ULI Atlanta: Unpacking Land-Use Regulation and its Impact on the Housing Market


Tuesday, June 16th, 2020
9:00am - 10:15am EDT


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Join ULI Atlanta and local industry leaders for a discussion on land use regulation and its impact on housing production and affordability.

We have had and will continue to have a national housing shortage. As we face record unemployment, the challenge of having enough homes Atlantans can afford is not going away. Even in recovery, we expect significant pressures on housing supply, particularly in job- and amenity-rich communities. Across our region there has been a disconnect between housing product types consumers seek and what the market provides. As public incentives become more constrained, zoning is one of the tools still readily available to help address housing affordability.  So how do we rethink our approach to zoning to address these challenges? What specific opportunities does the City of Atlanta zoning rewrite present? What does the demand for ‘missing middle’ housing look like in our new health reality?  How does innovation in housing play into all this? How could new regulation create business opportunities for neighborhood-based developers?

We will dive into land use regulations, the development review process, the cost, benefits, and opportunities in local neighborhoods.

Speakers include:

Joshua Humphries - Director, Office of Housing and Community Development, City of Atlanta

Will Johnston - Executive Director, MicroLife Institute
David Kirk - Partner, Troutman Sanders

Terri Lee - Chief Housing Officer, City of Atlanta

Egbert Perry - CEO, Integral Group


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