RFPs, RFQs, RFEIs

RFPs / RFQs / RFEIs

Consult this page to learn more about development opportunities on public sites, and see below the open Requests for Proposals (RFPs), Requests for Qualifications (RFQs), and Requests for Expressions of Interest (RFEIs). 

For designations, please also visit our featured projects filter.

 

Open Requests

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ANCP, TPT-TP & Special Projects RFP

ANCP, TPT-TP & Special Projects RFP
Submission deadline: rolling

This RFQ is for qualified not-for-profit and for-profit organizations to participate in the rehabilitation and management of multifamily residential properties through HPD’s Affordable Neighborhood Cooperative Program, Third Party Transfer – Tenant Petition Cooperatives, and other Special Projects. HPD invites qualified individuals and organizations to submit descriptions of their qualifications to rehabilitate and create affordable cooperatives through these programs.

Inclusionary Housing Program Administering Agent RFQ

Inclusionary Housing Program Administering Agent RFQ
Submission deadline: rolling

HPD is seeking qualified not-for-profit organizations to submit RFQs for the provision of services by an Inclusionary Housing Program Administering Agent.

Jerome-Anthony Av RFP

Jerome-Anthony Av RFP
Submission deadline: 04/07/2020

HPD invites developers to submit proposals to develop high-quality and sustainable affordable housing developments on two sites in Bronx Community District 4, located in Southwestern Bronx.

Mitchell-Lama Property Management RFQ

Mitchell-Lama Property Management RFQ
Submission deadline: rolling

HPD is seeking to identify applicants for consideration as property managers to assume property management responsibilities for Mitchell-Lama developments in HPD's Division of Housing Supervision’s portfolio.

Planning and Development Resources RFQ

Planning and Development Resources RFQ
Submission deadline: rolling

HPD regularly receives inquiries from non-profits, faith-based organizations, and other private owners who have developable land and a mission-driven interest in providing affordable housing and community facilities, but who lack the required real estate development experience to carry through a deal. Through the Planning and Development Resources RFQ, HPD seeks to provide a list of qualified consultants who can guide such owners through the pre-development and/or construction phases to develop or preserve high-quality, affordable housing or mixed-use projects on their sites.

Preservation Buyer RFQ

Preservation Buyer RFQ
Submission deadline: rolling

The objective of this RFQ is to create a resource so that HPD may refer prospective sellers of property, community-based organizations, and others as deemed appropriate to the Qualified List when seeking a Qualified Preservation Buyer who will purchase the property and extend any underlying affordability restrictions.

PBV Existing Projects RFP

PBV Existing Projects RFP
Cycle 3 submission deadline: 01/15/20

This RFP is for the awarding of Section 8 Project Based Vouchers (PBVs).

PBV New Construction Projects RFP

PBV New Construction Projects RFP
Cycle 3 submission deadline: 01/15/20

This RFP is for the awarding of Section 8 Project Based Vouchers (PBVs).

Property Pathways RFEI

Property Pathways RFEI
Submission deadline: 03/20/20

This RFEI is for proposals identifying existing vacant or partially vacant buildings in order to provide affordable permanent housing for formerly homeless and other rent-burdened households.

Submissions Under Review

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Broadway and 31st St. Astoria Seniors RFP

Broadway and 31st St. Astoria Seniors RFP
Submission deadline: 12/19/19

HPD invites developers to submit proposals to develop affordable housing for seniors on a Department of Transportation (DOT)-managed municipal parking lot located on 31st Street at Broadway in Astoria, Queens.

East Harlem RFP

East Harlem RFP
Release date: 08/08/2019
Submission deadline: 11/26/2019

HPD invited developers to submit proposals for the development of two high-quality, sustainable, and mixed-use affordable housing developments in the East Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan. The RFP is the product of the East Harlem Housing Plan, which is part of the East Harlem Neighborhood Planning Study Implementation.

NYCHA NextGen Neighborhoods - La Guardia Houses RFP

NYCHA NextGen Neighborhoods - La Guardia Houses RFP
Release date: 03/01/2018
Submission deadline: 06/01/2018

NYCHA and HPD invited developers to submit proposals for the development of mixed-income housing at La Guardia Houses. The RFP is the outcome of extensive resident and community stakeholder engagement as part of NYCHA’s NextGen Neighborhoods program, which will generate revenue to be reinvested back into the development sites and across NYCHA’s portfolio by leveraging a 50-50 split of market-rate and affordable housing units.

The La Guardia Houses RFP is informed by a significant planning and engagement process with NYCHA residents that began in April 2017 and that will continue through developer selection, pre-development, construction and leasing. The project described throughout this RFP reflects the community needs and neighborhood goals NYCHA heard repeatedly in community outreach and canvassing, community visioning workshops, and NYCHA resident engagement meetings. The recommendations identified through this engagement process are captured in the Community Visioning document.

The RFP development site is located on the La Guardia Houses NYCHA campus in Manhattan Community District 3. The development site is approximately 18,000 square feet and bounded by Madison Street, the NYCHA campus and the Little Flower Playground.

Monitor of Housing Development Fund Corporation Cooperatives RFQ

Monitor of Housing Development Fund Corporation Cooperatives RFQ
Release date: 11/22/2016
Submission deadline: 01/17/2017

HPD is currently reviewing submissions for qualified not-for-profit and for-profit organizations to participate in the monitoring of Housing Development Fund Corporation (HDFC) cooperatives created through HPD's Affordable Neighborhood Cooperative Program (ANCP), Third Party Transfer (TPT) Tenant Petition Program, and HDFC cooperatives that already exist under the review of HPD's Office of Asset Management and are entering into new regulatory agreements with HPD.

Monitors qualified under this RFQ will appear on a list from which HDFC cooperatives will choose a qualified Monitor. HPD expects to qualify more potential Monitors than available cooperatives. Therefore, some qualified Monitors will not be selected. HPD reserves the right to negotiate with any number of qualified Monitors, accept or reject any or all applications received as a result of the RFQ, or postpone or cancel the RFQ in part or in its entirety.

NextGeneration NYCHA - 100% Affordable Housing Development Sites RFP

NextGeneration NYCHA - 100% Affordable Housing Development Sites RFP
Release date: 06/01/2017
Submission deadline: 08/11/2017

NYCHA and HPD are currently reviewing proposals from a Prequalified List (PQL) for NYCHA's 100 Percent Affordable program for Site 4.

Site 4 - Harbor View Terrace, is a parcel (portion of Block 1084, Lot 9) of NYCHA-owned land bounded by West 55th Street, NYCHA’s Harborview Terrace Building, West 56th Street, and a six-story commercial building. The goal for Harborview Terrace is to build affordable housing for families.

Primary Prevention Program RFQ

Primary Prevention Program RFQ
Release date: 02/24/2017
Submission deadline: 03/09/2017

HPD is currently reviewing submissions in response to the Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the Lead Hazard Reduction Demonstration Grant of 2017 by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The grant provides funding of HPD's Primary Prevention Program (PPP). PPP offers federally funded grants for lead treatment to owners of single and multifamily buildings constructed prior to 1960.

HPD intends to respond to the grant and will work with Community Based Organization(s) to undertake outreach to local building owners and residents in specific neighborhoods in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens, listed in the RFQ.

Resilient Homes RFP

Resilient Homes RFP
Release date: 11/29/2018
Submission deadline: 02/01/2019

HPD invited developers to submit proposals to develop up to four clusters of new construction homeownership projects in Staten Island, Queens, and Brooklyn. The sites are to be developed as affordable housing for first-time homeowners under HPD’s Open Door term sheet. Each site is located within the FEMA 100-Year Floodplain and requires compliance with NYC Building Code Appendix G: Flood-Resistant Construction. The Sites will be conveyed in vacant condition to the selected Respondent(s).

Sea View Healthy Community RFEI

Small Projects Contractor RFQ

Small Projects Contractor RFQ
Release date: 12/19/2018
Submission deadline: 02/06/2019

HPD requested Statements of Qualification from contractors to perform moderate rehabilitation of affordable housing projects financed by HPD for scopes of work totaling less than $1 million. HPD is prequalifying firms to support small and mid-sized building owners (3-50 units) and low-cost projects to successfully implement needed rehabilitation and energy efficiency work. HPD is particularly looking to support small building owners (between 3-15 units), and expects the bulk of projects that will use the list of prequalified firms to bid out scopes that typically consist of the replacement of 3-4 building systems (i.e. boiler, windows, roof, electrical, façade, plumbing) and total less than $500,000. The objective of this effort is to broaden the pool of qualified firms to work on HPD-financed projects and streamline the building owners’ contract and bidding process for smaller moderate rehabilitation projects that HPD finances.

Third Party Transfer Program Round X, Multifamily Preservation Loan Program RFQ

Third Party Transfer Program Round X, Multifamily Preservation Loan Program RFQ
Release date: 03/13/2017
Submission deadline: 04/24/2017

HPD is currently reviewing submissions for the rehabilitation and management of multifamily residential properties through the agency's Third Party Transfer (TPT) Program, Multifamily Preservation Loan Program (MPLP), and Rental Special Project.

HPD expects to qualify more potential developers than available properties. Therefore, some qualified developers will not be selected. HPD reserves the right to negotiate with any number of qualified developers, accept or reject any or all applications received as a result of the RFQ, or postpone or cancel the RFQ in part or in its entirety.

Designated Projects

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425 Grand Concourse RFP

425 Grand Concourse RFP
Release date: 06/29/2015
Submission deadline: 09/28/2015
Designation date: 04/28/2016

HPD announced the designation of the 425 Grand Concourse site to a development team comprised of Trinity Financial and MBD Community housing Corporation (MBD). The team's high-quality, mixed-use and mixed-income development plan includes the creation of 241 units of housing affordable to low- and moderate-income families.

97 West 169th Street RFP

97 West 169th Street RFP
Release date: 12/21/2018
Submission deadline: 04/04/2019
Designation Date: 12/05/19

HPD announced the designation of 97 West 169th Street to a development team lead by the West Side Federation for Senior and Supportive Housing (WSFSSH). The team's 60,000 square-foot mixed-use building will feature 100 affordable homes for seniors and a federally-qualified health center on the ground floor that will be open to the public.

Affordable Housing for NextGeneration NYCHA Sites RFQ

Affordable Housing for NextGeneration NYCHA Sites RFQ
Release date: 12/20/2014
Submission deadline: 03/20/2015
Designation date: 10/29/2015

NYCHA and HPD announced the Prequalified List (PQL) of developers for NYCHA's "100 Percent Affordable" program. This list was intended to increase participation of a diverse range of developers, including nonprofits and Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprises (M/WBEs).

Beach 21st Street RFP

Beach 21st Street RFP
Release date: 12/20/2014
Submission deadline: 03/20/2015
Designation date: 10/29/2015

Big Ideas for Small Lots NYC

Big Ideas for Small Lots NYC

Big Ideas for Small Lots NYC is a two-stage design competition for small-scale, urban infill housing. The competition is organized by the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) and the American Institute of Architects New York (AIANY), and seeks to address the challenges associated with the design and construction of affordable housing on underutilized City-owned land.

Learn more at the Big Ideas for Small Lots NYC website: nyc.gov/SmallLots

Broadway Triangle RFP

Broadway Triangle RFP
Release date: 06/01/2018
Submission deadline: 10/01/2018
Designation date: 03/19/2019

HPD announced the designation of the Broadway Triangle development site to Unified Neighborhood Partners, a development team comprised St. Nicks Alliance, RiseBoro Community Partnership, Southside United Housing Development Fund Corporation - Los Sures, United Jewish Organizations of Williamsburg (UJO), and Mega Contracting. The development proposal includes plans to construct five entirely new affordable buildings that will have a combined total of 387 new apartments that will serve extremely low-, very low-, and low-income, and formerly homeless households.

Each of the five buildings are planned to be designed to achieve Passive House certification. The proposal also includes development plans for landscaped courtyards, a plaza, and programmed rooftops. The project is expected to receive financing through the City’s Extremely Low- and Low-income Affordability (ELLA) program. The apartments will include a mix of studio, one, two, three, and four bedroom units.

Brownsville RFP

Brownsville RFP
Release date: 08/23/2017
Submission deadline: 12/18/2017
Designation date: 07/26/2018

HPD announced the designation of the development teams identified through the Brownsville Request for Proposals (RFP), for over 880 units to be built on three City-owned sites. Each site focused on one specific theme that addresses the key priorities and goals identified by the community during the Brownsville Planning process and published in the Brownsville Plan in June 2017.

Site A: The Brownsville Arts Center and Apartments (BACA)
Site B: Glenmore Manor Apartments
Site C: Livonia 4

Clinton/Hell's Kitchen RFP

Clinton/Hell's Kitchen RFP
Release date: 04/09/2018
Submission deadline: 07/13/2018
Designation date: 02/13/2019

HPD announced the selection of development teams to build approximately 260 units of affordable housing on two City-owned sites in the Clinton/Hell's Kitchen section of Midtown Manhattan. The RFP sought proposals for two mixed-use, affordable housing developments in the heart of New York City, surrounded by a commercial corridor, parks, transit, and cultural institutions.

Site A: 806 9th Avenue
Site B: 705 10th Avenue

Community-Based Retrofit Accelerator RFP

Community-Based Retrofit Accelerator RFP
Release date: 02/05/2013
Submission deadline: 03/06/2013
Designation date: 03/27/2016

NYCEDC, in conjunction with the Mayor's Office of Sustainability and HPD, selected BlocPower to develop and implement the Community-Based Retrofit Accelerator. The selection was mode on the basis of factors stated in the RFP which include, but are not limited to: the quality of the proposal, demonstrated successful experience in performing services similar to those encompassed in the RFP, the proposed fee, and plans for encouraging participation by minority and women-owned business enterprises in connection with the services provided.

The three-year outreach and assistance program will focus on targeted neighborhoods where there are overlapping affordability and energy efficiency needs. To learn more, visit Community Retrofit NYC.

Community Land Trust RFEI

Community Land Trust RFEI
Release date: 01/09/2017
Submission deadline: 02/28/2017
Designation date: 07/19/2017

HPD announced that $1.65 million will be granted to created and expand Community Land Trusts (CLTs) in New York City through Enterprise's new Community Land Trusts Capacity Building Initiative.

A CLT is a non-profit organization formed to own land and to maintain control and oversight of houses or rental buildings located on the land. The CLT’s land ownership, paired with a governance structure that reflects the interests of CLT housing residents and the broader community, can offer a unique housing model that empowers residents and neighborhoods. The CLT sells the buildings to qualified buyers but retains ownership of the land to preserve the long term affordability of its housing resources. The grant will provide funding to three CLTs to meet affordable housing development and neighborhood revitalization goals, including one to support affordable homeownership citywide, but primarily in southeast Queens, Edgemere, and central Brooklyn. The award will also fund a CLT Learning Exchange for community-based organizations and affordable housing developers seeking to form CLTs in their neighborhoods. Funding for the initiative comes from a bank settlement negotiated by New York State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman.

One of the selected CLTs includes a group of local organizations focused on affordable homeownership, which has the potential to facilitate long-term affordability and resilient land management in Edgemere and other neighborhoods. This will help advance one of the goals of the Resilient Edgemere Community Plan, which was to identify City-owned sites in the neighborhood that could be developed by a CLT.

HPD applied to Enterprise to fund New York City organizations with proposals to support the formation and expansion of CLTs across the City that would serve a variety of geographies and communities.

Awardees include:

  • Interboro CLT, a partnership of the Center for NYC Neighborhoods, the Urban Homesteading Assistance Board (UHAB), the Mutual Housing Association of New York (MHANY), and Habitat for Humanity, seeks to strengthen communities through the development and stewardship of affordable homeownership for low-income households in southeast Queens, Edgemere, and central Brooklyn, with a long-term goal to expand citywide.
  • Cooper Square CLT, the only existing CLT in New York City, which has been the land steward of a low-income mutual housing association on the Lower East Side for over 20 years, and is looking to expand its portfolio to acquire and develop distressed buildings.
  • East Harlem / El Barrio CLT is working with affordable housing developer Banana Kelly to acquire and rehabilitate a group of buildings for low-income rental housing in East Harlem that would be owned and operated as a CLT.

The New York City Community Land Initiative, in partnership with the New Economy Project, will administer a CLT Learning Exchange designed to build the capacity of community-based organizations and affordable housing developers seeking to form CLTs. The program will provide foundational training in forming a CLT and more targeted technical assistance for groups at various stages of the CLT process.

There are currently many different models of CLTs in use across the country, and the agency received a robust set of responses from different organizations, communities, and individuals suggesting various types of proposals for CLTs. The agency applied to Enterprise for funds to support organizations that will provide training on CLT formation and to CLTs that are ready to pursue development projects that further the goals of Housing New York. At the same time, HPD will continue to dispose of development sites through an open, competitive RFP process, and welcomes CLTs to respond to future RFPs.

Over the next 24 months following the designation, grants will fund operations and start-up support as well as capital projects. HPD will work closely with awardees and continue to support the potential for CLT growth in New York City.

Dinsmore Chestnut RFP

Dinsmore Chestnut RFP
Release date: 12/21/2016
Submission deadline: 03/22/2017
Designation date: 10/27/2017

HPD and HDC announced the designation of the Dinsmore-Chestnut site in East New York, Brooklyn, named Chestnut Commons, that will include 274 apartments that will be affordable for formerly homeless, extremely low-, very low-, and low-income households. The development will be led by a joint venture between MHANY Management, the Urban Builders Collaborative, and the Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation (CHLDC).

Former Slaughter House Site Redevelopment RFP

Former Slaughter House Site Redevelopment RFP
Release date: 08/31/2015
Submission deadline: 12/11/2015
Designation date: 05/08/17

The New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) announced the designation for the Former Slaughter House site that will be developed by Radson Development, in a joint venture with Kingspoint Heights Development. The project will include 230 units of affordable housing, 200,000 square feet of commercial office space, a 12,000 square foot grocery, over 88,000 square feet of dormitory space and more than 28,000 square feet of amenity space that will include a health club, food court, and laundry facility.

Prior to the site's current use as an NYPD surface-parking lot, it was the location of a slaughterhouse constructed in 1905 and owner and operated by the New York Butchers' Dressed Meat Company. In the late 1950s the slaughterhouse ceased to be operation and was used as a warehouse and office building from the 1960s through the late 1970s. A move to confer landmark status to the slaughterhouse ended in 1988 and the building was demolished thereafter.

As part of the City’s efforts to expand economic and workforce opportunities, responses to this RFP were required to comply with a comprehensive workforce and procurement program that supports communities and helps create job opportunities, especially those that enable low-income New Yorkers to participate in the City’s economic growth. This includes the utilization of NYCEDC’s HireNYC program for disadvantaged workers, as well as contracting goals for minority and women-owned business enterprises, and requirements with respect to living wage and prevailing wage.

Grant Avenue Municipal Lot RFP

Grant Avenue Municipal Lot RFP
Release date: 05/24/2018
Submission deadline: 09/10/2018
Designation date: 03/04/2019

HPD announced the designation of the Grant Avenue Municipal Lot site to Thorobird Companies along with non-profit partner Bangladeshi American Community Development and Youth Services (BACDYS). The plans include 167 units of modular housing, maufactured by Brooklyn-based FullStack Modular, and a new community medical center. This Request for Proposal (RFP) is the first disposition of City-owned land under the City’s modular construction initiative announced under Housing New York 2.0.

Greenpoint Hospital RFEI

Greenpoint Hospital RFEI
Release date: 08/31/2017
Submission deadline: 12/07/2017
Designation date: 09/13/2018

HPD announced the designation of the historic Greenpoint Hospital site into a new mixed-use development that will feature approximately 512 units of affordable housing and a new building of ran existing shelter to serve 200 New Yorkers experiencing homelessness. St. Nicks Alliance, a prominent local community development corporation, and The Hudson Companies Incorporated will lead the development of this project in partnership with Project Renewal, a nonprofit organization that works with homeless New Yorkers.

Housing Retention and Stabilization Services RFQ

Housing Retention and Stabilization Services RFQ
Release date: 01/14/2019
Submission deadline: 02/15/2019
Designation date: 03/04/2019

HPD announced the selection of the Pre-Qualified List (PQL) of Housing Rentention and Stabilization Services. The list of Qualified Housing Retention and Stabilization Services providers are qualified to assist formerly homeless households moving into HPD-assisted New Construction projects. The purpose is to assist these households to a) make a successful transition to permanent housing, and b) maintain tenancy in the affordable housing unit, and c) achieve further stabilization via a connection to additional services.

Hunter's Point South Parcels F&G RFP

Hunter's Point South Parcels F&G RFP
Release date: 06/02/2016
Submission deadline: 09/01/2016
Designation date: 11/17/2017

HPD announced the designation of Hunter's Point South Parcels F and G that will include the creation of 1,120 apartments with a diverse mix of affordability levels and senior housing. The development will be led by the Gotham Organization and RiseBoro.

Inwood Affordable Housing and Library Development Project RFP

Inwood Affordable Housing and Library Development Project RFP
Release date: 08/25/2017
Submission deadline: 11/20/2017
Designation date: 03/06/2018

HPD, HDC, and The New York Public Library (NYPL) announced development plans for Inwood Library - 175 deeply affordable apartments and a new public library to be owned and operated by the New York Public Library. The development will also feature community programming through an onsite Activities, Culture, Training (ACTS) Center and a brand new Universal Pre-Kindergarten (UPK) facility that will be operated by the New York City Department of Education (DOE). Informed by community input after months of community engagement and neighborhood planning exercies through the Inwood Affordable Housing and Library Planning Process, the development plan establishes the renewed Inwood Library Branch as the core of the new building.

Livonia Avenue Initiative Phase II RFP

Livonia Avenue Initiative Phase II RFP
Release date: 04/07/2014
Submission deadline: 07/11/2014
Designation date: 12/04/2014

HPD announced the designation of the Livonia Avenue Initiative Phase II site to the development team of BRP Companies, HELP USA, the Local Development Corporation of East New York (LDC ENY), and the Community Solutions organization. The development team's plan includes four new mixed-use buildings with a total of 288 affordable apartments, and was the first to be financed under the City's Extremely Low and Low-Income Affordability (ELLA) program.

M/WBE Building Opportunity RFP

M/WBE Building Opportunity RFP
Release date: 11/24/2015
Submission deadline: 02/23/2016
Designation date: 01/12/2017

HPD announced the designation of six teams, some of which participated in the agency's Building Opportunity Initiative, to develop vacant, City-owned sites in Brooklyn, the Bronx, and Manhattan, for the creation of 100% affordable housing.

The proposals will result in the creation of about 440 total affordable apartments, including one supportive housing project, one senior housing project, and housing for homeless New Yorkers. In addition, the plans involve various uses, including local farm and fresh food services, a high school leadership academy, an LGBT community center, and tech incubator.

461 Alabama Avenue
1921 Atlantic Avenue
1510 Broadway
784 Courtlandt Avenue
1490 Southern Boulevard
263-267 West 126th Street

The development of these properties was specifically restricted to respondents from the Pre-Qualified List of M/WBE Developers.

M/WBE RFQ

M/WBE RFQ
Release date: 12/20/2014
Submission deadline: 03/20/2015
Designation date: 10/29/2015

HPD announced the selection of the Pre-Qualified List of M/WBE Developers for the design and construction of high-quality, affordable housing development projects on public sites that were available for disposition. The developers were eligible to compete for the M/WBE Building Opportunity RFP.

Modular NYC - RFI and/or RFEI

Modular NYC - RFI and/or RFEI
Release date: 03/01/2018
Submission deadline: 05/02/2018
Designation date: 11/16/2018

RFI

The City requested information from parties across the real estate development spectrum and across geographies that have specific experience, knowledge, or insight into the modular construction process. The City was particularly interested in (i) learning from market participants knowledgeable about mid-rise plus (4+ story) multifamily, supportive, and senior housing development; (ii) assessing the modular manufacturing community’s capacity to deliver modules to the city; and (iii) exploring innovative applications of modular construction for public projects.

RFEI

In addition to seeking general industry input into urban multifamily modular construction, the City invited expressions of interest for modular affordable housing construction on private sites within the five boroughs, or on previously designated public sites where modular construction could be utilized within the existing design framework. The City’s goal is to support the use of innovative modular design and technology that lowers costs and waste, while increasing the speed of construction of affordable housing.

HPD announced the designation of the Modular NYC site in Far Rockaway, Queens, to Radiant Development LLC. Radiant proposes to develop a mixed-use development that provides affordable housing, retail, parking, and community facilities. The proposal will produce 80 units at a range of incomes untilizing modular construction methods by Full Stack Modular, the only New York City-based full service design and construction modular manufacturer. Designed by Magnusson Architecture and Planning, the development team proposes a 10-story, 104,026 square feet rectangular-shaped building. The will be 65 below-grade parking spots and an interior courtyard with planting and green space. The site at 10-25 Beach 20th Street is a set of parcels including vacant land and parking facilities.

Mott Elizabeth Streets RFP

Mott Elizabeth Streets RFP
Release date: 09/14/2016
Submission deadline: 12/14/2016
Designation date: 12/08/2017

HPD and HDC announced development plans for 121 new deeply affordable and energy-efficient senior apartments and public space at the Mott-Elizabeth Streets site in the Nolita neighborhood of Manhattan. Haven Green will be developed by Penrose Properties, LLC, Habitat for Humanity New York City (Habitat NYC), and RiseBoro Community Partnerships, Inc.

NextGeneration NYCHA - 100% Affordable Housing Development Sites RFP

NextGeneration NYCHA - 100% Affordable Housing Development Sites RFP
Release date: 06/01/2017
Submission deadline: 08/11/2017
Site 2 and 3 designation date: 01/25/2018
Site 1 designation date: 06/14/2018

On January 25, 2018, NYCHA announced the designation of developers under its 100 Percent Affordable program for Sites 2 and 3.

NYCHA selected Selfhelp Community Services, RiseBoro Community Partnership, and Urban Builders Collaborative to develop a 10-story senior housing building at Site 2 - Sumner Houses in Brooklyn. This project will create 197 affordable housing units and provide more than 20,000 square feet of community space for residents. Sumner contributes to Housing New York 2.0’s “Seniors First” program, a commitment to build senior housing on NYCHA-owned land. For the duration of the 99-year ground lease, the apartments at Sumner Houses will be affordable to extremely low, very low, and low-income individuals earning up to $40,080.

In addition, NYCHA selected Settlement Housing Fund and Joy Construction to develop 172 affordable housing units at Site 3 - Twin Park West in the Bronx , where the newly constructed homes will be affordable for low- to moderate-income households earning up to $68,720 for a family of three. This project will provide 11,000 square feet of retail space, including a restaurant and training facility, and 1,000 square feet of social service space overseen by BronxWorks.

Next Generation NYC - Mott Haven RFP

Next Generation NYC - Mott Haven RFP
Release date: 06/27/2016
Submission deadline: 09/30/2016
Designation date: 04/21/2017

The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) and HPD announced the selection of two teams to develop 100 percent affordable housing apartments for seniors and families at NYCHA's Betances V and Betances VI in the Mott Haven neighborhood of the South Bronx.

Next Generation NYC - Seniors First RFP

Next Generation NYC - Seniors First RFP
Release date: 11/02/2017
Submission deadline: 03/15/2018
Designation date: 03/11/2019

The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) and HPD announced the designation of Xenolith Partners, The Kretchmer Companies, ELH Mgmt., and the Jewish Association Serving the Aging (JASA) for a 100 percent senior affordable housing project in the Bronx, and Blue Sea Development Company and Gilbane Development Company’s for 100 percent senior affordable housing in Brooklyn.

NextGeneration NYCHA RFP

NextGeneration NYCHA RFP
Release date: 07/01/2015
Submission deadline: 09/30/2015
Designation date: 05/05/2016

NYCHA and HPD announced the designation of three development teams to expand affordable housing opportunities at three NYCHA developments: Van Dyke Houses in the Bronwsville neighborhood of Brooklyn (left), Ingersoll Houses in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn (center), and Mill Brook Houses in the Mott Haven neighborhood of the Bronx (right).

NIHOP and NCP RFQ

NIHOP and NCP RFQ
Release date: 07/01/2015
Submission deadline: 09/30/2015
Designation date: 05/05/2016

HPD announced the selection of development teams for Round 1, to create approximately 182 rental and homeownership units in the Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brownsville, and Bushwick neighborhoods of Brooklyn; and the Lower East Side of Manhattan.

HPD announced the selection of development teams for Round 2, to create over 430 rental and homeownership units in the Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brownsville, and East New York neighborhoods of Brooklyn; the Fordham and Melrose sections of the Bronx; and the Central Harlem section of Manhattan.

HPD announced the selection of development teams for Round 3, to create nearly 500 rental and homeownership units in the Brownsville, Bedford-Stuyvesant, East New York, and Weeksville neighborhoods of Brooklyn; the Morrisania, East Tremont, Morris Heights, and Melrose neighborhoods of the Bronx, South Jamaica in Queens, and East Harlem in Manhattan.

NYCHA NexGen Neighborhoods RFP

NYCHA NexGen Neighborhoods RFP
Release date: 06/27/2016
Submission deadline: 09/30/2016
Site 1 designation date: 01/25/2018
Site 2 designation date: 5/17/2018

On May 17, 2017, NYCHA announced the selection of the developer for Site 2 - Holmes Tower. Fetner Properties was selected as the developr for the first NextGeneration (NextGen) Neighborhoods site, which is on the grounds of the Holmes Towers in Manhattan. Fetner was chosen in part due to its commitment to community-focused features in its proposal, including new playgrounds and open space and a new recreational and community center for local residents. This mixed-income development will be the first of its kind as a part of NYCHA's NextGen plan to raise critical revenue necessary to keep the Authority's buildings stading and its residents in their homes.

NYCHA announced the selection of the developer for Site 1 - Wyckoff Gardens. Arker Companis and Two Trees were selected to develop two 16-story mixed-income buildings at Wyckoff Gardens in Brooklyn totaling 500 units. Both builidngs will have 50 percent market-rate and 50 percent affordable housing for low-income households earning up to $51,540 for a family of three. This development will bring NYCHA $37 million upon closing, with $18.5 million directly invested into Wyckoff Gardens – covering nearly half of the complex’s $43 million in outstanding capital repair needs. The additional $18.5 million will be invested across other NYCHA developments to make critical repairs.

ShareNYC RFI and/or RFEI

NYCHA NexGen Neighborhoods RFP
Release date: 11/01/2018
Submission deadline: 03/14/2019
Site 1 designation date: 01/25/2018
Site 2 designation date: 10/08/2019

HPD announced the selection of three shared housing proposals through ShareNYC. The selected proposals were submitted by Ascendant Neighborhood Development and Ali Forney Center, L+M Development Partners and Common, and Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation and PadSplit. ShareNYC will allow HPD to expand its ability to develop and preserve high-quality, affordable housing using various models.

Spofford RFP

St. Ann's Avenue/East 142nd Street RFP

St. Ann's Avenue/East 142nd Street RFP
Release date: 02/17/2015
Submission deadline: 05/22/2015
Designation date: 01/14/2016

HPD and HDC announced the selection of a team led by The Community Builders, Inc., to develop the St. Ann's Avenue / East 142nd Street site.

SustaiNYC RFP

SustaiNYC RFP
Release date: 05/23/2016
Submission deadline: 08/23/2016
Designation date: 02/07/2017

HPD announced the designation of the SustaiNYC, East 111th Street development site to a development team led by Jonathan Rose Companies including L+M Development Partners and several community partners.