Neighborhood Planning
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  • Multiple City agencies are organizing various Community Visioning Workshops in neighborhoods across New York City.
  • Click here to learn more about the planning process in these neighborhoods and to get engaged.
Mayor de Blasio Delivers Remarks at NYSAFAH Housing for All Conference
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  • NYSAFAH's Annual Conference is the premier gathering of agencies, developers, and affordable housing professionals from around the country.
  • Click here for the video and transcript of the Mayor's remarks
NYCHA and HPD select three development teams to build 100 percent affordable hou
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  • The developments teams will expand affordable housing opportunities at three NYCHA developments in Brooklyn and the Bronx: Ingersoll Houses, Van Dyke Houses, and Mill Brook Houses
  • The developments are in response to resident calls for more affordable housing options in their communities
East New York Community Plan Approved
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  • On April 20, 2016, the City Council approved the East New York rezoning proposal with modifications
Historic Housing Legislation Passes
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  • Mayor Bill de Blasio, joined by First Lady Chirlane McCray, United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julián Castro, and City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito led a rally in Foley Square in Manhattan to celebrate the MIH and ZQA legislation passed by City Council on March 22, 2016

Housing New York

A key element of the Housing New York: A Five-Borough, Ten-Year Plan is to foster diverse, livable neighborhoods by identifying opportunities for affordable housing in all five boroughs, and harnessing affordable housing investments to generate quality jobs.

The Department of Housing Preservation and Development is working with the Department of City Planning, the Department of Transportation, the Department of Parks and Recreation, and additional City agencies, to organize Community Visioning Workshops in neighborhoods across New York City. “These workshops are valuable opportunities for local residents to have their voices heard as we collectively work toward building a more affordable, vibrant and dynamic city,” Mayor de Blasio said.

View the Neighborhoods page to learn more about the various neighborhoods where the City is working to develop neighborhood plans. For upcoming workshops, view the HPD events calendar.