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Real Struggles, Real Solutions: Transit-Oriented Redevelopment Amidst New Jersey’s Housing Litigation Mess

Date:
April 16, 2018
Time:
8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Venue:
Eisenhower Corporate Campus
Address:
290 W. Mt. Pleasant Avenue/GPS Address: 80 Beaufort Avenue
Livingston, NJ 07039 United States
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What are the challenges inherent in incorporating affordable housing as part of transit-oriented development? How can municipalities and developers succeed in striking the right balance of scale and density in the face of uncertain affordable housing obligations? Is there any help available from the State in trying to bridge these challenges? And, of course, what is the current state of affordable housing in New Jersey (litigation and otherwise) and where are things heading in 2018- – particularly in light of Judge Jacobson’s decision in the Mercer County Trial which may be poised to have statewide impact.

Join ULI NNJ and come hear these questions discussed from the perspective of Mayors, developers and industry leaders in the trenches.   AICP CM Pending.

Moderator:
Thomas J. Trautner Jr., Esq., Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC

(9:15-10:30 am) Panel I: T.O.D/Downtown Development: Real World Issues With Incorporating Affordable Housing 

Sheena C. Collum, Executive Director APA-NJ/ President, South Orange Village
Mayor Keith Misciagna, Borough of Park Ridge
John M. Murray, Chief Financial Officer, N.J. Mortgage & Housing Finance Agency
Stephen Santola, EVP and General Counsel, Woodmont

(10:45 am- 12:00 pm) Panel II: The Mercer County Decision is In! What’s Next?

Adam M. Gordon, Esq., Associate Director, Fair Share Housing Center
Ronald S. Ladell, Senior Vice President, AvalonBay Communities, Inc.
Lara Schwager, Vice President of Development, PIRHL
Jeffrey R. Surenian, Esq., Jeffrey R. Surenian and Associates, LLC

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Private : $55.00
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Full time students: $25.00

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Private: $75.00
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Full time students: $35.00

*Includes forum and continental breakfast

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