The purpose of the Affordable Housing Trust Fund Program (AHTF) is to finance the production and preservation/stabilization of affordable and mixed-income rental housing projects in Minneapolis. Program funds are offered through an annual competitive RFP process. Please direct any questions regarding the program or the funding application process to Carrie Goldberg.
2021 Affordable Housing Trust Fund Program (AHTF) Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA)
The City of Minneapolis is soliciting development funding proposals for the Affordable Housing Trust Fund (AHTF) Program. The program’s purpose is to help finance the production, preservation or stabilization of affordable rental housing in Minneapolis.
Important: Applications will be submitted via SharePoint for 2021. Please contact Carrie Goldberg at your earliest convenience for SharePoint access. A project application will be created for all required AHTF materials to be uploaded and submitted. To request SharePoint permission, applicants must include the email addresses for each team member that will need access to the application folder, the project name, and the project address.
Funding proposals are due by 4:00 p.m., CDT, on July 27, 2021 at which time SharePoint permissions will be removed. The City has the right to reject any and all applications at its sole discretion. Questions regarding this NOFA or the AHTF Program should be directed to Carrie Goldberg.
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- Affordable Housing Trust Fund Notice of Funding Availability
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