This is event is sponsored by the Leonard W. Wood Center for Real Estate Studies and the Kenan Scholars Program.
North Carolina’s Research Triangle is booming, driving strong job creation and population growth. Yet the region’s affordable housing stock is shrinking. This forward-looking symposium focuses on the private market production and preservation of affordable housing to ensure workers can live and invest in the communities where they work. What are the impediments to investing in the area’s affordable housing stock? Are there emerging models that might increase the supply? Join us for this half-day symposium to learn how the region’s top developers, financiers, government officials and nonprofit professionals answer these questions and more, and be part of the conversation on developing new and sustainable solutions to address the Triangle’s affordable housing shortage.
Sydney Bannerman, Events Manager