Registration is now underway for the Wilmington Housing Summit that will be held on Sept. 6. The city, in partnership with the Affordable Housing Coalition of Southeastern North Carolina, is hosting the summit, which will be held at the Terraces on Sir Tyler, located at 1826 Sir Tyler Dr.
The summit will spotlight the demographic shifts, changing market demands, rising energy costs, and new economic realities for families, government, and the development community. It will also include an interactive forum about the impact of these changes on future development and redevelopment of housing in Wilmington.
The summit will include nationally recognized speakers as well as panels of state and local experts in the areas of residential and commercial development, government, finance and business. Attendees will participate in round-table discussions about the future for housing and development in Wilmington.
Who should attend?
Local community leaders, realtors, developers/builders, architects/planners, non-profits, human resource professionals, real estate attorneys, lenders and interested citizens who are impacted by the complexities of the emerging housing market.
Registration is $25 per person, including lunch, and is limited to the first 250 people who sign up. Click here to register online.
Citizens who want more information can contact Community Services Director Steve Harrell at 910-341-5838.
Click here for more details and information about the featured speakers.