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REQUEST FOR PROJECT BASED VOUCHERS

The City of New York Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), Division of Tenant Resources, is issuing a request for proposals for the awarding of up to 45 Section 8 Project Based Vouchers (PBVs) for lease up in 2014 or later.

The use of federally-funded Project Based Vouchers is subject to the regulations set forth in24 CFR 983, as well as the Project Based Housing Assistance Payment Contract (HUD Form HUD 52530B).    Restrictions include, but are not limited to, the fact that no more than 25% of the units in a building may be subject to a PBV Housing Assistance Payment contract. Excepted units from the 25% rule include units housing the elderly, disabled, or families actively receiving supportive services.

In addition to adherence to all federal regulations, HPD will apply the following selection criteria when evaluating requests under this competition:

 

  • Size: Buildings must be 30 units or less
  • Condition: Buildings must be scheduled to undergo rehabilitation within the next 12 months
  • Occupancy: Buildings must be currently occupied or temporarily vacated with original tenants returning
  • Extent to which the PBV proposal promotes the goals of the City’s Consolidated Plan, with priority given to proposals that help reduce in-rem housing stock, rehabilitate distressed properties, and encourage homeownership
  • Extent to which the PBV proposal provides evidence of readiness to proceed with required rehabilitation activities
  • Demonstration of owner’s willingness to relinquish contract units at turnover, thereby gradually reducing the size of the HAP contract. 

Application Due Date: September 20, 2013

To access the Application click HERE.

All selected proposals will be subject to subsidy layering review and approval, as well as environmental reviews before contracts are awarded.

For more information, contact Dinsiri Fikru, Director of Policy and Special Programs, Division of Tenant Resources, at 212-863-7200.

 


ASSET SALES PROGRAM REQUEST FOR OFFERS

The Department of Housing Preservation and Development is requesting offers from parties interested in purchasing residential property. Both individuals and business entities are invited to participate in this initiative to return these buildings to private ownership. These properties will be sold in “as-is” condition to offerors meeting the criteria described in this RFO. The ability to secure financing to satisfy the purchase price is the sole responsibility of the purchaser. A pre-submission conference will be held at HPD 100 Gold Street, 8th Floor Room 8P6, New York, New York, on Monday, May 21, 2012 at 10:30 a.m. 

Click here to download the Asset Sales Program RFO.

 


ASSET SALES PROGRAM REQUEST FOR OFFERS

The Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) is requesting offers from parties interested in purchasing commercial property. Both individuals and business entities are invited to participate in this initiative to return these buildings to private ownership. These properties will be sold in “as-is” condition to offerors meeting the criteria described in this RFO. The ability to secure financing to satisfy the purchase price is the sole responsibility of the purchaser.

Click here to Download Asset Sales Program Request For Offers (PDF)

RFO ADDENDUM - 27 Hooper Street (PDF)

 


The Neighborhood Stabilization Program 2: NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY

The Department of Housing Preservation and Development (“HPD”) of the City of New York (“City”) invites development teams (“Applicants”) to submit applications (“Proposals”) for federal funds administered by HPD under Round 2 of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (“NSP2”). NSP2 funds can help finance the acquisition and redevelopment (through rehabilitation or new construction) of foreclosed, abandoned, or vacant properties located in the NSP2 target geography—the census tracts in New York City most affected by foreclosures.  

Submissions Deadline: March 21, 2011 

Download NSP 2 NOFA 

Third Party Transfer Program Request for Qualifications 

HPD invites established real estate development firms and community based not-for-profit organizations, with experience in housing management and rehabilitation, to submit descriptions of their qualifications to acquire, rehabilitate, and manage tax foreclosed, privately-owned, distressed residential properties through HPD’s Third Party Transfer Program. All parties submitting to the RFO must also complete "Doing Business with the City Forms" http://www.nyc.gov/html/hpd/html/developers/Campaign-Finance.shtml

The Round VIII & IX Request for Qualifications ("RFQ") and Special Disposition Projects for the Program is available for download below. The RFQ contains a detailed description of the Program and its eligibility criteria and application requirements. There is no charge for obtaining a copy of the RFQ, though there is a submission fee as detailed in the RFQ.

The Round VIII & IX RFQ text and exhibits are available in PDF format. The forms have been provided in both PDF format and Microsoft Word and Excel format to facilitate their completion.

              > RFQ Text (.PDF

Please note that the submission deadline for Round VIII & IX is October 15, 2010.

The lists of properties currently active in Round VIII & IX of the Third Party Transfer In Rem foreclosure action are available on this website. Note that many of these properties may be redeemed by the current owners before transfer takes place.

Inquiries regarding the RFQ should be directed to:
Division of of Property Disposition & Finance
Phone: (212) 863-5447; Fax: (212) 863-7156

People with disabilities requiring special accommodations either to pick up the RFQ or to deliver a complete application should contact the Agency Contact above so that the necessary arrangements can be made.

HPD expects to qualify many more potential developers than available properties. Therefore, many qualified developers will not receive properties through the Program. HPD reserves the right to negotiate with any number of Qualified Developers, accept or reject any or all applications received as a result of this RFQ, or postpone or cancel this RFQ in part or in its entirety.

 


Hunter’s Point South, Queens     

The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) invites developers to submit development Proposals for mixed-use development comprising residential and commercial uses in Hunter’s Point South, Queens.

This RFP is in accordance with the Mayor’s New Housing Marketplace Plan, which responds to the changing housing needs of New York’s communities by committing to the new construction or rehabilitation of 165,000 housing units by 2014.  The proposed Projects serve the Plan’s critical goals of creating needed housing opportunities, maximizing affordability, making City-owned land available for private residential development, and, in turn, enhancing the City’s community revitalization efforts.

Interested parties that choose to download the RFP using the link below must register.  Only those registered will receive any updates or additional communications regarding the RFP.  The RFP contains a detailed description of the development program, requirements, guidelines, eligibility requirements, selection process, and submission requirements.

              > Hunter’s Point South RFP Addendum (PDF)
              > Hunter's Point South A - Pro Forma (Excel)
              > Hunter's Point South B - Pro Forma (Excel)

              > Click Here to Register and Download The Hunter’s Point South RFP  The deadline for responses to this RFP has been extended to September 17, 2010.

 


The Neighborhood Stabilization Program 2 - Notice of Funding Availability 

HPD invites developers and local organizations to submit applications for the funding of proposals to acquire and redevelop foreclosed, abandoned, or vacant properties. To be eligible for funds, Proposals must work in the NSP2 target geography—the census tracts in New York City most affected by foreclosures. The funding available through this Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) is intended to help applicants transition vacant, foreclosed, and abandoned properties into affordable housing.

HPD welcomes two types of proposals:

  • Proposals for down-payment and rehabilitation assistance to individual buyers of foreclosed or abandoned properties. 
  • Proposals to acquire and thereafter redevelop foreclosed or abandoned properties through rehabilitation or new construction. We are encouraging creative approaches, including a rent-to-own program for homebuyers who cannot currently afford a 30-year mortgage, employer-assisted housing, scatter-site rental housing, or other models. 

In all cases, Applicants must meet HUD’s guidelines for eligible properties and geography.

Click on the links below to download the NOFA and the required Proposal forms. A copy of the NOFA may also be obtained via mail or in person from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at HPD located at 100 Gold Street, New York, NY 10038.

Proposals are due in hand no later than 4:00 p.m. on June 11, 2010.  Detailed instructions are provided in the NOFA. 

All communications must be IN WRITING to:

Patricio Zambrano-Barragan   
NYC HPD
100 Gold Street, Room 9-Q4 
New York, NY 10038
E-mail: zambranp@hpd.nyc.gov

Click Here to Download the NSP2 NOFA

Prospective Applicants should also download the Proposal Forms:

A. Development Team Information and Questionnaire (Word)
B. Assets Statement (Word)
C. Development Experience (Excel) 

 


Housing Asset Renewal Program (HARP) Notice of Funding Availability 

HPD and HDC are inviting development teams to submit applications for the funding of affordable housing units in completed or partially constructed unoccupied residential buildings in New York City where, due to market or construction conditions, the owner is unable to complete construction or to sell or rent a sufficient number of units to meet private lending requirements and therefore construction or completion has been stalled.  The funding available through this Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) is intended to convert market-rate units to affordable units and enable the owner to complete construction and/or rent or sell units.  Applicants can apply for funding to convert the developments into either affordable rental housing or affordable homeownership housing.   

Respondents who choose to download the NOFA at no charge must register online.  A copy of the NOFA may also be obtained via mail or in person from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at HPD located at 100 Gold Street, New York, NY 10038. Respondents must register online at the HPD website or in person at HPD to receive any updates or additional communications regarding the NOFA.

“Please be advised that additional applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis subject to the availability of funds. If you are interested in submitting an application, please send communications in writing to:

Eric Enderlin
NYC HPD
100 Gold Street, Room S8
New York, NY 10038
E-mail: HARP@hpd.nyc.gov

Click here to download the HARP NOFA (pdf)

Prospective Applicants should also download the Proposal Forms:

A.  Development Team Information and Questionnaire (Word)
B.   Management Questionnaire— rental only (Word)
C.   HARP financing proposal:

         1. Rental Pro Forma (Excel)  
         2.Coop and Condo Pro Forma (Excel)

Applying for State and Federal Housing Programs

 


Real Estate Owned Program (REO) Requests for Qualifications for Community Partners, Architects, and Contractors

Restored Homes HDFC (Restored Homes) is issuing Requests for Qualifications (RFQ) to determine the eligibility of experienced Community Partners, Architects, and Contractors to participate in the rehabilitation and sale of vacant foreclosed 1 to 4 family homes to low and moderate income families in New York City.

In 2008, Congress passed the Housing and Economic Recovery Act (HERA), which created the National Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP).  The NSP provides grants to States and localities for the redevelopment of foreclosed and abandoned homes.  The grants are intended to prevent further declines in neighborhoods most severely impacted by foreclosures.  The City of New York's Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) received a direct allocation of NSP funds which will be used to implement its 2008 Consolidated Plan: Addendum - Neighborhood Stabilization Program, focusing on acquiring, rehabilitating, and re-selling lender-owned real estate (REO) properties in the five boroughs. 

Restored Homes, through an affiliate organization Restoring Urban Neighborhoods LLC (RUN LLC), is working in collaboration with HPD, NYS Housing Finance Authority, the National Community Stabilization Trust and lenders/servicers to facilitate the transfer of REO property to qualified owner-occupants to help alleviate the destabilizing effects that the growing stock of vacant homes is having on many New York City neighborhoods.  Restored Homes will purchase and redevelop approximately 95 REO properties over a 36 month period.  In order to create the largest positive impact, the REO Program targets the areas of greatest need, based on the highest percent of foreclosures, high cost loans and lis pendens filings, for property acquisition, rehabilitation, and marketing of homes.  

In addition to accepting applications for the REO Program, Restored Homes will continue to accept applications for the Asset Control Area (ACA) Program.  Through the ACA Program, Restored Homes will purchase, rehabilitate and re-sell up to 90 FHA-foreclosed properties from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).  The ACA properties will be located in specific HUD-designated Revitalization Areas which are defined as neighborhoods in need of economic and community development where there is already a strong commitment by the local governments to address preservation of existing housing.  Applicants found eligible may be working in both programs simultaneously.

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS

              >  General Contractors (PDF) 

              >  Community Partners (PDF) 


              >  Architect and Architectural Services (PDF) 

Architect and Architectural Services (PDF)  Architect and Architectural Services (PDF)  Architect and Architectural Services (PDF) 

If you have any questions, please call at 212-584-8981 Ext. 0. 

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.

Supplementary Material

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.

 


Weatherization Assistance Program 

HPD Targeted Multifamily Portfolio Temporary Sub-grantee 

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS

The Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), on behalf of the City of New York, seeks to partner with a not-for-profit organization (the “Partner”) which would apply to the New York State Department of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR) to become a Temporary Weatherization Sub-grantee, responsible for allocating a portion of the $50,000,000 in American Reinvestment and Recovery Act (ARRA) funding made available by DHCR for Targeted Multi-Family Portfolios. HPD will support the application made by the selected Partner to DHCR to become a Temporary Sub-grantee to weatherize a portfolio of HPD-assisted buildings.   HPD intends to work with the Partner to facilitate the weatherization of approximately 4,000 units in its asset management portfolio.  This Request for Qualifications (“RFQ”) has been issued to determine the eligibility of responding individuals and organizations with which to enter into a partnership. 

Respondents who choose to download the RFQ at no charge must register online.  A copy of the RFQ may also be obtained via mail or in person from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at HPD located at 100 Gold Street, New York, NY 10038.  Respondents must register online at the HPD website or in person at HPD to receive any updates or additional communications regarding the RFQ.

Proposals and are due no later than 5:00 p.m. on August 14, 2009.  Detailed instructions are provided in the RFQ. 

Click Here to Register and Download the WAP HPD Targeted Multifamily Portfolio Temporary Sub-grantee RFQ  

Click here to download the RFQ Forms (Word)

 


 1951 Park Avenue Request for Proposals   

The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) is inviting developers to submit development Proposals for a mixed-use development in East Harlem comprising residential and community facility uses.

This RFP is in accordance with the Mayor’s New Housing Marketplace Plan, which responds to the changing housing needs of New York’s communities by committing to the new construction or rehabilitation of 165,000 housing units by 2013.  The proposed Projects serve the Plan’s critical goals of creating needed housing opportunities, maximizing affordability, making City-owned land available for private residential development, and, in turn, enhancing the City’s community revitalization efforts. 

Interested parties that choose to download the RFP using the link below must register.  Only those registered will receive any updates or additional communications regarding the RFP.  A hard copy of the RFP can be obtained at 100 Gold Street, Room 9G, New York, NY during business hours beginning Monday, September 15, 2008 for a $75 non-refundable fee in the form of a certified check or money order payable to the New York City Department of Finance.  The RFP contains a detailed description of the development program, requirements, guidelines, eligibility requirements, selection process, and submission requirements.

People with disabilities requiring special accommodations either to pick up the RFP or to deliver a complete application should contact the agency contact below so that the necessary arrangements can be made.

A pre-submission conference will be held at HPD, 100 Gold Street, Room 3H-1, New York, NY on Friday, September 26 at 10:00 AM.  Interested parties are strongly encouraged to attend the conference.  All proposals are due by hand no later than 4:00 PM on October 31, 2008.

Click here to download the 1951 Park Avenue RFP (pdf)

Click Here to Download the 1951 Park Avenue RFP Addendum I
Click Here to Download the 1951 Park Avenue RFP Addendum II
Click Here to Download the 1951 Park Avenue RFP Addendum III 
Click Here to Download the Current City Map of 1951 Park Avenue
Click Here to Download a Revised Aerial Map of 1951 Park Avenue
Click here to Download the 1951 Park Avenue Floor Plans

 

In addition to being included in the RFP, the Proposal Forms which make up Appendix H can be downloaded below. Submission note: Forms D1, D2, and F must be submitted as Excel files on CD, in addition to being submitted in hard copy.

A.  Completeness checklist and applicant’s letter (Word)
B.   Proposal summary 
(Excel)
C.   Development team information and Applicant questionnaire 
(Word)
D.       1. Development experience and current workload 
(Excel)
          2. Management experience and current workload  
(Excel)
          3. Management Questionnaire (
 Word)
E.   Assets statement
 (Word) 
F.    Financing Proposal
         1. Rental Pro Forma
 (Excel)
         2.
 Coop and Condo Pro Forma (Excel)  

Communications should be directed to:

Sara Levenson
HPD Office of Development
100 Gold Street, Room 9-G
New York, NY, 10038
E-mail: levensos@hpd.nyc.gov

 


Melrose Commons North Request for Proposals 
The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) is inviting developers to submit development Proposals for a mix of rental and homeownership housing, retail, and community space on three development parcels within the Melrose Commons Urban Renewal Area. 

This RFP is in accordance with the Mayor’s New Housing Marketplace Plan, which responds to the changing housing needs of New York’s communities by committing to the new construction or rehabilitation of 165,000 housing units by 2013.  The proposed Projects serve the Plan’s critical goals of creating needed housing opportunities, maximizing affordability, making City-owned land available for private residential development, and, in turn, enhancing the City’s community revitalization efforts.

Interested parties that choose to download the RFP using the link below must register.  Only those registered will receive any updates or additional communications regarding the RFP.  A hard copy of the RFP can be obtained at 100 Gold Street, Room 9I-2, New York, NY during business hours beginning Monday, September 8, 2008 for a $75 non-refundable fee in the form of a certified check or money order payable to the New York City Department of Finance.  The RFP contains a detailed description of the development program, requirements, guidelines, eligibility requirements, selection process, and submission requirements.

People with disabilities requiring special accommodations either to pick up the RFP or to deliver a complete application should contact the agency contact below so that the necessary arrangements can be made.

A pre-submission conference will be held at HPD, 100 Gold Street, Room 1R, New York, NY on Wednesday, September 24 at 10:00 AM.  Interested parties are strongly encouraged to attend the conference.  All proposals are due by hand no later than 4:00 PM on December 12, 2008.

Click here to download the Melrose Commons North RFP (pdf)

In addition to being included in the RFP, the Proposal Forms which make up Appendix F can be downloaded below. Submission note: Forms D1, D2, and F must be submitted as Excel files on CD, in addition to being submitted in hard copy.

A.  Completeness checklist and applicant’s letter (Word)
B.   Proposal summary (Excel)
C.   Development team information and Applicant questionnaire (Word)
D.       1. Development experience and current workload (Excel)
          2. Management experience and current workload (Excel)
          3. Management Questionnaire ( Word)
E.   Assets statement (Word) 
F.    Financing Proposal
         1. Rental Pro Forma (Excel)
         2.Coop and Condo Pro Forma (Excel)

Communications should be directed to:

Peter Madden
HPD New Construction Finance
100 Gold Street, Room 9-I2
New York, NY, 10038
E-mail: maddenp@hpd.nyc.gov

 


Third Party Transfer Round VIII Request for Qualifications
New York City Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) invites established real estate development firms and community based not-for-profit organizations, with experience in housing management and rehabilitation, to submit descriptions of their qualifications to acquire, rehabilitate, and manage tax foreclosed, privately-owned, distressed residential properties through HPD's Third Party Transfer (TPT) program.

New York City Housing Trust Fund Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) :
The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) announces the availability of $22.6 million in New York City Housing Trust Fund (HTF) monies for new construction or substantial rehabilitation projects that require subsidy to reach underserved households.

Interested parties may download the NOFA and application by clicking the links below.  The NOFA contains a detailed description of the program requirements, guidelines, eligibility requirements, selection process, and submission requirements.

Click here to download the NYC HTF NOFA Application (Excel)
Click here to download the HTF NOFA (PDF)

Affordable Housing for the Bronx Request for Proposals:
The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) and the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) are soliciting proposals to develop any combination of one, two, three or four sites located in the Bronx to provide affordable rental and homeownership housing.

Interested parties that choose to download the RFP using the link below must register.  Only those registered will receive any updates or additional communications regarding the RFP.  A hard copy of the RFP can be obtained at 100 Gold Street, Room 9G-10, New York, NY during business hours beginning Tuesday, September 11, 2007 for a $75 non-refundable fee in the form of a certified check or money order payable to the New York City Department of Finance.  The RFP contains a detailed description of the development program, requirements, guidelines, eligibility requirements, selection process, and submission requirements.

People with disabilities requiring special accommodations either to pick up the RFP or to deliver a complete application should contact the agency contact below so that the necessary arrangements can be made.

A pre-submission conference will be held at HPD, 100 Gold Street, 3rd Floor Law Library, New York, NY on Monday, September 24, 2007 at 11:00 AM.  Interested parties are strongly encouraged to attend the conference.  All proposals are due by hand no later than 4:00 PM on December 7, 2007.

Click here to download the Affordable Housing for the Bronx RFP (pdf)

Affordable Housing for the Bronx RFP Addendum I 

Affordable Housing for the Bronx RFP Addendum II

Forest Maps 
Highbridge Maps
Soundview Maps 
UAC Maps 

In addition to being included in the Affordable Housing for the Bronx RFP, Forms 1 through 8 can be downloaded below.  Submission note: Forms 4, 5, and 7 must be submitted as Excel files and in original formatting on disc. 

Form 1: Completeness Checklist (Word)
Form 2: Applicants Letter (Word)
Form 3: Applicant Description (Word)
Form 4: Residential Development Experience and Current Workload (Excel)
Form 5: Residential Management Experience (Excel)
Form 6: Assets Statement (Word)
Form 7: Financing Proposal (Excel)
Form 8: New Construction Sustainability Guidelines (Excel)

Communications should be directed to:
Peter Madden
HPD New Construction
100 Gold Street, Room 9G-10
New York, NY, 10038
Telephone: (212) 863-6992
Fax: (212) 863-5052
E-mail: maddenp@hpd.nyc.gov 

 


 

 

 

DeGraw Street Firehouse Redevelopment RFP:
New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (“HPD”) and New York City Economic Development Corporation (“NYCEDC”) are jointly seeking proposals for the rehabilitation and redevelopment of the former DeGraw Firehouse (“DeGraw Street” or the “Site”) located at 299 DeGraw Street in Brooklyn, New York. The purpose of this Request for Proposals (“RFP”) is to solicit proposals from prospective respondents (“Respondents”) interested in leasing and redeveloping DeGraw Street as a community facility. This RFP seeks only proposals to lease the Site; the Site will not be sold. Only proposals from not-for-profit community entities and not-for-profit cultural institutions will be accepted. Potential uses for DeGraw Street may provide office, workshop, classroom and multi-purpose space; community exhibition and meeting space; and performance and rehearsal space, among other uses.

 

 

HPD and NYCEDC plan to select a consultant on the basis of factors stated in the RFP which include, but are not limited to: the quality of the proposal, experience of key staff identified in the proposal, experience and quality of any subcontractors proposed, demonstrated successful experience in performing services similar to those encompassed in the RFP, and the proposed fee.
Download DeGraw Street Firehouse Redevelopment RFP:

Wythe Avenue Firehouse Redevelopment RFP:
New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (“HPD”) and New York City Economic Development Corporation (“NYCEDC”) are jointly seeking proposals for the rehabilitation and redevelopment of the former Wythe Avenue Firehouse (the “Site”) located at 134 Wythe Avenue in Brooklyn, New York. The purpose of this Request for Proposals (“RFP”) is to solicit proposals from prospective respondents (“Respondents”) interested in purchasing and redeveloping the Site as a community and/or cultural facility. Potential acceptable Respondents for the Site, include not-for-profit community entities and not-for-profit cultural institutions that provide the following general functions and programming:

• Not-for-Profit Community Entities: Real Estate Services and Home Improvement Assistance; Health, Safety and Human Services; Community Advocacy and Education; Workforce Development; and Historic Preservation.

• Not-for-Profit Cultural Institutions: Visual, Performing, Media and Other Arts Groups.

The redeveloped Site may provide office, workshop, classroom and multi-purpose space; community exhibition and meeting space; performance and rehearsal space, among other uses.

HPD and NYCEDC plan to select a consultant on the basis of factors stated in the RFP which include, but are not limited to: the quality of the proposal, experience of key staff identified in the proposal, experience and quality of any subcontractors proposed, demonstrated successful experience in performing services similar to those encompassed in the RFP, and the proposed fee.
Download Wythe Avenue Firehouse Redevelopment RFP

Public Place Site RFP:
The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) announces a Request for Proposals to build a mixed-use development consisting of community, commercial, and residential spaces to be located on 5.8 acres of land along the Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn. 

Click Here to Register and Download The Public Place Site RFP

Public Place RFP Addendum (I)
Public Place RFP Addendum (II)

New York City Housing Trust Fund Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA)

Chinatown/Lower East Side Acquisition Program:
The Chinatown/Lower East Side Acquisition Program provides assistance to pre-qualified non-profit organizations to preserve the affordability of housing in the Chinatown and Lower East Side neighborhoods.

  • HPD and NYCEDC Request for Proposals for Coney Island Mixed-Use Development Opportunity: The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) and the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) are pleased to invite experienced real estate developers to respond to a Request for Proposals (RFP) for a prime parcel of vacant City-owned land in Coney Island, Brooklyn.

     

  • Third Party Transfer Program Request for Qualifications: HPD invites established real estate development firms and community based not-for-profit organizations, with experience in housing management and rehabilitation, to submit descriptions of their qualifications to acquire, rehabilitate, and manage tax foreclosed, privately-owned, distressed residential properties through HPD's Third Party Transfer (TPT) program.

  • HUD-Owned Properties Request for Qualifications: The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), requests qualifications from established development firms and community based not-for-profit organizations with experience in housing management and rehabilitation to participate in the development and management of vacant and occupied, single and multi-family, HUD-owned properties through several programs operated by the Office of Development's Division of Homeownership and the Office of Housing Operations' Division of Alternative Management Programs (DAMP).

  • Request for Proposals for the Brook / Willis Apartments in the Mott Haven area of the Bronx: The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), in cooperation with the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), invites developers to submit proposals for development of an affordable rental housing development called Brook / Willis Apartments in the Mott Haven area of the Bronx. This development consists of eight vacant multi-family buildings with a total of 121 apartments located in an area that has benefited from a substantial investment of resources by the City in recent years for housing, public improvements, and economic development. DEADLINE: June 14, 2004.

  • Neighborhood Preservation Consultant Program Request for Proposals: HPD invites qualified, community-based not-for-profit organizations to submit proposals to provide Neighborhood Preservation Consultant services. HPD will contract with selected community-based not-for-profit organizations to provide early intervention and anti-abandonment services to privately owned buildings throughout the City. The consultants will work with HPD to recommend, develop and implement remedial strategies for distressed buildings. DEADLINE: January 26, 2004.

  • Sea View Senior Housing Project Request for Qualifications: HPD in cooperation with the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC) is issuing a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to select qualified developers for the Sea View Senior Housing Project in Staten Island. The project will be developed in an existing building that is owned by the City and leased to HHC located within the 70-acre campus of Sea View Rehabilitation and Home Facility. The building will either be sold or leased to the developer through a long-term lease and then will be rehabilitated to create a senior housing project containing approximately 100 dwelling units. DEADLINE:November 19, 2003

  • HPD and NYCHA Development Request for Proposals: 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. DEADLINE: September 22, 2003

  • Environmental Assessment Services Request for Proposals DEADLINE: September 2, 2003

  • Notice of Availability of Low Income of Low Income Housing Tax Credits (.PDF): HPD announces the availability of Low Income Housing Tax Credits for Calendar Year 2003, as authorized under Section 42 of the Internal Revenue Code. Persons or organizations who construct or rehabilitate rental housing that is (a) reserved for low-income occupancy and (b) located within the five boroughs of New York City may apply for allocations of 2003 Tax Credits. DEADLINE: May 16, 2003

  • Neighborhood Entrepreneurs Program Request for Qualifications: HPD, in conjunction with the non-profit Neighborhood Partnership Housing Development Fund Company (Neighborhood Partnership), requests qualifications from experienced for profit community based property owners and managers to manage, rehabilitate and acquire City-owned buildings to be maintained as affordable housing. The Neighborhood Entrepreneurs Program (NEP) is intended to enable small community-based owners and managers to increase their participation in local real estate markets in the South Bronx, Harlem, Bushwick and Central Brooklyn. DEADLINE: July 2, 2003




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