contact so that the necessary arrangements can be made.