Showing entries tagged with: affordable-housing

November 23, 2023

UNHP Hosts Bronx Housing Connect Roundtable Meeting (bilingüe)

by UNHP
Este articulo se traduce al español aquí. Haga clic en este enlace para leerlo en su idioma. On November 13th, […]
October 12, 2023

UNHP Building Tour Highlights Solar Energy, Preservation Struggles and Bronx History

by UNHP
On the morning of  September 22nd, the UNHP Board and staff gathered at Rosehill Apartments to spend the […]
March 23, 2023

Talking about the Bronx, Buildings & Community Development with UNHP Board members, John Reilly & Joe Muriana

by UNHP
ohn Reilly, a UNHP Board member since 1988, and lifelong Bronx resident leads the following conversation with UNHP’s […]
March 22, 2023

UNHP Honors Its Board President Joe Muriana for our 40th Anniversary

by UNHP
A thank you to those who worked with Joe and shared your reflections.  This post includes information from […]

40 and Still Fighting! UNHP’s 40th Anniversary

by UNHP
Norwood News Covers our 40 & Still Fighting Event! 2023 marks University Neighborhood Housing Program’s 40th anniversary year. […]
February 15, 2023

Remembering 1983 in the Bronx: Jim Buckley Interviews Brian Byrne and Jim Mitchell

by UNHP
As part of UNHP’s 40th-anniversary celebrations, we have begun interviewing some of the people involved in our history […]
February 6, 2023

Housing Disconnect: Bronx Residents Want Affordable Housing Opportunities Right Away – AHORA!

by UNHP
Don’t say it’s affordable housing for low income – That is not true! That is bogus. Ok. It […]
January 5, 2023

UNHP Multifamily Buildings Ready for the Solarverse

by UNHP
In 2023, UNHP is celebrating our 40th anniversary and another successful decade of collaboration and effective work with […]
December 19, 2022

2022 BIP Data Reveal Uncertainty and Changes in NYC Multifamily Real Estate Market

by UNHP
On December 15, 2022, 75 individuals representing 29 banks and affordable housing stakeholders participated in UNHP’s Annual Multifamily […]

“UNHP has emerged as a thought leader on multi-family housing distress-a key issue facing all boroughs of New York City.”

— Rafael E. Cestero - President Community Preservation Corporation and former NYC Housing Commissioner