NYSAFAHNew York State Association for Affordable Housing (Bronx, NY)
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It is important to note that over the past several years there has been forward momentum in creating opportunities for MWBEs in the affordable housing industry: such firms now make up more than 12 percent of NYSAFAH's total membership.
NYSAFAH, along with the Legal Aid Society and Enterprise Community Partners, formed a first-of-its-kind coalition to advocate for smart, sensible changes to the existing system.
This initiative will build on the similar successful initiatives undertaken by NYSAFAH members Jonathan Rose Companies and The Community Builders.
NYSAFAH strongly urges the Legislature to resist any new prevailing wage mandate on affordable housing developments.
As always, NYSAFAH stands ready to work with policymakers to tackle the issues affecting housing and we are confident that New York's new government will be a capable and willing partner in this vital fight.
Agyemang will help to amplify and drive NYSAFAH's efforts to advance pro-affordable housing policies and legislation at the city, state and federal level.
NYSAFAH is proud to be a resource for this information and looks forward to working with the city and state to ensure that affordable housing remains a priority.
The day before our Upstate Conference, NYSAFAH joined state government officials at a ribbon cutting to the celebrate the completion of Phase I of renovations at the Martin Lu ther King Apartments in Troy.
NYSAFAH named winners of the annual Downstate Project of the Year, Upstate Project of the Year and Non-Profit Member of the Year.
May 11: The New York State Association for Affordable Housing (NYSAFAH) will hold its 17th-Annual New York City Conference, entitled "Housing For All," to discuss the future of affordable housing production across the city and state.
All of the firms listed are members of the New York State Association for Affordable Housing (NYSAFAH), an organization that also supports the zoning laws.
HPD and the New York City Department of Small Business Services (SBS) also launched the 2015-16 capacity building course for M/WBEs in partnership with the New York State Association for Affordable Housing (NYSAFAH), Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group, Holland & Knight, and Paul, Weiss.