Deborah McColloch, Director: 1234 Market St., 17th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Google Plus facebook   tweet

Request For Proposals (RFP)/Request for Qualifications (RFQ)

To review expired RFPSclick here

Office of Housing and Community Development (OHCD)
Request for Proposals
Neighborhood Advisory Committee (NACs) Services 2015

The City of Philadelphia’s Office of Housing and Community Development (OHCD) is soliciting proposals for the Neighborhood Advisory Committee (NAC) Program funding for the City 2016 Fiscal Year.  Applicants shall undertake specific activities in targeted geographic areas that must contain at least 51 percent low- and moderate-income people. Under the NAC Program, Neighborhood-Based Nonprofit Corporations shall provide residents the opportunity to provide input on housing, community, commercial and economic development programs and related citizen participation, public information and neighborhood planning activities.  Through this RFP, the City shall select resident-based organizations to engage neighborhood residents in activities that support the City’s core objectives.

Briefing Session
Applicants are encouraged to attend a briefing session on the RFP requirements on Wednesday, February 18, 2015, at 10:00 am.  The briefing shall be held in the OHCD Boardroom, 1234 Market Street, 17th floor.  Prospective applicants are encouraged to obtain and review a copy of this RFP in advance of this briefing. 

Proposal Deadline
Proposals must be delivered to the Office of Housing and Community Development (OHCD) by no later than Friday, March 6, 2015, 4:30 pm. Proposals received after this time shall not be considered.  There shall be no exceptions to this deadline for any reason.

Ten (10) copies of the proposal, including one unbound copy, must be delivered to the following address:

Office of Housing and Community Development (OHCD)
1234 Market Street, 17th floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Attn.: Belinda Mayo

Documents for this RFP:
Interested parties should download the full RFP, Appendices and Exhibits from the list below. A copy may also be obtained at the OHCD reception desk 1234 Market St., 17th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107.

RFP Neighborhood Advisory Committee Services

Appendices A, B, C: (A) City of Philadelphia Tax and Regulatory Status and Clearance Statement (B) Local Business Entity of Local Impact Certification
(C) General Disclaimer of the City of Philadelphia

Appendix B 2: Supplier Diversity Policy

Appendix D: Office of Economic Opportunity Antidiscrimination Policy- Minority, Woman and Disabled Owned Business Enterprises Forms, Instructions and Special Contract Provisions

Appendix E: Campaign Contribution Disclosure Forms

Exhibit A: Map of Eligible Census Tracts

Exhibit B: List of Eligible Census Tracts

Exhibit C: NAC Organizational Conditions

Exhibit D: Neighborhood-Based Non-Profit Corporations (”NBNPC”)’s Certification of Compliance with all Federal, State, and City laws, ordinances, and resolutions and Certification of Non-Indebtedness to the City of Philadelphia

Exhibit E: Budget

Exhibit F: Checklist

Philadelphia Land Bank
Request For Proposals
1600 North Bodine Street, Philadelphia, PA

The Philadelphia Land Bank is soliciting proposals from developers to acquire and develop some or all of seventeen (17) contiguous parcels along the 1600 block of North Bodine Street. The site consists of 1616-1620, 1622-1642, 1644, 1646 and 1648 N. Bodine Street.  The City of Philadelphia owns the majority of the Parcels and the Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation owns 1648 N. Bodine Street.  All agencies are committed to assisting with the project.  The Philadelphia Land Bank will be the managing entity for all aspects of this solicitation process, and will coordinate disposition of all of the Parcels to the winning developer(s).

The Philadelphia Land Bank expects competitive offer prices and invites proposals for a single parcel or multiple parcels.

Pre-Submission Conference
A pre-submission conference will be held January 20, 2015 at 10am in the Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation Boardroom, 1234 Market Street, 17th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107 to answer any questions regarding this RFP.  Interested parties are urged to attend this conference.

Submission Schedule and Deadlines
All proposals, including a good faith deposit in the amount of 10% of bid price, must be received on or before 5pm on February 20, 2015.  All submissions must be addressed to the attention of Christi M. Jackson, Director of Property Management, Philadelphia Land Bank/Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation, 1234 Market Street, 17th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107.  Please ask for a time-stamped receipt from the receptionist if hand delivering a proposal.  If the proposal is mailed, please request delivery confirmation.

Questions
All questions or comments regarding this RFP must be submitted by email to: christi.jackson@phila.gov

Proposal Materials
All materials must be downloaded from this website. See below. They are also available on the
Philadelphia Land Bank website and thePhiladelphia Housing Development Corporation website.

Download and complete all of the following (Exhibit pdfs are in fillable format):

RFP for 1600 N. Bodine Street

Exhibit A Legal Description Plot Plan and Property List

Exhibit B Site Planning and Zoning Context

Exhibit C Economic Opportunity Policy and Project Goals

Exhibit D Application and Development Sources and Uses of Funds Statement

Exhibit E Developers Statement of Public Disclosure

Exhibit F Developers Statement of Tax Compliance and Clearance

Exhibit G Developers Statement of Campaign Contributions

Policy - Planning Housing - Programs Acquisition/Disposition City Initiatives Financials

Consolidated Plan

Housing Resource Guide

Legal Notices

Press Releases

RFPs

Reports

Homeownership Programs

Home Repair Programs

Homes for Sale

Rental Housing

Special-Needs

Housing Counseling

Acquisition

Vacancy/Disposition

Contact Us

Job Openings

Link to PHDC website

Link to PRA website

Choice Neighborhoods

Anti-Predatory Lending

Avoid Foreclosure Scams

Foreclosure Prevention

Housing Trust Fund

NACs

Auditing

HUD

Income Guidelines

Keystone Communities

PHFA

Tax Abatement

Open Records Policy
©2014 OHCD all rights reserved: click here for Terms of Use

It is the policy of the City of Philadelphia to provide services without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, having AIDS or being perceived to have AIDS, national origin, ancestry, physical handicap or age.

Site Design Tiger Productions