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Community Development: The Public-Private Partnership


​Thursdays, January 15 & 29, February 12 & 26, and March 19, 2015
Registration deadline: January 9th

5:30 - 8:30 p.m., each day

15 CEUs

Ian McCormack, JD
Manager, Project Finance
McCormack Baron Salazar

This course will address the fundamentals of bringing a mixed income housing deal from conception to completion - including acquisition, conceptualization, funding, and construction. Mixed-income housing development not only provides a community with stable, affordable housing options but often also serves as a catalyst for further community development.
We will discuss tactics for attracting increasingly scarce funding and study the role of mixed-income housing development in spurring further social and physical development within a particular community. the typical roles of the various public and private stakeholders, and the reasons for their involvement.Learn the fundamentals of forging long-term partnerships between public and private stakeholders,