Learning from International Housing Delivery Systems

Lunchtime Forum

Housing affordability is by no means only a local issue, but many countries around the world have vastly different ways of organizing and implementing their housing policies and operating their real estate markets. Could some of those programs hold solutions to the Bay Area’s ongoing housing crisis? Explore housing delivery models from Copenhagen to Tokyo, and learn what it might take to rethink, and transform, how our region thinks about providing housing. This project has been made possible in part by a grant from Silicon Valley Community Foundation.

+ Cristian Bevington / AECOM
+ Natalie Bonnewit / Bonnewit Development Services
+ Ruby Bolaria-Shifrin / Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
+ Kristy Wang / SPUR




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