About   NYSAFAH
Formed in 1998, the New York State Association for Affordable Housing (NYSAFAH) is the trade association for New York’s affordable housing industry statewide.
Our 375 members include for-profit and nonprofit developers, lenders, investors, syndicators, attorneys, architects and others active in the financing, construction, and operation of affordable housing. Together, NYSAFAH’s members are responsible for most of the housing built in New York State with federal, state, or local subsidies.
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Latest   News VIEW ALL
"Gentrification is not a dirty word"»

"We were pleased to see Greg David suggest that it is time for a more nuanced discussion on neighborhood growth in New York City ("Gentrification is not a dirty word," CrainsNewYork.com). As Mr. David noted, a new NYU Furman Center report found little evidence of low-income displacement in communities classified as gentrifying areas. In fact, the report showed that new mixed-income housing—including affordable and market rate—is a source of neighborhood stabilization." Full story HERE.

  • Jolie Milstein
  • 05-24-2016
Message from Commissioner Vicki Been»

Zoning for Quality and Affordability Message HERE

  • Vicki Been
  • 04-01-2016
  • NYC Council
  • 03-18-2016
Conference &   Events VIEW ALL
Dinner & Ballgame
  • June 7

Night at Frontier Field for Members & Friends - MLB Club @ Frontier Field, ONE MORRIE SILVER WAY, ROCHESTER, NEW YORK 14608. Drinks at 6:00 PM, dinner at 6:30pm, game at 7:05 PM. Rochester Red Wings vs. Buffalo Bisons. Event sponsored by

RSVP to elizabeth@nysafah.org (there is no fee to attend this event; limit to 5 persons per firm).

Summer Reception for Members & Friends
  • July 13

6:00PM - The Dream Downtown, 355 W. 16th Street, PH-D, NYC. Registration information coming June 1!
Sponsored by

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