• Housing New York Map

    New York Housing Conference has created an interactive map of the Housing New York units through December 2020. The map shows new construction and preservation units and if you hover or click on a project, you can see the name of the project, the address, and the number of units by income range. The dots […] Read More
  • United for Housing’s Public Webinar

    United for Housing hosted a webinar on May 11, 2021 on Housing and Homelessness Policy in NYC’s Elections where we shared information about the city’s housing crisis and the United for Housing coalition’s recommendations for the next administration to address the crisis. We invited candidates and staff of City Council, Borough President and Comptroller races […] Read More
  • Treasury Issues Guidance for Second Allocation of Emergency Rental Assistance Funds

    Last week, the U.S. Department of the Treasury released the second allocation of emergency rental assistance (ERA) funds and published new guidance aimed at removing barriers for the lowest income households. Treasury issues the following changes: Direct-to-Tenant Assistance – New guidance requires programs to offer direct-to-tenant assistance when landlords refuse to participate. It allows programs […] Read More
  • NYHC Annual Affordable Housing Congressional Delegation Meeting

    NYHC recently hosted our Annual Congressional Delegation Affordable Housing Meeting to discuss our policy agenda supporting renters and homeowners amid our recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. We are proud to bring together members of the NY Congressional Delegation – including U.S. Senators Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand and the following representatives: Rep. Hakeen Jeffries (NY-8th), […] Read More
  • NYHC is hiring!

    The New York Housing Conference is seeking a new member to join our team to advance policy and resources for affordable housing for all New Yorkers. This position is grant-funded for an 18-month contract with the potential for a permanent role. Please see the description below: Read More
  • New York Housing Conference Joins New York Advocates Urging Action on Rental Assistance

    The New York Housing Conference joined more than 50 other New York housing leaders to call on the state to work to implement an emergency rental assistance program as soon as possible. Unfortunately, relief is unlikely to be available to renters in April. Although more than a billion dollars in federal rent relief was appropriated in December, Albany is still talking about setting […] Read More
  • 2020 HUD Point In Time Count Released

    Homelessness decreased slightly last year in New York City and New York State according to numbers released by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban last week. There were 77,943 homeless individuals in New York City on a single night in January 2020 and 91,271 statewide. Both state and city homeless populations are roughly 1 […] Read More