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U3A selected by HPD as a Pre-Qualified Pre-Qualified Owner’s Representative

U3A was selected by the New York City Department of Housing Preservation & Development (HPD) as a Pre-Qualified Owner’s Representative for non-profit, faith-based property owners seeking to develop or preserve high quality affordable housing or mixed use projects. The Pre-Qualified List (PQL) of Owner’s Representatives is intended to serve as a resource for mission-driven owners seeking to procure an Owner’s Representative for real estate consulting services.The list is the result of a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) process which evaluated each respondent’s technical expertise, experience, and capacity required to represent Owners in the project management, planning, developing, financing, and managing of multifamily affordable housing in New York City. Previous experience on projects that have received financing from HPD and/or the New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC) was required, and prior real estate development experience working with faith-based or non-profit organizations was preferred. For more information on the PQL of Owner’s Representatives click here.


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