As part of Philadelphia’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, you must have a pre-scheduled appointment/meeting to visit PHDC offices.
Through the Competitive Sales process, through the Request For Proposals (RFPs) or Request for Qualifications (RFQ) processes, PHDC works with our public, private and nonprofit partners to help make Philadelphia’s neighborhoods and communities better block by block. Explore these development/business opportunities.
As of July 2019 the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority (PRA) and the Philadelphia Land Bank (PLB) are staffed by employees of PHDC. PRA and the Land Bank remain independent organizations overseen by independent boards of directors. Accordingly, you may see references to PRA and the PLB. PHDC, PLB and PRA work together to create seamless programs and services that support community development in the City of Philadelphia.
PHDC offers Competitive Sales of vacant parcels and vacant properties.
PHDC engages contractors to make improvements at recreation centers, libraries, parks and other public facilities.
PHDC puts out Request For Proposals (RFPs) to develop large parcels of public land or vacant buildings.
At times PHDC will have funding opportunities tied to new programs.
Professional Services RFPs
PHDC issues RFPs for services to augment our staff’s capabilities.
How to Become a BSRP or AMP Contractor
PHDC’s Home Improvement Programs use small contractors to make home repairs for Philadelphia residents.