The West Houston Association invites you to join Dick Weekley, Walt Mischer, Jr., Kendall Miller, Alan Hassenflu, Larry Johnson, and Tom Lile for a complimentary luncheon on “America’s Housing Crisis.” This event will be held on February 19th, from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm at the Houston Omni Hotel & Resorts, Four Riverway and is sponsored by the Center for Opportunity Urbanism.
Alan M. Berger, Director of Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Center for Advanced Urbanism is the featured speaker. He will discuss the Future of Suburbia and meeting the housing needs of people living and working in the Houston area and throughout the United States. WHA’s Sustainable Infrastructure Committee has identified recent shifts in suburban preference as one of the most pressing issues for our membership to address.
Following Dr. Berger’s talk, Joel Kotkin, will moderate an insightful panel that includes the authors of the Center for Opportunity Urbanism newest study on “America’s Housing Crisis” featuring Morley Winograd on millennials and housing; Tim Cisneros on the senior citizen market; Wendell Cox on returning to Levittown and Anne Snyder on immigrants and housing market.
Thanks to efforts by Ted Nelson and the executive committee, the West Houston Association is providing sponsorship for this event and has preferred seating for 20 WHA members. Please contact Auggie or Lindsey if you would like to attend. Preferred seating is limited.