The Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority (PRA) is the City’s implementation arm for community development, and partner agency with the Department of Planning & Development. Established in 1945, PRA has a rich history and involvement with many of the city’s major redevelopment projects. Today, PRA focuses on investing in equitable communities and building public-private partnerships to promote social impact.
Public Bid for Hawthorne Playground Repair Project
The PRA is pleased to issue this Public Bid for improvement to the Hawthorne Playground Basketball Court at 1200 Carpenter Street, Philadelphia, PA.
RFQ for Pre-Qualified General Contractor List
The PRA is pleased to issue this Request for Qualifications seeking qualifications from general contractors and construction management firms interested in becoming pre-qualified as PRA qualified cost containment contractors.
RFP for Multi-Family Rental And Homeownership Development Legal Services
PRA invites competitive proposals from qualified attorneys to provide legal services. Applicants must have familiarity with the regulations, practices and policies of HUD’s CDBG, HOME, Neighborhood Stabilization, Supportive Housing, HOPWA and Capital Advance Programs, the LIHTC program and the City of Philadelphia’s Housing Trust Fund Program.
RFP for Environmental Consulting Services
PRA is seeking a consultant to provide environmental consulting services.
- Question and Answers added 02/05/2019
Latest News and Events
PRA Expands Financing for WorkForce Housing
PRA announces the expansion of the Workforce Housing Credit Enhancement —a loan guarantee that helps developers finance much-needed middle-income housing developments in rapidly appreciating neighborhoods.
Maguire Residence Breaks Ground – Housing for People Recovering From Addiction
The Maguire Residence project involves the adaptive reuse and substantial rehabilitation of the old Frances Willard School. There will be 42 low-income housing units. PRA is providing a non-recourse construction/permanent mortgage of up to $2,000,000.
Parkside Fields Breaks Ground
Mayor Kenney celebrated the first groundbreaking for Rebuilding Community Infrastructure (Rebuild) which took place at Parkside Fields. PRA is managing the project.