PRDG's Via Verde plan consists of both affordable rental and homeownership units and the proposal assumes that the rental units will be funded through a combination of the Housing Development Corporation's (HDC) New Housing Opportunity Program and Low Income Housing Tax Credits, and that the homeownership units will use HDC's Affordable Co-op Program and New Market Tax Credits.
What does HOP stand for?
HOP stands for Housing Opportunity Program
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We have 103 other meanings of HOP in our Acronym Attic
- Honda Original Parts
- Hooked on Phonics (Gateway Learning Corporation)
- Hop on Pop (children's book by Dr. Seuss)
- Hope (Amtrak station code; Hope, AR)
- Hospital Outpatient Program (clinical treatment)
- Hosted Order Page (CyberSource)
- House Of Pain
- House of Payne
- Houses of Parliament (UK)
- Housing for Older People
- Hrvatski Oslobodilacki Pokret (Croatian Liberation Movement)
- Humboldt Orientation Program (Humboldt State University)
- Hungry Owl Project (San Anselmo, CA)
- Hospital Outpatient Quality Data Reporting Program (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid)
- Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure (games)
- High Output Paraffin Actuator
- Higher Order Path Adaptation (telecommunications)
- Horizontal Open Probing Attachment
- Housing for Older Persons Act of 1995
- Hungarian Osteoporosis Patients Association
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In 1996, the Housing Opportunity Program Extension Act allowed PHAs to obtain criminal history records of tenants and applicants (with their consent) strictly for public housing screening and lease enforcement.
Major funding for Renaissance Plaza was provided by the NYC Housing Development Corporation through its New Housing Opportunity Program (New HOP), the Empire State Development Corporation through the New York State Metropolitan Economic Revitalization Fund, the NYC Retirement Fund, the NYC Investment Fund and a syndicate of lending institutions led by JP Morgan Chase Bank, whose members included Deutsche Bank, Dime Savings Bank, Citibank, Fleet Bank and North Fork Savings Bank.