Real Estate Development & Procurement

Find the latest Real Estate Development and Procurement Opportunities available throughout all five boroughs. 

We encourage you to review these documents carefully, as each will contain distinct information related to the scope of service, scheduled site visits, Q&A’s and submission deadlines. Applicants should respond in reasonable detail to all of the requirements outlined in their RFP, RFQ, RFEI or IFB.

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RFEIs

  • Building Acquisition, Garment Center, Manhattan RFEI

    Submission deadline: November 01, 2019 at 4:00 pm
    Published on: October 02, 2018. Last updated: July 17, 2019
    New York City Economic Development Corporation (“NYCEDC”) on behalf of the City of New York (the “City”) is proposing to make available up to twenty million dollars in City funding to fund a portion of the acquisition cost of a proposed building in the Garment Center district in Manhattan - the historic hub of garment manufacturing in New York City. This initiative represents one prong of the City’s effort to preserve and strengthen fashion manufacturing in the Garment Center as a vital anchor of the City’s world-class fashion industry.
  • Rolling Entrepreneurship Project RFEI

    Submission deadline: July 31, 2020 at 4:00 pm
    Published on: December 04, 2013. Last updated: July 18, 2019
    NYCEDC seeks to identify additional opportunities to foster the innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem in New York City.

RFPs

  • SAW MILL CREEK WETLAND MITIGATION BANK CREDIT SALE

    Submission deadline: August 28, 2019 at 4:00 pm
    Published on: April 10, 2018. Last updated: July 02, 2019
    New York City Economic Development Corporation on behalf of The City of New York is requesting responses from parties wanting to purchase tidal wetland mitigation credits from the City’s first wetland mitigation bank, the Saw Mill Creek Pilot Wetland Mitigation Bank. The Saw Mill Creek Pilot Wetland Mitigation Bank is a mechanism that provides compensatory mitigation through the sale of Credits to applicants in the waterfront permitting process.

Equal Contracting Opportunity Statement

NYCEDC's policy is to provide equal opportunity for any business to compete for contracts using public funds, sourced, administered, or authorized by the City of New York.

Business Diversity

Minority- /Women-Owned Business Enterprises (M/WBE) and Disadvantaged Business Entities (DBE) are strongly encouraged to respond.  For more information about certifying as M/WBE or DBE, visit the NYCEDC M/WBE Program page.