As Brazilian cities promote the redevelopment of high-growth transit corridors, adjacent informal settlements are at risk for displacement. To mitigate these dynamics, this project seeks to develop a scenario planning process that will help government, community, and private actors prioritize sites for infill redevelopment of Minha Casa Minha Vida (My House My Life, MCMV) housing. MCMV is a federal program that has been highly critiqued for constructing low-income housing on peripheral, isolated sites, and thus worsening social and spatial segregation. As an alternative, the proposal shown here explores how MCMV housing models can be used as infill redevelopment to regenerate the Tamanduateí industrial corridor in São Paulo. We test this proposal in the Operação Urbana Consorciada Bairros do Tamanduateí (OUCBT, lei 723/2015), a 4,000 acre strategic planning zone in São Paulo’s eastern industrial crescent. Within the OUCBT, 14% of the land is designated as Zonas Especiais de Interesse Social (Zones of Special Social Interest, ZEIS), within which MCMV can be constructed.