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NextGeneration Neighborhoods

Centered on resident and community stakeholder engagement, the NextGen Neighborhoods program enables NYCHA to generate revenue to reinvest back into our development sites and across NYCHA by leveraging a 50-50 split of market-rate and affordable housing units. Stakeholder input will inform the size, scope and potential revenues generated by the construction of new housing units. Residents will have a voice in setting the priorities for capital repairs at the buildings participating in the NextGen Neighborhoods program.

Community Engagement

NYCHA is engaged in a comprehensive stakeholder engagement campaign through the beginning of 2016 to inform and answer questions raised by residents and the community on the NextGen Neighborhoods program. The Authority continues to facilitate an ongoing dialogue and regularly seek resident feedback about the program’s overall goals. As a community-driven process, resident ideas, priorities and expectations will be at the forefront as NYCHA shares information, listens and addresses resident concerns as engagement moves forward.

Primary communication goals of this process:

  • Transparency: clearly identify specific outcomes proposed for each development site from the onset.
  • Priority Setting: collect resident input on their vision and goals for their community.
  • Trade-offs: outline direct and indirect benefits and constraints of the program in relation to priorities set by residents.

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