Housing the Bay
It’s impossible to live in the Bay Area without being impacted in some way by the high cost and limited supply of housing. Whether you’re looking for somewhere to live, trying to hire and retain employees, or watching your friends or family leave the area for lack of housing options, this issue touches you.
To address this challenge, we have launched Housing the Bay, a ULI SF member-driven initiative to tackle some of the root causes of the housing issue and deliver innovative solutions in the realms of financing, construction costs, policy, and the public process.
Through ongoing events, including the Housing the Bay Summit on March 23, workshops, dialogue, and research, we will work together with our members and partners to break down barriers and take steps toward finding lasting housing solutions for the Bay Area.
Housing the Bay Programs:
- Small Homes, Big Benefit: Lessons from Three West Coast Cities
- Local vs. State Control
- Housing the Missing Middle: A New Financial Frontier
- Modular Construction in the Bay Area: The Future is Now
- 360° Look at the Public Process: 1028 Market Street
- Pro-Housing Legislation- What Now?
- Bay Area Modular Construction 2.0: The Future is Now
- Housing the Bay Summit
Housing the Bay Summit (March 23rd, 2018) Confirmed Speakers (more to come!):
Carol Galante, Faculty Director, Terner Center for Housing Innovation, UC Berkeley
Vicki Granowitz, City of San Diego Planning Commission
Denise Pinkston, Partner, TMG Partners
John Rahaim, Planning Director, San Francisco Planning Department
Andrea Reimer, Counciller, City of Vancouver
Stockton Williams, Executive Director, ULI’s Terwilliger Center for Housing
Thank you to our summit partners: