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Rehabilitation of Affordable Apartments
Find out about Department of Housing Preservation and Development programs to construct or improve apartments in the City.
See the Construction and Permits FAQ
Request for Proposals/Qualifications/Offers
The Department of Housing Preservation and Development lists current and archived Requests for Proposals (RFPs) and Requests for Qualifications (RFQs) on the Department website.
Housing Education Program
The Housing Education Program (HEP) provides training to residential property owners, managers, and superintendents as well as building maintenance training for young people.
Housing Preservation and Development Forms for Developers
Download RFPs and RFQs, Income Tax Credit and tax incentive applications, and various program application forms from the Department of Housing Preservation and Development.
Housing Preservation and Development Publications for Developers
The Department of Housing Preservation and Development provides a variety of developer-focused publications online, including information on tax incentives, City programs, and codes and regulations.
Codes and Reference
The Department of Buildings offers information on building safe decks, plumbing and construction permits, and the City building code.
Loft Board Forms
Download application and certification forms from the City's Loft Board.
Mayor's Housing Plan
Find out about various City programs designed to increase the amount of affordable housing throughout the boroughs.
Sign up for email alerts about apartments and homes for sale or rent
Public Site Development
Learn more about the City's residential development programs, including those for neighborhood redevelopment, large-scale development, and vacant City-owned buildings.
Vacant Land Development
Find out how to develop vacant land in New York City through the Department of Housing Preservation and Development.
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