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Mixed-income housing gained national attention and became a federal priority in 1993 when, with the authorization of the HOPE VI program, federal, local, and private programs began using mixed-income housing to encourage social mobility and avoid concentrating affordable housing in low-income neighborhoods.
Practitioners and academics will consider efforts required to build mixed-income communities, expectations for neighborhood change, technical issues including income mix percentages, shared amenities, and the physical design of market and affordable housing.
This June 10, 2013 presentation is the first in the Housing Knowledge Community's new public interest webinar series and is sponsored by the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Office of Policy Development & Research.
Presenters: Mark Joseph, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Case Western Reserve University; Julie DeGraaf Velazquez, Vice President/Project Manager, McCormack Baron Salazar; and Rachelle Levitt, Director, Research Utilization Division, Office of Policy Development &
Research, Department of Housing and Urban
Moderator: Michael P. Kelly, Director, Department of Housing and Community Development, Government of the District of Columbia
1. Identify and address the challenges of financing developments that combine market-rate and subsidized units.
2. Better understand the key roles played by community members and property managers throughout the creation of a mixed-income development.
3. Discuss how mixed-income development can lead to improved resident outcomes.
4. Discuss the challenges of mixed income developments and shared amenities and solutions to these issues.
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