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Notice of Funding Availability – Additional Gap Funding for Previously Awarded Developments

The City of Charlotte is now accepting requests for additional gap financing for developments that have received a city funding award and have been unable to close project financing. Affordable housing development funds will be provided as additional gap financing solely for developers who were previously awarded city affordable housing development funds. Applications will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis, with consideration given to the amount required to make development feasible and consistent with the City's affordable housing development priorities.

Funding will be provided to developers who:

  • Demonstrate the need for additional gap financing
  • Demonstrate a shovel-ready project through of ability to close and mobilize quickly
  • Provide evidence of commitments from other gap financing sources

 

Submission Deadline: October 5, 2022

Submittals must be made at https://charlottenc.seamlessdocs.com/f/housingsubmission





CLOSED REQUESTS



REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TESTING AND CLEARANCE FOR LEAD BASED PAINT AND ASBESTOS CONTAINING MATERIALS FY23


This serves as official notice that City of Charlotte Housing & Neighborhood Services is soliciting for one or more service providers to provide lead testing, assessments, lead hazard control activities, and asbestos inspections and clearances.  Funds available are CDBG, HOME, OHLCHH grant or local funding depending on the project.  All inspectors, risk assessors, and clearance technicians are required to have current certifications from institutions that are approved by the State of North Carolina or HUD. Certifications from the North Carolina Department of Health Hazard Control are also required.  This RFP provides a streamlined process for HNS to review applications and award funding to organizations most qualified to address various housing programs’ needs.

Proposal Submission Deadline: August 1, 2022



REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR TENANT BASED RENTAL ASSISTANCE (TBRA) 

HOME Funds The City of Charlotte plans to select with one or more agencies to provide Tenant Based Rental Assistance to eligible households. The City is seeking agencies whose combination of experience and expertise will provide timely, cost-effective services. The selected agency or agencies will provide temporary rental assistance to eligible households experiencing a housing crisis to allow the family to quickly return to stable housing. 

Proposal Submission Deadline: May 13, 2022 



EMERGENCY SOLUTION GRANT (ESG) FUNDING AVAILABILITY

This serves as official notice that City of Charlotte Housing & Neighborhood Services is soliciting for projects that serve homeless individuals and families with children. Funds available are the City's Emergency Solutions Grants funds. Eligible housing must be permanent housing with the understanding that supportive programs are intended to improve residents' quality of life. This RFP provides a streamlined process for HNS to review applications and award funding to organizations most qualified to address the target population's needs.

Proposal Submission Deadline: May 13, 2022




REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES OF PERSONS WITH AIDS (HOPWA) 

The City of Charlotte Housing & Neighborhood Services is now accepting proposals for agencies to provide services to low income persons living with HIV and AIDS and their families to achieve and maintain housing stability, thereby avoiding homelessness and improving their access to, and engagement in, HIV/AIDS treatment and care. The HOPWA funding service region includes Anson, Cabarrus, Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln, Mecklenburg, Rowan, and Union Counties (NC) and Chester, Lancaster, and York Counties (SC). 

Proposal Submission Deadline is April 4, 2022 

Request for Proposals – Housing Trust Fund FY22 Round II

The City of Charlotte is excepting proposals for affordable housing development and preservation through the City's Housing Trust Fund ("HTF")  to provide gap financing for the development and preservation of affordable housing. An addendum(s) will be issued should there be additional information developers should be made aware of.

 


RESPONSES ARE DUE February 18, 2022!!!




Request for Proposals - HOME ARP 

The City of Charlotte is seeking several nonprofit organizations to provide rental assistance, supportive services and/or develop rental units/non-congregate shelter serving households experiencing homelessness or other eligible populations. The goal of these activities is to reduce the frequency and severity of homelessness in Charlotte.


 


Advertisement of RFP: 12/21/21
RFP Conference: 1/7/22 10:30am MANDATORY
Deadline for Questions: 1/14/22
Proposals Due: 1/28/22 at 5:00pm EST


For questions related to this RFP, contact: 
Warren Wooten
Housing Operations Manager
Direct Phone: (704) 336-2489
Email: warren.wooten@charlottenc.gov


Request for Proposals – City-Owned Land

The City of Charlotte is excepting proposals for the development of affordable/mixed income housing on City-Owned land. An Addendum(s) will be issued should there be additional information developers should be made aware of.

RESPONSES ARE DUE NO LATER THAN 5:00 PM DECEMBER 9, 2021!


Request for Proposals for Nonprofit Housing Partnerships – HOME Funds 

The City of Charlotte plans to select one or more agency partners to develop a variety of new affordable housing options for city residents. A broad array of project types will be allowed. The City is seeking agencies whose combination of experience and expertise will provide timely, cost-effective services. 

Initial Due Date: March 30, 2021  


 


Request for Proposals – Housing Trust Fund/Charlotte Housing Opportunity Investment Fund

The City of Charlotte and the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) are excepting proposals for affordable housing development and preservation through the City's Housing Trust Fund ("HTF") and LISC's Charlotte Housing Opportunity Investment Fund ("CHOIF") to provide gap financing for the development and preservation of affordable housing. An addendum(s) will be issued should there be additional information developers should be made aware of.

RESPONSES ARE DUE AUGUST 9, 2021!

EMERGENCY SOLUTION GRANT (ESG) FUNDING AVAILABILITY 
This serves as official notice that City of Charlotte Housing & Neighborhood Services is soliciting for projects that serve homeless individuals and families with children. Funds available are the City's Emergency Solutions Grants funds. Eligible housing must be permanent housing with the understanding that supportive programs are intended to improve residents' quality of life. This RFP provides a streamlined process for HNS to review applications and award funding to organizations most qualified to address the target population's needs. 

Proposal Submission Due: Friday, August 6, 2021 

 

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES OF PERSONS WITH AIDS (HOPWA) 

The City of Charlotte ("City") and Carolinas CARE Partnership ("CCP") are now accepting proposals for agencies to provide HOPWA assistance to eligible households in the HOPWA eight county service region utilizing Housing Opportunities for Persons with Aids. The City and CCP are seeking agencies whose combination of experience and expertise will provide timely, cost-effective services. 

Proposal Submission Deadline is April 16, 2021 



REQUEST FOR LETTER OF INTEREST FOR EMERGENCY SOLUTION GRANT FUNDS 

The City of Charlotte’s Housing & Neighborhood Services Department anticipates receiving Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) funds directly from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development this spring to fund eligible activities beginning July 1, 2021. This announcement serves as the opportunity for agencies to submit a Letter of Interest for funding through an ESG Funding Competition. 

Letter of Interest Due: Wednesday, April 21, 2021 



Request for Qualifications - Phoenix Rising 

The City of Charlotte is seeking a developer to provide site development, construction and to establish a homeowner’s association for a city owned 2.4 acre parcel. The City is seeking a developer whose combination of experience and expertise will provide timely and cost-effective service to the City. Please submit questions to twooten@charlottenc.gov.

Responses due October 30th, 2020.



 

Request for Proposals - Vantage Pointe Townhomes Development 

The City of Charlotte is seeking a developer to provide site work, infill development and to establish a homeowner’s association for Vantage Pointe Townhomes. The City is seeking a developer whose combination of experience and expertise will provide timely and cost-effective service to the City. Please submit questions to twooten@charlottenc.gov.  

Proposals shall be received no later than September 25, 2020. 



Request for Proposals for Tenant Based Rental Assistance – HOME Funds

The City of Charlotte plans to select with one or more agencies to provide Tenant Based Rental Assistance to eligible households.  The City is seeking agencies whose combination of experience and expertise will provide timely, cost-effective services. The selected agency or agencies will provide temporary rental assistance to eligible households experiencing a housing crisis to allow the family to quickly return to stable housing.

Due Date: June 15, 2020



REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES OF PERSONS WITH AIDS (HOPWA) 

 The City of Charlotte ("City") and Carolinas CARE Partnership ("CCP") are now accepting proposals for agencies to provide HOPWA assistance to eligible households in the HOPWA eight county service region utilizing CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act Funds. The City and CCP are seeking agencies whose combination of experience and expertise will provide timely, cost-effective services. 

Proposal Submission Due: Friday, September 11, 2020 



EMERGENCY SOLUTION GRANT (ESG) FUNDING AVAILABILITY

This serves as official notice that City of Charlotte Housing & Neighborhood Services is soliciting for projects that serve homeless individuals and families with children.  Funds available are the City's Emergency Solutions Grants funds. Eligible housing must be permanent housing with the understanding that supportive programs are intended to improve residents' quality of life. This RFP provides a streamlined process for HNS to review applications and award funding to organizations most qualified to address the target population's needs.   

Proposal Submission Due: Monday, June 15, 2020



REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR AFFORDABLE MULTI-FAMILY RENTAL HOUSING DEVELOPMENTS

The City of Charlotte ("City") and the Local Initiatives Support Corporation ("LISC") are now accepting proposals for affordable housing development financing through the City's Housing Trust Fund  and LICS's Charlotte Housing Opportunity Investment Fund. The funds will be used for newly constructed, or acquisition rehabilitation multi-family housing development.

Proposal Submission Deadline is February 10, 2020.


REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR AFFORDABLE SINGLE FAMILY HOUSING ACQUISITION & REHABILITATION AND RESELL

The City of Charlotte ("City") and the Local Initiatives Support Corporation ("LISC") are now accepting qualifications for an agency or agencies to provide acquisition, rehabilitation and resell services to create new affordable housing units in existing single family neighborhoods.

Final submission deadline is February 26, 2020.



EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANT FUNDING AVAILABILITY

Application due: Wednesday, May 15, 2019 (Application deadline has been extended to May 22, 2019)

This serves as official notice that City of Charlotte Housing & Neighborhood Services is soliciting for projects that serve homeless individuals and families with children.  Funds available are the City's Emergency Solutions Grants funds. Eligible housing must be permanent housing with the understanding that supportive programs are intended to improve residents' quality of life. This RFP provides a streamlined process for HNS to review applications and award funding to organizations most qualified to address the target population's needs.   


Request for Proposals for Affordable Multi-Family Rental Housing Developments

The City of Charlotte (“City”) and the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (“LISC”) are now accepting Proposals for affordable housing development through the City’s Housing Trust Fund (“HTF”) and LISC’s Charlotte Housing Opportunity Investment Fund (“CHOIF”), to provide equity and loan funds for newly constructed or rehabilitated multi-family housing. An addendum will be issued, should additional resources become available during this application period (e.g.: Project Based Housing Vouchers).

Proposal Submission Deadline is May 15, 2019.



Request for Proposals for Consultant Services – Analysis of Impediments

The City of Charlotte (City) plans to select a consultant to provide professional technical services for an Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing. The City is seeking an agency whose combination of experience and expertise will provide timely, cost-effective service to the City.

RFP Documents