May
25

ULI San Francisco: Mobilizing Project Homekey Through Modular – A Case Study (Housing the Bay Lead-Up)

Affordable Housing Month

Launched by the State as a response to the impacts of COVID on homelessness in California, Project Homekey is most known for turning hotels and motels into homeless housing. But Project Homekey also provided funds for innovative new build projects that could pull together resources and deliver housing under a very tight deadline. One such project, Homekey LifeMoves|Mountain View used a new delivery model and close collaboration between the developer, the city, consultants, and key funders and stakeholders to transform an underutilized industrial site into 100 units of new modular-built homeless housing in ten months from grant application to project completion.

 

Hear from project members about how they brought this remarkable project together and how it can be scaled and replicated to build housing for those most in need.

Schedule: 

12:00 to 12:40 pm: Panel Discussion

12:40 to 1:00 pm : Q&A Session

1:00 to 1:15 pm: Networking Breakout Session 

Speakers: 

Keith Brown, Senior Vice President, Sares Regis Group of Northern California  

Wayne Chen, Assistant Community Development Director, City of Mountain View 

Joanne Price, Vice President of Real Estate & Operations, LifeMoves 

May 25, 12:00pm, Online Event RSVP
May 25
Affordable Housing Month

ULI San Francisco: Mobilizing Project Homekey Through Modular – A Case Study (Housing the Bay Lead-Up)

May 25, 12:00pm, at Online Event RSVP

Launched by the State as a response to the impacts of COVID on homelessness in California, Project Homekey is most known for turning hotels and motels into homeless housing. But Project Homekey also provided funds for innovative new build projects that could pull together resources and deliver housing under a very tight deadline. One such project, Homekey LifeMoves|Mountain View used a new delivery model and close collaboration between the developer, the city, consultants, and key funders and stakeholders to transform an underutilized industrial site into 100 units of new modular-built homeless housing in ten months from grant application to project completion.

 

Hear from project members about how they brought this remarkable project together and how it can be scaled and replicated to build housing for those most in need.

Schedule: 

12:00 to 12:40 pm: Panel Discussion

12:40 to 1:00 pm : Q&A Session

1:00 to 1:15 pm: Networking Breakout Session 

Speakers: 

Keith Brown, Senior Vice President, Sares Regis Group of Northern California  

Wayne Chen, Assistant Community Development Director, City of Mountain View 

Joanne Price, Vice President of Real Estate & Operations, LifeMoves