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New Program Termsheets

   

New Financing Application

   
Termsheets     New Financing Application    

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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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2016 Annual Report

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Built to Last – 45 Years of Affordable Housing Solutions.  The 2016 Annual Report celebrates HDC’s long and distinguished history of serving New York City’s affordable housing needs amidst an ever-changing and often challenging landscape. In this special anniversary edition report, we walk through four and a half decades of our history, highlighting some of the key programs and notable developments that have become hallmarks of HDC’s success. The 2016 report is a timely reflection on our tradition of innovation and legacy of endurance as we lay the foundations for the next phase of affordable housing to ensure a more fair and equitable New York City.
 View the 2016 Annual Report

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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


News

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AFFORDABLE HOUSING COMMUNITY FOR SENIORS OPENS IN FAR ROCKAWAY JUST IN TIME FOR HOLIDAYS

New York - November 20, 2018  – [Far Rockaway, New York] – 154 seniors and their families will get the keys to their very own affordable homes in Far Rockaway just in time for the holidays, thanks to a new development, ‘Beach Channel Senior Apartments’ by The Arker Companies, opened today with a ribbon cutting alongside City Council Member Donovan Richards, HPD Commissioner Maria Torres-Springer, Borough President Melinda Katz, additional City officials and the development’s new residents... Read More

CITY CELEBRATES TOPPING OUT OF CONSTRUCTION ON NEW YORK’S FIRST LGBT-FRIENDLY AFFORDABLE SENIOR HOUSING

New York - November 16, 2018  – [Fort Greene, Brooklyn] – The New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC), the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), and the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) today joined SAGE, BFC Partners, and other project partners to celebrate the topping out of construction of Ingersoll Senior Residences, one of NYCHA’s first 100 percent Affordable Housing Program developments. The new building is New York City’s first LGBT-friendly affordable senior housing and the largest such development in the nation... Read More

CITY SEEKS PROPOSALS FROM COMMUNITY-BASED ORGANIZATIONS FOR PARTNERS IN PRESERVATION PILOT

New York - November 9, 2018  – New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC), Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), and Enterprise Community Partners (Enterprise) announce the release of a competitive Request for Proposals (RFP) seeking submissions from community-based organizations to develop and coordinate anti-displacement strategies with local stakeholders, tenants, and government partners. First proposed as part of Housing New York 2.0, the Partners in Preservation pilot will make available a total of $1.47 million to be awarded to community-based organizations, divided equally among three pilot areas in the Bronx and Upper Manhattan... Read More