Community Development

NYCHA closes on $245M funding deal to build Libeskind’s affordable homes


From Real Estate Weekly:

The city has finalized a $245 million financing package to bring to life two new affordable housing developments, including one designed by world famous architect Daniel Libeskind.

Together, Casa Celina in the Bronx and Atrium at Sumner in Bed-Stuy, will create 393 new affordable apartments for New York seniors.

NYCHA Finalizes Deals to Construct 393 Units of Affordable Senior Housing Units in the Bronx and Brooklyn


From the New York City Housing Authority's press release:

The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA); the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD); and the NYC Housing Development Corporation (HDC) have finalized two deals that will bring 393 new affordable senior apartments to the Soundview neighborhood in the Bronx and the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood in Brooklyn through the pending groundbreakings of the Casa Celina and Atrium at Sumner housing development projects.

Santa Clara County agency preps affordable homes development, studies HQ move


From The Mercury News:

The Santa Clara County Housing Authority is preparing to develop the first phase of a development that could bring several hundred affordable homes to the eastern edges of downtown San Jose.

At the same time, the Housing Authority’s new executive director, Preston Prince, is undertaking a full evaluation of a proposal to shift the agency’s headquarters to a north San Jose office building that it bought in December 2020.

Columbus MHA announces record-setting $134 million effort to provide more affordable housing opportunities for Columbus-area elderly, people with disabilities and low-income households


From the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority's press release:

The Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) announced today a $134 million plan to award 20-year contracts to six Ohio-based nonprofit affordable housing providers for a record-setting combined total of 817 federally funded vouchers targeted toward creating additional permanent supportive housing for the elderly, people with disabilities and low-income households.

DCA Announces Neighborhood Preservation Program Expansion (NJ Dept. of Community Affairs)


From the Cape May County Herald:

The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA) June 17 announced that the Neighborhood Preservation Program (NPP) is now accepting applications from municipalities and their partner nonprofit organizations to join the program. 

According to a release, the application cycle is open to eligible municipalities that currently do not have an active NPP district.

Fort Worth Housing Solutions Unveils Plan for 339-Unit Mixed-Income Apartments in North Fort Worth Named After Opal Lee


From Fort Worth Magazine:

Fort Worth Housing Solutions, the city’s public housing authority, and the nationally recognized developer AMTEX have completed a deal to build a 339-unit mixed-income apartment community off Westport Parkway and what will become far North Beach Street.

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