Request For Proposals

Not all Land Bank property is sold or leased through an Expression of Interest. Sometimes the Land Bank will solicit potential buyers to develop a property, or properties, through a Request for Proposals (RFP). Potential bidders can submit questions by e-mail as outlined in each RFP. All questions and their answers will be posted and shared. The Land Bank manages the RFP process and selects the winning developers.

*For parties interested in applying to the RFP for Line of Credit, please visit Contract Opportunities.

Current RFPS

Cobbs Creek Market Street 062119

*The RFP schedule has changed. Please refer to the schedule below for more information.

The Philadelphia Land Bank (“Land Bank”) is soliciting proposals from developers to acquire and develop six (6) parcels located in the Cobbs Creek neighborhood for affordable rental in accordance with this Request for Proposals (“RFP”).

The site consists of the following addresses (collectively, the “Development Site”):

Address
1. 5334 Market Street
2. 5336 Market Street
3. 5338 Market Street
4. 5340 Market Street
5. 5342 Market Street
6. 5344 Market Street

The Land Bank will be the managing entity for all aspects of this solicitation process and will coordinate disposition of the Development Site to the selected applicant.

The Development Site has an appraised value of $300,000.

Pre-Submission Conference

A pre-submission conference (non-mandatory) will be held on July 8, 2019 at 10:00 AM in The Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation Boardroom, 1234 Market Street, 17th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107 to answer any questions regarding this RFP.  Interested parties are urged to attend this conference.

Sign-in Sheet

Submission Deadline

All Proposals, along with a good faith deposit in the amount of $1,500 or 10% of the offer price, whichever is greater, must be received on or before 4:00 PM on July 30, 2019.  All submissions must be addressed to the attention of: Angel Rodriguez, Executive Director, Philadelphia Land Bank, 1234 Market Street, 16th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107.

Schedule

Schedule Date
RFP Posted June 21, 2019
Pre-submission Conference July 8, 2019 at 10:00 AM
Questions Due * July 9, 2019 at 4:00 PM
Questions and Answers posted to Land Bank’s Website July 22, 2019
Submissions Deadline August 6, 2019 at 4:00 PM
Applicant Interviews

Request Applicants Tentatively Hold Dates Open

Week of August 19, 2019
Selection Target Date September 6, 2019
*All questions or comments regarding this RFP must be submitted in writing by email to: Angel Rodriguez.
Questions will not be accepted via telephone.
The RFP and all associated exhibits are below. Please download and complete all of the following documents:

Grays Ferry Earp Street et al 062119

*The RFP schedule has changed. Please refer to the schedule below for more information.

The Philadelphia Land Bank (“Land Bank”) is soliciting proposals from developers to acquire and develop nineteen (19) parcels located in the Grays Ferry neighborhood for affordable homeownership in accordance with this Request for Proposals (“RFP”).

The site consists of the following addresses (collectively, the “Development Site”):

1. 1327 S. 27th Street 8. 2724 Earp Street 15. 2626 Sears Street
2. 2613 Earp Street 9. 2727 Earp Street 16. 2630 Sears Street
3. 2616 Earp Street 10. 2735 Earp Street 17. 2642 Sears Street
4. 2701 Earp Street 11. 2639 Reed Street 18. 2648 Sears Street
5. 2703 Earp Street 12. 2641 Reed Street 19. 2700 Sears Street
6. 2714 Earp Street 13. 2643 Reed Street
7. 2719 Earp Street 14. 2614 Sears Street

2648 Sears Street is currently in the ownership of the City of Philadelphia (“City”). 2626 Sears Street is currently in the ownership of Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation (“PHDC”). Both properties will be conveyed to the Land Bank prior to settlement.  All other properties in the Development Site are owned by the Land Bank.

The Land Bank will be the managing entity for all aspects of this solicitation process and will coordinate disposition of the Development Site to the selected applicant.

The Development Site has an aggregated appraised fair market value of $1.09 Million.

Pre-Submission Conference *Please note the location of the meeting has been changed to Conference Room B. Attendees should check in with the front desk before proceeding to the meeting.
A pre-submission conference (non-mandatory) will be held on July 9, 2019 at 10:00 AM in Conference Room B, 1234 Market Street, 17th Floor, Philadelphia.
Submission Deadline
All Proposals, along with a good faith deposit in the amount of $1,500 or 10% of the offer price, whichever is greater, must be received on or before 4:00 PM on July 30, 2019. All submissions must be addressed to the attention of: Angel Rodriguez, Executive Director, Philadelphia Land Bank, 1234 Market Street, 16th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107.
Schedule
The timeline for this Development Opportunity is as follows:
Event
Date
RFP Posted
June 21, 2019
Pre-Submission Conference
July 9, 2019, at 10:00 AM
Questions/Requests for Information Due*
July 10, 2019 by 4:00 PM
Questions & Answers posted to Land Bank website
July 22, 2019
Submissions deadline
August 6, 2019 by 4:00 PM
Developer Interviews Request Developers Tentatively Hold Date Open
Week of August 19, 2019
Developer(s) Selection Target Date
September 6, 2019
*All questions or comments regarding this RFP must be submitted in writing by email to: Angel Rodriguez.
Questions will not be accepted via telephone.
The RFP and all associated exhibits are below. Please download and complete all of the following documents:

Grays Ferry Manton Street et al 062119

*The RFP schedule has changed. Please refer to the schedule below for more information.

The Philadelphia Land Bank (“Land Bank”) is soliciting proposals from developers to acquire and develop twenty four (24) parcels located in the Grays Ferry neighborhood for affordable homeownership in accordance with this Request for Proposals (“RFP”).

The site consists of the following addresses (collectively, the “Development Site”):

1. 1210 S. 27th Street 9. 2733 Ingram Street 17. 2716 Manton Street
2. 1212 S. 27th Street 10. 2735 Ingram Street 18. 2720 Manton Street
3. 1214 S. 27th Street 11. 2737 Ingram Street 19. 2724 Manton Street
4. 2723 Ingram Street 12. 2739 Ingram Street 20. 2726 Manton Street
5. 2725 Ingram Street 13. 2704 Manton Street 21. 2738 Manton Street
6. 2727 Ingram Street 14. 2706 Manton Street 22. 2740 Manton Street
7. 2729 Ingram Street 15. 2710 Manton Street 23. 2705 Oakford Street
8. 2731 Ingram Street 16. 2712 Manton Street 24. 2720 Oakford Street*

1210, 1212, and 1214 S. 27th Street are currently in the ownership of the City of
Philadelphia (“City”). All properties will be conveyed to the Land Bank prior to
settlement. All other properties in the Development Site are owned by the Land Bank.

The Development Site has an aggregated appraised fair market value of $1.32 Million.

Pre-Submission Conference *Please note the location of the meeting has been changed to Conference Room B. Attendees should check in with the front desk before proceeding to the meeting.
A pre-submission conference (non-mandatory) will be held on July 10, 2019 at 10:00 AM in Conference Room B, 1234 Market Street, 17th Floor, Philadelphia.
Submission Deadline
All Proposals, along with a good faith deposit in the amount of $1,500 or 10% of the offer price, whichever is greater, must be received on or before 4:00 PM on July 30, 2019. All submissions must be addressed to the attention of: Angel Rodriguez, Executive Director, Philadelphia Land Bank, 1234 Market Street, 16th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107.
Schedule
The timeline for this Development Opportunity is as follows:
Event
Date
RFP Posted
June 21, 2019
Pre-Submission Conference
July 10, 2019, at 10:00 AM
Questions/Requests for Information Due*
July 11, 2019 by 4:00 PM
Questions & Answers posted to Land Bank website
July 22, 2019
Submissions deadline
August 6, 2019 by 4:00 PM
Developer Interviews Request Developers Tentatively Hold Date Open
Week of August 19, 2019
Developer(s) Selection Target Date
September 6, 2019
*All questions or comments regarding this RFP must be submitted in writing by email to: Angel Rodriguez.
Questions will not be accepted via telephone.
The RFP and all associated exhibits are below. Please download and complete all of the following documents:
Grays Ferry Manton Street et al 062119
Exhibit A – Legal Descriptions

Previous RFPs

West Philadelphia Moderate Rehab RFP

The Philadelphia Land Bank (“Land Bank”) is soliciting proposals from developers to acquire and rehabilitate nine (9) structures located in West Philadelphia for affordable homeownership in accordance with this Request for Proposals (“RFP”).

The site consists of the following address (collectively, the “Development Site”):

  1. 1129 S. 53rd Street
  2. 1124 S. 56th Street
  3. 1247 S. Peach Street
  4. 5738 Belmar Street
  5. 1261 S. St. Bernard Street
  6. 2131 S. 57th Street
  7. 2012 S. Salford Street
  8. 5723 Kingsessing Avenue
  9. 2034 S. Cecil Street

All properties not currently within the Land Bank’s ownership will be conveyed to the Land Bank prior to settlement. All other properties are owned by the Land Bank.

Pre-Submission Conference
A pre-submission conference (non-mandatory) will be held on April 5, 2019 at 10:00 AM in the Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation Board Room, 1234 Market Street, 17th Floor, Philadelphia.
Submission Deadline
All Proposals, along with a good faith deposit in the amount of $1,500 or 10% of the offer price, whichever is greater, must be received on or before 4:00 PM on May 10, 2019. All submissions must be addressed to the attention of:
Angel Rodriguez, Executive Director
Philadelphia Land Bank, 1234 Market Street, 16th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107.
Schedule
The timeline for this Development Opportunity is as follows:
Event
Date
RFP Posted
March 27, 2019
Pre-Submission Conference
April 5, 2019, at 10:00 AM
Questions/Requests for Information Due*
April 19, 2019 by 4:00 PM
Questions & Answers posted to Land Bank website
April 26, 2019
Submissions deadline
May 10, 2019 by 4:00 PM
Developer Interviews Request Developers Tentatively Hold Date Open
Week of May 27, 2019
Developer(s) Selection Target Date
June 10, 2019
*All questions or comments regarding this RFP must be submitted in writing by email to: Angel Rodriguez.
Questions will not be accepted via telephone.
The RFP and all associated exhibits are below. Please download and complete all of the following documents:

Grays Ferry Affordable Homeownership RFP

The Philadelphia Land Bank (“Land Bank”) is soliciting proposals from developers to acquire and develop nineteen (19) parcels located in the Grays Ferry neighborhood for affordable homeownership in accordance with this Request for Proposals (“RFP”).

The site consists of the following addresses (collectively, the “Development Site”):

1. 1327 S. 27th Street 8. 2724 Earp Street 15. 2626 Sears Street
2. 2613 Earp Street 9. 2727 Earp Street 16. 2630 Sears Street
3. 2616 Earp Street 10. 2735 Earp Street 17. 2642 Sears Street
4. 2701 Earp Street 11. 2639 Reed Street 18. 2648 Sears Street
5. 2703 Earp Street 12. 2641 Reed Street 19. 2700 Sears Street
6. 2714 Earp Street 13. 2643 Reed Street
7. 2719 Earp Street 14. 2614 Sears Street

 

2648 Sears Street is currently in the ownership of the City of Philadelphia (“City”). 2626 Sears Street is currently in the ownership of Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation (“PHDC”). Both properties will be conveyed to the Land Bank prior to settlement.  All other properties in the Development Site are owned by the Land Bank.

The Land Bank will be the managing entity for all aspects of this solicitation process and will coordinate disposition of the Development Site to the selected applicant.

The Development Site has an aggregated appraised fair market value of $1.09 Million.

Pre-Submission Conference
A pre-submission conference (non-mandatory) will be held on February 19, 2019 at 10:00 AM in the Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation Board Room, 1234 Market Street, 17th Floor, Philadelphia.
Submission Deadline
All Proposals, along with a good faith deposit in the amount of $1,500 or 10% of the offer price, whichever is greater, must be received on or before 4:00 PM on March 15, 2019. All submissions must be addressed to the attention of:
Christi Jackson, Director of Real Estate
Philadelphia Land Bank, 1234 Market Street, 16th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107.
Schedule
The timeline for this Development Opportunity is as follows:
Event
Date
RFP Posted
February 5, 2019
Pre-Submission Conference
February 19, 2019, at 10:00 AM
Questions/Requests for Information Due*
February 22, 2019 by 4:00 PM
Questions & Answers posted to Land Bank website
March 1, 2019
Submissions deadline
March 15, 2019 by 4:00 PM
Developer Interviews Request Developers Tentatively Hold Date Open
Week of April 1, 2019
Developer(s) Selection Target Date
April 15, 2019
*All questions or comments regarding this RFP must be submitted in writing by email to: Christi Jackson.
Questions will not be accepted via telephone.
The RFP and all associated exhibits are below. Please download and complete all of the following documents:

RFP for 5107, 5109, 5111, 5113, 5121, 5123, & 5125 Market Street

The Philadelphia Land Bank (“Land Bank”) is soliciting proposals from developers to acquire and develop seven (7) parcels along the 5100 block of Market Street. The site consists of the following addresses: 5107, 5109, 5111, 5113, 5121, 5123, & 5125 Market Street (collectively “Development Site”).  The Development Site is currently in the ownership of the City of Philadelphia (“City”), but will be conveyed to the Land Bank prior to settlement.  The Land Bank will be the managing entity for all aspects of this solicitation process, and will coordinate disposition of the Development Site to the winning developer. The Land Bank expects competitive offer prices and invites proposals for the entire Development Site.  There are no restrictions on the type of development proposed.
Pre-Submission Conference
A pre-submission conference (non-mandatory) will be held on July 23, 2018 at 10am in the Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation Board Room, 1234 Market Street, 17th Floor, Philadelphia.
Submission Deadline
All proposals, including a good faith deposit  in the amount of 10% of the bid price, must be received on or before 4pm on August 17, 2018. All submissions must be addressed to the attention of:
Christi Jackson, Director of Real Estate
Philadelphia Land Bank, 1234 Market Street, 16th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107.
Schedule
The timeline for this Development Opportunity is as follows:
Event
Date
RFP Posted
July 9, 2018
Pre-Submission Conference
July 23, 2018, 10am
Questions/Requests for Information Due*
July 27, 2018 4pm
Questions & Answers posted to Land Bank website
August 3, 2018
Submissions deadline
August 17, 2018 by 4pm
Developer Interviews Request Developers Tentatively Hold Date Open
Week of September 3, 2018
Developer(s) Selection Target Date
September 17, 2018
*All questions or comments regarding this RFP must be submitted in writing by email to: Christi Jackson.
Questions will not be accepted via telephone.
The RFP and all associated exhibits are below. Please download and complete all of the following documents:

RFP for 5334, 5336, 5338, 5340, 5342, & 5344 Market Street

The Philadelphia Land Bank (“Land Bank”) is soliciting proposals from developers to acquire and develop six (6) contiguous parcels along the 5300 block of Market Street. The site consists of the following addresses: 5334, 5336, 5338, 5340, 5342, & 5344 Market Street (collectively “Development Site”).  The Development Site is currently in the ownership of the City of Philadelphia (“City”), but will be conveyed to the Land Bank prior to settlement.  The Land Bank will be the managing entity for all aspects of this solicitation process, and will coordinate disposition of the Development Site to the winning developer. The Land Bank expects competitive offer prices and invites proposals for the entire Development Site.  There are no restrictions on the type of development proposed.

Please note the RFP document was revised on March 29, 2018 at 10am

Pre-Submission Conference
A pre-submission conference (non-mandatory) will be held on April 11, 2018 at 10am in the Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation Board Room, 1234 Market Street, 17th Floor, Philadelphia.

Sign-In Sheet

Submission Deadline
All proposals, including a good faith deposit  in the amount of 10% of the bid price, must be received on or before 4pm on May 4, 2018. All submissions must be addressed to the attention of:

Christi Jackson, Director of Real Estate
Philadelphia Land Bank, 1234 Market Street, 16th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107.

Schedule
The timeline for this Development Opportunity is as follows:

Event Date
RFP Posted March 28, 2018
Pre-Submission Conference April 11, 2018, 10am
Questions/Requests for Information Due* April 16, 2018 4pm
Questions & Answers posted to Land Bank website April 20, 2018
Submissions deadline May 4, 2018 by 4pm
Developer Interviews Request Developers Tentatively Hold Date Open Week of May 21, 2018
Developer(s) Selection Target Date May 30, 2018

* All questions or comments regarding this RFP must be submitted in writing by email to: Christi Jackson.
Questions will not be accepted via telephone

The revised RFP and all associated exhibits are below. Please download and complete all of the following documents.

RFP 5334 5336 5338 5340 5342 5344 Market (Revised)
Exhibit A – Legal Description 5334
Exhibit B – Site Plan – 5334
Exhibit C – Economic Opportunity Plan – 5334
Exhibit D – Property Application Package – 5334
Exhibit E – Certificate of Non-Indebtedness – 5334
Exhibit-F – Tax Clearance and Conflict of Interest Form – 5334
Exhibit G – Campaign Disclosure Form 5334
Exhibit H – Purchase and Development Agreement – 5334


RFP 1901-09 N. 33rd Street and 1911-1915 N. 33rd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19121

The Philadelphia Land Bank is soliciting proposals from developers to acquire and develop some or all of eight contiguous parcels along the 1900 block of North 33rd Street. The Land Bank will be the managing entity for all aspects of this solicitation process and will coordinate disposition of the Development Site to the winning developer.

The RFP has been revised (March 9, 2018) to include subsection H (Social Impact) on pages 5-6 in Section VI (Proposal Submission Requirements).

Pre-Submission Conference
A pre-submission conference (non-mandatory) will be held on March 12, 2018 at 10am in the Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation Board Room, 1234 Market Street, 17th Floor, Philadelphia.

Sign In Sheet

Submission Deadline
All proposals, including a good faith deposit  in the amount of 10% of the bid price, must be received on or before 4pm on April 6, 2018.

Schedule
The timeline for this Development Opportunity is as follows:

Event Date
Notice of RFP Opportunity Posted February 26, 2018
Pre-Submission Conference March 12, 2018, 10am
Questions/Requests for Information Due* March 16, 2018 4:30pm
Questions & Answers posted to Land Bank website March 23, 2018
Submissions deadline April 6, 2018 by 4pm
Developer Interviews Request Developers Tentatively Hold Date Open April 27, 2018
Developer(s) Selection Target Date May 11, 2018

 

* All questions or comments regarding this RFP must be submitted in writing by email to: Christi Jackson.
Questions will not be accepted via telephone.

The RFP and all associated exhibits are below. Please download and complete all of the following documents.

RFP 1901-1909 North 33rd Street and 1909-1911 33rd Street (Revised) 

Exhibit A – Legal Description 1901 – 09 and 1911-1915 N 33rd St

Exhibit B – Site Plan 1901 – 09 and 1911-1915 N 33rd St

Exhibit C – Phases I and II ESA Strawberry Mansion BATTA

Exhibit D – Economic Opportunity Plan

Exhibit E – Application and Development Sources and Uses of Funds Statement

Exhibit F – Certificate of Non-Indebtedness

Exhibit G – Tax-Clearance-and-Conflict-of-Interest-Form

Exhibit H – Campaign Disclosure Form

Exhibit I – Purchase and Development Agreement

Homeownership Workforce Housing Scattered Sites, West Poplar RFP

March 2017

Also, please note the marketing plan posted outlines for the selected developer.  Your response only needs to include the items outlined in actual RFP.

The Philadelphia Land Bank (“Land Bank”) invites competitive workforce housing proposals from developers to purchase and develop 15 publicly owned properties (vacant lots), located in the West Poplar neighborhood of Philadelphia.

Marketing Workforce Housing Units – Developer Obligations
Prior to scheduling settlement for disposition, the Developer will be required to submit a Marketing Plan for review and approval.   Workforce Housing Marketing Requirements

The RFP and all associated exhibits are below. Please download and complete all of the following documents.

RFP-Homeownership-Workforce-Housing-Scattered-Sites-West-Poplar 
Exhibit A Legal Descriptions
Exhibit B Workforce Housing Deed Restrictive Covenant
Exhibit C CPI & Sample Calculation
Exhibit D1 Development Team and Project Detail
Exhibit D2 Pro forma
Exhibit E WFH Credit Enhancement Product Information (revised)
Exhibit F City of Philadelphia Economic Opportunity Plan
Exhibit G Certificate of Non-Indebtedness
Exhibit H Campaign Disclosure Forms
Exhibit I Tax Clearance and Conflict of Interest Form
Exhibit J Purchase and Development Agreement


West Poplar Workforce Housing RFP...


Re-Issuance of West Poplar Workforce Housing RFP
Today, November 2, 2016, the Philadelphia Land Bank re-issued the West Poplar Workforce Housing RFP. Developers are encouraged to submit competitive proposals to purchase and develop seven publicly-owned properties (vacant lots), located in the West Poplar neighborhood of Philadelphia. The goal of this Request for Proposals (RFP) is to facilitate the development of homeownership family-style workforce housing units under the WFH Program. The program is designed to leverage the value of publicly-owned land to create housing opportunities that will be affordable to households with incomes up to 120 percent of the area median income.

 

The RFP and all associated exhibits are below. Please download and complete all of the following documents.

West-Poplar-RFP

Exhibit-A-Legal-Descriptions

Exhibit-B-Workforce-Housing-Deed-of-Restrictive-Covenant

Exhibit-C-CPI-Sample-Calculation

Exhibit-D-Development-Team-and-Project-Detail_Multi-Unit-Narrative-

Exhibit-E-City-of-Philadelphia-Economic-Opportunity-Plan

Exhibit-F-Certificate-of-Non-Indebtedness

Exhibit-G-Campaign-Disclosure-Forms

Exhibit-H-Tax-Clearance-and-Conflict-of-Interest-Form

Exhibit-I-Purchase-and-Development-Agreement



Point Breeze Workforce Housing RFP...


The Philadelphia Land Bank invites competitive proposals from developers to purchase and develop nine publicly-owned properties (vacant lots), located in the Point Breeze neighborhood of Philadelphia. The goal of this Request for Proposals (RFP) is to facilitate the development of homeownership family-style workforce housing units under the WFH Program. The program is designed to leverage the value of publicly-owned land to create housing opportunities that will be affordable to households with incomes up to 120% of the area median income. The RFP and all associated exhibits are below: please download and complete all of the following documents. The deadline for submission is October 17, 2016 by 3pm. The briefing is on September 27 at 2:30pm.

Question & Answers Regarding Land Bank Point Breeze RFP

October 6, 2016

Q: Are all the lots being sold as one (1) group of lots?
A: Yes, the parcels will be conveyed to one applicant – lots will not be sold individually. Applicants must submit a proposal for the development of all lots in the RFP.

Q: What is the starting bid?
A: There is no starting bid. Given the constraints on the as-complete sale values, nominal disposition will be considered.

Q: What is the protocol on the resale price?
A: Properties must be sold to a household not exceeding 120 %AMI and the targeted sale price may not exceed $230,000 for each unit. Income thresholds for buyers are outlined below.

Household Size Maximum Household Income
120 AMI
1 $67,560
2 $77,160
3 $86,760
4 $96,360
5 $104,160

Income documentation will be required from homebuyers documenting that they do not exceed the income guidelines.

Q: Is it the developer’s responsibility to find and qualify buyers followed by City verification?
A: Yes. The selected developer and/or their agent should identify and screen applicants before entering into an agreement of sale so that the buyer is likely qualified to purchase the home. The Land Bank is responsible for giving formal approval of homebuyer eligibility.

Point Breeze RFP

Exhibit-A-Legal-Descriptions

Exhibit-B-Workforce-Housing-Deed-of-Restrictive-Covenant

Exhibit-C-CPI-&-Sample-Calculation

Ehibit-D-Development-Team-and-Project-Detail_Multi-Unit-Narrative

Exhibit-E-City-of-Philadelphia-Economic-Opportunity-Plan

Exhibit-F-Certificate-of-Non-Indebtedness

Exhibit-G-Campaign-Disclosure-Forms

Exhibit-H-Tax-Clearance-and-Conflict-of-Interest-Form

Exhibit-I-Purchase-and-Development-Agreement



Francisville Workforce Housing RFP...


The Philadelphia Land Bank has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) to develop workforce housing on eight vacant properties in Francisville. This is the first of several workforce housing RFPs that will be issued this year to preserve affordable housing options in appreciating neighborhoods. The RFP and all associated exhibits are below.

Francisville RFP 06-01-16

Francisville Workforce Housing RFP Q&A

Exhibit A – Legal Descriptions – Francisville

Exhibit B – Workforce Housing Deed of Restrictive Covenant

Exhibit C – CPI & Sample Calculation

Exhibit D1 – Development Team & Project Detail

Exhibit D2 – Project Proforma

Exhibit E – Guidelines for Lot Sizes and Design Standards

Exhibit F -City of Philadelphia Economic Opportunity Plan

Exhibit G – Certificate of Non-Indebtedness

Exhibit H – Campaign Disclosure Forms

Exhibit I – Tax Clearance and Conflict of Interest Form

Exhibit J – Purchase and Development Agreement

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