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: August 19, 2019

Updated Underwriting Guidelines and Lender List Posted: December 10, 2014

Updated Underwriting Guidelines posted: June 2, 2015
 

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 UNDERWRITING GUIDELINES (PDF) - updated version posted 6/2/2015
SMALL SITES PROGRAM LENDER LIST (PDF) - updated version posted 12/10/2014

APPLICATION DOCUMENTS
1 - SSP APPLICATION (Word)
2 - SSP APPLICATION (Excel)
3 - SSP OPERATING BUDGET AND 20-YEAR CASH FLOW (Excel)
4 - SSP LANDLORD BACKGROUND CHECK FORM (Word)
5 - SSP HOUSEHOLD INCOME CERTIFICATION FORM (Word)

AFFORDABLE MULTIFAMILY RENTAL HOUSING PROPOSITION A NOFA

AFFORDABLE MULTIFAMILY RENTAL HOUSING PROPOSITION A NOFA

The Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD) for the City and County of San Francisco is seeking applicants from qualified respondents to this Notice of Funding Availability (“Prop A NOFA”) for Affordable Multifamily Rental Housing Supported by the 2015 General Obligation Housing Bond – Proposition A.

San Francisco voters approved Proposition A in 2015 in order to address the City’s well-documented and severe housing affordability crisis. This NOFA specifically addresses Proposition A’s mandate to create new affordable, low-income units and to serve vulnerable populations.

There are $15 million in funds available through this NOFA: $6,000,000 for projects located in the Mission District (bounded by Division, Potrero, Cesar Chavez and Guerrero Streets); and $9,000,000 for projects located anywhere in the City.

The NOFA and accompanying documents can be found at the link below.  NOFA responses are due by or before 5:00pm on Monday, June 20, 2016. A pre-submission meeting will be held at MOHCD (1 South Van Ness Avenue, 5th floor), on Monday, April 25, 2016 at 2pm. Questions about the NOFA and requests for additional information must be received by MOHCD by 5:00pm, Friday, May 16, 2016. All questions or inquiries about the Prop A NOFA should be directed to Mara Blitzer at mara.blitzer@sfgov.org.

RESPONSES DUE: Monday, June 20, 2016, 5:00pm PDT July 11, 2016, 5:00pm PDT

 

Initial Posting: April 18, 2015

Updated Posting:  May 23, 2016

For more information, please click the links below, or contact Mara Blitzer at mara.blitzer@sfgov.org.

NOFA AND PROGRAM INFORMATION
PROP A NOFA (PDF)

PROP A NOFA QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS (PDF) - posted 5/23/16
 
APPLICATION DOCUMENTS
ATTACHMENT B – PROP A NOFA RESPONSE SUBMITTAL CHECKLIST (Excel)
ATTACHMENT C – APPLICATION PROFORMA - Please go to the following DropBox link:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/nvimb7bquguq4zl/Application-Proforma_v2.1%20template.xlsm?dl=0
FORM 1 – PROP A NOFA MOHCD PROJECT SCHEDULE (Word)
FORM 2 – PROP A NOFA PROPOSAL METRICS (Word)
FORM 3 – PROP A NOFA RESPONDENT DESCRIPTION (Word)
FORM 4 – PROP A NOFA PROJECT STAFFING WORKLOAD (Excel)
FORM 5 – PROP A NOFA SERVICE PROVIDER EXPERIENCE (Word)
FORM 6 – PROP A NOFA DISCLOSURES (PDF)

2016 EXISTING NON-PROFIT OWNED RENTAL HOUSING CAPITAL REPAIRS NOFA

2016 EXISTING NON-PROFIT OWNED RENTAL HOUSING CAPITAL REPAIRS NOFA

The Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD) for the City and County of San Francisco is seeking applications from qualified respondents to this Existing Non-Profit Owned Rental Housing Capital Repairs Notice of Funding Availability (“ENP NOFA”).

Funding through this NOFA is intended to help qualified applicants to address the unmet needs for emergency repairs or capital improvements at properties previously funded by MOHCD, by providing grants or long-term residual receipts loans to supplement other resources that may be available for this purpose. Emergency repairs may be needed to address items that present an immediate threat to the health, safety, and/or quality of life of the tenants.  Capital improvements may be needed to maintain the habitability of the housing, to improve its marketability or to protect, expand or deepen its affordability. The goals of the NOFA are to address the most urgent and immediate building needs, and to do so as quickly as possible, by prioritizing applicants whose needs are particularly urgent and those who are ready to move forward with their improvements by the end the current calendar year.

The NOFA and accompanying documents can be found at the link below.  NOFA responses are due by or before 5:00pm on Friday, May 27, 2016. A pre-submission meeting will be held at MOHCD (1 South Van Ness Avenue, 5th floor), on Friday, April 22, 2015 at 10am. An informational meeting regarding the new application proforma will be held at MOHCD (1 South Van Ness Avenue, 5th floor), on Friday, April 29, 2015 at 10am. Prospective applicants are encouraged to bring a laptop computer on the 29th, though one is not required to attend. Questions about the RFP and requests for additional information must be received by MOHCD by 5:00pm, Friday, May 6, 2015. All questions or inquiries about the Prop A NOFA should be directed to Mara Blitzer at mara.blitzer@sfgov.org.

RESPONSES DUE: Friday, May 27, 2016, 5:00pm PDT

 

Initial Posting: April 15, 2015

For more information, please click the links below, or contact Mara Blitzer at mara.blitzer@sfgov.org.

NOFA AND PROGRAM INFORMATION
ENP NOFA (PDF)

Q&A RESPONSES
ENP Q & A RESPONSES (PDF)

APPLICATION DOCUMENTS
ATTACHMENT 3A – ENP RESPONDENT DESCRIPTION (Word)
ATTACHMENT 3B – ENP PROJECTED STAFFING WORKLOAD (Excel)
ATTACHMENT 4X – ENP PROJECT SCHEDULE (Word)
ATTACHMENT 7 – ENP NOFA DISLOSURES (PDF)
ATTACHMENT X – APPLICATION PROFORMA (Excel via DropBox)
EXHIBIT B – ENP NOFA SUBMITTAL CHECKLIST (Excel)

 


MOHCD Housing RFQs

REQUESTS FOR QUALIFICATIONS - RFQs

 

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES

The Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD) is seeking to create a list of pre-qualified construction management consultants with whom MOHCD will contract with for services for MOHCD’s Multifamily Housing Programs. Construction managers with experience in providing construction management services for multifamily projects to public agencies, lenders or affordable housing developers are encouraged to submit their qualifications as described in the Construction Management Services Request for Qualifications.

RESPONSES DUE: Monday, February 29, 2016, 12pm PST Extended to Monday, March 14, 2016, 12pm PDT

RFQ Questions Due: Monday, February 8, 2016, 12pm PST

 

Initial Posting: January 29, 2016

Updated Posting:  February 26, 2016

 

 

For more information, please click the links below, or to submit RFQ questions, please contact Teresa Yanga at teresa.yanga@sfgov.org

ORIGINAL RFQ DOCUMENTS
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (PDF)
ATTACHMENT 1 – ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF RFQ TERMS AND CONDITIONS (PDF)
ATTACHMENT II – CITY ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS (PDF)
ATTACHMENT III – RESPONSE TEMPLATE (Word) 

RAD PROGRAM REHABILITATION, RECAPITALIZATION AND TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP OF EXISTING HOUSING DEVELOPMENTS

REHABILITATION, RECAPITALIZATION and TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP
OF EXISTING HOUSING DEVELOPMENTS for the
San Francisco Housing Authority under the RAD Program

(Co-Posted As A Courtesy for The San Francisco Housing Authority)

RESPONSES DUE: Friday, February 21, 2014

Bidders Conference:
Wednesday, February 5, 2014, 1:00-4:00PM
1 S. Van Ness Ave., 2nd Floor

 

Initial Posting: January 31, 2014
Revised Posting: February 3, 2014
Revised Posting: February 10, 2014
 

 

For more information, please click the links below, or contact Lydia Ely at lydia.ely@sfgov.org

UPDATES AND Q & A
REVISED RFQ 2/10/2014, CLEAN Version
REVISED RFQ 2/10/2014, REDLINED Version

Questions and Responses dated 2/10/2014
Questions and Responses dated 2/14/2014
Questions and Responses dated 2/19/2014 

Architectural Plans for RAD Properties: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/gjwo4zo9idrhpvy/QBm6AFhyyI

Additional Reports by Property: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/9cx7f2t40ngg9cb/eLqgWytTwf

 

DUE DILIGENCE

 

CLUSTER # AND NAME

ADDRESS/PROPERTY

1 - Chinatown

227 Bay
990 Pacific

2-W. Addition 1

Robert B Pitts

3 - W. Addition 2

939 Eddy
951 Eddy

4 - Tenderloin/SOMA

430 Turk Street
666 Ellis

5 - Bernal Heights

Holly Courts

6 - Mission/Castro

25 Sanchez
462 Duboce
255 Woodside

7 - California Corridor

345 Arguello
491 31st Ave.
1880 Pine

8 - Southeast

Hunters Pt. E / W

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR BALBOA PARK UPPER YARD

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR BALBOA PARK UPPER YARD

The Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development for the City and County of San Francisco seeks submittals from qualified respondents to develop a City-owned parcel as affordable family rental housing and a portion of the adjacent BART-owned parcel as open space (the "Development") at Balboa Park Upper Yard (APN 6973/039 and a portion of 6973/038). The Development will include housing for formerly homeless families and preferably retail and community-serving uses on the ground floor. The site is located in San Francisco's Excelsior neighborhood and is adjacent to Balboa Park Muni/BART transit station.  Respondents to this Request for Qualifications ("RFQ") 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; a property manager with experience serving the target resident population; a qualified supportive service provider with experience serving the target population, and an architectural team designing affordable housing and conducting a community design process.   All members of the Respondent will be evaluated according to the criteria set forth in the RFQ, including experience with comparable projects, capacity, and the ability to deliver and maintain an excellent Project.

The Goals of this RFQ are: (1) To pursue the affordable housing production goals articulated in the Housing Element of the City’s Master Plan (adopted April 27, 2015) and in MOHCD’s 2015 Consolidated Plan; (2) To select a qualified Respondent that can develop, own, and operate the Development in a professional, sustainable, and expert manner; (3) To ensure that the Development will be developed in a manner consistent with the Development and Financial Objectives described in this RFQ.
 

RESPONSES DUE: Monday, June 27, 2016, 4:00pm PDT July 18, 2016, 4:00pm PDT

RFQ Questions and Requests for Additional Information Due: Monday, May 2, 2016, 12pm PDT

 

Initial Posting: April 11, 2016

Updated Posting:  May 23, 2016

For Questions concerning this RFQ, 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. A copy of the RFQ and the RFQ submittal requirements can be found on MOHCD’s website at http://sfmohcd.org/.

Questions about the RFQ and requests for additional information must be received by MOHCD by 12:00pm, Monday, May 2, 2016.

Pre-Submittal Meeting
Friday, April 29, 2016
9:00 – 10:00 a.m. PDT
1 South Van Ness, 5th Floor

For more information, please click the links below, or contact Teresa Yanga at teresa.yanga@sfgov.org or (415) 701-5515.
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RFP AND PROGRAM INFORMATION
PDF iconUpper Yard RFQ - Final.pdf (PDF)

UPPER YARD RFQ QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS (PDF) - Posted 5/23/16

UPPER YARD PRE-SUBMITTAL MEETING SIGN-IN SHEET (PDF) - Posted 5/23/16

MAP OF SITE (PDF)
BALBOA PARK AREA PLAN (PDF)
UPPER YARD SITE SURVEY (PDF)
UPPER YARD GEOTECHINCAL REPORT (PDF)
UPPER YARD PHASE 1 REPORT - Part 1 (PDF)
UPPER YARD PHASE 1 REPORT - Part 2 (PDF)
UPPER YARD PHASE 1 REPORT - Part 3 (PDF)
UPPER YARD PHASE 1 REPORT - Part 4 (PDF)
UPPER YARD PHASE 2 REPORT - Part 1 (PDF)
UPPER YARD PHASE 2 REPORT - Part 2 (PDF)
COMMUNITIES UNITED FOR HOUSING JUSTICE COMMUNITY SURVEY REPORT (PDF)

SUBMITTAL DOCUMENTS
UPPER YARD RFQ ATTACHMENT 1 – SUBMITTAL CHECKLIST REVISED (Excel) - Revised 5/23/16
UPPER YARD RFQ ATTACHMENT 2 – RFQ REGISTRATION (Word)
UPPER YARD RFQ ATTACHMENT 3 - RESPONDENT DESCRIPTION (Word)
UPPER YARD RFQ ATTACHMENT 4 - PROJECT STAFFING WORKLOAD (Excel)
UPPER YARD RFQ ATTACHMENT 5 - SERVICE PROVIDER RESIDENTIAL EXPERIENCE (Excel)
UPPER YARD RFQ ATTACHMENT 6 – DISCLOSURES (Word)

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR 490 SOUTH VAN NESS AVENUE

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR 490 SOUTH VAN NESS AVENUE

The Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development for the City and County of San Francisco seeks submittals from qualified respondents to develop a City-owned, parcel as affordable family rental housing, including units serving formerly homeless families, and ground floor commercial space near the intersection of 16th Street and South Van Ness Avenue (Block 3553, Lot 008).  The site located in the heart of San Francisco’s Mission neighborhood. Respondents to this Request for Qualification (“RFQ”) 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 service provider with experience serving the target population.  At least one entity of the development team must have demonstrated experience working in the Mission neighborhood 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 and engagement in the neighborhood.  All members of the Respondent will be evaluated according to the criteria set in the RFQ, including experience with comparable projects, capacity, and the ability to deliver and maintain an excellent Project.  Because the Site already has its land use entitlements, soil remediation plans, site and demolition permits and construction drawings it is the City’s desire for the selected developer to utilize those existing documents and the existing architecture and engineering team to the greatest extent possible and have the ability to negotiate a new architect contract for the remaining scope.  Furthermore, the City expects the selected developer to examine how to increase the number of units and maximize residential density while minimizing the amount of modifications to the Site’s entitlements; conduct community outreach to engender support for the affordable housing and any potential modifications for the Project’s entitlements; secure construction and permanent financing that leverages City resources as much as possible; and, commence construction on the Project as soon as feasible.

The goals of this RFQ are to 1) select a Respondent that can develop, own, and operate the Project in a professional, sustainable, and expert manner; 2) facilitate a Project that is high quality while maintaining development and operational cost efficiencies; and 3) ensure that the Project confers extensive benefits to its future residents and the broader community.

RFQ responses are due by 4:00 PM, Monday, August 22, 2016. A pre-submission meeting will be held at MOHCD (1 South Van Ness Avenue, 5th floor), on Wednesday, June 1, 2016 at 11:00am. Questions about the RFQ and requests for additional information must be received by MOHCD by 5:00PM, Friday, June 17, 2016.  Final recommendation to the MOHCD Director from the selection panel is expected the Week of October 10, 2016.

For Questions concerning this RFQ, 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. A copy of the RFQ and the RFQ submittal requirements can be found on MOHCD’s website at http://www.sfmohcd.org/

RESPONSES DUE: Monday, August 22, 2016, 4:00pm PDT

RFQ Questions and Requests for Additional Information Due: Friday, June 17, 2016, 5:00pm PDT
 

 

Initial Posting: May 20, 2016
 

Updated Posting:  July 6, 2016
Updated Q&A: August 15, 2016

 

PRE-SUBMITTAL MEETING
Wednesday, June 1, 2016
11:00AM - 12:00PM PDT
1 SOUTH VAN NESS AVE., 5th FLOOR

RFQ AND PROGRAM INFORMATION
490 SVN REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (PDF)
PDF icon490 SVN RFQ Questions and Answers (PDF) - updated 8/15/2016

PARCEL MAP (PDF)
SITE PERMIT  (PDF)
SURVEY (PART 1 OF 2) (PDF)
SURVEY (PART 2 OF 2) (PDF)
DRAWINGS (PDF)
SHORING DESIGN (PDF)
ASBESTOS AND LEAD REPORT (PDF)
PHASE 1 REPORT (PART 1 OF 5) (PDF)
PHASE 1 REPORT (PART 2 OF 5) (PDF)
PHASE 1 REPORT (PART 3 OF 5) (PDF)
PHASE 1 REPORT (PART 4 OF 5) (PDF)
PHASE 1 REPORT (PART 5 OF 5) (PDF)
SFDPH UST CLEARANCE LETTER (PDF)
SITE MITIGATION PLAN (PDF)
SFDPH SITE MITIGATION REPORT APPROVAL LETTER (PDF)
GEOTECHNICAL REPORT 2009 (PDF)
GEOTECHNICAL REPORT 2013 (PDF)
SIGNED UNDERPINNING AGREEMENT (PDF)
NOTICE OF SPECIAL RESTRICTIONS (PDF)

SUBMITTAL DOCUMENTS
490 SVN RFQ ATTACHMENT 1 – SUBMITTAL CHECKLIST (EXCEL)
490 SVN RFQ ATTACHMENT 2 – RFQ REGISTRATION (WORD)
490 SVN RFQ ATTACHMENT 3 – RESPONDENT DESCRIPTION (WORD)
490 SVN RFQ ATTACHMENT 4 – PROJECTED STAFFING WORKLOAD (EXCEL)
490 SVN RFQ ATTACHMENT 5 – SERVICE PROVIDER RESIDENTIAL EXPERIENCE (EXCEL)
490 SVN RFQ ATTACHMENT 6 – DISCLOSURES (WORD)

PROJECT PROFORMA
Please go to the following DropBox link:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/nvimb7bquguq4zl/Application-Proforma_v2.1%20template.xlsm?dl=0

 


MOHCD Housing RFPs

REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS - RFPs