What It's About:
Mixed-income housing and inclusionary zoning are tools increasingly used by local governments to create more affordable housing. Some jurisdictions offer incentives to offset the costs of these requirements, while others do not. For developers working in jurisdictions with such requirements, creative strategies are often needed, including partnerships with local governments and other entities. This session discusses the experiences of several developers who have successfully developed mixed-income housing projects.
What You'll Learn:
Examine the mixed-income and inclusionary zoning requirements around the country and learn the typical incentives that can make mixed-income housing more feasible.
Explore the best practices for mixed-income housing design.
Identify the key management issues that frequently emerge in mixed-income housing communities.
Hear how low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) have been used in mixed-income housing developments.
How to Attend:
Participants must be registered for a full registration package or a 1-day education with expo pass package valid for the day of the session they wish to attend. Seating for Building Knowledge sessions will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
NAHB - 1.00 CE hour(s), AIA – 1.0 LU Hour(s)
AIA CES Credit Eligible:
NAHB is a Registered Provider with the American Institute of Architects Continuing Education Systems. Credit earned on completion of this course will be reported to CES Records for AIA members by the Provider. Certificates of Completion are available upon request.