The “Missing Middle” – Challenges and Opportunities for Middle-Income Housing Development-SOLD OUT!
California is facing a housing affordability crisis and the lack of middle-income housing production is a major part of the problem. This perennial under-supply has created a market imbalance that has driven housing cost and home prices to unsustainable levels for most households. In the Los Angeles region, 75% of the population cannot afford to buy a median-priced home today and 58% of the renter population is considered rent-burdened.
Over the years, many factors have contributed to the current situation including escalating land and construction costs, regulatory and zoning barriers, widening income gaps, NIMBYism, etc. Now both public and private sectors are looking for solutions. ULI-LA has assembled a knowledgeable panel to talk about the challenges, opportunities, public policy proposals and innovative market solutions related to middle-income housing production. You are invited to join us for an insightful discussion on a topic that is of critical importance to the continued economic growth of our region and a defining quality-of-life issue for people across the state.
- Ken Kahan – President, California Landmark Group
- Brent Gaisford – Director, Abundant Housing LA
- Andrew Fogg – Partner, Cox Castle Nicholson, LLP
- Tim Kawahara – Executive Director, UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate, Moderator
- Private $45 (Non-member $60)
- Gov/Nonprofit $35 (Non-member $50)
- Young Leader (under 35) $35 (Non-member $50)
- Student $25 (Non-member $35)
Continental breakfast will be provided. Please note that the last day to request a refund will be February 18th. Registration prices will increase by $10 after February 18.
To register, click register now below or call 1-800-321-5011.
Parking information will be provided at a later date.