CHPC staff and board members are involved in a multitude of policy events throughout the year in New York City and other locations throughout the country and across Europe. Keep track of the latest CHPC events here.
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CHPC Holds Summer Movie Night
CHPC held its first ever Night at the Movies on Thursday, August 11, 2016. Donald Albrecht, curator of architecture and design at the Museum of the City of New York, joined CHPC Executive Director Jerilyn Perine to discuss the role and relationship of housing to film. Our friends at Resource Furniture hosted the event at their showroom in Midtown Manhattan.
A crowd of roughly 50 gathered at Resource’s lovely space to mingle over wine and movie-theater snacks before the talk began. Albrecht then discussed his two selections of 1930s films: Susan Lenox …Read more
A Summer Night at the Movies! – August 11
57th Annual Luncheon – Buy tickets today!
Please join us and 1,000 of New York’s best and brightest in the housing industry to connect and celebrate, at CHPC’s 57th Annual Luncheon.
Wednesday April 13th
11:30am – 2:00pm
New York Marriott Marquis at Times Square
We will be recognizing the work of some of our City’s most dedicated public servants and colleagues committed to affordable housing across New York City’s neighborhoods.
Impact Award for Housing
Jeffrey E. Levine, Chairman, Douglaston Development
Roger Starr Public Service Award
James Rubin, NYS Commissioner of Homes and Community Renewal
Impact Award for Community Investment
Mariadele Priest, Senior Vice President of Community Investment …
CHPC Holiday Event Held at MCNY
On Tuesday, December 15, CHPC held its annual fall party at the Museum of the City of New York. Over 100 people attended the event to socialize, relax, and celebrate the accomplishments of 2015. Attendees enjoyed access to all of the museum’s current exhibitions, including the Jacob Riis photography retrospective and the Affordable New York exhibit on the history of housing in the city. You can view the photos from the event on our Facebook page.
CHPC was happy to honor the museum’s outgoing director, Susan Henshaw Jones. Through her leadership, CHPC and the museum forged a strong …Read more
Annual Winter Night at the Museum Party!
Tickets are now on sale for CHPC’s Annual NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM Winter Party!
Join us for exclusive evening access to all of the current exhibitions at the Museum of the City of New York including Affordable New York: a Housing Legacy and Jacob A. Riis: Revealing New York’s Other Half – the first major retrospective of Jacob Riis’ photography in the U.S. for 70 years.
And we will honor Susan Henshaw-Jones, Ronay Menschel, Director of the Museum of the City of New York for her services to the city and her valued partnerships with CHPC.
Enjoy the …Read more
Zoning for Quality and Affordability
CHPC was honored to present a panel on Zoning for Quality and Affordability at Nixon Peabody on Friday, October 30, 2015. On the panel were Mark Ginsberg, Partner at Curtis + Ginsberg Architects, Bill Stein, Partner at Dattner Architects, Marcie Kesner, Planning and Development Specialist at Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP, Howard Slatkin, Deputy Executive Director for Strategic Planning at DCP, and Frank Ruchala, Deputy Director, Zoning Division at DCP, discussing the proposed changes to residential zoning laws, and how the changes would subsequently affect the housing industry. Because of the complexity of …Read more
Affordable Housing Exhibit Opens at City Museum
CHPC was excited to attend the opening of Affordable New York: A Housing Legacy, the newest exhibition of the Museum of the City of New York.
Based on the idea that affordable housing is ubiquitous in New York City, though most of it goes unnoticed, Affordable New York offers a survey of government intervention in the housing market. The exhibition spans the development of New York’s public housing projects in the mid-20th Century, to the bold leadership that dragged the city from economic and social doldrums in …Read more
Housing exhibition features Inside the Rent
The Museum of the City of New York will open its latest exhibition Thursday, Affordable New York: A Housing Legacy, co-sponsored by CHPC.
The exhibition will display numerous original materials from CHPC’s Marian Sameth and Ruth Dickler Archives and Library, and visitors will also be able to play CHPC’s Inside the Rent game on its very own terminal. The game has been revamped for the occasion with improved graphics and functionality!
An opening symposium will kick off the exhibition featuring former Congressman Berney Frank, CHPC Board Chair Richard Roberts and CHPC Board Member Ron Moelis, among other guests.…Read more
Carmel Place, New York’s First Modular Micro Building, Stacks First Unit
It was a beautiful morning in Kips Bay today, when the first modular unit of New York’s first micro unit building was stacked into place. The foundation was already in place at 335 E. 27th Street, and what was once called My Micro NY will now be known as Carmel Place. In 2010, CHPC undertook Making Room, a look into the changing demands of New York City’s housing market. We found that 47% of New Yorkers over 25 do not live with a spouse or partner, and today we see that 1 or 2 person households account for 62% of …Read more
Bond Financing & Volume Cap Workshop
NYSAFAH- Building for the Future Conference
Wednesday, May 13, 2015
This session will discuss best uses of volume cap and new structures being used to support HFA and HDC bond allocations. CHPC’s “Pump Up the Volume” report recommendations will provide the basis for discussion.
Moderator: Jerilyn Perine, CHPC
Richard Gerwitz, Citi
Gary Rodney, NYC HDC
Marian Zucker, NYS HCR
You must register for the conference to attend workshop sessions. Register for the conference here.…Read more
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