Permanent Affordability Commitment Together (PACT):
PACT Projects


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Developments selected to be a part of the Permanent Affordability Commitment Together (PACT) program will receive much needed renovations, residents will have access to employment opportunities affiliated with the repairs, and on-site social services will be enhanced.

What is PACT?

Through PACT, developments will be included in the federal Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) and convert to a more stable, federally funded program called Project-Based Section 8. This allows NYCHA to unlock funding to complete comprehensive repairs, while also ensuring homes remain permanently affordable and residents have the same basic rights as they possess in the public housing program.

PACT depends on partnerships with private and non-profit development partners, who will be selected based on resident input. Once the property is converted to Project-Based Section 8, NYCHA will lease the land and buildings to the development partners, who will conduct the repairs, serve as the new on-site property manager, and provide enhanced social services and community programs.

Nearly 9,500 homes have been modernized

Over $1.8 billion in capital repair work completed across the city

49 active PACT projects

PACT Projects- Active Projects

Use the drop down menu or map below to select a development. You can learn about the status of PACT at that development, estimated cost of repairs, and other development specific information. Some developments will have their own webpage for residents to learn more about the process at that site.



PACT Projects- Development List

Use the drop down menu or map below to select a development. You can learn about the status of PACT at that development, estimated cost of repairs, and other development specific information. Some developments will have their own webpage for residents to learn more about the process at that site.



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