Housing in the Evolving American Suburb: The Story of Central Ohio
About the Event
In recognition of the critical role suburbs have played, and the changing roles they are likely to play, in meeting the nation’s housing needs, ULI’s Terwilliger Center for Housing, in partnership with RCLCO, recently released the results of an in-depth study that establishes a new analytic framework for classifying different types of suburban housing markets. Specifically, the study takes a fresh look at defining urban and several different types of suburban areas based primarily on an areas housing characteristics. RCLCO’s report identifies suburban markets ranging from what it calls “Established High-End Suburbs” to those identified as Greenfield Value Suburbs and suggests some of the macro-trends driving future suburban housing demand.
The Columbus District Council of ULI has asked the ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing and RCLCO to perform this same analysis for the Central Ohio Region and has invited them to an event on May 16 present their findings.
Please join us Tuesday, May 16th for an in-depth presentation from the report’s authors which will include an overview of outcomes of this study and its new suburban classification model as applied to the communities of Central Ohio as well as a panel discussion that will consider the implications of this new information for our region’s communities.
Stockton Williams | Executive Director, Urban Land Institute Terwilliger Center for Housing
Rob Vogt | Partner, Vogt Strategic Insights
Adam Ducker | Managing Director, Director of Urban Real Estate, RCLCO
Kevin Zeppernick | Vice President of Operations & Land, M/I Homes
Kimberly Sharp | Deputy Director of Planning & Development, City of Westerville, Ohio