In 2007, CPHA and a coalition of like-minded organizations successfully advocated for passage of an inclusionary housing ordinance. Inclusionary housing is the practice of mandating or providing incentives for affordable housing to be built in new market rate housing developments. The goal is to create economically integrated communities and construct affordable housing that would not otherwise be built.
However, very few units have been created under Baltimore City’s law. Join CPHA for the second of our 75th Anniversary Forums to hear from our panel of experts on how the city’s inclusionary housing law works and how it can be improved.
Our forum will occur immediately after Baltimore Data Day.
The date, place, and time is as follows:
Friday, July 22
William H Fummel Sr. Business Center at the University of Baltimore
11 W Mt Royal Ave
Baltimore, MD 21201
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