Mayor Bill de Blasio joined Deputy Mayor Vicki Been, Louise Carroll, and HDC to announced that New York City secured 28,310 affordable homes through new construction and preservation deals in Fiscal Year 2021.
Your Home NYC remains on track to creating and preserving 200,000 affordable homes by the end of the administration and 300,000 affordable homes by 2026.
ERAP can provide up to 12 months of back rent paid plus 3 months of future rent and other assistance. All payments will be made directly to the landlord/property owner. Landlords can apply on tenant's behalf.
Learn more and apply at otda.ny.gov/erap
HPD, program and community partners, elected officials, and volunteers celebrated the start of an expanded Homeowner Help Desk -- a program that assists homeowners at risk of being displaced from their communities.
If you are a homeowner in need of support, call 1-855-HOME-456 or learn more at homeownerhelpny.org.
Property Owners: Starting in February 2021, Local Law 1 of 2004 applies to tenant-occupied, one- and two-unit buildings.
Under Local Law 1 (NYC's Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Act), property owners must inspect and remediate all potential lead-based paint hazards safely.
We've taken your feedback and designed a new version of NYC Housing Connect to make the affordable housing process easier, more accessible, and user-friendly.
New features include: more affordable housing opportunities, customizable search, enhanced application process, streamlined selection process, and a user friendly design.
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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: