San José

Good Things Come in Small Packages

Lunchtime Forum

Image courtesy of Val Riolo.

While San Jose has an urban vision for its future, its past is rooted in suburban development. Many cities have implemented “small lot subdivision” ordinances that allow for small developments that can be built without requiring a homeowners’ association and related hassles. Is this an answer to help fill the gap where mid-rises and high-rises aren’t viable? Join us for a discussion with experts from around the state.

+ Jeff Current / Studio Current
+ Alan Dana / Modative
+ Adam Mayberry / Mayberry Workshop
+ Christian Navar / Modative


Free for SPUR members.
$10 for non-members.
Pre-registration is not necessary for this event.

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