Urban Land Institute's panel discussion will examine local housing challenges from three U.S. examples: preserving affordable housing and improving housing quality while maintaining affordability in Philadelphia; the intersection of health and housing in Arizona; and expanding housing supply in the high-cost D.C. market.
Christopher Ptomey, executive director of ULI’s Terwilliger Center for Housing, will moderate a discussion among ULI members on each of these issues and what solutions have been implemented today. Attendees will hear of the local housing context in these three geographies, the background of their particular housing barriers, what has been done to address and find solutions to those challenges, and how those solutions can be replicated in other communities.
San Diego, California
Capital Projects & Infrastructure