In addition to offering quality of life perks, walkable neighborhoods offer both economic and environmental benefits. Yet, communities today have limited resources and cannot meet the market demand for walkable, sustainable neighborhoods. Often, the housing and community development of these places requires outside support, including federal and private investment.
This webinar explores market trends for walkable neighborhoods and the role federal and state policy along with the private sector could play in supporting and sustaining the revitalization currently underway in communities across the country.
Leading the discussion is Christopher Coes, vice president for Real Estate Policy and External Affairs at Smart Growth America and director of LOCUS, the only national real estate coalition dedicated to building and advocating for equitable walkable neighborhoods across America.
WEBINAR DATE: APRIL 17, 2018 | FIND MORE WEBINARS