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Urban Housing Development Symposium w/ Dr. Gregory Morrow - Santa Barbara

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Impact Hub

1117 State Street

Santa Barbara, CA 93101

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UC Berkeley Housing Development Symposium in Santa Barbara - October 23, 2019

*FREE Admission - please RSVP online
*Open to the Public
*Event starts at 5:30pm for Cash Bar and Networking
*Program starts at 6pm

Dr. Gregory Morrow, an expert in the field of sustainable urban development from UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design, will be in Santa Barbara Wednesday, Oct. 23, to talk about economic vitality and addressing the local housing crisis while preserving Santa Barbara’s urban character.

The free event is at 5:30 p.m. at Impact Hub, 1117 State St. Comments from community leaders and a Q&A panel featuring Senior Assistant to the City Administrator Nina Johnson, Historic Landmarks Commissioner Anthony Grumbine, Planning Commissioner John Campanella, and developer Peter Lewis will be held following Morrow’s presentation.

Organized by the UC Berkeley Community of Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties, the program is to celebrate the upcoming 60th anniversary of the formation of UC Berkeley’s architectural
program into the Center of Environmental Design.

An internationally acclaimed thought leader, Morrow is currently the Executive Director of the college’s Master’s Degree in Real Estate Development and Design. With a Ph.D. in urban planning, he will highlight his talk with case studies in Southern California.

To RSVP, visit GM23.eventbrite.com

Event sponsorsinclude:

City of Santa Barbara
County of Santa Barbara
Appleton Partners LLP
Santa Barbara Independent
DMHA Architecture
RRM Design Group
Hayward Lumber
Coastal Housing Coalition
TVSB Channel 17


UC Berkeley Community of Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties

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