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What is the difference between an NSP redevelopment activity and a rehabilitation activity?

Date Published: October 2012

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For the purposes of NSP, redevelopment is typically used to describe activities that include the new construction of housing on vacant or demolished properties, or the conversion of property from a non-residential use to housing. Under redevelopment, there may be a change of use at the site such as converting a vacant commercial building to residential units, or the new construction of "in fill" units on vacant lots as part of a broader neighborhood revitalization plan. Rehabilitation typically refers to renovation, remodeling and repair of existing housing units for continued residential use, either for sale or for rent.


Tags: NSP Redevelopment

FAQ ID:

1133