Failure to file a property registration annually and HPD violations may result in civil penalties imposed by the Housing Court if an owner fails to comply with the violation and certify the correction, or if the owner certifies correction falsely.
Affordable housing is coming to the neighborhood of Boerum Hill in Brooklyn! HPD is kicking off the public engagement and the Request for Proposals process for two City-owned sites currently used for parking on Nevins Street and 3rd Avenue. HPD is planning for both sites to have 100% affordable housing, with one serving older New Yorkers and the other prioritizing deeply affordable housing for families.
Two years after the release of the Where We Live NYC Plan—the culmination of an inclusive and comprehensive process to identify goals, strategies, and actions the City of New York will undertake to advance fair housing through 2025—we've made significant progress toward the plan's six goals.
Crafted with insight from New Yorkers who experienced homelessness, the blueprint focuses not just on creating homes but also on getting New Yorkers into them more quickly.
The blueprint is the first City housing plan to cover the entire spectrum of New Yorkers' housing needs and options.
Our mission is to promote quality and affordability in the city's housing, and diversity and strength in the city's neighborhoods.
We do this by:
Because every New Yorker deserves a safe, affordable place to live in a neighborhood they love.