Housing Council – Gentrification and Housing Displacement Around Transit Corridors
Membership in the ULI LA Housing Council is by invitation and is a specific benefit for ULI members. Attendance in the ULI LA Housing Council meetings is limited to ULI members, who may invite non-ULI members to attend our meetings as guests for up to two meetings.
- Gentrification and Housing Displacement Around Transit Corridors: A ULI-LA / LA THRIVES “big table” joint discussion. New data are emerging highlighting one of the key questions about the growth of our region – what is the impact of investment on existing residents, and how can we mitigate displacement? Los Angeles continues to invest more in its public transit infrastructure, and with the potential of additional funds through Measure M, LA is slated to build one of the largest public transportation systems in the country. Our speakers and panelists will discuss the latest market and demographic research on displacement, and discuss the implications on housing affordability, development, displacement, and policy solutions for Los Angeles.
– Prof. Paul Ong, Professor of Urban Planning, Social Welfare and Asian American Studies, Luskin Center, UCLA
– Prof. Karen Chapple, Professor of City and Regional Planning, University of California, Berkeley (1).
Panelists and Respondents:
– Prof. Raphael Bostic, Judith and John Bedrosian Chair in Governance and the Public Enterprise, Sol Price School of Public Policy, University of Southern California, Moderator
– Doug Smith, Staff Attorney, Public Counsel – current and proposed LA policies
– Doug Shoemaker, President, Mercy Housing California – Solutions being used in Bay Area and around California
- Meeting information
- When: Friday, October 7, 2016 from 12:00-2:45PM.
- Where: We will be hosted by The California Community Foundation, 221 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
- Lunch: Luncheon will be served, courtesy of the California Community Foundation
Lunch will be served at 12:00; Program will begin at 12:15. Please be prompt.
Parking: The Foundation will generously provide discounted parking validations (at $14.50). An $8 surface parking lot is located across the Harbor Freeway at 418 S. Boylston, a 10-minute walk.
Regular members of the Council will receive a follow-up reminder on Monday, 10/3/16. If you have not been attending our meetings regularly, today’s notice will be the only meeting notice you receive. One way or another, if you wish to attend or invite a guest, you (and your guest) have to individually register for the meeting. Space is limited so we suggest that you register early.