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 Now Accepting Proposals  

 

 Multi-Family Rental Developments

2015 Low Income Housing Tax Credit

 
Funding will be made 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. The City of Charlotte Affordable Housing Development Program provides local alignment with State supported developments and allow for greater local leverage of tax credit awards.

Proposals will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.  The City reserves the right to waive any minor informalities or irregularities, which do not address the heart of the proposal or prejudice other offers, or to reject, for good and compelling reasons, any and all proposals. Conditional proposals, or those which take exception to the RFP, will be considered non-responsive and will be rejected.

The RFP Schedule

Request for Proposal Posting February 6, 2015
Proposal Due Date:
Neighborhood & Business Services
600 East Trade Street Suite 104
Charlotte, NC 28202
February 27, 2015 by 5:00pm
Housing & Neighborhood Development Committee April 8, 2015
City Council Dinner Briefing ​April 27, 2015
City Council Approval ​May 11, 2015

 

2015 Tax Credit Developments:

 

Affordable Supportive Housing


The City of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County are now jointly accepting proposals for Supportive Housing Developments and/or Supportive Housing Programs. The coordinated effort includes funds for supportive services and housing development.  

The intent of the joint Request for Proposal (RFP) is to provide a collaborative and streamlined application and review process between City and County. The following funding is available for the Fiscal 2015 program year:

  • City of Charlotte Neighborhood & Business Services (NBS): Up to $1,5 million allocated for development from the Housing Trust Fund. Development can include new construction, rehabilitation and acquisition/rehabilitation
  • Mecklenburg County Community Support Services (CSS): Up to $800,000 allocated for supportive services up to three fiscal years, depending on recipient performance, funding availability and the eligible population served.

 

2015 Supportive Housing RFP:

 

2015 RFP - Developers Information: