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Expanding Affordable Housing

The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) is working in coordination with the City's Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) and Housing Development Corporation (HDC) to take advantage of the full complement of available housing programs to achieve the Mayor's goal of 6,000 affordable housing units on NYCHA property.

NYCHA's inventory of vacant land and available development rights provides NYCHA with significant opportunities:

1. Underutilized public housing property can be a catalyst for new affordable development a wide range of new development including: 

  • Family or senior rental housing
  • Homeownership housing
  • Retail to meet local shopping needs and/or
  • Schools and other community facilities

2. Monies obtained for this property will be reinvested to preserve existing public housing.

Below are links to NYCHA's current development portfolio, which includes completed projects, projects in construction and pre-development projects. You will need the Adobe Reader to view the PDF links below.

Completed Projects
Projects in Construction
Pre-Development Projects