Options for new affordable housing in Parkdale
March 14, 2018
Please join us for a Panel Discussion on the options for creating new affordable housing in Parkdale.
Toronto is experiencing a housing affordability crisis. Rents are skyrocketing, pricing low and middle-income people out of their communities, while homeownership is increasingly unattainable for the majority of Torontonians.
In Parkdale and beyond residents have demanded "affordable housing now!" This begs the question what options do we have for creating more affordable housing in Parkdale?
Panellists will provide an introduction to the opportunities and challenges of some of these options including: Cooperative Housing, Affordable Home Ownership, inclusionary zoning, non-profit rental housing and Community Land Trusts.
We will also discuss possible solutions.
Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Venue: May Robinson Auditorium
Location: 20 W Lodge Ave. Toronto, ON
Categories: Urban Issues, Transit, Housing, Public Space
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