Moving Out: How Future Demand Will Impact Housing Opportunity
Thursday, June 21, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)
SOLD OUT! This event is currently at capacity. If you still are interested in attending, seats may become available on event day. You are welcome to come to Union Station for onsite registration at 8:30 a.m. for possible accommodation.
Join the Urban Land Institute’s Terwilliger Center for Housing in Washington, DC on Thursday, June 21 for a policy forum on the emerging issue of future demand and its impact on housing opportunity.
As the economy begins to show signs of improvement, what will happen to the estimated millions of households that have not formed or have been forced into new configurations (the foreclosure “homeless”) due to the Great Recession? Developers, planners, public officials, advocates, and other community stakeholders need to better understand the scope, scale and nuances of future, currently pent-up, demand in order to craft innovative strategies to address the issue in their cities and suburbs.
Moving Out will present a thoughtful dialogue on this issue by addressing the following questions among others:
* Why and how does future demand matter for housing opportunity?
* How should the industry respond to the release of pent-up demand?
* What policy and finance (federal, state, local) changes may be needed to support this response?
* Given changing demographics and preferences, what should a healthy, re-balanced housing landscape look like as we think about the future demand?
Visit http://www.uli.org/terwilliger for additional program details--including confirmed speakers!
When and Where
Thursday, June 21, 2012
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Columbus Club @ Union Station
Who Should Attend
Moving Out will appeal to a diverse group of practitioners, including private and non-profit real estate developers, public officials, urban and regional planners, housing advocates, smart growth and sustainability experts, architects, investors and lenders, real estate agents and many others.
This event is currently at capacity. If you are interested in attending, please add your name to the wait list. You will be notified if a seat becomes available. If you have already registered and your plans have changed, please notify us as soon as possible so we can make your seat available to someone else. Email email@example.com to cancel your registration.
WiFi will be available at the Columbus Club and login information will be provided on event day. If you will be using Twitter before or during the forum to share event news, please use #ulihousing as the hash tag.
|8:30 -||9:00 A.M.||Registration, Breakfast and Networking|
|9:00 -||9:10 A.M.||
Patrick Phillips, Urban Land Institute
|9:10 -||9:30 A.M.||
Introductory Remarks: What is Future Demand and Why Do We Care?
Maureen McAvey, Urban Land Institute
|9:30 -||11:00 A.M.||
Panel: What Do the Numbers Tell Us About Future Demand?
Nic Retsinas, Harvard Business School (moderator)
Paul Bishop, National Association of Realtors
David Crowe, National Association of Home Builders
Caroline Kenney, Urban Atlantic
Richard Koss, Fannie Mae
|11:00 -||11:05 A.M.||Break|
|11:05 A.M. -
Keynote: Solo Cities-How the Rise of Singles and Singletons is Changing Cities
Eric Klinenberg, New York University
Author of "Going Solo: The Extraordinary Rise and Surprising Appeal of Living Alone"
|12:00 -||1:15 P.M.||
Lunch and Roundtable Discussions
Lynn Ross, ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing
|1:15 . -||2:45 P.M.||
Panel: What Does Future Demand Mean for Housing Opportunity?
John McIlwain, ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing (moderator)
Doug Bibby, National Multi Housing Council
Laura Cole, Willowsford
Brian Jackson, EYA
Jason Jordan, American Planning Association
|2:45 -||3:00 P.M.||
RELATED PARTNER EVENT
Moving Out participants may also be interested in a special event taking place the evening of June 21. The National Housing Conference (NHC) will host its 40th Annual Gala at the National Building Museum starting at 6:00 p.m.
This year’s event, Housing America’s Heroes, will honor the organizations that serve America's veterans by meeting their housing needs. NHC has chosen this theme to shine a light on a housing industry united in its desire to serve this critical and growing need and the partnerships (public and private) that are making a difference.
Learn more about the Housing America’s Heroes Gala at http://www.nhc.org/Gala.html.
Travelling to participate? Moving Out participants are encouraged to take advantage of the discounted hotel rooms at the Grand Hyatt Washington (1000 H Street NW, Washington, DC). The hotel is just minutes away by transit or taxi from the forum venue at Union Station and the NHC Gala venue at the National Building Museum.
Grand Hyatt Washington
Special Rate: $229/night plus taxes for single or double room
Book by calling 1(888) 233-1234 and using group code "NHCC" for the special rate.
Rooms are being offered in partnership with the National Housing Conference, so be sure to mention their group code of “NHCC” to access the reserved block and special rate. Rooms in the block are limited and early booking is recommended.
Please contact Amelia Haken at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When & Where
ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing
The mission of the ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing is to expand housing opportunity by leveraging the private sector and other partners to create and sustain mixed-income, mixed-use urban and suburban neighborhoods that incorporate a full spectrum of housing choices including workforce housing, compact design, and connections to jobs, transit, services and education.
The Terwilliger Center is part of the Urban Land Institute (ULI). ULI is a nonprofit research and education organization supported by its members. As the preeminent, multidisciplinary real estate forum, ULI facilitates an open exchange of ideas, information, and experience among local, national, and international industry leaders and policy makers dedicated to creating better places. The mission of the Urban Land Institute is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. Learn more at http://www.uli.org!