The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) invites developers to submit proposals for a new construction project in the Nolita section of Manhattan.
The Site is owned by the City of New York and located near the intersection of Mott Street and Spring Street in the Nolita neighborhood of Manhattan within Community District 2 (Block 493, Lot 30). The Project must include affordable housing for seniors that both meets the economic needs of the community and furthers fair housing by promoting economically diverse neighborhoods. The Development must also include quality commercial and/or community facility uses, as well publicly-accessible open space.
Interested parties that choose to download the RFP using the link below must provide their contact information. Only those who provide their contact information will receive updates or additional communications regarding the RFP. The RFP contains a detailed description of the development program, requirements, guidelines, eligibility requirements, selection process, and submission requirements.A pre-submission conference will be held on Thursday, October 6th, 10:00 AM at HPD, 100 Gold Street, Room 8F-14, New York, NY 10038. HPD strongly recommends that interested Applicants attend this pre-submission conference. Those planning on attending the conference must RSVP at the following link:
People with disabilities requiring special accommodations to attend the pre-submission conference should contact Evan Easterbrooks-Dick at the email address below.
All proposals are due in hand no later than 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December 14th, 2016. Detailed instructions are provided in the RFP
All communications must be IN WRITING to: Evan Easterbrooks-Dick NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development Office of Neighborhood Strategies 100 Gold Street, Room 9X New York, NY 10038 MottElizRFP@hpd.nyc.gov
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