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May 12, 2020
One likely outcome of COVID-19 is a post-pandemic acceleration of existing trends — the rapid movement from the impossible to the inevitable in a variety of fields. One trend that seems poised to accelerate is the decline of ownership—not just of big ticket items like housing and vehicles, but of everything down to the clothes on our backs. A shift to rental and subscription models will alter the economy significantly, including in the public realm and the built environment. U.S. tax policy continues to favor home ownership, but shifting attitudes toward ownership will require new settlement patterns and new policies to support them. What will be the impact on housing, policy, neighborhood and urban design?
Join us Tuesday, May 12th for the seventh webinar in our series, On the Park Bench. We’ll be joined by Todd Zimmerman, Director Emeritus of Zimmerman/Volk Associates; Tara Gupta, founder of Map-Collective.com and Anamakos; Jerry Reimer of Urban Village Development; and Louis Nequette, Principal and Founder of Nequette Architecture & Design.
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All live On the Park Bench webinars qualify for one CEU credit from AICP (click here for more on tracking and reporting). Additionally, CNU-A members can earn one CEU credit for all live and recorded On the Park Bench webinars (click here for more information on tracking and reporting).