Healthy, thriving cities have a mixture of housing options to support the various needs of residents. Dallas currently faces an affordable housing shortage, threatening its future vitality. How can commercial real estate leaders help to address this housing crunch? In this interactive session, attendees will learn about best practices in other cities and engage in a brainstorming session to bring those best practices to Dallas
Our speakers include:
Hannah Lebovits is an Assistant Professor of public affairs at the University of Texas- Arlington. Her research and teaching focuses on topics related to urban policy, public administration, social justice and sustainability. Outside of the classroom, Hannah is involved in efforts to capture the lived experiences of those struggling to maintain secure housing.
Julia Lindgren is an Assistant Professor at the University of Texas at Arlington where she teaches design-build studios and seminars focused on social equity, community engagement, and housing. Through practice, research and teaching, Julia explores the ways in which design processes can be used to restructure the distribution of power within cities.
The Drey Hotel
5630 Village Glen Drive,
Dallas, Texas 75206
Registration Closes Friday, August 12th
Limited walk in seats available.
Special Thanks to our August Industry Luncheon Sponsors:
Locke Lord & Whitley Penn