Check Out All the Summit has to offer
The Build Small Live Large Summit returns to Portland this November 7-8, 2019.
- Get inspired by the cutting edge bold policy changes, and smart legislation that cities across the country are using to create more inclusive neighborhoods. Plus, how to track the impact of new housing policies in our communities.
- Learn how the resurgence of co-housing, temporary and tiny home communities and creative infill development projects are helping communities to construct more affordable solutions.
- Discover the latest in adding value to your property. From recent ADU developments in cost and valuation, to expert advice on how to finance your ADU build, and universal plus ADA-accessible design for all.
- Hear keynote speaker Richard Rothstein, author of The Color of Law, talk about the history of housing and race… and a whole lot more!
Add on ADU Academy
ADU Academy, a one-day professional education event presented by Kol Peterson on Friday, Nov. 8, will offer cutting-edge ADU insights, accreditations, and certifications.The
ADU Academy will be held at Revolution Hall, a performing arts center housed in the former Washington High School building in Southeast Portland. The Academy is an event designed for industry practitioners: designers, builders, entrepreneurs, developers, realtors, real estate investors, lenders and appraisers, and advocates.
Also on Friday, Nov. 8 is A Tour of Portland’s Hidden Discriminatory Housing History.
Take a guided bus tour to see firsthand how the government housing laws and policies discussed in Richard Rothstein’s keynote address have played out across the City of Portland. The tour, presented by the Fair Housing Council of Oregon, will visit locations across Portland with historical experience of racial discrimination, displacement, and segregation.
Sign up now, as space is limited to 45 people maximum on the bus. Lunch will be provided, with a facilitated discussion to conclude the tour.