Public Housing Asset Repositioning Consultant RFP - Virginia & Eveleth HRAs

 

The Virginia and Eveleth HRAs are requesting proposals from consultants to assist the Virginia and Eveleth HRAs with the possible repositioning of public housing assets in two phases. The first phase will be to assist the HA in determining the feasibility of options available for repositioning of public housing assets. If repositioning is determined to be feasible, the second phase will be to assist the HRA with the conversion. All proposals submitted in response to this solicitation must conform to all of the requirements and specifications outlined within this document and all attachments in its entirety. 

Use this link to view the complete RFP or visit their website at www.vhra.org - deadline to submit is Sept 6, 2019. 

The Virginia Housing & Redevelopment Authority (“HA”) is a public entity that was formed in 1949 to provide
federally subsidized housing and housing assistance to low-income families. The HA is headed by an Executive Director, governed by a five-person board of commissioners and is subject to the requirements of Title 24 of the Code of Federal Regulations (“CFR”) and the HA’s procurement policy. Though brought into existence by a Resolution of the City of Virginia, it is a separate entity from the City. Currently, the HA owns and/or manages over 450 housing units in the City of Virginia of which 275 are public housing units. The HA also administers approximately 500 rental assistance vouchers across northern St. Louis County.
 
The Eveleth Housing & Redevelopment Authority is a public entity that owns 34 public housing units in the City of Eveleth. The Eveleth HRA contracts with the Virginia HRA to provide property management services for these public housing units. The Virginia HRA Executive Director acts as the Executive Director for the Eveleth HRA and reports to the Eveleth HRA. The Eveleth HRA is governed by a five-person board of commissioners and is subject to the requirements of Title 24 of the Code of Federal Regulations (“CFR”) and the HA’s procurement policy. Though brought into existence by a Resolution of the City of Eveleth, it is a separate entity from the City.
Friday, September 6, 2019