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Building for the Middle: How Smarter Land Use Policies Can Strengthen Local Housing Markets

Date:
March 13, 2018
Time:
7:30 am - 9:30 am
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ULI San Diego-Tijuana
Phone:
727.688.0017
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Website:
sandiego.uli.org

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Stockton Williams, ULI Executive Vice President for Content and Executive Director of the Terwilliger Center for Housing, will share insights from recent ULI research and advisory services engagements on how local communities are using incentives and other tools to stimulate development of new housing for moderate-income households. Stockton also discuss opportunities for state and federal policy progress on housing.

Following Stockton’s presentation, a local panel will discuss some of the creative solutions that are designed to provide developers with the tools they need to meet the housing demand of our region’s growing workforce.  AB-1637 is a pilot program that will give developers under market financing tools to build housing for the “missing middle”.    We will learn more about the City’s ordinance that allow density bonuses for stacked income housing, FAR overlay strategies, and how construction costs, prevailing wages, and labor shortages are posing new challenges to meeting the growing housing demand.

For San Diego to build on our reputation as a world class city and continue to attract top tier talent, the region must come together with creative incentive-based solutions that will create viable opportunities to increase housing supply.  This event will sell out, please register early.

Speakers

  • Ian Gill, Silvergate Development
  • Stockton William, ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing
  • Debbie Ruane, San Diego Housing Commission

Location

University Club at Symphony Towers
750 B Street
San Diego, CA 92101

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