Addendum #1 – Art Lofts RFQ for Construction Manager

Addendum 1 – Art Lofts GC

Request for Qualifications – Mango Cove Apartments – Architectural Services

Request for Qualifications – Mango Cove Apartments – Architectural Services

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001 Survey

002 Site plan

003 Elevation

Request for Qualifications to Provide Construction Management Services – Art Lofts of West Village

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Community Contribution Tax Credit…

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Great Give 2016

Great Give 2015       

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Everyone needs a place to call home – somewhere safe and comfortable to raise a family that will grow and prosper.

Thank you to our individual supporters for your generosity! Neighborhood Renaissance exceeded our $4,500 goal and raised $5,803 in a single day, which will be matched by an additional funds from the Great Give 2016 bonus pool!

We would like to recognize the following local businesses for supporting our efforts to provide homes that are within the financial reach of Palm Beach County’s workforce:

Aaron Group, LLC
Alexi Knight Architects, Inc.
Deprez Team
Dixie Printing
Flick Photographic
Florida Community Bank
Friedman, Feldmesser & Karpeles, CPA, LLC
Hartnett Building Group LLC
Maid Pro
Miller Land Planning, Inc.
Signature Home Maintenance
The Coppage Company
Wellington Electric

Accreditations…

Certified by the Florida Alliance of Community Development Corporations since February 2014

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FLACDCFlorida Alliance of Community Development Corporations (FLACDC), a statewide community economic development membership organization certified Neighborhood Renaissance as meeting the operational standards for the Community Economic Development industry in Florida.  Certification is earned and awarded as a business credential only after completing a rigorous, peer review process and is based on the use of best policies and practices in the community development field and is valid for two years. FLACDC was founded to secure the financial well-being and future of low and moderate-income people by advancing housing, economic development and community building strategies of Florida’s nonprofit organizations.

feb2014-flacdc-presentation-2Pictured left to right: FLACDC Certification Committee Member Leslie Lily, Neighborhood Renaissance Executive Director Terri Murray, FLACDC Executive Director Terry Chelikowsky and Neighborhood Renaissance Board Members Bette Anne Starkey and Romin Currier. Renaissance

Accredited by Nonprofits First at the level of “Excellence in Nonprofit Management” since November 2014

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Excellence in Nonprofit ManagementNonprofits First created administrative standards that meet core requirements of the federal, state, and local laws and regulations that govern nonprofits, best practices in management, as well as the expectations of many public and private funders.

 

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Nonprofits First Director of Accreditation Adriene Tyrnes and Board Member Philip DiComo present their official certificate for successful achievement of 2015 Accreditation for Excellence in Nonprofit Management to Executive Director Terri Murray and Board Chair Carl A. Flick at the Neighborhood Renaissance, Inc. November 19, 2015 board meeting.

PRESS RELEASE

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BID OPPORTUNITY

PUBLIC NOTICE

NEIGHBORHOOD RENAISSANCE, INC

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS AND BID PROPOSALS FOR materials, labor and general contractor services for the construction of street, sidewalk, landscape, irrigation, a bus shelter and signage in the city of Boynton Beach, Florida. This project is being funded through a CDBG Grant from the city of Boynton Beach and an UrbanLift Grant from Wells Fargo Bank. Bonding is required and Davis-Bacon regulations apply. The full notice for Invitation for Bid will be posted on http://neighborhoodrenaissance.org/blog/. Bidders must register by e-mail: michaelp@neighborhoodrenaissance.org to receive any subsequent notices and or addendums. Attendance is recommended at a pre-bid meeting scheduled for Friday, December 19, 2014 at 10:00 AM. Sealed bids are due on or before Monday, January 26, 2015 at 3:00 PM at which time bids shall be publicly opened and read.

PUBLISH: Friday, January 12, 2014

ITB Invitation to Bid

Plans (Be patient as this large file may load slowly)

Contract and General Conditions

Addendum No. 1

Addendum No. 2

Pre-Bid Conference Agenda

Halloween Fun

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Board Members Sandra Corrigan, Carl A. Flick and Julie Hyatt (in pirate costume) “trick or treat” Halloween visitors at the Neighborhood Renaissance Clematis by Fright booth.

UrbanLIFT Grant Presentation

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UrbanLIFT Grant Presentation from Wells Fargo.

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Everyone needs a place to call home – somewhere safe and comfortable to raise a family that will grow and prosper.  Thank you to our individual supporters for your generosity! Neighborhood Renaissance met our goal to raise $4,500 in a single day.  We would like to recognize the following local businesses for supporting our efforts to provide homes that are within the financial reach of Palm Beach County’s workforce:

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Aaron Group, LLC

Carr Builders

CPS Painting and Waterproofing

Dixie Printing

Engenuity Goup

Flick Photographic

Friedman, Feldmesser & Karpeles, CPA, LLC

Hartnett Building Group LLC

Pincus & Currier

Raider Rooter

Specific Objects

Stuart and Shelby

The Coppage Company

FLORIDA SOLICITATION OF CONTRIBUTIONS REGISTRATION NUMBER CH15065. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE:  1-800-HELP-FLA (435-7352) OR BY EMAILING:  www.FloridaConsumerHelp.com

 

Homebuyer Classes…

ARE YOU READY TO OWN A HOME?

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Learn what it takes and find out about first-time homebuyer opportunities!

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Working Your Way HOME…

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To help provide low and moderate-income families access to quality rental homes within their financial reach, Neighborhood Renaissance, Inc. developed the Working Your Way Home Program.

Single-Family Homes

We wish to welcome the following new tenants to their homes:

  • Ms. Miller – Kirk Lane
  • The Biller Family – Wynnewood Dr.
  • Ms. Aime – Seminole Rd.
  • The Johnson’s – Bresee Rd.
  • The Bulte/Barracras – Wisconsin St.
  • The Cannon Family – Souchak Ave.
  • The Bell Family – Florida St.
  • The Stumpe Family – Carandis Rd.
  • The Ortiz Family – Florida Mango Rd.
  • The Jenkins Family – Dorchester Mews
  • The Alvin Family – Palo Alto Dr.

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Headquarters…

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Neighborhood Renaissance is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit community development corporation dedicated to breathing new life into economically distressed neighborhoods.

We do so by creating workforce housing opportunities, jobs, and small business prospects for low- and moderate-income persons.

Learn more about Neighborhood Renaissance….

Westgate Story…

Ribbon Cutting at 2495 Hiawatha Ave., West Palm Beach Pictured (left to right): New homeowner Aston O’Connor; Leslie Lilly, Community Foundation of PB & Martin Counties; Jim Walker, Florida Community Loan Fund; Commissioner Priscilla Taylor ; Trina Allen, new homeowner; and CRA Board Member Joanne Rufty

A ribbon-cutting marks the completion of each project.

A day when everyone involved with the project comes together and hands over the key to the happy new owner/tenant.

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Housing Programs…

Our Housing Programs Meet Many Different Needs

Neighborhood Renaissance provides a variety of programs to assist Palm Beach County residents who need an affordable home.  We recognize that no one program is right for everyone and that there are many different housing needs in the community.  Neighborhood Renaissance works to address these needs providing the following programs:

• Housing and Credit Counseling
• Rental Preservation
• Lease-Purchase Housing
• Community Land Trust
• Affordable Housing Development

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A Wish Comes True…

Liz Santiago moved to Palm Beach County from Puerto Rico after attending a family wedding many years ago.  Even though she works two jobs, Liz was able to afford only a small apartment, which was just large enough for her and her youngest daughter.  Her two older children still live and attend school in Puerto Rico. She wished for the day that she would be able to afford to buy a home large enough to reunite her entire family under one roof… “I have been searching for a place that was large enough for my entire family but could not find anything that I could afford.  I doubted that I would ever own a home. Neighborhood Renaissance gave me the opportunity to buy a quality home that I am proud of.”  With the purchase of her new three bedroom home in West Palm Beach through the Neighborhood Stabilization Program, Liz’s wish came true.

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Ribbon Cutting Event for 4638 Kelmar Drive

PBC TV’s coverage of a ribbon cutting event hosted by Neighborhood Renaissance and County Commissioner Paulette Burdick.

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Caroline Apartments Ribbon Cutting

WPEC News of West Palm Beach covers the ribbon cutting of Neighborhood Renaissance’s Caroline Apartments

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Mathis Place Ribbon Cutting Celebration

Mathis Place Multifamily Housing Complex.

Palm Beach Post Feature Article

Empty Houses Back In Service.