There have been tectonic shifts in the state housing landscape and 2021 was yet another big year for legislation. As we take stock of the wins- and losses- of 2021 and the past few years and start to strategize for 2022, we have to ask ourselves- what has actually moved the needle and what new legislation has the most promise?
Panelists representing a spectrum of perspectives from advocacy, public sector and private development will lead a discussion on the future of housing in California. Join us for a lively program on what Sacramento’s housing policies mean for the industry, and share your ideas on what more can be done to address the housing crisis.
This event is a lead up event for ULI SF’s Housing the Bay Summit 2022, culminating in our 5th annual conference on June 9th, 2022.
Please note: this event is closed to press.
Michael Lane, State Policy Director, SPUR
Pedro Galvao, Deputy Director for Legislation at California Department of Housing & Community Development
Cassie Gilson, Partner, Axiom Advisors
Nevada Merriman, Director of Policy, MidPen Housing