Monday, December 3
Affordable Housing and Historic Preservation Seminar
- 3:30 PM – 4:00 PM Registration
- 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM Program
- 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM Networking, Wine and Beer, Lite Fare
Diversified Lighting Associates
Philadelphia Resource Center at The Bourse
111 S. Independence Mall E, Suite 960
Philadelphia, PA 19106
$30 – Members
$50 – All Others
CLE Credits and AIA Continuing Education Credits Available
Thank you to our generous sponsors:
- Diversified Lighting Associates
The issue of affordable housing is increasingly relevant in American cities, including Philadelphia, a city in which two-thirds of the housing units are 75 years old or older. Philadelphia also maintains a 26 percent poverty rate, the highest among the ten largest cities in the United States.
Join us as we explore the intersection of Affordable Housing and Historic Preservation.
- What’s involved in adapting and upgrading older structures to serve low to moderate income residents?
- Is historic preservation compatible with the creation of affordable housing?
- What compromises must be made, if any, to bring these two ideas together?
Contact Susan Matyas for more information.
Come and hear from professionals addressing multiple aspects of these questions including: adaptive re-use opportunities; multi-family developments; and the preservation of the ubiquitous Philadelphia rowhouse. A Q&A session will follow the panel discussion.
- Nancy Gephart, Development Manager, Shift Capital
- Melissa Long, Deputy Directory, Office of Housing & Community Development
- Brett Meringoff, Senior Vice President, The Winn Companies
- Jill Roberts, Executive Director, Healthy Rowhouse Project