ULI Charlotte News

City at 34% of Three-Year Affordable Housing Goal

The City of Charlotte recently released the ULI Terwilliger Center Recommendations to the City of Charlotte click here. The report received coverage in the Charlotte Business Journal on April 4, 2017 – click here. The City has hired Enterprise do provide a deeper analysis of needs and solutions and there are active conversations happening about allocating additional public funds and creating a public-private financing vehicle.

A special thanks goes to the panel of ULI members that helped shape these recommendations, Adam Ducker, managing director and director of urban real estate, RCLCO; Dionne Nelson, principal and chief executive officer, Laurel Street Residential; Douglas Tymins, president and chief executive officer, AIG Global Real Estate; Ali Solis, senior vice president, advocacy and corporate affairs, Enterprise Community Partners; Lisa Sturtevant, senior visiting fellow, ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing; Stockton Williams, executive director, ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing; and Bob Youngentob, cofounder, president, and chief creative officer, EYA. The panel was advised by Terwilliger Center national advisory board members Peter Pappas, founder and chief executive officer of Pappas Properties, and Dionne Nelson, principal and chief executive officer of Laurel Street Residential.

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