NIHOP& NCP RFQ

Release date: 12/12/2014
Submission deadline: 2/19/2015
Round 1 designation date: 3/21/2017
Round 2 designation date: 7/24/2017

Designation

In March, 2017, HPD announced the selection of development teams for Round 1, to create approximately 182 rental and homeownership units in the Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brownsville, and Bushwick neighborhoods of Brooklyn; and the Lower East Side of Manhattan. 

In July, 2017, HPD announced the selection of development teams for Round 2, to create over 430 rental and homeownership units in the Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brownsville, and East New York neighborhoods of Brooklyn; the Fordham and Melrose sections of the Bronx; and the Central Harlem section of Manhattan.

Round 3 is currently under review.  

RoundBoroughCluster# of Sites~UnitsDeveloper(s)
1 Brooklyn Bedford-Stuyvesant I Cluster 2 39 St. Nick's Alliance and Bed-Stuy Restoration
1 Brooklyn Bedford-Stuyvesant II Cluster 2 44 St. Nick's Alliance and Bed-Stuy Restoration
1 Brooklyn Brownsville North/Ocean Hill 2 32 East Brooklyn Congregations in partnership with MLappin & Associates and the Marcal Group
1 Brooklyn Bushwick II Cluster 2 23 St. Nick's Alliance and RiseBoro Community Partnership
1 Manhattan Lower East Side Cluster 2 44 Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE)
2 Brooklyn Bedford-Stuyvesant Central & North Cluster 21 74 Shelter Rock Builders, LLC.
2 Brooklyn Brownsville North & South Cluster 13 59 Fifth Avenue Committee and Habitat for Humanity
2 Brooklyn Brownsville South Cluster 4 40 JMR Residential Development and Alembic Community Development
2 Brooklyn Brownsville South Cluster 4 40 JMR Residential Development and Alembic Community Development
2 Manhattan Central Harlem I&II Cluster 11 108 Lemor Realty and Iris Development
2 Bronx East New York North Cluster 6 41 East Brooklyn Congregations (EBC)
2 Bronx Fordham-Belmont Cluster 1 44 BronxPro Group, LLC.
2 Bronx Melrose Cluster 11 68 MHANY Management

Release

HPD announced the invitation of developers to submit qualifications for the design and construction of high-quality, new construction, affordable housing development projects on public sites located in neighborhoods across the City of New York that will be available for disposition:

(1) one- to four-family affordable homes and up to approximately 14-unit condominiums/cooperatives. The homeownership developments may be eligible for financing through the New Infill Homeownership Opportunities Program (NIHOP).

(2) small (approximately 15- to 30-unit) affordable multifamily rental developments. Small rental projects may be eligible for financing through the Neighborhood Construction Program (NCP).

A pre-submission conference was held at HPD, 100 Gold Street, 1R, New York, NY on January 9, 2015 at 10:00 a.m.

RFQ Forms

NIHOP & NCP RFQ Registration and Download

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