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           REQUEST FOR
          PROPOSALS (RFP)



         TO DEVELOP AND OPERATE
 TRANSITIONAL AND PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE
             HOUSING FACILITIES
          IN THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO
FOR HOMELESS ADULTS WITH SERIOUS MENTAL
        ILLNESS OR DUAL DIAGNOSIS




                 ISSUED:
              January 14, 2002




           SUBMITTAL DEADLINE:
         on or before 12 o’clock noon
            Monday, April 8, 2002
                                    TABLE OF CONTENTS



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Introduction
Background
Purpose Of RFP
Description Of Sponsoring Agencies
Funding Availability
Proposal Description
Proposal Requirements
Supportive Services Delivery Requirements
Application Process
Proposal Submittal Requirements
Selection Criteria
Selection Process
Schedule For Developer Selection



ATTACHMENTS

Attachment 1       Definitions
Attachment 2       Equal Opportunity Requirements
Attachment 3       Statement Of Interest
Attachment 4       Project Summary
Attachment 5       Proposed Development Team
Attachment 6       Housing Management Experience
Attachment 7       Proforma
Attachment 8       Timeline
Attachment 9       Developer Disclosure Statement
Attachment 10      Schedule and Analysis of Real Estate Owned
Attachment 11      Tenant Characteristics Form
                    REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP)
  TO DEVELOP AND OPERATE TRANSITIONAL AND PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE
   HOUSING FACILITIES IN THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO FOR HOMELESS ADULTS
           WITH SERIOUS MENTAL ILLNESS OR DUAL DIAGNOSIS


INTRODUCTION

Centre City Development Corporation (“CCDC”) of the City of San Diego, in collaboration
with the San Diego Housing Commission (“Housing Commission”), the City of San Diego
Community and Economic Development Department (Redevelopment Agency and
Community Services Division), the City of San Diego City Manager’s Office, the County of
San Diego Health and Human Services Agency Adult Mental Health Services, and the
Corporation for Supportive Housing, invites qualified housing developers, non-profit
organizations, property owners, and development teams to submit their proposals to
develop and operate affordable service-enriched housing primarily for single persons who
are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless with specific special needs. The primary
target population is homeless adults living with serious and persistent mental illness,
including those with dual diagnosis of substance abuse problems, with incomes at or below
30% of area median income. On- or off-site supportive services must be provided to
residents of the housing. Projects may be located anywhere within the San Diego city
limits where permitted by zoning and other land use policies and regulations.

On October 14, 2001, Governor Davis signed AB 936--jointly sponsored by Senator Dede
Alpert and Assemblyman Juan Vargas-- which included a provision granting $750,000 to
the City of San Diego to be used in the construction of very low income housing to support
existing City/County special needs homeless programs. These state funds, along with
funding and resources from CCDC, the Housing Commission, the City of San Diego, the
County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency, and the Corporation for
Supportive Housing, form the basis of this RFP.


BACKGROUND

In December1999, the City Council approved a five-part program to assist the special
needs homeless population in the downtown area. This unique collaborative program
between the City of San Diego, County of San Diego, CCDC, and the Housing
Commission, in partnership with the business community and non-profit agencies, is part of
a proposed continuum of care to address the severely mentally ill, substance dependent,
and dually-diagnosed homeless. The five elements of the City’s Downtown Special Needs
Homeless Program are: 1) create centralized intake and referral system and locate a
facility; 2) build or rehabilitate 100 transitional housing beds for severely mentally ill
homeless; 3) build or rehabilitate 100 permanent supportive housing units for severely
mentally ill homeless; 4) expand residential alcohol and drug treatment programs for
substance dependent and dually diagnosed homeless by 80 beds; and 5) evaluate and
expand Police Department Serial Inebriate Program into downtown and surrounding areas.

In November 2000, a collaboration consisting of the County and City of San Diego, San Diego Housing
Commission, CCDC, the business community and local non-profits received a three-year grant from the State
for $10.1 million under AB 2034 to develop a program to serve the downtown seriously mentally ill homeless.
This Integrated Services Program--called San Diego REACH (Reaching out to Empower and Achieve Client
Health)--provides case management, rehabilitation, and vocational training for 250 homeless adults who have
serious and persistent mental illness and/or are dually diagnosed with substance abuse problems. Housing is
currently provided for as many REACH clients as possible through funding from the City of San Diego, San
Diego Housing Commission and CCDC in existing supportive housing, SRO’s, shelters and apartments in the
downtown, Uptown, Mid-City, North Park and Midway areas. A significant lack of affordable housing stock has
limited the number of clients that can be appropriately housed.



PURPOSE OF RFP

This Request for Proposals (“RFP”) is issued to address that lack of affordable housing for
the special needs homeless population. It is part of a joint effort to implement the City’s
Downtown Special Needs Homeless Program, to provide housing in support of the
County/City AB 2034 REACH Integrated Services Program, and is part of a long-term
commitment to create service enriched housing to lessen homelessness for people with
serious mental illness.

Approximately $2.25 million and up to 50 HUD Section 8 vouchers will be made available
through this request for proposals, as well as pre-development funding opportunities and
supportive services. It is intended that at least 50 units in two separate sites be built as a
result of this RFP, and that these units add to the current City of San Diego housing
inventory. Projects may be located anywhere within San Diego city limits where permitted
by zoning and other land use policies and regulations.

The purpose of this RFP is to identify developers and development teams with the interest
and necessary expertise to develop and operate service-enriched rental housing units,
either transitional or permanent supportive housing types, targeted to homeless adults with
special needs whose income is no more than 30 percent of Area Median Income
("extremely low income").

Developers will be responsible for development of the housing and the long-term
ownership of the projects, including but not limited to full property management and
maintenance responsibilities, building security, and coordination of the supportive services
to special needs residents. Developers of transitional housing will, in addition, be
responsible for providing the supportive services. Funding agencies will require the
continued operation of these projects for a period of 55 years in accordance with regulatory
agreements.


DESCRIPTION OF SPONSORING AGENCIES

Centre City Development Corporation (CCDC). CCDC is a public, non-profit agency
created by the San Diego City Council in 1975 to implement downtown redevelopment
activities. CCDC functions pursuant to an Operating Agreement with the City of San Diego
Redevelopment Agency. CCDC is responsible for a wide range of activities affecting
downtown including planning, property acquisition, working with qualified developers and
property owners on rehabilitation or new developments, and construction or rehabilitation
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of public improvements and facilities. CCDC provides a one-stop development process
with the exception that building permits are issued by Development Services of the City.
CCDC works closely with Development Services to facilitate projects in the downtown area.

San Diego Housing Commission. San Diego Housing Commission (SDHC) is a public
agency, created in 1979 by the San Diego City Council, to address affordable housing
needs citywide. SDHC helps house more than 75,000 San Diegans each year through a
variety of programs, including rental assistance, development of new housing, rehabilitation
of older housing, management of publicly owned housing, and financial assistance for low-
to moderate-income first time homebuyers. SDHC also works with other organizations to
meet special housing needs.

City of San Diego Community and Economic Development Department.
Redevelopment Agency: The City’s Redevelopment Agency was created by the City
Council in 1958 to eliminate blight and improve economic and physical conditions in
designated areas of the city. Although the Redevelopment Agency is a separate, legal
entity, the City Council serves as its legislative body. The Redevelopment Division of the
City's Community and Economic Development Department serves as staff to the Agency,
and coordinates budget and reporting requirements, prepares the Agency docket, and
coordinates the activities of the Agency's two public, nonprofit corporations, Centre City
Development Corporation (CCDC) and Southeastern Economic Development Corp.
(SEDC). The Redevelopment Agency's 15 redevelopment project areas encompass more
than 8,000 acres. Community Services: The mission of the Community Services Division
is to provide high-quality human services that enhance the quality of life to the diverse
population of San Diego. The nine areas of focus within the Community Services Division
are CDBG/Social Services, Childcare Services, Disability Services, Youth Services,
Welfare to Work/Pride and Promise, Operation Weed and Seed, Grants Coordination and
Homeless Services. Through the Homeless Services Program, the City plans, organizes
and coordinates initiatives and strategies to assist the City's homeless community in
collaboration with other public and private organizations and programs.

County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency, Adult and Older Adult
Mental Health Services. Adult/Older Adult Mental Health Services offers a wide variety of
rehabilitation and recovery programs and services to help people who are troubled by
serious and persistent mental illness, without regard to race, color, creed or disability. This
department of the Health and Human Services Agency was created to promote the
ongoing development of an integrated system of care to serve seriously mentally ill adults
and older adults by (1) increasing the availability of community support and treatment
services, (2) enhancing collaboration with public and private providers of mental health and
other services required by the target populations, (3) increasing the availability of culturally
competent services, (4) providing support for client empowerment, and (5) encouraging the
utilization of community-based alternatives to institutional services.

Corporation for Supportive Housing. The Corporation for Supportive Housing is a
national, not-for-profit, financial and technical assistance intermediary that specializes in
assisting not-for-profit housing and service providers in the design, development and
operation of supportive housing. CSH supports the expansion of permanent housing
opportunities linked to comprehensive services for people who face persistent mental
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health, substance use and other chronic challenges and are at risk of homelessness.
Permanent supportive housing enables people with disabilities to live with stability,
autonomy, and dignity, and reach for their full potential. CSH works through collaborations
with private, nonprofit and government partners and strives to address the needs of, and
holds themselves accountable to, the tenants of supportive housing. CSH resources
include technical assistance in both housing development and service delivery and access
to low-cost acquisition and predevelopment funding. CSH was founded in 1991 and
started its San Diego Program in 2000.


FUNDING AVAILABILITY

Capital funds for this RFP will be drawn from State of California special funds, the Centre
City Development Corporation, the San Diego Housing Commission, the City of San Diego,
and from other sources as identified. For the purposes of preparing financing proposals,
applications should assume that the RFP sponsoring agencies will provide the most
advantageous match of sources with proposed uses, both in terms of eligibility of uses and
in terms of leveraging non-local sources such as the state Multifamily Housing Program or
federal Low-Income Housing Tax Credits.

Applicants selected through this RFP process will be eligible to receive the following
resources

1.       Up to $2.25 million in capital improvements funding, from the following sources:

        $750,000 from the State of California through special legislation
        Up to $1 million from CCDC low/moderate income housing redevelopment set-aside
         funds
        $500,000 from City of San Diego Community Development Block Grant Funds

2.       Up to 50 HUD Section 8 project-based vouchers from the San Diego Housing
         Commission targeted to the homeless disabled and seniors.

3.       Reasonable pre-development funding from the San Diego Housing Commission
         and/or Corporation for Supportive Housing within the bounds of their guidelines and
         mission.

4.       Supportive services through the County of San Diego Health and Human Services
         Agency, Adult Mental Health Services for permanent supportive housing projects.

5.       City and County staff support and assistance in leveraging other public funding, and
         in processing the projects through the discretionary approval and construction
         process.


PROPOSAL DESCRIPTION

This RFP seeks proposals to develop transitional and/or permanent supportive
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housing, as described below (see Attachment 1, Definitions).

It is intended that funding will be awarded to at least two projects providing either
transitional housing with case management and enriched on-site services, or permanent
supportive housing with on-site and/or off-site services and case management. If qualified
proposals are received, it is preferred that at least one transitional and one permanent
supportive housing project be selected. The funds associated with this RFP are expected
to create at least 50 units of housing, but it is anticipated that maximum leveraging of other
resources could result in more units being produced.

Housing units may be in separate stand-alone projects or incorporated into larger
developments, particularly affordable housing developments. In the case where the
permanent supportive housing units are only a portion of a larger affordable housing
project, the units may not in any way differ in quality, size or amenities from other
affordable housing units.

It is the intent of this competition to create new additions to the City of San Diego housing
stock, therefore acquisition and rehabilitation of substantially occupied existing residential
property will not be eligible for funding.

The following types of projects are eligible for funding:

       1) Conversion of existing non-residential buildings to residential use; and/or
       2) New construction; and/or
       3) Rehabilitation of vacant or significantly underutilized residential properties.

Transitional Housing. Transitional housing is affordable housing with on-site
programmatic supportive services, the purpose of which is to facilitate the movement of
homeless individuals and families to permanent housing within 24 months. Transitional
housing is not permanent housing. Transitional housing services, which may be
mandatory, may include, but are not limited to, case management, crisis counseling,
sobriety support, referrals to medical professionals, transportation, recreation and social
activities, employment training, living skills development, financial assistance programs and
other support.

Proposals for transitional housing must:

      Demonstrate the development team’s commitment to the long-term provision of
       services and operations for the project.
      Provide a program design for the proposed on-site services, including a budget and
       narrative description.
      Include a plan for funding services and demonstrate a track record and capacity to
       obtain such funding.
      Provide at least a six month residency with services.
      Include exit strategies for clients to move into permanent housing after completion
       of the transitional housing residency program.
      Have a site with a previously-approved Conditional Use Permit (CUP) appropriate
       for the intended use, or which is in a CUP eligible zone.
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Permanent Supportive Housing. Permanent supportive housing is affordable housing
available to residents for as long as needed, with no limits on length of stay. It is linked to
a range of support services that enable residents to live independently. Supportive
housing has been developed effectively throughout the country in large, mixed-population
apartment buildings, smaller buildings designated exclusively for the homeless or special
needs populations, and in scattered-site single family or duplex housing. The tenant’s
housing is lease-based and the support services provided are flexible, free to the tenants,
and not required as a condition of the housing.

Proposals for permanent supportive housing must:

      Agree to work closely and on an on-going basis with the County Health and Human
       Services Agency in obtaining services funding for the project.
      Demonstrate the development team’s commitment to the long-term provision of
       services.
      Demonstrate the development team’s commitment to long term funding of
       operations and maintenance for the project.
      Demonstrate a track record in operating housing for homeless or low income
       persons with special needs receiving supportive services and in successfully
       working with service partners.

Proposals to develop permanent supportive housing are not required to identify service
partners and funding, as these services will be provided in partnership with the County of
San Diego Health and Human Services Agency.


PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS

Location
    Projects may be located anywhere within San Diego city limits where permitted by
      zoning and other land use policies and regulations.
    Projects should ideally be located in an area of the city not currently experiencing a
      high concentration of specialized transitional housing for the homeless mentally ill
      and dually diagnosed.
    Projects should be accessible to mass transit, shopping, parks and other amenities.

Net New Units
Given that the intent of this RFP is to create new additions to the City of San Diego housing
stock, the project should maximize the number of net new units and involve minimal or no
permanent displacement of residential tenants.

Site Control
The project sponsor must have site ownership, an extendable 90-day option to purchase,
or a master lease of 55 years on the proposed site.

Common Spaces
The proposal must include adequate and appropriate common space for the provision of
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supportive services and community activities.

Target Population
The target population is adult individuals who are homeless or at risk of becoming
homeless with psychiatric disabilities and with extremely low income.

Affordability Requirements and Restrictions
The income of the target population is no more than 30 percent of Area Median Income
("extremely low income"). The financing plan should maximize the number of units that are
deeply subsidized and affordable to this income group. Rent required from the residents
may not exceed 30% of targeted income. Units or beds funded under this RFP must be
used exclusively for the target population and these rent and occupancy restrictions shall
remain in place for 55 years.

Community Input
The proposal must include a strategy for contacting and addressing issues identified by the
recognized community planning group and other local community groups, community
leaders, and/or neighbors in the proposed project vicinity.

Financial Terms
Funds will be provided as either grants or loans at the discretion of the sponsoring
agencies. Loans will be interest bearing when it is financially feasible, or may be interest
free or deferred if needed to ensure the financial feasibility of the project. For loans,
payment of principal may be deferred to the end of the loan term, and may be forgivable,
depending on the financial feasibility of the project.
Financial Assumptions
For the purpose of this submission, the following assumptions should be used in the
financial pro forma:

      Public Agency loan: 55-year, 3% loan with residual receipts split 50/50.
      Developer’s fee: maximum 10% of total development cost.
      Rent increases: 2½% annually.
      Expense increases: 3½ % annually.
      Minimum annual operating expenses for FY01: $3,500 per unit, exclusive of
       property tax, replacement reserves, and/or any service amenities.
      First year debt coverage ratio: not less than1.10.
      Vacancy rates for non-special needs residential units: 5%.
      Vacancy rates for special needs residential units: 10%.
      Vacancy rates for commercial space: 50%.
      Replacement Reserves: no less than $200 per unit.
      Section 8 rental income: contact Housing Commission staff for amount, as rents
       vary by location.
      Purchase price not to exceed appraisal value.
      Construction estimates: assume prevailing wage requirements (below).
      One service coordinator position may be supported by cash flow before any residual
       receipts are distributed.

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Equal Employment Opportunities
Project sponsors selected under this RFP will be required to comply with local and federal
procurement requirements, including the provision of equal employment opportunities for
members of underrepresented ethnic groups, females, and disabled veterans business
enterprises to participate in projects funded under this RFP (see Attachment 2).

Environmental Review
For projects receiving federal funds, development of projects under this RFP will be
affected by requirements for federal environmental review under the National
Environmental Protection Act (NEPA). Additionally, depending on project specifics,
proposed developments may be affected by review under the California Environmental
Quality Act (CEQA), federal “Section 106” historical resources preservation review, and/or
the guidelines of the City Community Plans or Redevelopment Area Plans.

Accessibility Requirements
Project sponsors will be responsible for meeting all applicable accessibility standards
related to publicly-funded multifamily housing development under Section 504 of the
Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Architectural Barriers Act, the Americans with Disabilities
Act, and certain statutes and regulations of the City and County of San Diego. New
construction projects will be expected to exceed the applicable minimum accessibility
requirements.

Relocation Requirements
Depending on the funding source used, applicants under this RFP are subject to the
provisions of either the federal Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property
Acquisition Policies Act (URA) or California State relocation law. Upon submission of an
application for funding under this RFP, applicants should be prepared to notify any existing
tenants of the plans to redevelop their buildings and that public funds are being sought for
this purpose. The notice should also inform tenants whether or not they will be temporarily
relocated or displaced as a result of the redevelopment and should inform them of their
rights to relocation assistance.

Prevailing Wages
Projects selected for funding under this RFP will be subject to applicable state or federal
requirements with regard to prevailing wages and labor standards. For the purposes of this
submission, developers should assume that state-mandated prevailing wage requirements
and labor standards will apply when seeking estimates for contracted work, especially the
cost of construction, and other work to which the requirements apply, and when preparing
development budgets overall. Developers will be responsible for implementing prevailing
wage requirements, which will be monitored by CCDC.


SUPPORTIVE SERVICES DELIVERY REQUIREMENTS

Transitional Housing Proposals
Development teams for transitional housing proposals must identify a service provider with
expertise in the treatment of the target population and have a history of providing on-site
residential services to this population. Proposals that present a comprehensive plan for the
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development and operation of transitional housing for the seriously mentally ill will be given
preference. A budget and plan narrative must be submitted.

Permanent Supportive Housing
Proposals to develop permanent supportive housing are not required to identify service
partners and funding in this proposal, however, the developer must be willing to engage in
collaboration with public agencies and third party contractors to obtain funding for services
and for the provision of such services either from off-site or on site. Developer/owners
must also be willing to accept and manage Project Based Section 8 Rental Assistance
vouchers if available at any time during the duration of the project requirements. The
primary purpose of this RFP is to identify a developer with the desired expertise and
willingness to create the units and manage the building for this target population over the
long term.

The County of San Diego Health and Human Service Agency's Mental Health Services
Department is committed to working with the developer/owner to obtain funding for
supportive services by: assisting with applications to sources including, but not limited to,
the State of California's Supportive Housing Initiative program or the Federal Substance
Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) program; or, providing
supportive services to tenants who are clients enrolled in the AB 2034 San Diego Reach
program, or who meet eligibility criteria for County case management services. Developer
agreements will require the developer and owners to cooperate with the County and its
assignees in applying for service financing over the long term of affordability and use
covenants.

The goal of this RFP is to provide service-enriched housing to homeless people that are
most in need of services to live independently. There is a presumption that but for the
supportive services, many of the residents would not be able to maintain tenancy and
might lose their housing. Therefore, the developer of this permanent supportive housing
must be committed to make best faith efforts to identify, apply for and obtain service
funding for the duration of the use requirements (55 years). “Best faith efforts” is defined
as working with local public agencies such as the County of San Diego Health and Human
Services Agency, Adult Mental Health Services to apply for funding from local, state,
federal and private philanthropic sources. Guidelines allow cash flow to support a service
coordinator position whose responsibilities would include pursuing ongoing funding for
supportive services.


APPLICATION PROCESS

This is a competitive request for proposals. The goal of issuing the RFP is to identify
development teams that possess the necessary expertise to develop and operate service
enriched housing for the targeted homeless special needs population in a timely manner
and to negotiate development agreements with those teams best meeting the selection
and evaluation criteria.

Successful proposals will generally demonstrate previous experience effectively operating
service enriched affordable housing for special needs populations, the management
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capability to operate a transitional or permanent supportive housing facility, the ability to
raise funds to support on-going operations, site control of an appropriate site, and the
ability to demonstrate previous experience in developing low income and transitional or
permanent supportive housing projects.

Interested parties are invited to register with CCDC so that they may receive any
addenda to this RFP. Please submit a Statement of Interest (Attachment 3) for this
purpose by Friday, January 31, 2002.

Pre-submittal Conferences

Two pre-submittal conferences will be held at the CCDC offices:

       The first conference will be held on Monday, February 4, 2002, at 10:00 a.m., in
       the Cortez Conference Room at the CCDC offices, located at 225 Broadway, Suite
       1100, San Diego, California.

       The second conference will be held on Monday, March 4, 2002, at 10:00 a.m., in
       the Cortez Conference Room at the CCDC offices, located at 225 Broadway, Suite
       1100, San Diego, California.

Individual project conferences will not be held. All communication regarding the RFP and
projects must be done at the conferences or in writing so the answers can be shared with
all proponents.

All interested parties are strongly encouraged to attend the pre-submittal
conferences.

The purpose of the conferences is to:

       $      Further describe the purpose and objectives of the issuance of the RFP;
       $      Summarize the application procedures, requirements, and project selection
              procedures;
       $      Discuss siting requirements and policies;
       $      Discuss responsibilities of CCDC, the City, the Housing Commission and of
              the proposer’s;
       $      Identify potential development team partners; and
       $      Answer any questions regarding the RFP.

Eligible Organizations

Submissions will be entertained from the following types of organizations:

      Incorporated not-for-profit housing development organizations.
      For-profit development organizations in partnership with nonprofit service provider
       or affordable housing developer.

Organizations must be incorporated in California or have extensive existing operations in
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the State. Nonprofit corporations must have, as one of the corporate purposes
enumerated in its Articles of Incorporation, any of the following: 1) the development,
ownership and operation of low income housing, 2) the management of residential facilities
for homeless or special needs individuals, or 3) the delivery of supportive services to
individuals who require supportive services in order to live independently within the
community.

Applicants must demonstrate that they have a successful track record in one or more of
these areas and that the organization’s officers or agents can provide the expertise
necessary for the successful development and operation of the proposed project.


PROPOSAL SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS

The following information and materials must be included in the proposal submittal. Failure
to submit any of the following may result in disqualification of the proposal. Proposers are
requested to submit six (6) bound copies and one (1) unbound copy suitable for
reproduction. Referenced forms are located in the Attachments section at the end of this
RFP.

1. Letter of intent explaining the reasons the organization or team is interested in and
   qualified for developing these types of projects.

2. Project Summary and description (use Attachment 4). Include a location map that
   also identifies related amenities, surrounding land use map, zoning map, and a
   narrative description of any zoning issues.

3. List of team members and resumes emphasizing experience developing and/or
   operating affordable housing and/or supportive housing and/or service-enriched
   housing for special needs populations, including but not limited to architect, property
   management, developer, sponsor/owner, partners, consultants (use Attachments 5
   and 6).

4. Project budgets, including development/rehabilitation, operating and service proformas
   (use Attachment 7).

5. Board of Directors resolution authorizing application submittal, if applicable.

6. Partnership agreement, if applicable.

7. Evidence of site control.

8. Timeline for getting from selection to certificate of occupancy (see Attachment 8)

9. Conceptual site plan and building schematics

10. For transitional housing projects: program design and budget for proposed on-site
    services and exit strategy for residents.
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11. Phase I Environmental report for proposed site

12. Appraisal of current site value, including land and improvements, completed not more
    than 90 days prior to submittal date.

13. Preliminary title report.

14. Developer disclosure statement, including recent audited corporate financial statements
    for all team members (see Attachment 9).

15. Schedule and Analysis of Real Estate Owned (use Attachment10).

16. Relocation plans, if applicable.

17. Tenant Characteristics Form, if applicable (use Attachment 11).

18. Operations/management plan

19. Community input plan.



SELECTION CRITERIA

Proposals will be ranked by the following criteria using a point system with a possible total
of 100 points:

   1. Financial feasibility: The project will be financially feasible, including realistic
      development and operating budget projections that conform to industry standards.
      Proposed financing sources must be realistic and compatible with other funding,
      and applicants must demonstrate that all necessary financing is likely to be secured
      for development, operating expenses and supportive services where necessary.
      [15 points]

   2. Cost: The project’s total development budget and specific line items are
      comparable to recent and similar projects and to industry standards. [10 points]

   3. Leveraging: The project proposes the maximum use of available, non-City funds to
      achieve the highest reasonable financial leveraging of City sources included in this
      RFP for capital development and housing operations. [15 points]

   4. Affordability: The project provides the maximum number of units affordable to
      persons earning less than 30% of AMI, provided they also meet financial feasibility
      thresholds. [15 points]

   5. Sponsor Capability: The project sponsor has proven technical capacity and
      experience to develop, operate and manage transitional or permanent supportive
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        housing for this or similar special needs homeless populations. The project sponsor
        must have the proven technical capacity and experience either through staff or
        through contracted services to:

              a) plan and implement the acquisition and construction phases of the
                 proposed project;
              b) plan and implement the service component of the proposed project; and
              c) manage the ongoing operation and maintenance of the project after it is
                 placed in service [15 points]

   6. Site location: The project site is not located in an area of the city already
      experiencing a high concentration of specialized transitional housing for the
      homeless mentally ill and dually diagnosed. The project site is proximate to
      shopping, medical facilities, parks, transportation, places of employment and other
      necessary services for the intended residents. In addition, the site must be
      appropriately zoned and, if needed for the proposed project, have a current
      appropriate Conditional Use Permit, or be in a CUP eligible area. [5 points]

   7.   Net New Units: The project maximizes the number of net new units and involves
        minimal or no permanent displacement of residential tenants. [10 points]

   8. Project Readiness: The developer has provided a realistic timeline from selection
      to certificate of occupancy, and evidences a readiness to carry out the development
      promptly upon selection and completion of negotiations. [10 points]

   9.   Community Input Plan: The proposed community input strategy is complete and
        well-thought out. [5 points]


SELECTION PROCESS

Responses to this RFP will be evaluated by a panel including a representative from each
sponsoring agency, including the Centre City Development Corporation, San Diego
Housing Commission, City of San Diego Manager’s Office and Community and Economic
Development Department (Redevelopment Agency and Community Services Division),
Corporation for Supportive Housing, and the County Health and Human Service Agency’s
Adult Mental Health Services unit. This Evaluation Panel will select a Chairperson. Each
proposal will be reviewed and rated by the Evaluation Panel, with assistance from agency
staff. Staff may seek additional information from developers, conduct site visits and
perform reference checks as appropriate to provide additional information to the Panel.
The Evaluation Panel may request that proposers make presentations to the Panel.

Final selections will be recommended by the Panel to the appropriate CCDC advisory
committees and Board of Directors, and ultimately to the City Council sitting as the
Redevelopment Agency. Panel members may participate in the presentation to the CCDC
Board of Directors and Redevelopment Agency. Depending on the individual project
specifics, staff may begin negotiations on development agreement terms with the selected
development teams prior to consideration by the Redevelopment Agency. In any event,
staff will work closely with the selected development teams to determine the most
expeditious and successful approval process for each projects.


SCHEDULE FOR DEVELOPER SELECTION

The solicitation, receipt and evaluation of proposals, and selection process is expected to
observe the following time frame:

Issuance of Request for Proposals                       January 14, 2002
Statement of Interest (Attachment 3) submitted          January 31, 2002
Pre-submittal Conference 1                              February 4, 2002
Pre-submittal Conference 2                              March 4, 2002
Receipt of Developer Proposals                          April 8, 2002
Staff Review/Site Visits/Background Checks              April 8-22, 2002
Evaluation Panel Review & Interviews                    April 15-May 6, 2002
Presentation of finalist(s) to CCDC Board               May, 2002
Negotiation of Development Agreements                   May/June 2002
Recommendation to RedevelopmentAgency/
Approval of Negotiation Agreements                      July, 2002


All interested parties should submit six (6) bound copies and one (1) unbound
reproducible copy of their proposal to:

                        Centre City Development Corporation
                             225 Broadway, Suite 1100
                            San Diego, California 92101
                         Attn. Dale Royal, Project Manager


                                 Submittal Deadline:
                                MONDAY, APRIL 8, 2002
                                    12:00 NOON


          Questions regarding this RFP should be directed to Dale Royal:
                              (619) 533 - 7108 Phone
                               (619) 236 - 9148 FAX
                                 royal@ccdc.com
                                    ATTACHMENT 1


                                      DEFINITIONS


Affordable - All housing units must be affordable to the population to be served. In
general, rents should be set at rates where the target population is expected to pay no
more than 30% of their income for housing costs (e.g. this would equal $210 for SSI
recipients in California who live alone). To meet this goal“soft” loans, rental
assistance/rental subsidies or other up-front financing mechanisms (such as reserve
funds or lease buy-down models) are often needed to make the housing both viable
and affordable.

Affordable Housing - For purposes of this RFP, housing for which residents pay not
more than 30 percent of their income for housing costs. If the residents are required to
pay for their own utility costs, the term “housing costs” must include a utility allowance.

Capital - In housing development, the term “capital” refers to the money used for costs
related to the development or purchase of buildings including building or site
acquisition, construction or rehabilitation, and soft costs such as professional,
development and finance fees.

Conditional Use Permits – Conditional Use Permits (CUPs) are required for
transitional housing facilities for seven or more persons in accordance with the City of
San Diego’s Land Development Code. Transitional housing is generally permitted in
commercial and mixed-use zones. However, the zoning applicable to some
redevelopment areas is regulated by Planned District Ordinances (PDO’s) with different
zoning designations and restrictions. Therefore, any proposed site should be checked
through the City's Development Services Department for zoning restrictions/CUP
eligibility before proceeding with an application for a transitional housing project.
Developers with existing applicable CUP's may apply to have them modified if needed
through the public hearing process to change or intensify the allowable use in
accordance with current policy. Any necessary CUP hearings will be held by the City
Council.

Within the Centre City area, new Conditional Use Permits may not be issued for social
service uses in the residentially zoned districts, and may only be issued in areas with
the following land use designations; (A) Commercial/Office District, (D) Mixed Use
District, and (E) Commercial Services District. For proposed projects within Centre City
area, CUP hearings will be conducted by the CCDC Hearing Officer with appeal to the
City Council.

Dually Diagnosed - Dual diagnosis refers to the co-occurrence of mental health
disorders and substance abuse disorders (alcohol and/or drug dependence or abuse).
Dual diagnosis may include the following:

       a) Severe/major mental illness and a substance disorder(s)
       b) Substance disorder(s) and a personality disorder(s)
       c) Substance disorder(s), personality disorders and substance induced acute
          symptoms that may require psychiatric care, i.e., hallucinations, depression,
          and other medical symptoms resulting from substance abuse or withdrawal.

Extremely Low Income Housing - Housing for individuals or families with income of
30% or less of AMI, as adjusted for household size.

Housing Quality Standards - All housing units must be of good quality (i.e., meeting
HUD housing quality standards), conform to state and local fire and building codes, and
meet codes relating to handicapped accessibility.

Operating Funds - Since this program is designed to house a very low-income
population, it is assumed that all projects will require either operating subsidies of some
kind or rental subsidies in addition to tenant rents to cover the actual costs of running
the building. Operating costs include maintenance, utilities, insurance and taxes,
equipment and supplies, and property management.

Seriously Mentally Ill - Persons with substantial history of a psychiatric disability which
has required recent hospitalization, or multiple or lengthy hospitalizations in the past, or
extensive community treatment and support services over a sustained period of time.
Severely mentally ill individuals have a serious mental disorder that is severe in degree
and persistent in duration, which may cause behavioral functioning which interferes
substantially with the primary activities of daily living, and which may result in an inability
to maintain stable adjustment and independent functioning without treatment, support,
and rehabilitation for a long or indefinite period of time. Serious mental disorders
include, but are not limited to, schizophrenia, bipolar disease, depression, as well as
major affective disorders or other severely disabling mental disorders.

Special Needs Homeless - Homeless persons who are disabled through serious
mental illness, chronic inebriation, drug addiction, or who are dually diagnosed with
mental illness and substance abuse issues.

Substantially Occupied Housing – Residential housing in which 25% or more of
proposed units are occupied by tenants.

Targeted Units – Units that will be subsidized by funding in this RFP for the target
population.

Very Low Income Housing - Housing for individuals or families with income of 50
percent or less of Area Median Income (AMI), as adjusted for household size.
        ATTACHMENT 2


EQUAL OPPORTUNITY REQUIEMENTS
                                    ATTACHMENT 3

                             STATEMENT OF INTEREST

Parties interested in submitting proposals in response to the Request for
Proposals entitled Request for Proposals (RFP) To Develop and Operate
Transitional and Permanent Supportive Housing Facilities For Homeless Adults
with Serious Mental Illness or Dual Diagnosis, or that may wish to be included as
part of a development team, should submit the following Statement of Interest.



I, __________________, on behalf of _________________, am considering
responding to the Request for Proposals (RFP) To Develop and Operate Transitional
and Permanent Supportive Housing Facilities in the City of San Diego for Homeless
Adults with Serious Mental Illness or Dual Diagnosis.


Organization         ______________________________

Contact              ______________________________

Address              ______________________________

Phone Number         ______________________________

Fax Number           ______________________________

Our organization is an experienced: (check all that apply)

                           ____   Mental Health Service Provider
                           ____   Affordable Housing Developer
                           ____   Transitional Housing Operator
                           ____   Property Owner (of site for consideration)
                           ____   Other_________________________

____ Please make my Statement of Interest available to other interested parties
     looking for potential development team partners.

Return to:     Dale Royal, Project Manager
               Centre City Development Corporation
               225 Broadway, Suite 1100
               San Diego, CA 92101
               FAX (619) 236 – 9148
               E-mail: royal@ccdc.com

               By Thursday, January 31, 2002


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                                    ATTACHMENT 4

                                 PROJECT SUMMARY

Development Team           _____________________________________________
Address                    _____________________________________________
                           _____________________________________________
Contact Person             _____________________________________________
Phone                      _____________________________________________


Project Site/Proposed Site: (Attach map illustrating site location)

Address _______________________                 Parcel # _______________________
        _______________________

Current Zoning      _______________________

Condition of Site/Description of Current Improvements and Uses (attach narrative and
map if appropriate):



Units Proposed

Total Number Units _______

Number of Targeted Units by type: ____ SRO ____ Studios ____1 BR ____ 2 BR

Number of net new units (not currently in residential inventory) ________

Type of Project (check all that apply)
      ____ Rehabilitation
      ____ Acquisition/Rehabilitation
      ____ Acquisition/New Construction
      ____ Conversion of non-residential facility to residential
      ____ Stand alone facility
      ____ Part of larger development

Proposed Funding Sources                        Amount                Status
           ____________________                 ___________           ________
           ____________________                 ___________           ________
           ____________________                 ___________           ________
           ____________________                 ___________           ________

In three pages or less, provide a narrative description of the proposed project.

(Attach additional sheets as needed)

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                                    ATTACHMENT 5

                         PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT TEAM

1.    Submit name of organization, address, and assigned staff for each member of
      the proposed development team.

      A.     Applicant/Owner                           __________________________
                                                       __________________________
                                                       __________________________
      B.     Development Consultant/Developer          __________________________
                                                       __________________________
                                                       __________________________
      C.     Architect                                 __________________________
                                                       __________________________
                                                       __________________________
      D.     Mental Health Service Provider            __________________________
                                                       __________________________
                                                       __________________________
      E.     Housing Management                        __________________________
                                                       __________________________
      F.     Other                                     __________________________
                                                       __________________________
                                                       __________________________

1.    Describe member’s roles and responsibilities in the development of the proposed
      project.



2.    Describe contractual and reporting relationships among members of the team.



3.    Provide additional information detailing the individual and collective qualifications
      of the proposed development team.



4.    Specifically, describe the expertise of the development team in developing and
      operating projects for the severely mentally ill or dually diagnosed homeless.



(Attach additional sheets as needed)




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                                      ATTACHMENT 6

                       HOUSING MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE


Who will manage and operate the project after completion?

__________________________________________________________


List previous and current projects that are owned and/or managed by the entity that will
manage this project:

Project Name:       __________________________________________
Location/Address    __________________________________________
                    __________________________________________
Years in operation: _____________
Zoning:             __________________________________________
Conditional Use Permit:   ____ Yes, _____date issued, _____No
Population served: __________________________________________
Number of people served: _______________


Support Services offered on-site:




Support Services offered off-site:




Source(s) of Operating Funds         __________________________

Annual Operating Budget              __________________________

Source(s) of Development Funds __________________________



(Attach additional sheets as needed)




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ATTACHMENT 7

 PROFORMA

 (HC Excel file)




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                                  ATTACHMENT 8

                                     TIMELINE


Submit a detailed timeline (in months)

At a minimum, please include the following milestones, beginning with selection
notification.

      Site Control:

      Project financing:

            Developer Equity:

            Developer Other Funding:
            If proposed through competitive process for other state, federal or private
            funding sources, indicate dates for awards.


      Completion of Design:

      Construction - New or Rehabilitation:

      Occupancy:




(Attach additional sheets as needed)




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                                                      ATTACHEMENT 9

                                    DEVELOPER DISCLOSURE STATEMENT

                         DEVELOPERS/CONSULTANTS/SELLERS/CONTRACTORS/
                                ENTITY SEEKING GRANT/BORROWERS
                            (Collectively referred to as "CONTRACTOR" herein)
                                STATEMENT FOR PUBLIC DISCLOSURE


1.   Name of CONTRACTOR:



2.   Address and Zip Code:



3.   Telephone Number:



4.   Name of Principal Contact for CONTRACTOR:



5.   Federal Identification Number or Social Security Number of CONTRACTOR:



6.   If the CONTRACTOR is not an individual doing business under his own name, the CONTRACTOR has the status indicated
     below and is organized or operating under the laws of California as:

          A corporation (Attach Articles of Incorporation)

          A nonprofit or charitable institution or corporation. (Attach copy of Articles of Incorporation and documentary evidence
              verifying current valid nonprofit or charitable status).

          A partnership known as:
                                                  (Name)
                Check one

                ( ) General Partnership (Attach statement of General Partnership)

                ( ) Limited Partnership (Attach Certificate of Limited Partnership)

          A business association or a joint venture known as:
                                                                 (Attach joint venture or business association agreement)

          A Federal, State or local government or instrumentality thereof.

          Other (explain)

7.   If the CONTRACTOR is not an individual or a government agency or instrumentality, give date of organization:



8.   Provide names, addresses, telephone numbers, title of position (if any) and nature and extent of the interest of the current officers,
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      principal members, shareholders, and investors of the CONTRACTOR, other than a government agency or instrumentality, as set
      forth below:

      a.   If the CONTRACTOR is a corporation, the officers, directors or trustees, and each stockholder owning more than 10% of
           any class of stock.

      b.   If the CONTRACTOR is a nonprofit or charitable institution or corporation, the members who constitute the board of
           trustees or board of directors or similar governing body.

      c.   If the CONTRACTOR is a partnership, each partner, whether a general or limited, and either the percent of interest or a
           description of the character and extent of interest.

      d.   If the CONTRACTOR is a business association or a joint venture, each participant and either the percent of interest or a
           description of the character and extent of interest.

      e.   If the CONTRACTOR is some other entity, the officers, the members of the governing body, and each person having an
           interest of more than 10%.

                                                       Position Title (if any) and
           Name, Address and                      percent of interest or description
           Zip Code                               of character and extent of interest

           (Attach extra sheet if necessary)




9.    Has the makeup as set forth in Item 8(a) through 8(e) changed within the last twelve (12) months. If yes, please explain in detail.




10.   Is it anticipated that the makeup as set forth in Item 8(a) through 8(e) will change within the next twelve (12) months? If yes,
      please explain in detail.




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11.   Provide name, address, telephone number, and nature and extent of interest of each person or entity (not named in response to
      Item 8) who has a beneficial interest in any of the shareholders or investors named in response to Item 8 which gives such person
      or entity more than a computed 10% interest in the CONTRACTOR (for example, more than 20% of the stock in a corporation
      which holds 50% of the stock of the CONTRACTOR or more than 50% of the stock in the corporation which holds 20% of the
      stock of the CONTRACTOR):

      Name, Address and                       Position Title (if any and
      Zip Code                                extent of interest




12.   Names, addresses and telephone numbers (if not given above) of officers and directors or trustees of any corporation or firm listed
      under Item 8 or Item 11 above:




13.   Is the CONTRACTOR a subsidiary of or affiliated with any other corporation or corporations, any other firm or any other
      business entity or entities of whatever nature. If yes, list each such corporation, firm or business entity by name and address,
      specify its relationship to the CONTRACTOR, and identify the officers and directors or trustees common to the CONTRACTOR
      and such other corporation, firm or business entity.




14.   Provide the financial condition of the CONTRACTOR as of the date of the statement and for a period of twenty-four (24) months
      prior to the date of its statement as reflected in the attached financial statements, including, but not necessarily limited to, profit
      and loss statements and statements of financial position.




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15.   If funds for the development/project are to be obtained from sources other than the CONTRACTOR's own funds, provide a
      statement of the CONTRACTOR's plan for financing the development/project:




16.   Provide sources and amount of cash available to CONTRACTOR to meet equity requirements of the proposed undertaking:

      a.   In banks/savings and loans:

           Name, Address & Zip Code of Bank/Savings & Loan:

           Amount: $


      b.   By loans from affiliated or associated corporations or firms:

           Name, Address & Zip Code of Bank/Savings & Loan:

           Amount: $



      c.   By sale of readily salable assets/including marketable securities:

           Description                           Market Value Mortgages or Liens

                                                 $                     $




17.   Names and addresses of bank references, and name of contact at each reference:




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18.   Has the CONTRACTOR or any of the CONTRACTOR's officers or principal members, shareholders or investors, or other
      interested parties been adjudged bankrupt, either voluntary or involuntary, within the past 10 years?
           Yes      No

      If yes, give date, place, and under what name.




19.   Has the CONTRACTOR or anyone referred to above as "principals of the CONTRACTOR" been convicted of any felony within
      the past 10 years? Yes    No

      If yes, give for each case (1) date, (2) charge, (3) place, (4) court, and (5) action taken. Attach any explanation deemed necessary.




20.   List undertakings (including, but not limited to, bid bonds, performance bonds, payment bonds and/or improvement bonds)
      comparable to size of the proposed project which have been completed by the CONTRACTOR including identification and brief
      description of each project, date of completion, and amount of bond, whether any legal action has been taken on the bond:

                            Project                                 Date of              Amount of            Action on
      Type Bond             Description                             Completion           Bond             Bond




21.   If the CONTRACTOR, or a parent corporation, a subsidiary, an affiliate, or a principal of the CONTRACTOR is to participate in
      the development as a construction contractor or builder, provide the following information:

      a.   Name and addresses of such contractor or builder:




      b.   Has such contractor or builder within the last 10 years ever failed to qualify as a responsible bidder, refused to enter into a
           contract after an award has been made, or failed to complete a construction or development contract?           Yes       No

           If yes, please explain, in detail, each such instance:




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      c.   Total amount of construction or development work performed by such contractor or builder during the last three (3) years: $


           General description of such work:

           List each project, including location, nature of work performed, name, address of the owner of the project, bonding
           companies involved, amount of contract, date of commencement of project, date of completion, state whether any change
           orders were sought, amount of change orders, was litigation commenced concerning the project, including a designation of
           where, when and the outcome of the litigation.




      d.   Construction contracts or developments now being performed by such contractor or builder:

           Identification of                                                                          Date to be
           Contract or Development          Location                   Amount         Completed




      e.   Outstanding construction-contract bids of such contractor or builder:

           Awarding Agency                                       Amount            Date Opened




22.   Provide a detailed and complete statement respecting equipment, experience, financial capacity, and other resources available to
      such contractor or builder for the performance of the work involved in the proposed project, specifying particularly the
      qualifications of the personnel, the nature of the equipment, and the general experience of the contractor:




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23.   Does any member of the governing body of the San Diego Housing Commission ("COMMISSION"), Housing Authority of the
      City of San Diego ("AUTHORITY") or City of San Diego ("CITY"), to which the accompanying proposal is being made or any
      officer or employee of the COMMISSION, the AUTHORITY or the CITY who exercises any functions or responsibilities in
      connection with the carrying out of the project covered by the CONTRACTOR's proposal, have any direct or indirect personal
      financial interest in the CONTRACTOR or in the proposed contractor?     Yes     No

      If yes, explain.




24.   Statements and other evidence of the CONTRACTOR's qualifications and financial responsibility (other than the financial
      statement referred to in Item 8) are attached hereto and hereby made a part hereof as follows:




25.   Is the proposed CONTRACTOR, and/or are any of the proposed subcontractors, currently involved in any construction-related
      litigation?    Yes   No

      If yes, explain:




26.   State the name, address and telephone numbers of CONTRACTOR's insurance agent(s) and/or companies for the following
      coverages: List the amount of coverage (limits) currently existing in each category:

      a.       General Liability, including Bodily Injury and Property Damage Insurance [Attach certificate of insurance showing the
               amount of coverage and coverage period(s)]

      Check coverage(s) carried:

      (    )   Comprehensive Form
      (    )   Premises - Operations
      (    )   Explosion and Collapse Hazard
      (    )   Underground Hazard
      (    )   Products/Completed Operations Hazard
      (    )   Contractual Insurance
      (    )   Broad Form Property Damage
      (    )   Independent Contractors
      (    )   Personal Injury


      b.       Automobile Public Liability/Property Damage [Attach certificate of insurance showing the amount of coverage and
               coverage period(s)]

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      Check coverage(s) carried:

      (    )   Comprehensive Form
      (    )   Owned
      (    )   Hired
      (    )   Non-Owned

      c.       Workers Compensation [Attach certificate of insurance showing the amount of coverage and coverage period(s)]


      d.       Professional Liability (Errors and Omissions) [Attach certificate of insurance showing the amount of coverage and coverage
               period(s)]


      e.       Excess Liability [Attach certificate(s) of insurance showing the amount of coverage and coverage period(s)]


      f.       Other (Specify) [Attach certificate(s) of insurance showing the amount of coverage and coverage period(s)]


27.   CONTRACTOR warrants and certifies that it will not during the term of the PROJECT, GRANT, LOAN, CONTRACT,
      DEVELOPMENT and/or RENDITIONS OF SERVICES discriminate against any employee, person, or applicant for
      employment because of race, age, sexual orientation, marital status, color, religion, sex, handicap, or national origin. The
      CONTRACTOR will take affirmative action to ensure that applicants are employed, and that employees are treated during
      employment, without regard to their race, age, sexual orientation, marital status, color, religion, sex, handicap, or national origin.
      Such action shall include, but not be limited to the following: employment, upgrading, demotion or termination; rates of pay or
      other forms of compensation; and selection for training, including apprenticeship. The CONTRACTOR agrees to post in
      conspicuous places, available to employees and applicants for employment, notices to be provided by the COMMISSION setting
      forth the provisions of this nondiscrimination clause.



28.   The CONTRACTOR warrants and certifies that it will not without prior written consent of the COMMISSION, engage in any
      business pursuits that are adverse, hostile or take incompatible positions to the interests of the COMMISSION, during the term of
      the PROJECT, DEVELOPMENT, LOAN, GRANT, CONTRACT and/or RENDITION OF SERVICES.




29.   CONTRACTOR warrants and certifies that no member, commissioner, councilperson, officer, or employee of the
      COMMISSION, the AUTHORITY and/or the CITY, no member of the governing body of the locality in which the PROJECT is
      situated, no member of the government body in which the Commission was activated, and no other public official of such locality
      or localities who exercises any functions or responsibilities with respect to the assignment of work, has during his or her tenure, or
      will for one (1) year thereafter, have any interest, direct or indirect, in this PROJECT or the proceeds thereof.




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30.   List all citations, orders to cease and desist, stop work orders, complaints, judgments, fines, and penalties received by or imposed
      upon CONTRACTOR for safety violations from any and all government entities including but not limited to, the City of San
      Diego, County of San Diego, the State of California, the United States of America and any and all divisions and departments of
      said government entities for a period of five (5) years prior to the date of this statement. If none, please so state:

      Government Entity
      Making Complaint                                               Date                   Resolution




31.   Has the CONTRACTOR ever been disqualified, removed from or otherwise prevented from bidding on or completing a federal,
      state, or local government project because of a violation of law or a safety regulation. If so, please explain the circumstances in
      detail. If none, please so state:




32.   Please list all licenses obtained by the CONTRACTOR through the State of California and/or the United States of America which
      are required and/or will be utilized by the CONTRACTOR and/or are convenient to the performance of the PROJECT,
      DEVELOPMENT, LOAN, GRANT, CONTRACT, or RENDITION OF SERVICES. State the name of the governmental
      agency granting the license, type of license, date of grant, and the status of the license, together with a statement as to whether the
      License has ever been revoked:

           Governmental Description                License Date Issued          Status          Revocation
           Agency           License                Number (original)            (current)       (yes/no)




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33.   Describe in detail any and all other facts, factors or conditions that may adversely affect CONTRACTOR's ability to perform or
      complete, in a timely manner, or at all, the PROJECT, CONTRACT, SALES of Real Property to, DEVELOPMENT, repayment
      of the LOAN, adherence to the conditions of the GRANT, or performance of consulting or other services under CONTRACT
      with the COMMISSION.




34.   Describe in detail, any and all other facts, factors or conditions that may favorably affect CONTRACTOR's ability to perform or
      complete, in a timely manner, or at all, the PROJECT, CONTRACT, DEVELOPMENT, repayment of the LOAN, adherence to
      the conditions of the GRANT, or performance of consulting or other services under CONTRACT with the COMMISSION.




35.   List all CONTRACTS with, DEVELOPMENTS for or with, LOANS with, PROJECTS with, GRANTS from, SALES of Real
      Property to, the COMMISSION, AUTHORITY and/or the CITY within the last five (5) years:

                              Entity Involved                    Status
                              (i.e., CITY                              (Current, delinquent                Dollar
      Date                 COMMISSION, etc.)                repaid, etc.)                   Amount




36.   Within the last five years, has the proposed CONTRACTOR, and/or have any of the proposed subcontractors, been the subject of
      a complaint filed with the Contractor's State License Board (CSLB)?   Yes       No

      Is yes, explain:




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37.   Within the last five years, has the proposed CONTRACTOR, and/or have any of the proposed subcontractors, had a revocation or
      suspension of a CONTRACTOR's License?
         Yes       No

      If yes, explain:




38.   List three local references who would be familiar with your previous construction project:

      Name:

      Address:

      Phone:

      Project Name and Description:




      Name:

      Address:

      Phone:

      Project Name and Description:




      Name:

      Address:

      Phone:

      Project Name and Description:



39.   Give a brief statement respecting equipment, experience, financial capacity and other resources available to the Contractor for the
      performance of the work involved in the proposed project, specifying particularly the qualifications of the personnel, the nature of
      the equipment and the general experience of the Contractor.




40.   Give the name and experience of the proposed Construction Superintendent.




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                              CONSENT TO PUBLIC DISCLOSURE BY CONTRACTOR


By providing the "Personal Information", (if any) as defined in Section 1798.3(a) of the Civil Code of the State of California (to the
extent that it is applicable, if at all), requested herein and by seeking a loan from, a grant from, a contract with, the sale of real estate to,
the right to develop from, and/or any and all other entitlements from the SAN DIEGO HOUSING COMMISSION ("COMMISSION"),
the HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO ("AUTHORITY") and/or the CITY OF SAN DIEGO ("CITY"), the
CONTRACTOR consents to the disclosure of any and all "Personal Information" and of any and all other information contained in this
Public Disclosure Statement. CONTRACTOR specifically, knowingly and intentionally waives any and all privileges and rights that
may exist under State and/or Federal Law relating to the public disclosure of the information contained herein. With respect to
"Personal Information", if any, contained herein, the CONTRACTOR, by executing this disclosure statement and providing the
information requested, consents to its disclosure pursuant to the provisions of the Information Practices Act of 1977, Civil Code Section
1798.24(b). CONTRACTOR is aware that a disclosure of information contained herein will be made at a public meeting or meetings of
the COMMISSION, the AUTHORITY, and/or the CITY at such times as the meetings may be scheduled. CONTRACTOR hereby
consents to the disclosure of said "Personal Information", if any, more than thirty (30) days from the date of this statement at the duly
scheduled meeting(s) of the COMMISSION, the AUTHORITY and/or the CITY. CONTRACTOR acknowledges that public disclosure
of the information contained herein may be made pursuant to the provisions of Civil Code Section 1798.24(d).

CONTRACTOR represents and warrants to the COMMISSION, the AUTHORITY and the CITY that by providing the information
requested herein and waiving any and all privileges available under the Evidence Code of the State of California, State and Federal Law,
(to the extent of this disclosure that the information being submitted herein), the information constitutes a "Public Record" subject to
disclosure to members of the public in accordance with the provisions of California Government Section 6250 et seq.

CONTRACTOR specifically waives, by the production of the information disclosed herein, any and all rights that CONTRACTOR may
have with respect to the information under the provisions of Government Code Section 6254 including its applicable subparagraphs, to
the extent of the disclosure herein, as well as all rights of privacy, if any, under the State and Federal Law.

Executed this        day of                       , 199    , at San Diego, California.

CONTRACTOR

By:
            Signature


            Title




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                                                     CERTIFICATION


       The CONTRACTOR,                              , hereby certifies that this CONTRACTOR's Statement for Public Disclosure
and the attached information/evidence of the CONTRACTOR's qualifications and financial responsibility, including financial statements,
are true and correct to the best of CONTRACTOR's knowledge and belief.


      By:                                   By:

      Title:                                Title:

      Dated:                                Dated:


WARNING: 18 U.S.C. 1001 provides, among other things, that whoever knowingly and willingly makes or uses a document or
writing containing any false, fictitious or fraudulent statement or entry, in any matter within the jurisdiction or any department
or agency of the United States, shall be fined not more than $10,000 or imprisoned for not more than five years, or both.



ATTEST:

Subscribed and sworn to before me this         day of                      , 19   .



Signature of Notary


My Commission Expires:


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                                                   ATTACHMENT 10

                         SCHEDULE AND ANALYSIS OF REAL ESTATE OWNED


      To be attached to and made a part of the loan application on property at


PROPERTY ADDRESS        NO.      LENDER NAME AND ADDRESS       LOAN NO.     CURRENT        MARKET        ANNUAL       ANNUAL        ANNU
                       UNITS                                                BALANCE        VALUE         RENTAL     TAXES & INS.   EXPEN
                               1st:

                               2nd:

                               1st:

                               2nd:

                               1st:

                               2nd:

                               1st:

                               2nd:

                               1st:

                               2nd:

                               1st:

                               2nd:



NOTE: If ownership on any above is shared, list prorated amounts above and explain percent shared under remarks below.

REMARKS:




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                                                                 ATTACHMENT 11

                                               TENANT CHARACTERISTICS FORMS

        +See reverse side for codes to use when completing this form.
                                         Number         Ethnic     Sex of Head      Age of Head     Handi-        Occupants:        Receive       Income        Income
    TENANT NAME AND                        of           Code *          of          of Household    capped      Relationship by     Sect 8?        Level        Source
        ADDRESS                         Occupants                   Household                         **          Sex & Age           ***          ****          *****




I certify that the above are tenants of record as of this date. (Please note                  UTILITIES: (Utilities and appliances shall be paid/provided by the party in
address or unit number for any vacant unit, including the number of bedrooms
and the current rent being requested.
                                                                                                 WHO PAYS FOR:                            Who provides:
                                                                                               Elect Gas   Water            Hot          Refrig    Stove         Is hot w
                                                                                                                           Water
                                                                                   Landlord                                                                      Elect
Signature of Owner/Manager                                          Date            Tenant                                                                        Circle




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(1) ETHNIC CODES (*)

  "B" = Black       "H" = Hispanic          "W" = White         "A" = Asian/Pacific Islander     "I" = American
Indian/Alaskan Native  "O" = Others

(2) HANDICAPPED CODES (**)

  "H" = Hearing Impaired         "V" = Visually Impaired        "M" = Mobility Impaired

(3) SECTION 8 ASSISTANCE (***)

  If yes, please identify type: "C" = Certificate   "V" = Voucher

(4) INCOME LEVELS (****) (Median Area Income (MAI) Limits Effective 6/30/00

    CODE                  Family Size:              1 Person       2 Person      3 Person      4 Person        5 Person   6 Perso
     "1"        Very Very Low (<30% MAI)            $11,300        $12,900       $14,500       $16,100         $17,400    $18,70
     "2"        Very Low (30%-50% MAI)              $18,800        $21,500       $24,150       $26,850         $29,000    $31,15
     "3"        Low Income (50%-60% MAI)            $22,560        $25,800       $28,980       $32,220         $34,800    $37,38
     "4"        Lower (60%-80% MAI)                 $30,050        $34,350       $38,650       $42,950         $46,400    $49,85
     "5"        Moderate (80%-120% MAI)             $45,100        $51,550       $58,000       $64,450         $69,600    $74,75
     "6"        Above Moderate (>120% MAI)

(5) INCOME SOURCE (*****)

  Codes:         "1" = Earned Income (Head of Household)                       "5"     Social Security

                 "2" = Earned Income (Joint)                                   "6"     Retirement Income (Other
                                                                                                       Pensions
                                                                                                       /Annuitie
                                                                                                       s)

                 "3" = Investment Income (Interest/Dividends)                  "7"     Redistributed        Income
                                                                                                          (Unempl
                                                                                                          oyment,
                                                                                                          Welfare,
                                                                                                          Disabilit
                                                                                                          y, SSI)

                 "4" = Earned Investment (Rental Income)


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