San Jose

The Feasibility of Retail and When It Should Be Required

12:30 p.m. | Thursday, November 15, 2018

Image by Sergio Ruiz for SPUR.

While affordability is skyrocketing for residential property in Santa Clara County, the cost of building is also significantly affecting retail properties. What specific mechanisms influence the cost of adding retail to housing development, and in which cases should including retail in developments be mandatory? Join us to learn more about what it takes to incorporate retail into housing developments in the region. Co-presented by SV@Home.

+ Christina Briggs / City of Fremont
+ Chris Neale / The Core Companies 
+ Bob Staedler / Silicon Valley Synergy
+ Alison Warner / Regency Centers


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