Invest in New York City

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Earn tax-exempt income* while investing in New York City

You can invest in a diverse set of projects in New York City by buying municipal bonds through Neighborly. Bonds support projects ranging from schools and parks to bridges and highways, all critical to the development of communities and the state.

Open your account on Neighborly today so you're ready to invest when bonds go on sale. For more information about investing in municipal bonds, please visit the Neighborly Learning Center.

Past projects funded by New York City bonds

Sustainable Neighborhoods

Sustainable Neighborhood Bonds are some of New York City's most ambitious projects to date. These bonds aim to create and preserve over 200,000 units of affordable housing in New York City over the next 10 years, promoting healthy, safe, and energy-efficient neighborhoods.

Gilboa Dam

The Gilboa Dam is a bond-funded project that provides about 15 percent of New York City's clean drinking water. The dam was built in 1927, but the aging structure was unable to contain a flood in 1996. Bond funding allowed for a comprehensive review of the dam's functions and a subsequent upgrade to modernize the facility.

Green Bonds

New York City is one of the largest providers of "green" bonds - investment projects specifically geared toward projects to protect the environment and fight climate change. Energy-efficient housing initiatives and a green overhaul of MTA facilities are among those that have been included in the green bonds initiative thus far.

*Bonds will only be offered through Neighborly Securities, member FINRA, SIPC & registered with MSRB, pursuant to a preliminary official statement to be made available during the offering period. This information does not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy any securities. You will be responsible for making your own independent investigation and appraisal of the risks, benefits and suitability of any securities to be offered and neither the City of New York nor Neighborly Securities is making any recommendation or giving any investment advice.