Housing Trends 2016: Finding the “Missing Middle Housing”
This year’s housing trends program will focus on the “Missing Middle Housing“. Daniel Parolek, a nationally recognized thought leader in architecture, design, and urban planning, specifically in terms of creating livable, sustainable communities and buildings will be the keynote speaker. He coined the term Missing Middle Housing, which defines a range of multi-unit or clustered housing types compatible in scale with a single-family home. The concept has gained attention in recent years as cities have recognized Missing Middle Housing as a way to create more walkable urban living.
Following Daniel’s presentation will be a moderated panel of local builders, architects and designers involved in missing middle housing who will discuss the market and opportunities for further development of Missing Middle both in urban and greenfield areas of our region.
David Hale | Hale Development Inc.
Sherry McKibben | McKibben + Cooper Architects
Corey Elitharp | RSI Construction
David Southers, Southers Properties
Moderated by Galli + Seidl Real Estate
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