HPD Commissioner Maria Torres-Springer, City officials, and partners celebrate the start of construction of 168 units of affordable senior housing at 1880 Boston Road in the Bronx.
The project is one of the first to benefit from the city's Zoning for Quality and Affordability (ZQA) amendment - the most significant zoning overhaul in 55 years.
HPD and HDC announce 655 affordable apartments to be built in the new 100% affordable passive house development in East Harlem.
The development will include Harlem YMCA, Mount Sinai, Union Settlement, a supermarket, existing gardens, a restaurant, and a new 85,000 suqare foot DREAM charter school.
Every three years, HPD and the U.S. Census Bureau conduct the New York City Housing and Vacancy Survey (NYC-HVS) to help secure better, more affordable, and safer housing for millions of New Yorkers.
The NYC-HVS is done by New Yorkers, for New Yorkers. Each household represents 170 households, so if selected, make yours count!
City officials release new report describing the policies and programs advancing the goals of the Mayor's housing plan.
Three years in, thoughtful reforms to policy and new programs have resulted in the financing of a record-breaking 62,506 affordable residences toward the ten-year 200,000 goal.
Three years in, the City has extended affordability for decades to come at 41,600 homes and spurred the construction of 20,800 new affordable apartments.
The City financed more affordable housing in 2016 than in any time in the past 25 years.