In conjunction with Mt. Carmel CDC, planning for and redevelop-ment of vacant houses in the area of 58th and Vine Streets.
Preservation of seven scattered-site rental units known as Cherry Tree Housing, selected through the 2009 Affordable Rental Housing Development RFP.
Development of Aspen Housing, a 10-unit scattered-site homeownership project, selected through the 2009 Affordable Housing Development RFP.
Allegheny West Foundation
Stable Homes for Stable Families, a 9-unit homeownership
development. This scattered-site rehabilitation project was selected through the 2008 HTF RFP.
Construction of final 5 properties in Forgotten Blocks III, selected through the 2009 Affordable Housing Development RFP.
Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha (APM)
Completion of 13 energy-efficient homeownership units adjacent to Pradera Homes, known as
the Sheridan Street Green Building Initiative. This venture received PHFA Excellence in Design funding and an HTF award in 2007.
Preservation of a 20-unit rental development known as One APM Plaza. This venture was selected through the 2008 HTF RFP.
Preservation of Proyecto Escalera and Hogar de Esperanza, two rental developments selected through the 2009 Affordable Housing Development RFP.
If Low-Income Housing Tax Credits are awarded, construction of 53 affordable rental units as part of a larger mixed-use, transit-oriented development at 900 North 9th Street. Venture was selected through a site-specific RFP and through the 2010 LIHTC RFP.
Completion of 44 units of affordable rental senior and family housing on the 1500 block of Poplar and 800 block of North 16th Streets. This development, known as Francisville East, was selected through the 2007 HTF rental RFP.
Completion of 11 affordable homeownership units at 32nd Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenue. Community Ventures was selected as the developer through an RFP in 2007.
Friends Rehabilitation Program
Completion of a homeownership venture on 31st Street in Strawberry Mansion. This development received PHFA Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative (NRI) funding in 2008 and an HTF award in 2007.
Hispanic Association of Contractors & Enterprises
Completion of Lawrence Court I, a 50-unit home-ownership venture on the 3300 block of North Lawrence Street. This development was awarded PHFA Homeownership Choice funds in 2008.
Participation in the St. Hugh Revitalization Plan, with a goal of rehabilitating vacant structures for homeownership through HRP.
Development of a 10-unit new-construction homeownership project on the 2700 blocks of Howard and Hope Streets. This project recommended in the Year 29 Homeownership RFP process.
Completion of repairs at Lehigh Park I and II, an affordable rental venture at 5th Street and Lehigh Avenue.
Impact Services Corp.
Planning for the reuse of a vacant parcel at 3222-3258 H St. to be made into affordable housing and green space.
New Kensington CDC
Continued support of Greensgrow, the urban agriculture economic development venture located at 2501-7 E. Cumberland St.
Development of mixed-income homeownership units on the 400 block of Moyer Street.
Continued participation in the Elm Street program funded by DCED.
With Universal Community Homes, completion of Nicetown Court I, a 37-unit new-construction rental development on the 4300 block of Germantown Avenue. This venture received an HTF award in 2007.
If Low-Income Housing Tax Credits are awarded, development of Nicetown Court II, a 50-unit rental development in the 4400 block of Germantown Avenue, using NSP2 funds. Universal Community Homes and Pennrose Properties are partners with Nicetown CDC in this venture.
People’s Emergency Center CDC
Completion of Jannie’s Place, a special-needs developments that has commitments of McKinney funds and Low-Income Housing Tax Credits.
Completion of repairs to 3902 Spring Garden St. using HOME funds.
PEC CDC was selected in Year 30 to participate in the Elm Street and Main Street programs funded by DCED. Focus will be on Lancaster Avenue commercial corridor and surrounding residential neighborhoods.
Philadelphia Neighborhood Housing Services
Continuation of the Model Blocks Program.
Rehabilitation of vacant structures through HRP.
Rehabilitation of six homeownership units on the 2100 block of N. 28th Street known as Diamond Street Phase VI. This project was selected through the 2009 Affordable Housing Development RFP.
Preservation of 1515 Fairmount Avenue and Kairos House, 1440 N. Broad Street, two existing residences for formerly homeless persons. These projects were selected through the 2009 Affordable Housing Development RFP.
If Low-Income Housing Tax Credits are awarded, construction of Fairmount Gardens, a 55-unit affordable rental development located at 1416 Fairmount Avenue.
The Partnership CDC
Development of 12 units of affordable rental housing on the 100 and 200 blocks of South 60th Street, using PHFA Mixed-Use Facility Financing Initiative (MUFFI) and HOME funds.
Construction of four units of affordable home-ownership housing on the 4500 block of Sansom Street. This venture received an HTF award in 2007.
Universal Community Homes
With Nicetown CDC, completion of Nicetown Court, a 37-unit new-construction rental development on the 4300 block of Germantown Avenue. Rreceived an HTF award in 2007.
If Low-Income Housing Tax Credits are awarded, development with Nicetown CDC of Nicetown Court II
Women’s Community Revitalization Project
If Preservation Tax Credits are made available by PHFA, repairs to Johnnie Tillman Homes and Aldofina Villanueva, 77 units of affordable rental housing. This project was selected through the 2010 LIHTC RFP.
Greater St. Matthew CDC
Development of affordable and market-rate homeownership housing, using OHCD and M. Night Shyamalan Foundation funding.
Mt. Carmel CDC
In conjunction with ACHIEVEability, planning for and development of vacant houses and lots in the area of 58th and Vine Streets. Acquisition was completed using NTI bond proceeds.
Phoenix Project CDC
In conjunction with Resources for Human Development, development of approximately 12 homeownership units for low- and moderate-income people in West Philadelphia.
Completion of 6 scattered-site homeownership units. This venture received an HTF award in 2007.