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Bed-Stuy Preservation Stakeholders Meeting II - Small Homeowner

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NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development

100 Gold Street

9th FL, Room 9X Workspace

New York, NY 10038

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*Please note that this event is invite only--please RSVP only if you received an email*


The NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), as part of the Bed-Stuy Housing Initiative, is planning a series of four meetings with community-based organizations serving homeowners and/or tenants in Bedford-Stuyvesant to:

  • Prioritize key preservation issues affecting homeowners and tenants in Bedford-Stuyvesant

  • Develop strategies to address these issues

  • Improve coordination between housing groups working in Bedford-Stuyvesant and HPD to more effectively serve small homeowners and tenants

This meeting will focus on further developing proposed strategies to support homeowners where we will:

  • Share our proposed strategies to address homeowner challenges in Bedford-Stuyvesant, get feedback, and prioritize strategies

  • Discuss how we can improve coordination between CBOs and HPD to more effectively serve Bedford-Stuyvesant homeowners

Community-based organizations are asked to please send staff at the program level (program level staff, program director, project manager) in order to have granular discussions.


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HPD is launching the Bed-Stuy Housing Initiative to evaluate and improve upon the agency's affordable housing investments in Bedford-Stuyvesant. Through targeted stakeholder engagement, the initiative will coordinate housing-related agencies working in Bed-Stuy, to ensure that HPD programs and capital investments are working towards common objectives for the neighborhood, and that any housing developed on public land responds to local needs.

HPD will host a series of public workshops and roundtable events in 2019 to engage residents, elected officials, community-based organizations, and housing-related government agencies. At the end of the process, a report that summarizes community feedback, evaluates the impact of the agency’s work, and identifies opportunities for improvement will be created and shared with the public.

The Initiative is a collaboration with Brooklyn Community Board 3, the Office of the Council Member Robert E. Cornegy Jr., the Office of Council Member Alicka Ampry Samuel, the Office of Borough President Eric L. Adams, and local partners.

To learn more about the Bed-Stuy Housing Initiative, visit https://www1.nyc.gov/site/hpd/community/bedford-stuyvesant.page

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