Filmed October 7, 2015, at the ULI Fall Meeting in San Francisco.
As high-cost cities grapple with affordability issues, developers face new and changing rules and incentives for creating more affordable housing opportunities. San Francisco, New York, and London are classic examples, yet the challenges extend to smaller markets like Park City, Utah. Hear what’s next in local housing policies, and learn strategies for maximizing profit and value in the new inclusionary game. Success means continued opportunities for urban development, and will be the key to ensuring that regions can house their workforce and remain economically competitive.
- Jeffrey Heller of Heller Manus Architects
- Richard Blakeway of Greater London Authority
- Sarah Dennis-Phillips of the San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development
- Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen of the City of New York