June 16th legislative session ends
$2 billion in affordable housing funding was enacted in the NYS Budget on April 1 in recognition of our state’s worsening affordable housing and homeless crisis.
$2 billion unspent
Funds for 100,000-unit affordable housing initiative cannot be spent until Governor Andrew Cuomo, Senate Leader John Flanagan and Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie agree on a housing plan.
$6 billion in jeopardy
$1 NYS subsidy will leverage $3 of bonds, tax credit equity and other permanent financing on a new construction projects across the state. This money should be financing affordable housing, creating jobs and spurring local economies across the state right now!
There is no time to waste…
- 1.5 millions rent burdened households statewide
- 88,250 homeless statewide
- 392,039 families on NYC public housing & rental assistance waiting lists
- 200,000 households on NYC senior housing waiting lists an average of 7 years according to LiveOn NY
NEW YORK HOUSING CONFERENCE CALLS FOR LEADERS IN ALBANY TO COME TO AGREEMENT ON AN AFFORDABLE HOUSING PLAN
1. 334 East 92nd Street Tenant Association 2. Addicts Rehabilitation Center Foundation, Inc. 3. AARP New York 4. Aguitektura 5. American Environmental Assessment & Solutions, Inc. 6. ANHD 7. Asian Americans for Equality 8. Association for Energy Affordability 9. Banana Kelly Community Improvement Association, Inc. 10. Barrier Free Living 11. Bellwether Enterprise Real Estate Capital 12. Beulah HDFC, Inc. 13. Black Veterans for Social Justice, Inc. 14. BP Alliance Construction Services LLC 15. Breaking Ground 16. Bright Power 17. CAMBA 18. Care for the Homeless 19. Carroll Gardens Association 20. Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens 21. Center for NYC Neighborhoods 22. Central Islip Civic Council, Inc. 23. Christopher Community Inc. 24. Coalition for the Homeless 25. CohnReznick 26. Community League of the Heights, Inc. 27. Concern for Independent Living 28. CSH 29. Crow Hill Community Association 30. Community Service Society 31. Curtis+Ginsberg 32. DLM Consulting 33. Dunn Development Corp. 34. Engel & Partners Inc. 35. Enterprise Community Partners 36. Fifth Avenue Committee 37. First Sterling Financial 38. Foxy Management 39. Galli Engineering, PC 40. Gateway Housing 41. Goldstein Hall PLLC 42. GGT Development Corporation 43. Grand St. Settlement 44. Greater Rochester Housing Partnership 45. Greater Sheepshead Bay Development Corporation 46. Habitat for Humanity New York City 47. HANAC 48. HAP Investments 49. Hotel Windemere Tenants Association (HTWA) 50. Housing & Community Development Consulting 51. Housing and Family Services of Greater New York 52. Hudson Housing Capital 53. Interfaith Assembly on Homelessness and Housing 54. Ithaca Neighborhood Housing Services 55. JCTOD Outreach, Inc. 56. Keuka Housing Council, Inc. 57. KeyBank 58. Kimmel Housing Development Foundation 59. LDC of Crown Heights, Inc. 60. Lantern Community Services 61. LeadingAge New York 62. LISC New York City 63. LiveOn NY 64. Lott Community Development Corporation 65. Low Income Investment Fund 66. Margert Community Corporation 67. MBD Community Housing Corp. 68. Mega Contracting Group LLC 69. MLappin & Associates LLC 70. Morrisania Revitalization Corporation, Inc. 71. Near Westside Neighborhood Assoc., Inc. 72. Neighbors Helping Neighbors 73. Neighborhood Housing Services of NYC 74. Neighborhood Preservation Coalition 75. Neighborhood Restore HDFC 76. New Destiny Housing Corporation 77. New Territories LLC 78. New York City Housing Authority 79. New York Foundation 80. NY Residential Property Works LLC 81. NFW Group 82. Nixon Peabody LLP 83. Northeast Brooklyn Housing Development Corp. (NEBHDCo) 84. Northfield Community LDC 85. OCV Architects 86. Omni Housing Development LLC 87. PathStone Corporation 88. Popular Community Bank 89. Project Urbanista, LLC 90. Property Resources Corporation 91. Rebuilding Together NYC 92. Regional Aid for Interim Needs, Inc. (R.A.I.N.) 93. Regional Plan Association 94. Restored Homes HDFC 95. Restoring Communities HDFC 96. Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council, Inc. 97. Rockabill Advisors 98. Rockaway Wildfire 99. Rural Housing Opportunities Corp. 100. Samaritan Village 101. Selfhelp Community Services 102. Settlement Housing Fund 103. SHNNY 104. Single Stop 105. SKA Marin 106. Sterling National Bank 107. St. Ann’s Church of Morrisania 108. St. Nicks Alliance 109. TAP, Inc. 110. The Ali Forney Center 111. The Arker Companies 112. The Bridge 113. The Community Development Trust 114. The Community Preservation Corporation 115. The Wavecrest Management Team, Ltd. 116. United Tenants of Albany 117. Urban Architectural Initiatives 118. Urban Pathways 119. Urban Quotient 120. Vecino Group 121. Volunteers of America-Greater New York 122. Westhab 123. West Harlem Group Assistance, Inc. 124. Westchester Disabled On the Move Inc. 125. West Side Federation for Senior and Supportive Housing, Inc. 126. WHEDco 127. Women’s City Club of New York 128. Wyandanch Community Development Corp.
Join the New York Housing Conference and the growing list of stakeholders who demand action from Albany to unlock $2B in enacted funds for affordable housing! Sign on your organization in the form below to let Albany know that the time has come to sign an MOU for a statewide affordable housing plan!