DHCD Issues RFP for Inclusionary Housing Requirements

The Baltimore City Department of Housing & Community Development (“DHCD”) has issued a Professional Services Request for Proposals (“RFP”) seeking qualified consultants with experience in affordable and mixed-income housing development, housing demand and feasibility analyses, zoning, and inclusionary housing ordinances.

Key deliverables include an assessment and evaluation of the City’s current Inclusionary Housing Law, recommendations to increase its effectiveness and to work with DHCD, other City agencies and stakeholders to prepare revised legislation and program guidelines.

Based on this RFP, the City may select an applicant, and negotiate and enter into a consultant agreement with such applicant.

VIEW/DOWNLOAD FULL RFP HERE

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