ULI Sacramento and AIA present ‘Public-Private Partnerships for Developing Affordable Housing’ Part of APA Speaker Series
ULI Sacramento and AIA Central Valley will jointly present a program on Friday, August 25
as part of the 2017 APA Speaker Series
Public-private Partnerships for Developing Affordable Housing
Since 2012 and the changes to redevelopment agencies in the State, affordable housing has been more difficult to finance and construct. Developers and local agencies have had to be more creative about assembling funding sources, leveraging new financial tools, and being more collaborative. Public-private partnerships (PPP) within the Sacramento region have successfully tackled the issues of affordable housing and can help guide future projects. The West Gateway Place project was the first project in the State with an Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities (AHSC) grant to break ground. The first vertical project in the new Downtown Railyards will be an affordable housing project that leverages the previous investments in infrastructure and will benefit from future public and private funding for parks, schools, and other urban amenities benefiting these future residents.
Chief Financial Officer
Join us Friday, August 25
Registration and Coffee begins at 8:00 am
West Sacramento Community Center
REGISTRATION IS THROUGH APA at the following link:
APA Series Overview:
The Sacramento region is one of the most diverse in the nation. From the mountains and lakes to the valleys and rivers, our people and the environment they live in span a wide range. While we may diverge on specific beliefs, there is a call to work together to make our diverse communities more vibrant and livable. This year, let’s help bring diverse perspectives to the table so that we can learn from each other and work together on our common goals.
This year marks 10 years of the Speaker Series! APA and our partners are proud to celebrate a successful 10 years of this collaborative program and look forward to bringing attendees diverse perspectives in land use, development, public health, architecture, policy, and many others