General contractors, developers, and architects are selected to partner on rehabilitation and development programs through competitive Request for Qualifications (“RFQ”) processes. Please download and review the appropriate document below that details the requirements and qualifications necessary.

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General Contractors

HomeFix Program
General Contractor Request For Qualifications 

This Request for Qualifications (“RFQ”) is being issued by Restored Homes Housing Development Fund Corporation (“Restored Homes”) to identify experienced General Contractors interested in participating in a home repair program that seeks to provide affordable, low interest and forgivable home repair loans to owner-occupants of 1- to 4- family homes in New York City. This RFQ is being issued on behalf of the HomeFix Program, a consortium of non-profits led by the Center for New York City Neighborhoods (“the Center”), the entity that will serve as the HomeFix Program (“Program”) Administrator in partnership with the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (“HPD”) and Enterprise Community Partners (“Enterprise”).

Qualified General Contractors will be selected from among the list of Applicants who qualify through this RFQ. It is important to note that not all Applicants deemed qualified may be selected to participate in the Program.

Questions and inquiries can be addressed to the e-mail address indicated on the cover of attached RFQ.

ISSUE DATE: November 12, 2019

SUBMISSION DUE DATE: Submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

HomeFix General Contractor Request for Qualifications

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Basement Apartment Conversion Pilot Program
General Contractor Request For Qualifications 

This Request for Qualifications (“RFQ”) is being issued by Restored Homes Housing Development Corporation (“Restored Homes”) seeking the services of qualified General Contractors to participate in a pilot program that seeks to renovate and legalize illegal basement/cellar apartments in 1 to 3 family homes in East New York, Brooklyn, Community Board 5. This program will be overseen by a consortium of non-profits called the East New York Base Collaborative, of which Restored Homes is a member.

Qualified applicants will be selected from among the list of respondents who qualify through this RFQ. Selection under this RFQ indicates only that Restored Homes has determined that such applicants met the requirements set forth in this RFQ. It is important to note that not all applicants deemed qualified may be selected to participate in the program.

Questions and inquiries can be addressed to the e-mail address indicated on the cover of attached RFQ.

ISSUE DATE: March 22, 2019

SUBMISSION DUE DATE: April 5, 2019

BACPP General Contractor RFQ with Local Law Intro 1004-A

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Small Homes Rehab – NYCHA Program
General Contractor Request For Qualifications 

This Request for Qualifications (“RFQ”) is being issued by Restored Homes Housing Development Fund Corporation (“Restored Homes”) and its subsidiary, Restoring Urban Neighborhoods LLC (“RUN, LLC”) to determine the eligibility of experienced General Contractors to participate in the rehabilitation of vacant 1- to 3- family homes that Restored Homes will purchase from the New York City Housing Authority (“NYCHA”) and New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (“HPD”). Upon the NYCHA and HPD transfer of ownership of these homes to Restored Homes, qualified General Contractors will be selected from among the list of Applicants who qualify through this RFQ.

This RFQ has been issued to determine the eligibility of responding organizations (“Applicants”) to serve as General Contractors in the development of the homes within the required specified timetable. After purchasing the properties, Restored Homes will be responsible to undertake all predevelopment activities, oversee rehabilitation and sell the properties directly to low-to-moderate income families within a very strict timeframe. For assistance with the development and construction processes, Restored Homes will contract with selected General Contractors. These General Contractors will be directly responsible for planning and executing the rehabilitation plans in collaboration with a green building consultant and Restored Homes. The General Contractors’ workload is dependent upon the scopes of work for each building.

Selection of Applicants under this RFQ means only that Restored Homes has determined that such Applicants meet the requirements set forth in this RFQ to participate in Small Homes Rehab – NYCHA Program and that Restored Homes may elect to execute a contract with such Applicants regarding the Development of homes. A pre-qualified list of General Contractors will be compiled from which Restored Homes will select to work on the rehabilitation of these vacant homes. It is important to note that not all Applicants deemed qualified will be selected to participate in the Program.

ISSUE DATE: April 10, 2017

RFQ RESPONSE DUE DATE: Submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

NYCHA General Contractor RFQ with Forms

For more information please contact: info@neighborhoodrestore.org

Architects

HomeFix Program
Architects/Special Inspectors Request For Qualifications 

This Request for Qualifications (“RFQ”) is being issued by Restored Homes Housing Development Fund Corporation (“Restored Homes”) to identify experienced Architects/Special Inspectors interested in participating in a home repair program that seeks to provide affordable, low interest and forgivable home repair loans to owner-occupants of 1- to 4- family homes in New York City. This RFQ is being issued on behalf of the HomeFix Program, a consortium of non-profits led by the Center for New York City Neighborhoods (“the Center”), the entity that will serve as the HomeFix Program (“Program”) Administrator in partnership with the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (“HPD”) and Enterprise Community Partners (“Enterprise”).

Qualified Architects and Special Inspectors will be selected from among the list of Applicants who qualify through this RFQ. It is important to note that not all Applicants deemed qualified may be selected to participate in the Program.

Questions and inquiries can be addressed to the e-mail address indicated on the cover of attached RFQ.

ISSUE DATE: November 12, 2019

SUBMISSION DUE DATE: Submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

HomeFix Architect Request for Qualifications

For more information please contact: info@neighborhoodrestore.org

 

Basement Apartment Conversion Pilot Program
Architect/Structural Engineer Request For Qualifications 

This Request for Qualifications (“RFQ”) is being issued by Restored Homes Housing Development Fund Corporation (“Restored Homes”) seeking the services of qualified Architects/Structural Engineers to participate in a pilot program that seeks to renovate and legalize illegal basement/cellar apartments in 1 to 3 family homes in East New York, Brooklyn, Community Board 5. This program will be overseen by a consortium of non-profits called the East New York Base Collaborative, of which Restored Homes is a member.

Qualified applicants will be selected from among the list of respondents who qualify through this RFQ. Selection under this RFQ indicates only that Restored Homes has determined that such applicants met the requirements set forth in this RFQ. It is important to note that not all applicants deemed qualified may be selected to participate in the program.

Questions and inquiries can be addressed to the e-mail address indicated on the cover of attached RFQ.

ISSUE DATE: March 22, 2019

SUBMISSION DUE DATE: April 5, 2019

BACPP Architect/Structural Engineer RFQ wth Local Law Intro 1004A and BSA package

For more information please contact: info@neighborhoodrestore.org

 

Small Homes Rehab – NYCHA Program
Architect Request For Qualifications

This Request for Qualifications (“RFQ”) is being issued by Restored Homes Housing Development Fund Corporation (“Restored Homes”) and its subsidiary, Restoring Urban Neighborhoods LLC (“RUN, LLC”) to determine the eligibility of experienced Architects to participate in the rehabilitation of vacant single family homes that Restored Homes will purchase from the New York City Housing Authority (“NYCHA”) and New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (“HPD”). Upon the NYCHA and HPD transfer of ownership of these homes to Restored Homes, qualified Architects will be selected from among the list of Applicants who qualify through this RFQ.

This RFQ has been issued to determine the eligibility of responding organizations (“Applicants”) to serve as Architects in the development of NYC properties within the required specific timetable. After purchasing the properties, Restored Homes will be responsible to undertake all predevelopment activities, oversee rehabilitation and sell the properties directly to low-to-moderate income families within a very strict timeframe. For assistance with the development and construction processes, Restored Homes will contract with selected Architects. These Architects will be directly responsible for planning and executing the rehabilitation plans in collaboration with a green building consultant and Restored Homes. The Architects’ workload is dependent upon the scopes of work for each building.

Selection of Applicants under this RFQ means only that Restored Homes has determined that such Applicants meet the requirements set forth in this RFQ to participate in Small Homes Rehab – NYCHA Program and that Restored Homes may elect to execute a contract with such Applicants regarding the development of homes. A pre-qualified list of architectural firms will be compiled from which Restored Homes will select Architects to work on the rehabilitation of a cluster of homes. It is important to note that not all Applicants deemed qualified will be selected to participate in the Program.

ISSUE DATE: February 8, 2017

RFQ RESPONSE DUE DATE: Submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

NYCHA Architect RFQ with Forms

For more information please contact: info@neighborhoodrestore.org

Developers

Build It Back Single-Family Acquisition, Buyout and Resettlement Incentives Program
Fair Market Sales – Request for Offers

This Request for Offers (“RFO”) is being issued by Project Rebuild, Inc. (“PRI”) in order to identify qualified developers to purchase and redevelop a property as flood resilient housing, subject to PRI’s acquisition of the property as part of its responsibilities in administering New York City’s Build It Back Single-Family Acquisition, Buyout, and Resettlement Incentives Program (“Program”).  The property is being made available for fair market sales through a Request for Offer (“RFO”) issued by PRI. The RFO will be a competitive purchasing process that is open to the public to submit offers to purchase and redevelop the property. The property will be sold to the highest qualified bidder, subject to PRI’s successful prior acquisition thereof.   

ISSUE DATE: 8/26/2021 

SUBMISSION DUE DATE: 9/20/2021 

PRI RFO Bid Package-1098 Olympia Blvd

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Non-Profits

Neighborhood Pillars
Request for Qualifications

The Neighborhood Pillars Program is an initiative spearheaded by the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) that assists responsible organizations with the acquisition and preservation of affordable housing in privately owned multi-family properties throughout New York City. As part of this effort, Restored Homes is working directly with selected nonprofit housing organizations to identify and purchase properties to ensure their continued affordability for individuals and families in New York City.

ISSUE DATE: 4/3/2018

SUBMISSION DUE DATE: Submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Neighborhood Pillars RFQ

For more information please contact: info@neighborhoodrestore.org

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