Housing as Infrastructure

APA Missouri Chapter

#9161272

Wednesday, October 17, 2018
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. CDT

Maryland Heights, MO, United States

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Overview

Over the past 25 years, the equity movement has embraced the importance of place, and the vital role it plays in determining health, opportunity, and economic success. Housing is a necessity that is critical to creating place and opportunity.  But is it a right?  How can we harness the lessons gained from housing policies to deepen our understanding and propel this work forward? This session will share critical strategies that have helped improve neighborhoods, cities, counties, and regions, including: fostering authentic community ownership, developing local leaders, building organizational capacity, cultivating sustainable financing, and achieving population-level results.

Resource URL

https://missouri.planning.org/connect/sections/saint-louis/events/

Speakers

Esther Shin

Esther Shin is President of Urban Strategies, Inc. She leads a team of professionals with expertise in human capital and economic development to help people in communities across the United States. Esther believes that all residents want safe, vibrant neighborhoods to work, live, and play. Esther has led or supported ... Read More

Contact Info

Michael Zeek, mzeek@marylandheights.com