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Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP)

The federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has awarded $54.8 million from the Housing and Economic Recovery Act (HERA) to Massachusetts and four of its cities.

NSP1

The federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has awarded $54.8 million from the Housing and Economic Recovery Act (HERA) to Massachusetts and four of its cities. These NSP funds are to be used primarily for the acquisition and rehabilitation of abandoned and foreclosed properties.
 

The awards amounts are:

• Massachusetts - $ 43.47 million
• Boston - $ 4.23 million
• Brockton - $ 2.15 million
• Springfield - $ 2.57 million
• Worcester - $ 2.39 million

Documents

Substantial Amendment; amended 06-30-2010

NSP Amendment; Public Comment Notic3 06-30-2010

Status of DHCD's NSP1 Funds as or 9-13-10

Status of DHCD's NSP1 Funds as or 7-23-10

Status of DHCD's NSP1 Funds as or 6-09-10

Status of DHCD's NSP1 Funds as or 5-17-10

Status of DHCD's NSP1 Funds as of 4-16-10

Status of DHCD's NSP1 Funds as of 3-15-10

NSP Amendment; Public Comment Notice

Substantial Amendment; amended 03-08-2010

Attachment 3 - NSP2 Eligible Communities

Amended Plan Public Comment Notice

Substantial Amendment; amended 12-11-2009

Status Update 12-04-2009

NSP1 Quarterly Report, April-July 2009

NSP1 Demolition Request for Submissions

DHCD to request release of NSP funds

Final NSP Amendment

Attachment 1 - NSP Eligible Communities

Attachment 2 - Balance of State Summary Statistics

Information Sessions

Public Information Session II; Neighborhood Stabilization Program; CDBG 2008

Public Information Session; Neighborhood Stabilization Program; CDBG 2008

NSP2

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts through the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) applied for funds under the Neighborhood Stabilization Program 2 (NSP2). Funding is provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and is authorized under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The primary goal of NSP2 is the redevelopment of abandoned and foreclosed upon homes and residential properties, first through the arrest of neighborhood decline and secondly by stabilizing the neighborhood and positioning the neighborhood for a sustainable role in a revitalized community.


Application to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development for Neighborhood Stabilization Program 2 Funding

DHCD is collaborating with the Massachusetts Housing Partnership and the Massachusetts Housing Investment Corporation on their award of NSP2 funds.

DHCD will continue to post new NSP2 material as information becomes available.

Application for Neighborhood Stabilization Program 2, MHIC Consortium with MHP and DHCD

NSP3

NSP3 Request for Proposals

Final NSP 3 Amendment

NSP3 Public Information Session

 

NSP3 Eligibility Maps

NSP3 Eligibility Data Reports

NSP3 Federal Notice

HUD NSP3 Data

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