Request for Qualifications
Request for Qualifications for Affordable Housing Development
The City is seeking housing developers that will provide high quality affordable housing developments utilizing City-owned parcels. Developers should demonstrate an understanding of the Charlotte community, its affordable housing needs and the unique attributes and opportunities of Charlotte and its neighborhoods. A list of properties and submittal instructions are including in the document below. Responses are due at 5:00 pm on October 30, 2017.
Request for Proposals
Request for Proposals for Multifamily Rehabilitation
The City of Charlotte is requesting proposals from nonprofit housing providers, owners and private developers for multifamily housing rehabilitation projects.
- Housing projects must provide at least 51% of housing units for households at or under 60% of area median income. Mixed income projects are encouraged to apply.
- Projects must be kept affordable for at least 20 years.
- See additional details in the full RFP under RFP documents.
Proposals will be on a rolling basis. Please submit questions to email@example.com.
Closed Requests for Proposals
Housing Opportunities for HOPWA
Request for Proposals for Rapid Rehousing:The City of Charlotte is requesting proposals from nonprofit housing agencies for rapid rehousing funding to support the following households:
- Households occupying emergency shelters not currently otherwise prioritized for housing.
- Households on veteran registry
- Households residing in hotels through homeless agency vouchers due to lack of shelter capacity.
Proposals will be accepted through August 16th at 5pm. Please submit questions in writing by August 9th to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Request for Proposals for Multi-Family Rental Housing Developments:
The City of Charlotte makes funding available to developers:
Receiving a North Carolina Housing Finance Agency (NCHFA) Tax-Credit award for new construction and/or rehabilitation of multi-family housing developments serving households earning 60% or below the area median income. City funding provides local alignment with State supported developments, allowing for greater local leverage of tax credit awards.
Proposing workforce housing developments with a minimum of 20% of the proposed developments serving households earning 80% and below the area median income with long-term deed restrictions.