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Coffee, Networking & Breakfast
Affordable Housing & Community Development
Developing Affordable Housing in Booming Areas
Austin's Red Hot Multifamily Market
Development, Investment, Design, and Forecast
The Four Seasons
98 San Jacinto Blvd.
Austin, TX 78701
Ballroom: Four Seasons Ballroom - Ground Level
Self-Parking - Austin Convention Center (3 minute walk to Four Seasons)
$5 up to 2 hours
$10 2-8 hours
Valet Parking - $21
All the cool kids want to live in Austin. With Google moving into the Central Business District and Apple announcing a $1 billion campus, Austin is hotter than ever.
With these major players entering the market, there has been an increase in people moving to Austin. So with more people comes
a higher demand for
housing, and developers are building up!
are developers keeping up with this demand? And how can we preserve and build enough
affordable housing? Find out exactly how this demand is affecting the decision making of owners, developers,
investors and more. You'll hear from the experts on which sub-markets developers are targeting, the up-and-coming neighborhoods, and the projects they are most excited about at our Multifamily Event. Trust us, you won’t want to miss it!
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1) What neighborhoods have not been tapped into thus far from an investment and development perspective?
2) How are developers and AEC working together to deliver product that appeals to traditional and non-traditional renters?
3) How will your investments be impacted by the promised economic growth?
4) How are developers tackling to the need for affordable housing?
5) Where is the most affordable housing being built, and will it be enough?
6) How are city officials incentivizing developers to build more affordable housing?