2016 Tri-County Housing Summit: The Economics of Place
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2016 Tri-County Housing Summit: The Economics of Place

South Carolina Community Loan Fund is hosting the fourth annual Tri-County Housing Summit to continue the conversation on why housing matters to the long-term economic viability of the region, and how we can move our efforts to increase the availability of affordable housing forward. The summit provides an opportunity for representatives from all sectors to interact and focus their collective energy on meeting our region's housing and economic development needs.

When: Thursday, June 16, 2016
10:00 AM
Where: Trident Technical College, Center for Economic Development
7000 Rivers Avenue
Building 900
North Charleston, South Carolina  29406
United States
Contact: South Carolina Community Loan Fund (SCCLF)

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Joseph Minicozzi, the principal of Urban3, LLC will be returning as the summit's keynote speaker this year to further explore the economics of place in the tri-county region. Urban3's work has changed the way leaders and stakeholders view development in their communities. They are a private consulting firm specializing in land value economics, property and retail tax analysis and community design. They seek to empower communities with the ability to promote development patterns that secure a community's fiscal condition while reinforcing a stronger sense of place and to provide a deeper understanding of this environment by measuring data, visualizing results; and digging deeper into policies' effect on the built environment.

Minicozzi will be returning to Charleston to present an analysis created by his team for the Tri-County Region. The analysis is sponsored by Charleston Trident Association of Realtors, Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce, Charleston Regional Development Alliance, Coastal Conservation Leagues, South Carolina Community Loan Fund, Thomas and Hutton Engineering, and Lowcountry Local First.

The Housing Summit is sponsored by South Carolina Community Loan Fund, Charleston Regional Business Journal, PNC Bank, and TD Bank. Lunch will be provided by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond.


$20 Tickets, Lunch Will Be Provided.


For more information and to register, click here.