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Panel #3: Achieving Missing Middle Housing: Development and Zoning Considerations

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Panel #3: Achieving Missing Middle Housing: Development and Zoning Considerations

  1. 1. Expanding Housing Choices Missing Middle David C. Levy November 14, 2019
  2. 2. Make it Available Zoning Parking Permitted v. Conditional Use
  3. 3. Make it Known Regulatory Community Development Community Financial Community Community at Large
  4. 4. Questions? David C. Levy, Esq. Baird Holm LLP, Omaha, Nebraska Phone: 402-636-8310 (O) / 402-213-9063 (C) Website: www.bairdholm.com E-mail: dlevy@bairdholm.com
  5. 5. • How can housing become less of a commodity and more an asset that supports individual and family needs • Housing design driven by specific communities and community participation (multi-generational or extended families, entrepreneurial individuals, creative communities) • Creating sense of ownership within either rental or ownership model - scale and individuality are important • Housing that relates to the scale and context of a neighborhood • Asking for more innovation in housing design not from a stylistic perspective, but on a more fundamental level of use and the relationship of housing to site and public space
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  7. 7. repeat of foam models

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