LISC Roundtable Series in conjunction with Bank of America Present:
Building Across the Income Spectrum: Leveraging Resources to Meet a Range of Needs
The lack of housing for moderate income residents of San Diego County is having a dramatic impact on the supply of housing affordable to lower income households.
Households in the moderate income range, faced with limited choices, are bidding up housing that was previously occupied by lower income households. As a result, the supply of housing affordable to low-income residents is shrinking far faster than our sector can provide rent-stabilized housing via tax credits, inclusionary housing, and other means.
Changes in the tax code, state law, and local incentives have all been aimed at increasing the overall supply of housing to address this critical issue. This panel will bring together practitioners who are thought leaders in their respective fields who use these new tools to finance, build, or advocate for the production of housing across the income spectrum.
- Charmaine Atherton from Bank of America
- ASM Todd Gloria, Majority Whip and advocate for workforce housing
- David Allen of Trestle Development
- Ahmadou Bocar of Cohn Reznick
This special event will be held in the Loggia Room, upstairs from the Prado Restaurant in Balboa Park. Breakfast will be provided.