Showing entries tagged with: nyc-rent-freeze

October 23, 2018

Affordable Housing Lottery Main Draw for UNHP 2018 Bronxtober Fest

by UNHP
On Saturday, October 20th, UNHP held its 2nd annual Bronxtober Fest – offering a wide range of on-the-spot assistance for the crowd of over 80 Bronx residents. Thanks to our Fordham University and Manhattan College student volunteers, over 60 attendees enrolled in Housing Connect, NYC’s online affordable housing lottery.
March 16, 2018

So Far So Good – UNHP Bronx Free Tax Program on Track for Success!

by UNHP
With 13 UNHP Free Tax Preparation days behind us, 1,000 tax filers assisted and seven more service days in front of us, UNHP can proudly say that we are meeting, and possibly exceeding, our goals for our 2018 program.
January 25, 2018

Financial Fitness Event Launches 11th Year of UNHP’s Free Tax Prep Program

by UNHP
What does it mean to be financially fit - good credit, a savings plan, a professional fee-free tax preparer, an up-to-date home mortgage, housing security? UNHP offered access to a range of financial and housing services to address all these financial fitness needs at our 2018 Open House.
December 19, 2016

The Wilton Welcomes a New Name and Upgrades for the Holidays

by UNHP
Along with a new name, The Wilton, etched above their front door, the 32 families who reside in the buildings at Anthony and Tremont Avenues have also received new windows and public improvements in time for the holidays.
August 24, 2016

UNHP launches NYC Rent Freeze Initiative

by UNHP
​For most people affordable housing is the housing they live in now. UNHP is expanding our services at the Northwest Bronx Resource Center to include assistance with the NYC Rent Freeze Program for Bronx senior citizens and people with disabilities to help insure that they can continue to remain in their apartments despite fixed and low-incomes.

“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