Development CEOs Discuss Regional and National Residential Development Opportunities
National Housing Outlook with Tim Sullivan, Managing Principal Meyers Research
Affordability Trends with Cheryl Young, Senior Economist, Zillow Group
Living with Water: Resilient Housing
Getting the Formula Right for Mixed Income Communities
Understanding Affordability: New tools and Insights
Addressing Health Needs through Human-Centered Residential Design
Delivering Attainable Homeownership Opportunities
Making Room for Families and Seniors
Emerging Trends in Residential Investments
Housing of the Future: Innovations in Tech and Design
Housing Product Innovations: The lines blur more every day among housing, hotel, dorm, and commune. On this tour, you will see Miami examples including co-living, short-term rental apartments, condos with short-term rental, housing-as-a-service, including zero-parking housing.
Re-Thinking Public/Private Partnerships: Visit two of the largest public housing re-development projects in the United States, discuss policy changes necessary to support the workforce housing initiatives, and discuss importance of community engagement in the planning/programming stage.
Touring Miami’s Transit Corridor: Mixed use developments create multi-use, walkable destinations that consumers crave. Join us for a tour of two mixed-use projects, Link at Douglas and Motion at Dadeland. Link at Douglas, a 1.5 M SQ, Public Private Partnership between Miami-Dade County and 13th Floor Investments and Adler Group, has a total of 1,500 residential units, 25,000 SF of retail and a 280K SF office that will foster a transit-oriented development, as well as privately-funded transit and infrastructure upgrades within the county’s transit system. The Link at Douglas’ mobility plan includes connectivity to Metrorail, county buses, and municipal trolleys. Motion at Dadeland, a 0.87-acre development site with 294 units and ground floor retail, is positioned around the concept of “transit-oriented development,” providing residents direct covered access to the Metrorail station. Hear about the vision behind the two projects, lessons learned and much more. Please note: this tour requires walking & taking public transit.
Stay tuned for more details to be added in the coming weeks!