Tonic or Toxic? Reimagining Home Owner Associations, Architectural Codes and Community Building
Co-Presented by Doris S. Goldstein, Attorney at Law and Dan Slone, Partner, McGuireWoods
September 24, 2013
9:30 a.m., Registration
10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Program (Lunch included)
The Omni Richmond Hotel, 100 South 12th Street, Richmond, Virginia 23219
Or online via webinar simulcast
Several years ago, attorney Doris Goldstein and McGuireWoods LLP partner Dan Slone convened in Richmond, Va., to discuss the relationship of homeowner associations to the community. This discussion influenced the way dozens of “new urban” communities constructed their associations. Andres Duany, a leader of the New Urbanism movement, called the seminar the “best he had ever attended.”
It’s time to convene again. Dan and Doris will lead an exploration of best practices over the years and how we should approach HOAs in the future.
• Robert Davis
• Andres Duany
• Lizz Plater-Zyberk
• Dhiru Thadani
• Can we ditch the HOA?
• Avoiding war between developers and HOA’s
• How architectural codes and design review should evolve as a community matures
• Creating happier places
Who Should Attend
Anyone involved in creating and maintaining new or redeveloped communities, including developers, in-house counsel, community advisors, big thinkers and local officials assessing community building tools.
Limited seating for in-person event; advance reservation required. The cost for the in-person program is $100. The webinar cost is $50 and webinar registrants may tune in at their convenience. Each session will be one hour and 45 minutes . Please register by Sept. 20.