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2003 Summit on Public/Private Partnerships: Innovation for Affordable Housing

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  • Dayana Salazar
    FYI From: Bret Johnson
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 4, 2003
      FYI

      From: "Bret Johnson" <johnson@...> To: <bossard3@...> Sent: Tuesday, February 04, 2003 8:43 AM Subject: Funding for housing and redevelopment
      > Redevelopment and affordable housing has become > a major area of concern for our public and > non-profit sectors as well as private > organizations that have a vested interest in > redevelopment initiatives. The Performance > Institute research has uncovered a need for > Public/private partnerships in affordable > housing initiatives within redevelopment plans > to ensure success of the program. > > Based on this research, The P
      erformance Institute
      > will convene a meeting that will explore how > communities around the nation have built successful > public/private partnerships to implement noteworthy > affordable housing redevelopment. Below you will > find information on other topics to be covered > including land-use incentives, mixed-use > development, zoning roadblocks, the latest tax, > permit and regulation incentives, and more. > > To receive an electronic version of the complete > agenda, reply to this email requesting one and it > will be sent immediately. Feel free to share this > with your colleagues, a group discount rate can be > facilitated. > > Thank you, > Bret > > Bret Johnson > Associate Director > Environmental Performance Institute > P: (703) 894-0481 ext. 205 > F: (703) 894-0492 > johnson@...
      > > > > ************************************************** > 2003 Summit on Public/Private Partnerships > Innovations for Affordable Housing > ************************************************** > When: April 7-8, 2003 > Where: Holiday Inn Select, San Diego, CA > > > The only conference dedicated to redevelopment > efforts centered around affordable housing. > This meeting will bring officials in public, > private and non-profit sectors together to share > challenges and solutions to development and > affordable housing issues. > > Anyone involved in land use and redevelopment, > community development, area and city > planning/management, or economic development > will be provided the resources to develop > public/private partnerships to assist in > their housing/redevelopment programs. > > > IN THIS
      INTERACTIVE SYMPOSIUM YOU WILL LEARN
      > HOW YOUR COMMUNITY AND ORGANIZATION CAN MODEL > OTHER SUCCESSFUL AFFORDABLE HOUSING COALITIONS > AND: > > - Provide Incentives for Affordable Housing > * Forge public/private partnerships > * Identify and obtain grants and financing > * Land-use incentives > > - Redevelop Underutilized Properties > * Salvage and reshape areas into affordable > housing > * Achieve successful adaptive mixed-use > developments > * Increase both quantity and quality of > affordable homes > > - Encourage Adaptation and Ease Regulations > * Overcome the roadblocks in zoning and > * Planning regulations > * Take advantage of federal housing policy > reforms > * Address community issues preventing > affordable housing growth > > > On day two of the summit Eleanor Boba, with The > Association of Fundraising Professionals, will > faci
      litate an interactive strategy session that
      > will detail how your organization can effectively > obtain grant requests for affordable housing. > You will not only determine you funding needs, but > how to develop a strategy to secure the funding > sought. > > > ************************************************** > We hope you will join us to explore the latest in > affordable housing initiatives. Space will be > limited at this event. Please register yourself > and your team today by calling Bret Johnson at > 703-894-0481. You can also email any questions or > your registration to johnson@.... > ************************************************** >
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