As Miami continues to grow, the increasingly high prices of both housing and transportation have led us to be called the “least affordable region in America.” Although Miami has great diversity, an attractive year-round climate, and burgeoning cultural and arts scenes, lack of affordability, and walkable, loveable places has tended to dampen the growth of our tech and entrepreneurial sectors, and greatly reduce opportunities for all residents.
Join us, as Ismael Guerrero, Director of the Denver Housing Authority, leads a conversation about how Denver has been able to successfully link Transportation and Housing programs to create vibrant and affordable communities.
Keynote Speaker: Ismael Guerrero
Alice Bravo, Miami-Dade County Department of Transportation
Terry Murphy, Office of County Chairman Jean Monestime
Mandy Bartle, South Florida Community Land Trust
Fernando Arencibia, Arencibia Properties
Moderator: Wilson Sayre, NPR