Home & Hope: Pairing Housing & Early Childhood Education Facilities - Case Studies from Boston and Seattle

2019
|   By
Carrie Niemy ,
Enterprise Community Partners, Inc.
James Madden ,
Enterprise Community Partners, Inc.
Description

Building early learning centers and affordable housing together can bring benefits to both. Emerging work across the country is seeking to make these co-developments easier and higher quality. 

This webinar builds on Enterprise’s 2018 Home & Hope report to shed light on not just the benefits of undertaking this form of mixed-use development, but also important considerations. Hear from a panel of leading practitioners in early childhood education, architecture, and community development finance on the roles and responsibilities to deliver projects that maximize impact.

The event panelists were: 

Miguel Maestas: Housing & Economic Development Director, El Centro de la Raza 
                       El Centro is a successful daycare provider and developer, Seattle 
Sally Knodell: Architect & Early Childhood Practice Lead, Environmental Works Community Design Center, Seattle 
Theresa Jordan: Director of Children's Facilities Finance, Children’s Investment Fund, Boston 

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