HPD, with the Mayor's Clergy Advisory Council, the Community Affairs Unit, and other partner agencies, hosted an event to share information about the tools and resources available to protect and expand neighborhood affordability, including HPD’s Pre-Qualified List for property owners seeking professional guidance with affordable housing development.
HPD, elected officials, and partners celebrate the groundbreaking for energy-efficient affordable homes for seniors in Corona, Queens.
Corona Senior Residence will be the first Passive House-certified project for affordable senior housing nationwide, with 68 apartments and a preschool on the ground floor.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Commissioner Vicki Been announced the opening of The Residences at PS 186, a 79-unit mixed-use affordable housing project that is also home to a more than 11,000-square-foot state-of-the-art clubhouse for the Boys and Girls Club of Harlem (BCGH).
HPD and NYC officials joined with MacQuestern Development, LLC to celebrate the groundbreaking for Van Sinderen Plaza.
The new project will transform two vacant lots into a two-building complex featuring 130 affordable units, retail, and community space.
Mayor de Blasio and HPD Commissioner Been announced a series of new affordable housing lottery rules in the new Marketing Handbook.
Restrictions on the use of credit scores, personal assets and recognizing special challenges residents of homeless shelters face ensure that affordable housing reaches the New Yorkers who need it most.