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Apply for Affordable Housing Online

Housing Connect   NYC Housing Connect lets New Yorkers fill out a single online application that can be saved and edited, and used to apply to multiple new affordable housing lotteries. Please visit www.nyc.gov/housingconnect

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Housing New York 2.0

Housing New York 2.0  

Mayor Bill de Blasio released Housing New York 2.0, expanding the City’s housing plan to reach a goal of 300,000 affordable homes created or preserved by 2026.  Building on four successful years under the original plan, the accelerated pace will be achieved through the implementation of several new initiatives outlined in the “2.0” report…Read More

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Housing New York: Three Years Of Progress

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City officials have released a progress report describing the policies and programs advancing the goals of the Mayor’s Housing New York Plan. Three years in, a record-breaking 62,506 affordable residences have been financed toward the ten-year 200,000 goal ...Read More

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Housing New York: A Five- Borough, Ten-Year Plan

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All New Yorkers deserve a safe and affordable place to live, in a neighborhood that provides opportunities to succeed. Mayor de Blasio has made the goal of providing every New Yorker with safe, affordable housing a top priority of his administration, and has committed the City to “build or preserve nearly 200,000 affordable units, and help both tenants and small landlords preserve the quality and affordability of their homes.” ...Read More


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HPD COMMISSIONER MARIA TORRES-SPRINGER AND HDC PRESIDENT ERIC ENDERLIN ANNOUNCE TEAM TO BUILD OVER 900 PERMANENTLY AFFORDABLE APARTMENTS AT HUNTER’S POINT SOUTH PARCELS F&G

November 17, 2017, NEW YORK— New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) Commissioner Maria Torres-Springer, and Housing Development Corporation (HDC) President Eric Enderlin announce the selection of a development team led by the Gotham Organization and RiseBoro to develop two sites, referred to as Parcels F and G, in Hunter’s Point South, Queens. The development plan includes the creation of over 1,120 new apartments with a diverse mix of affordability levels and senior housing. It will also feature local retail, a community facility, arts and cultural space, and water-based recreational space to complement a kayak launch and adjacent waterfront park currently under construction by the New York City Economic Development Corporation (EDC). A new primary school will be built by the New York City School Construction Authority adjacent to Parcel F... Read More

FEDERAL, STATE, AND CITY OFFICIALS JOIN PROJECT RENEWAL TO BREAK GROUND ON BRONX SUPPORTIVE AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FEATURING ROOFTOP FISH AND PRODUCE GARDEN AND LIVING GREEN FAÇADE

November 16, 2017, NEW YORK— The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA), the New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC), New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH), Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, and TD Bank today joined Project Renewal at a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the start of construction on Bedford Green House in the Bedford Park section of the Bronx. The $58.8 million, 118-unit development will provide supportive and affordable housing for more than 160 residents, including families, singles, and seniors... Read More

HOUSING NEW YORK 2.0: MAYOR DE BLASIO RELEASES NEW ROAD MAP TO BUILD OR PRESERVE 300,000 AFFORDABLE HOMES

November 15, 2017, NEW YORK— Mayor Bill de Blasio today released his “Housing New York 2.0” plan laying out new tools and programs to build and preserve affordable homes for 300,000 New York families – up from the previously announced goal of 200,000 homes. Under the accelerated and expanded plan, the City will boost the number of affordable homes for seniors and families to an unprecedented 25,000 per year, while also increasing resources and strategies for affordable homeownership programs and not-for-profit organizations purchasing rent-regulated buildings to preserve affordability...  Read More

HPD AND HDC ANNOUNCE DEVELOPMENT PLANS FOR CHESTNUT COMMONS, A MIXED-USE COMMUNITY-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT WITH 274 AFFORDABLE HOMES

October 27, NEW YORK— New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) Commissioner Maria Torres-Springer and Housing Development Corporation (HDC) President Eric Enderlin announce the designation of the Dinsmore-Chestnut site in East New York, Brooklyn a joint venture between MHANY Management, the Urban Builders Collaborative, and the Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation (CHLDC). The development proposal, named Chestnut Commons, includes the creation of 274 affordable apartments that will be affordable to formerly homeless, extremely low-, very low-, and low-income households. The mixed-use development will also create a number of opportunities through a rich multi-layered set of community-oriented offerings such as programming by ARTS East New York, CUNY Kingsborough Community College, and more... Read More

MAYOR DE BLASIO TO COMPLETE AFFORDABLE HOUSING PLAN 2 YEARS AHEAD OF SCHEDULE, ACCELERATE PACE AND EXPAND GOALS

October 24, NEW YORK— Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced that his administration is now on track to build and protect 200,000 affordable homes by 2022, two years ahead of schedule. With the addition of new tools, programs and funding, the City will ramp up to securing 25,000 affordable apartments annually by 2021 and beyond—a pace it has never before reached. With that machinery in place, the City is taking on a new goal: 300,000 such apartments by 2026, enough for the entire population of Boston or Seattle.... Read More

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2015 Annual Report
 

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Foundation for a Brighter Future.  HDC’s 2015 Annual Report explores the many forward-looking programs and initiatives we have launched to meet the goals of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s ambitious Housing New York Plan.  Our report highlights HDC’s comprehensive approach to addressing the City’s affordable housing crisis, including our work to:  foster thriving, diverse, and sustainable neighborhoods; finance innovative new construction for New Yorkers at a mix of incomes; lock-in affordability through aggressive preservation of the City’s existing affordable housing stock; and protect our most vulnerable residents through innovative supportive housing developments.  HDC is leveraging an array of traditional financing tools, and inventing new ones to lay the foundation for a brighter future for a more affordable New York City. View the 2015 Annual Report

 

 

 

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