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  • Cedars Project, Bronx

    A LAMP development located in the Longwood Historic District of the Bronx. Includes 22 studios, 39 one-bedrooms and 32 two-bedrooms

  • Randolph Houses, Central Harlem

    HUD, NYCHA, HPD & Join Trinity Financial, WHGA, Enterprise And Partners To Celebrate The Start Of Redevelopment At Randolph Houses.

  • Far Rockaway, Queens

    HDC Joins The Arker Companies, HUD And Partners To Celebrate The Preservation of Oceanview, Oceanside And Heyson Gardens Apartments.

  • Livonia Commons, Brooklyn

    Mayor De Blasio Joins Dunn Development, Arts East New York and Partners Break Ground on Livonia Commons




Mayor De Blasio Joins Dunn Development, Arts East New York And Partners To Break Ground On Livonia Commons

NEW YORK, April 7, 2014 - Mayor Bill de Blasio today joined developers and community partners to break ground on Livonia Commons, the first phase of a major new multi-phase project in East New York, the Livonia Avenue Initiative, that will create more affordable housing, local jobs and space for community organizations to grow. The Livonia Avenue Initiative will create a total of nearly 791 affordable apartments when all phases are complete... Read More


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


HDC Green Building

NYCHDC logo    HDC has launched a new green financing program to facilitate eligible energy improvements and clean heat conversions.The Program for Energy Retrofit Loans (PERL) will provide financing for capital improvements that assist building owners in their efforts to comply with Local Law 87 and DEP rules enacted pursuant to Local Law 43, which are essential components of PlaNYC’s Greener, Greater Buildings Plan.  Please see the Corporation’s “Green Building” tab to learn more about this new program and other efforts by the Corporation to contribute to energy efficiency and clean energy in New York City


2012 Annual Report

ar-2011.jpg    Building Momentum: HDC and its for-profit and not-for-profit allies have accomplished a great deal over the last remarkably productive 10 years. Despite a crippling economic downturn, from July 2003 through the close of the 2012 calendar year, under Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg’s visionary New Housing Marketplace Plan, HDC has financed 353 developments with 68,953 units by investing $6.3 billion in senior position loans and devoting $1.2 billion of its corporate reserves to worthy projects. More than that, through all its activities, over the same period, HDC financed a total of 112,304 units. We were able to build this momentum and achieve these results thanks to the support, dedication and tenacity of our partners – most notably the City’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development.Download a pdf of the report here.