By Fred Stabbert III
Town of Delaware Supervisor Ed Sykes sat back in his seat last Wednesday night, looking his...
Hudson Valley Pattern For Progress is bringing together national and local housing experts at a Sept. 14 forum to outline how to increase and improve housing in the valley’s urban areas — an important component in helping revitalize communities and a goal of Pattern’s Urban Action Agenda. (VIEW PROGRAM OVERVIEW HERE)
“Housing in Urban Centers: What It All Means,” will be held at Anthony’s Pier 9 in New Windsor from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. It is presented by Pattern’s Center For Housing Solutions and Urban Initiatives. Since 2012, the center has assisted housing agencies, developers, builders, lending institutions, real estate agents, municipalities and advocates for affordable housing with strategies, collaboration and insights into demographics and smart-growth and market trends.
“This forum will provide valuable, broad-based insights that will equip attendees with action-driven, cutting-edge solutions from speakers who dedicate their careers to solving this critical issue,” said Pattern For Progress Senior Vice President Joseph Czajka. “We’re sure our guest speakers’ perspectives ultimately can advance the path to vibrant communities that attract and retain residents and businesses.”
Hudson Valley Pattern For Progress is policy, planning, advocacy and research nonprofit that has promoted regional, balanced and sustainable solutions for the Hudson River Valley since 1965.
To read Pattern for Progress’s full press announcement, CLICK HERE.