Neighborhood Density Panel (Seattle)« Back to Events
- January 23, 2013 4:00 pm
- January 23, 2013 6:00 pm
- Housing, Seattle, Young Leaders Group
- GGLO Space at the Steps
1301 First Avenue, Seattle, WA, United States
Seattle has one of the highest percentages of single-family houses of any major city in the US and over 134,000 new residents are expected to move to the Seattle metro area by 2016. Can our single-family neighborhoods absorb any of these new residents, or should they? This panel discussion will focus on backyard cottages, cottage housing, multi-unit lots, and new development in Seattle’s single-family neighborhoods. Related topics include legislative progress, successful development strategies for building in single-family neighborhoods, areas for future growth, and the reaction from homeowners to new development. Chances are you live in single-family neighborhood and these issue affect your home, so join us for a panel discussion on Neighborhood Density and find out why adding new residential units in existing single-family neighborhoods is such a contentious topic.
Anne Vernez Moudon | Professor of Urban Planning, University of Washington Urban Form Lab
Richard Conlin | Seattle City Councilmember (Chair of the Planning, Land Use, and Sustainability (PLUS) Committee)
Dan Duffus | Owner, Soleil Development
Mike Podowski | Land Use Policy Supervisor, City of Seattle Department of Planning & Development
Gabe Rosenshine | Owner, Alchemy Real Estate
Wednesday, January 23
4:00 – 4:30 PM Registration & Networking
4:30 – 6:00 PM Panel Discussion
GGLO Space at the Steps
1301 First Avenue
*Enter GGLO Space at the Steps from the north side of Harbor Steps, between First Avenue and Post Alley.
Parking: on-street, or local pay lots; there is no free parking at Harbor Steps.
$15 | $30 ULI Member | Non-member
Registration includes light drinks and appetizers.
Online Registration deadline: Tuesday, January 22
Register online at Northwest.uli.org or by phone at 1-800-321-5011
For more information, please contact us at Northwest@uli.org or by phone at 206-224-4500.
This event is brought to you by the ULI Northwest Young Leaders Group in Seattle.