Crafted with insight from New Yorkers who experienced homelessness, the blueprint focuses not just on creating homes but also on getting New Yorkers into them more quickly.
The blueprint is the first City housing plan to cover the entire spectrum of New Yorkers' housing needs and options.
Thanks to recently passed state legislation, HPD is now accepting submissions of potential hotels for conversion to permanent affordable or supportive housing. If you are interested in converting a hotel to housing, please complete the hotel information form.
HPD, NYCHA, and HDC announced plans and partners to build approximately 195 deeply affordable homes for seniors on an underused section of the Morris Houses II campus in the Morrisania neighborhood of the Bronx.
Sol on Park will include a new community health center, a nutrition education facility, and career-training spaces.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced the team who will lead his administration’s affordable housing strategy:
Adolfo Carrión Jr. will serve as Commissioner of HPD, Eric Enderlin will continue serving as the President of the Housing Development Corporation (HDC), and Jessica Katz will lead the team as the City's Chief Housing Officer.
Established in 1978, the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) promotes the quality and affordability of the city's housing and the strength and diversity of its many neighborhoods.
HPD works to achieve this mission by:
The City has many resources to help you find a safe and affordable place to live.
An online resource to help renters access resources to prevent evictions and remain stably housed.
Safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines are available to all New Yorkers 6 months and older.