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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: 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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MAYOR DE BLASIO NOMINATES ERIC ENDERLIN FOR PRESIDENT OF HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION - CURRENT PRESIDENT GARY RODNEY TO BECOME CHAIRMAN OF CREA

NEW YORK—New York, NY – Mayor Bill de Blasio today nominated Eric Enderlin for President of the Housing Development Corporation (HDC), which plays a critical role in the preservation and creation of affordable apartments. Enderlin is currently Deputy Commissioner at the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), where he oversees the agency’s Office of Development. Enderlin has been a crucial leader in the City’s record-breaking efforts to build and protect affordable housing. Enderlin’s nomination will be voted on by the HDC board. HDC’s current president, Gary Rodney, is leaving to become Chairman of CREA, LLC, a national low income housing tax credit syndicator. ... Read More

DE BLASIO ADMINISTRATION ANNOUNCES $135 MILLION RENOVATION AND PRESERVATION OF ABOUT 550 APARTMENTS FOR LOW-INCOME FAMILIES IN HARLEM

NEW YORK—New York, NY – Mayor Bill de Blasio, the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC), the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), today join Tahl Propp Equities (TPE), Bellwether Enterprise Real Estate Capital LLC (Bellwether Enterprise) and Enterprise Community Investment Inc. (Enterprise), both subsidiaries of Enterprise Community Partners, Inc., to announce the closing of a deal to finance the acquisition and renovation of five affordable housing properties with a combined total of 18 buildings containing a total of 549 apartments in Harlem ... Read More

MAYOR DE BLASIO, ATTORNEY GENERAL SCHNEIDERMAN AND NEW YORK CITY AND STATE OFFICIALS JOIN THE BRIDGE TO CELEBRATE THE GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY FOR A NEW SUPPORTIVE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT IN THE MELROSE SECTION OF THE BRONX

NEW YORK—Mayor Bill de Blasio, Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman, the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), the Housing Development Corporation (HDC), the Department of Veterans’ Services, and other City and State officials join The Bridge and their development partners to announce the start of construction on the Melrose Commons Supportive Housing development in the Bronx. Located at 425 East 161st Street, the new building will provide permanent supportive housing for 58 homeless adults with special needs, with a preference for veterans. One million dollars of the project funding came from settlement monies generated from investigations spearheaded by New York State Attorney General Schneiderman into abuses of tax incentive programs ... 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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