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Evicted Affordable Housing Symposium Day 1 - Shared screen with speaker view
Cheryl Morgan
54:58
what were the parking requirements for the Hunter’s View project and how was it integrated?
Bruce Lanier
01:07:57
Amanda, now that you have first-hand experience in working on both market and affordable product in the southeast, can you comment on the similarities/differences in the housing product that you see delivered here compared to what you have seen delivered in SF?
Eddie Griffith
01:17:21
How do you plan for future flexibility and adaptability of unit types and community amenities so that as housing expectations emerge they can be accommodated?
Cheryl Morgan
01:29:53
did the mathun plan say that there should be multiple architects or was that part of the housing authority RFP
Bruce Lanier
01:32:11
You mentioned developers bringing wrap around services has benefitted some of the more successful projects. Can you give us some examples of how that has looked on a few different projects?
Cheryl Morgan
01:36:22
Have you worked on affordable housing projects that were not initiated by housing authorities, with say non-profits or even traditional developers?
Connor Stein
01:38:05
I've recently returned to Birmingham after attending grad school in the PNW, and I've been unpleasantly reminded that Birmingham is a very car-centric place. I also haven't seen too much discussion around climate change/sustainability in terms of urban development here. Higher density housing is great 'low-tech' strategy in terms of sustainability, but these project types still need/choose to provide a ton of parking. What comes first? Higher density housing that leads to more transit demand, or vice-versa? How should we be advocating for both of these things as architects?
Bruce Lanier
01:40:56
Amen
Steve Trueb
01:46:19
Thank you all. Very well done!