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Accessible, Affordable Micro-Housing: An Oxymoron?

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    Free and open to the public.

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    Knowledge Community



“Micro-housing” is one of the biggest trends in multi-family housing today, particularly in Boston where the first units have now opened in the Innovation District. At the same time, the City and the Commonwealth face a critical shortage of affordable, accessible housing. Join these great speakers for a discussion of if-and-how micro-housing can help address this critical need.

• Myra Berloff, Senior Access Planner at Kessler McGuinness & Associates and former Ex. Director of the Massachusetts Office on Disability
• Diane Georgopolous FAIA, Manager, Design and Construction Department, MassHousing
• James Gray, AIA, Principal, ADD Inc. (now Stantec)
• Tamara Roy, AIA, Principal, ADD Inc. (now Stantec)/incoming President of the BSA

The BSA encourages participation by advocates, designers, and developers to enrich this discussion. Please invite your colleagues! Lunch will be provided, but please RSVP in advance.

For those who qualify, 1.5 LUs/HSW are available