As the housing crisis worsens throughout the Bay Area, legislators and policymakers from across the region are looking for varying ways to boost housing production to alleviate California’s increasing level of unaffordability. Come join us as we discuss how leaders in the Bay Area can develop an ecosystem of missing-middle housing production that has been missing for decades.
Co-presented by APA Northern California, California YIMBY, Terner Center.
+ Bill Fulton / Kinder Institute for Urban Research, Terner Center (Visiting Fellow)
+ Annie Fryman / Abodu
+ Jane Lin / Urban Field Studio
+ Jared Basler / Maxable
+ Sarah Karlinsky / SPUR
1 AICP CM available for APA member attendees.
1 Learning Unit available for AIA member attendees.
AIA Learning Objectives:
- Explore designs for missing middle housing and learn about the challenges and impacts that these housing types offer to neighborhoods.
- Gain an understanding of the existing missing-middle market from companies designing and building the products.
- Understand the meaning of missing-middle development and its implications on domestic and public life in our cities.
- Understand the importance and obstacles to creating a production ecosystem for missing-middle homes.
Free for SPUR and APA members.
$10 for non-members.
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