File #: Int 0078-2024    Version: * Name: The disposition of real property of the city.
Type: Introduction Status: Committee
Committee: Committee on Housing and Buildings
On agenda: 2/8/2024
Enactment date: Law number:
Title: A Local Law to amend the New York city charter, in relation to the disposition of real property of the city
Sponsors: Lincoln Restler, Sandy Nurse, Tiffany Cabán, Shekar Krishnan, Pierina Ana Sanchez, Darlene Mealy, Carlina Rivera , Crystal Hudson, Alexa Avilés, Chi A. Ossé, Gale A. Brewer, Jennifer Gutiérrez, Shaun Abreu, Carmen N. De La Rosa, Julie Won, Christopher Marte, Amanda Farías, Shahana K. Hanif, Erik D. Bottcher, Justin L. Brannan, Rita C. Joseph, Nantasha M. Williams, (in conjunction with the Brooklyn Borough Presiden
Council Member Sponsors: 22
Summary: This bill would require that when the city disposes of land for affordable housing, or for any other public use or purpose, it prioritize not-for-profit developers and community land trusts.
Attachments: 1. Summary of Int. No. 78, 2. Int. No. 78, 3. February 8, 2024 - Stated Meeting Agenda, 4. Hearing Transcript - Stated Meeting 2-8-24

Int. No. 78

 

By Council Members Restler, Nurse, Cabán, Krishnan, Sanchez, Mealy, Rivera, Hudson, Avilés, Ossé, Brewer, Gutiérrez, Abreu, De La Rosa, Won, Marte, Farías, Hanif, Bottcher, Brannan, Joseph and Williams (in conjunction with the Brooklyn Borough President)

 

A Local Law to amend the New York city charter, in relation to the disposition of real property of the city

 

Be it enacted by the Council as follows:

 

                     Section 1. Subdivision b of section 384 of the New York city charter is amended by adding a new paragraph 6 to read as follows:

6. Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph one of this subdivision, the mayor shall not, when disposing of real property of the city to be developed for the purpose of providing affordable housing, or for any other public use or purpose, or for the promotion of public utility, comfort, health, enjoyment or adornment, award such property to a for-profit developer unless no not-for-profit developer or community land trust applied for and met any applicable qualifications for such property, provided that this paragraph shall not apply to real property sold pursuant to a state law providing the mayor or the commissioner of housing preservation and development with control over such sale.

§2. This local law takes effect 120 days after it becomes law.

 

 

 

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