SPUR Lunchtime Forum: What’s next for in-fill housing? Current and anticipated trends

"The effects of the recession on the tumultuous real estate market has left us with some unknowns: what will happen when San Francisco’s for-sale housing supply dries up? What creative approaches and tried- and-true strategies keep projects selling and renting? And what are the bright spots for 2010-2011? Join Paul Zeger, CEO, Pacific Marketing Associates, as he offers his perspective on current and anticipated trends. Co-sponsored by the Urban Land Institute."



Can Columbus Get Its Sprawl Under Control?

There’s a new study out examining the future of Columbus, Ohio, and the results are a little scary. This growing city in central Ohio has an Atlanta-like geography — no physical barriers on any side. And if current development patterns continue, Chris Bentley at the Architect’s Newspaper reports, the region’s physical footprint is expected to more than […]

5th Annual Housing Summit

From San Francisco Housing Action Coalition During the last economic cycle, San Francisco entitled roughly 40,000 new units of housing.  However, it is not clear in the current economic climate how many of them will actually be built.  What could we, as San Franciscans, do to help deliver this badly needed housing?  The SFHAC will host a public […]