Public Land for Public Good: What D.C. Can Achieve with Mixed-Use Development on Public Lands
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
6:00pm refreshments - 6:30 program
NCPC - 401 9th St. NW, Washington, D.C.
Thousands of new market-rate and affordable homes, stores, offices, and public spaces have grown up on vacant, under-used D.C. government-owned land over the past decade.
District schools and libraries have undergone a building boom, but they've been built as stand-alone facilities, rather than mixing housing, retail or other uses.
What is D.C.'s record on getting the most from private development of city land? Do these development projects meet D.C. residents' needs? How can public land deals deliver more affordable housing and other benefits for residents? What are the successess, disappointments, and future opportunities for city land redevelopment and joint development of these kinds of public facilities?
Join CSG at its latest forum, Public Land for Public Good: What D.C. Can Achieve with Mixed-Use Development on Public Lands, to discuss these questions with the city's leading actor and thinkers.
|D.C. Deputy Mayor Victor Hoskins|
Ginnie Cooper, Chief Librarian, DC Public Library
Jalal Green, housing official & mixed-income housing developer
Mary Filardo, Executive Director, 21st Century School Fund
CSG is pleased to present this event in cooperation with APA VA. AICP credits for this event are pending.
This event is co-hosted by the National Association of Realtors. and
Event LocationNational Capital Planning Commission
401 9th St. NW
North Lobby - Suite 500 Metro: Archives/Gallery Place