HPD’s Inclusionary Housing program seeks a Project Manager to join our dynamic team. The Inclusionary Housing division is part of HPD's Office of Development, which plays a key role in the implementation of the Mayor’s Housing New York 2.0 plan. The Inclusionary Housing division reviews and approves Inclusionary Housing (IH) projects containing permanently affordable housing, as well as Cure projects. (In certain areas where harassment of tenants has occurred, owners are required to cure the harassment by providing low-income units as a percentage of the residential or hotel floor area.)
Under the direction of the program’s Executive Director and Deputy Director, the Project Manager manages a portfolio of affordable housing projects from pre-development through completion of construction. The primary role of the Project Manager is to facilitate the development of permanently affordable housing that is financially feasible and compliant with the New York City Zoning Resolution. To do so, she or he will interact with a variety of public and private partners on complex multi-family real estate transactions in both the Voluntary IH and Mandatory IH programs. All Project Managers in Inclusionary Housing are expected to perform similar duties and responsibilities to ensure a flexible and multi-disciplined team. In closing on IH transactions, Project Managers collaborate with other NYC agencies, including the Department of City Planning, as well as with state agencies, for- and non-profit housing and community developers, Community Boards and local organizations, and public officials.
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