National Building Museum

Future Cities: Housing Affordability Summit

Tuesday, September 19, 2023
9:00 AM - 6:30 PM
The National Building Museum will convene diverse thought leaders for critical conversations about the current challenges and opportunities in the affordable housing crisis. Focused on the interconnectedness of community, equity, and the built environment, the summit explores how collaborative action can reimagine and build a collective, thriving future. Recognizing that neither policy, design, nor advocacy alone can meaningfully address the underlying inequity of housing in America, the summit centers around the core question, What do communities and neighborhoods lose when housing is unaffordable? 
Session Topics
• Displacement, Wealth Disparities, and Equitable Development 
• Affordable Housing and the Equitable Energy Transition 
• Intergenerational Communities and Alternative Housing
Learn more about the Future Cities: Housing Affordability Summit, here.  
Full Day Tickets: $55 Museum Member | Free Student | $90 Non Member
Half Day Tickets: $25 Museum Member | Free Student | $45 Non Member (Half Day begins after lunch)
This program qualifies for 6.25 AIA Continuing Education LU|HSWs
Future Cities: Housing Affordability Summit Sponsors
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