The HACP is a municipal corporation, formed under the U.S. Housing Act of 1937, codified at 42 U.S.C. Section 1401 et seq. as amended and the Housing Authority Law of Commonwealth of Pennsylvania codified at 35 P.C. 1542, et. seq. as amended. As such, the HACP is charged with providing “affordable decent, safe and sanitary housing for low-income persons.”
The HACP has approximately 300 employees and services over 10,000 residents. The Authority, its partners and subsidiaries operate approximately 4000 units of rental housing; and, through its Housing Choice Voucher Program, funds housing assistance for the rental of more than 6000 other units of privately owned housing.
Major operational departments include Asset and Site Management, Facility Services, Occupancy, Housing Choice Voucher, and Modernization & Development. Major administrative departments include Legal, Finance, Information Technology, and Human Resources. Our public and community relations departments are Community Affairs and Resident Self-Sufficiency. All departments work together to achieve the goals of the Authority that are set by the Board of Commissioners. Day to day decision-making rests with the Executive Director, who reports to the Board of Commissioners on a regular basis.
The Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh seeks proposals from persons or organizations qualified to: Commercial Real Estate Broker for 100 Ross St.
The Authority is contemplating the award of a professional service contract, or contracts, for an initial term of three years with two (2) one (1) year extension options, for a total of 5 years, in the form of the Contract (Attachment A) through this solicitation process. If submitting alterations to the HACP contract for review and acceptance by HACP, please submit an electronic version in MS Word format on a CD/flash drive. If submitting your company contract for review and acceptance by HACP, please submit and electronic version in MS Word format on CD/flash drive. If your contract is not included with your proposal it is assumed that HACP’s contract will be used and is binding.
Appraisals, Banking, Consultants, Developers, Development Services, Financial, General, Other Partners, Other Vendors/Suppliers, Professional Services, Property Management, Real-Estate Services, Site Services