Click here to register! February, 2018 is the one-year anniversary of adopting the Inclusionary Housing regulation for the City of Portland. We are checking in
February, 2018 is the one-year anniversary of adopting the Inclusionary Housing regulation for the City of Portland. We are checking in for a program update and how we can continue to provide more affordable housing for Portland. Join us for a panel discussion between:
Alisa’s prior experience also includes serving as Economic Development Division Manager for the City of Vancouver (WA), further deepening her understanding of the opportunities and challenges facing municipalities interested in economic and community development. She serves on Metro’s Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Steering Committee and Equitable Housing Committee and serves on the Board of Directors for the Confluence Project.
Tim sits on the executive board for the state chapter of LOCUS/Smart Growth America. He has also been involved in the Commercial Association of Realtors, Metro Multifamily Housing Association, along with CCIM and other CRE associations. He continues to be involved in the global Entrepreneur Association and has served on their board of directors. Tim is also intimately involved with and supportive of the Dougy Center for Grieving children and served on their board of directors for nine years.
Mike is a published author and speaker on urban development and housing policy, and has over 12 years of experience in CRE investment, capital markets and asset management. He has a Bachelor of Science in Community Development and Real Estate Development, cum laude, from the Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning at Portland State University in Portland, OR. He is a Full Member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), sits on the Transit Oriented Development Product Council, and is an active member of LOCUS, NAIOP, and the National Multifamily Housing Council.
Tyler is a planner and economic development professional with over 10 years of experience in large and small communities and in the public and private sectors. Tyler was project manager for the Inclusionary Housing Zoning Code Project and continues to track the market response to these new regulations. Tyler has recently worked on the Residential Infill Project, the Mixed Use Zones Project and Central City 2035. Prior to joining the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability Tyler worked at Strategic Economics in Berkeley, CA and Progressive Urban Management Associates in Denver, CO.
(Thursday) 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Multnomah Athletic Club
1849 SW Salmon St.
Come and enjoy this early bird networking event, coupled with the opportunity to get a new professional headshot, provided by Kara Santa Ana Photography. Cost is $35 and includes
Come and enjoy this early bird networking event, coupled with the opportunity to get a new professional headshot, provided by Kara Santa Ana Photography. Cost is $35 and includes a sit down breakfast and headshot. This CREW Connection is for members only and is limited to 50.
Note: Headshots will be taken on a first-come-first-serve basis. Please allow enough time to enjoy a sit-down breakfast while you wait for your turn. We cannot guarantee wait times, although we have a plan to move things along efficiently and quickly.
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(Tuesday) 7:30 am - 9:30 am
808 SW Taylor St.