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Educational Programs

We are conducting a series of educational sessions leading up to the Summit. Your input and insight at these forums will help us shape the direction of Housing the Bay.

Educational Programs

We are conducting a series of educational sessions leading up to the Summit. Your input and insight at these forums will help us shape the direction of Housing the Bay.

  • Modular Construction in the Bay Area: The Future is Now

    Modular construction provides an opportunity for reduced hard costs during a time when it is getting harder to make projects pencil.  Join our panel in a discussion on the evolving modular industry, prospects this construction methodology provides, and the future of modular construction in the Bay Area.Our diverse panel includes perspectives from experienced developers Rick Holliday and V. Fei Tsen, construction expertise from Larry Pace, and the rare union viewpoint from Jay Bradsahw on this emerging construction technique.  Carol Galante, distinguished professor of affordable housing and urban policy from the Terner Center, will challenge these panelists on how modular construction can be a practical solution for building residential construction in 2017 and beyond.
  • 7/20/17 360 Look at a Win-Win Public Engagement: 1028 Market Street

    Join us to dive into the unique development of 1028 Market Street from a 360 degree perspective of the public process with representatives from the developer, the community, and the city. 1028 Market Street is a recently entitled mixed-use residential and retail project located in San Francisco’s Mid-Market neighborhood. This property is known for its creative use of the vacant building during the entitlement process, as it transformed into the beloved, yet temporary, “The Hall“. Tidewater Capital, the building’s developers, transformed the street level space into a food hall that provided storefront space to local vendors, activated the streetscape, and served as a gathering place for the community to discuss what they wanted to see in the new development. This morning program will be held at The Hall, which will be closing later this Fall. Come join us to learn about this unique (and successful) approach to community engagement in San Francisco.

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