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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  • Consultant Services, Waterfront Heavy Maintenance

    Submission deadline: June 25, 2019 at 4:00 pm
    Published on: May 13, 2019. Last updated: May 13, 2019
    NYCEDC is seeking a consultant perform heavy maintenance across NYC Ferry and other maritime locations.
  • Consultant Services, Waterfront Maintenance

    Submission deadline: June 04, 2019 at 4:00 pm
    Published on: May 06, 2019. Last updated: May 17, 2019
    NYCEDC is seeking a Marine Maintenance Company for NYCFerry and other maritime sites. The chosen company will work with the NYCEDC Ferry Team to inspect, maintain and repair any issues that may arise from operations.
  • CDBG-DR funded Design, Engineering and Related Consulting Services for Hunts Point Energy Resiliency RFP

    Submission deadline: June 06, 2019 at 4:00 pm
    Published on: April 12, 2019. Last updated: May 13, 2019
    New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) is seeking a consultant or consultant team to provide final design drawings to support the installation of reliable, dispatchable, and sustainable power to identified critical facilities on the Hunts Point Peninsula in the event of an emergency. The Consultant will develop final design drawings for three project components: School Solar and Storage Installations, Emergency Backup Generation, and a Tri-Generation system to support the Produce Market and Meat Market. The solar plus storage installations will enable Middle School (MS) 424 and Primary School (PS) 48 to serve as public gathering spaces, shelter, or refuge in emergency situations. One main objective of the emergency backup generators is to provide backup power supply to other important citywide food distributors and employers in the Hunts Point Food Distribution Center. Lastly, one main objective of the tri-generation system is to provide reliable and resilient backup power to the Produce and Meat Markets in the Food Distribution Center.
  • Consultant Services, Camera Maintenance for EDC Properties & NYC Ferry

    Submission deadline: May 23, 2019 at 4:00 pm
    Published on: April 05, 2019. Last updated: May 15, 2019
    NYCEDC is seeking proposals from experienced CCTV and Security Systems Maintenance companies to provide CCTV and Security Systems Maintenance services at various sites citywide.
  • Hunts Point Marine Terminal RFP

    Submission deadline: August 01, 2019 at 4:00 pm
    Published on: March 18, 2019. Last updated: May 03, 2019
    New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) is seeking responses from qualified private entities interested in developing and operating a dedicated barge service and marine terminal in New York Harbor, serving the Bronx’s Hunts Point peninsula. NYCEDC seeks to activate a barge service to achieve the City’s goals of creating good-paying maritime industrial jobs, reducing NYC’s over-reliance on trucks to move freight, and improving air quality, particularly for residents in the South Bronx. The service will provide a critical, reliable, and environmentally friendly alternative to moving goods by truck on area highways. The service may move domestic trucks, palletized cargo, or international containerized cargo. The development of the Hunts Point site may either anchor as a destination for a point to point operation from a local port facility, or operate as a stop on a regional service, utilizing the existing USDOT American Marine Highway barge network along the North Atlantic coastline.


  • NYC Center for Responsible AI

    Submission deadline: August 05, 2019 at 4:00 pm
    Published on: May 09, 2019. Last updated: May 09, 2019
    The development of AI and the exponential growth of data promises smarter decisions and greater efficiencies. These advances can be used to strengthen communities, improve lives and lift business and government performance. At the same time, risks are emerging around responsible data and AI, including privacy and security, and the ethics of AI-enabled decision-making, such as bias, explainability and accountability. NYC can lead in the practice of responsible data and AI by creating an ecosystem that supports innovation with clear benefits for the public. NYC is home to large corporations investing in this technology, world-class academic institutions that spur innovation and train students, a burgeoning tech start up ecosystem, and an engaged and active civil society. There is a significant opportunity for public value to be created by driving innovation and convening these perspectives to ensure applied ethics in data and AI.
  • Electric Charging Stations for Trucks at NYCEDC Sites and for other FreightNYC “Clean Trucks” Initiatives, Concepts and Projects

    Submission deadline: June 28, 2019 at 4:00 pm
    Published on: April 25, 2019. Last updated: May 17, 2019
    NYCEDC aims to identify interest from and opportunities to support companies, organizations, truck fleet owners and operators, and other entities that are looking to use, install, maintain, and/or fast-charging electric truck charging stations.
  • Affordable Workspace for Artists RFEI

    Submission deadline: August 12, 2019 at 4:00 pm
    Published on: February 14, 2018. Last updated: January 28, 2019
    New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) are seeking responses to the Affordable Workspace for Artists RFEI from interested parties to develop and/or operate affordable artist workspace in New York City as part of the Mayor’s Affordable Real Estate for Artists (“AREA”) initiative. Respondents to this RFEI must be a non-profit organization and can be a developer, operator or both.


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.