Urban Planning Webinar Series: Affordable Housing

Review the forward-looking trends in urban housing impacting every economic strata.

Urban Planning Webinar Series
ONLINE: May 4, 2016
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The U. S. Census reported in 2012 that 80 percent of the inhabitants of the United States live in an urban environment. Such a concentration of people requires an evaluation of zoning densities, building codes, transportation systems, environmental practices, walkability standards, bike paths and public space needs.

The Ward Center for Real Estate Studies is conducting a series of three webinars, curated by CCIM Senior Instructor, Tom Bothen, CCIM (an instructor at Chicago’s Roosevelt University- Marshall Bennett School of Real Estate) with key speakers including an urban planning author, a City of Chicago housing official and an urban real estate developer. These experts will share details about the impact of contemporary urbanism. How it shapes living in cities, the impact on property investment value and successfully responding to the challenges of density.

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LIVE VIRTUAL SESSION
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Date and Time
Affordable Housing & Its Relevance to Urban Planning
Wednesday, May 4, 2016
4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. Central

Instructors
Thomas C. Bothen, CCIM

Bryan Esenberg, Assistant Commissioner, Dept. of Planning and Development, City of Chicago, will review the forward-looking trends in urban housing impacting every economic strata.

Tuition

$105 for CCIM Institute members
$115 for REALTORS
$125 for non-members

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