NOFAs, RFP, RFQ, Bids, Jobs

Construction and professional services contracts for projects financed by the Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development are advertised through the Contract and Bid Information Database and Weekly Newsletter and published by the City Purchaser. This may be reached online by clicking below:
Contract and Bid Information Database

 

MOHCD Housing NOFAs

Notice of Funding Availability - NOFAs

 

2014 SMALL SITES PROGRAM NOFA

2014 SMALL SITES PROGRAM NOFA

The Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development for the City and County of San Francisco announces the issuance of a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for acquisition and rehabilitation financing for the multi-family rental buildings of 5-25 units under the Small Sites Program (SSP). This NOFA will help stabilize buildings that are occupied by low to moderate income tenants throughout San Francisco that are particularly susceptible to market pressure resulting in property sales, increased evictions and rising tenant rents. An initial $3,000,000 is being made available through this NOFA; however, additional SSP funding rounds are expected to be released as funding becomes available.

RESPONSES DUE:
Applications will be considered in the order received at any time following publication of this NOFA and until the earlier of the commitment of all funds under this NOFA or June 30, 2015.

 

 

Initial Posting: July 24, 2014

  • Updated Underwriting Guidelines and Lender List posted 8/19/2014
  • Updated Underwriting Guidelines and Lender List posted 12/10/2014
  • Updated Underwriting Guidelines posted 6/02/2015
  • Updated Program Guidelines and Application Budgets spreadsheet posted 9/30/2016

For more information, please click the links below, or contact Ruby Harris at ruby.harris@sfgov.org

NOFA AND PROGRAM INFORMATION
SMALL SITES PROGRAM NOFA ANNOUNCEMENT (PDF)
SMALL SITES PROGRAM NOFA  (PDF)
SMALL SITES PROGRAM NOFA SCORING CRITERIA (PDF)
SMALL SITES PROGRAM GUIDELINES (PDF) - updated version posted 9/30/2016
SMALL SITES PROGRAM LENDER LIST (PDF) - updated version posted 12/10/2014

APPLICATION DOCUMENTS
1 - SSP APPLICATION (Word)
2 - SSP APPLICATION BUDGETS (Excel)
3 - SSP LANDLORD BACKGROUND CHECK FORM (Word)
4 - SSP HOUSEHOLD INCOME CERTIFICATION FORM (Word)

 


MOHCD Housing RFQs

REQUESTS FOR QUALIFICATIONS - RFQs

 

 


MOHCD Housing RFPs

REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS - RFPs

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR OCTAVIA BLVD PARCELS R, S AND U

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR OCTAVIA BLVD PARCELS R, S AND U

 

The Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development for the City and County of San Francisco seeks submittals from qualified respondents to develop three City-owned parcels as affordable family rental housing, including units serving formerly homeless transition age youth, and ground floor commercial space (Blocks 0838, Lots 094, 096; Block 0853, Lot 021), commonly known as Octavia Blvd Parcels R, S and U. Respondents to this Request for Proposals ("RFP") must be comprised of the following: a non-profit developer with experience developing affordable housing in San Francisco or a for-profit developer working in partnership with a nonprofit developer, of which one of the joint venture partners must have experience developing affordable housing in San Francisco (the "Developer"); a property manager with experience serving the target population; and a qualified supportive services provider with experience serving the target population. At least one entity of the development team must have demonstrated experience working that directly relates to the development of housing and/or the provision of housing or services to low-income households within an affordable housing setting, and must have demonstrated experience conducting effective community outreach.

All members of the Respondent will be evaluated according to the criteria set for the in the RFP. As detailed there, City requirements will also require selected development teams to, among other things:

  • Integrate and support the various land uses in the area;
  • Reconnect the fabric of the neighborhood, particularly by including a very high level of pedestrian engagement;
  • Serve as an example of thoughtful, creative and excellent architectural design in keeping with the precedent of other developments in the neighborhood;
  • Develop the maximum number of units that do not compromise the livability of the units within the allowable building envelope (including what is allowable using the affordable housing density program) using creative site planning and architectural design;
  • Develop a variety of unit sizes and types;
  • Respond to the human-scale character of the neighborhood by using materials, style and architectural treatments that will provide visually interesting street facades. Provide active ground floor uses immediately accessible from the sidewalk such as ground-floor retail provided by locally-oriented small businesses;
  • Provide strong pedestrian entrances using recessed bays, awnings or other architectural treatments to provide a clear expression of pedestrian entry. Any service and loading access should not be from Octavia Boulevard;
  • Provide on-site supportive services available to all households and school activities and other programming for resident youth
Octavia Blvd Parcels R, S and U are available for affordable housing development as a result of Caltrans transferring the parcels to City control after demolition of the Central Freeway. These are three of the remaining four parcels available for development as affordable housing.

 

RFP responses are due by 4:00PM, Friday, November 17, 2017. A pre-submission meeting will be held at MOHCD (1 South Van Ness Avenue, 5th floor), on Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at 10:00AM. Questions about the RFP and requests for additional information must be received by MOHCD by 5:00PM, Friday, September 8, 2017. Final recommendation to the MOHCD Director from the selection panel is expected the week of January 8, 2018. For questions concerning this RFP, please contact Teresa Yanga, Director of Housing Research (415-701-5515; teresa.yanga@sfgov.org) at the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development.

Responses Due: Friday, November 17, 2017, 4:00PM PST

RFP Questions and Requests for Additional Information Due: Friday, September 8, 2017, 4:00PM PST

 

Initial Posting: June 19, 2017

 

PRE-SUBMITTAL MEETING
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
10:00AM – 11:00AM PST
1 SOUTH VAN NESS AVE., 5TH FLOOR

RFP AND SITE INFORMATION
OCTAVIA BLVD PARCELS RSU REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
SITE SURVEY – PARCEL R
SITE SURVEY – PARCEL S
PHASE 1 REPORT – PARCEL R
PHASE 1 REPORT – PARCEL S
PHASE 1 REPORT – PARCEL U
PROJECT NARRATIVE FOR PRELIMINARY PROJECT ASSESSMENT – PARCELS R & S
PPA DESIGN PACKAGE – PARCELS R & S
ENVIRONMENTAL EVALUATION APPLICATION DESIGN PACKAGE – PARCELS R & S
PRELIMINARY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LETTER DATED 11/13/14
MARKET RATE DEVELOPER’S CONCEPTUAL DESIGNS – PARCELS R & S
MARKET RATE DEVELOPER’S CONCEPTUAL DESIGN – PARCEL U
OCTAVIA BLVD ENHANCEMENT PROJECT STATUS MAP
OCTAVIA BLVD ENHANCEMENT PROJECT INITIAL SITE ANALYSIS
OCTAVIA BLVD ENHANCEMENT PROJECT DESIGN CONCEPT ALTERNATIVES
OCTAVIA BLVD PILOT CLOSURE PUBLIC COMMENTS SUMMARY

SUBMITTAL DOCUMENTS
OCTAVIA BLVD PARCELS RSU RFP ATTACHMENT 1 - RFP SUBMITTAL CHECKLIST
OCTAVIA BLVD PARCELS RSU RFP ATTACHMENT 2 – PROPOSAL METRICS
OCTAVIA BLVD PARCELS RSU RFP ATTACHMENT 3 – RESPONDENT DESCRIPTION
OCTAVIA BLVD PARCELS RSU RFP ATTACHMENT 4 – PROJECTED STAFFING WORKLOAD
OCTAVIA BLVD PARCELS RSU RFP ATTACHMENT 5 – SERVICE PROVIDER RESIDENTIAL EXPERIENCE
OCTAVIA BLVD PARCELS RSU RFP ATTACHMENT 6 – DISCLOSURES

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