Accessory Dwelling Units Facilitate Living

In support of El Cerrito and surrounding communities, we’d like to inform readers of Unblocking the Market for Accessory Dwelling Units: Lessons Learned from Portland, Seattle and Vancouver, sponsored by UC Berkeley’s Terner Center for Housing Innovation.


5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. | Tuesday, April 18, 2017

An anticipated new study about accessory dwelling units (ADUs) is being released by UC Berkeley’s Terner Center for Housing Innovation. Titled Unblocking the Market for Accessory Dwelling Units: Lessons Learned from Portland, Seattle and Vancouver, the study examines the impact of various policy reforms and programs on expanding the production of accessory dwelling units. Using Seattle, Washington, Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, British Columbia as case studies, the report examines why some reforms have spurred more ADU construction than others while identifying best practices for other regions seeking to increase this type of housing development in their communities. Join us to learn more. In partnership with Urban Land Institute San Francisco.

+ Micah Weinberg / Bay Area Council Economic Institute
+ Carol Berg / City of Santa Cruz
+ Karen Chapple / UC Berkeley
+ Carol Galante / UC Berkeley
+ Ben Metcalf / Claifornia Department of Housing and Community Development
+ Yat-Pang Au / Veritas Investments

Read More: Same Neighborhoods, More Homes: Bring on the Accessory Dwelling Units

Author: jmelange

I am a writer living in the Bay Area, California.

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