Is the answer to our housing crisis…more housing?
Monday, March 4
Fitler Club Ballroom, 1 South 24th Street
Happy Hour, 5-6pm | Program, 6-7:30pm
Join us for another installment of The Citizen’s Real Estate Development… for Good, powered by Drexel University’s Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation and Fitler Club, on—literally—building a better, more inclusive, and prosperous Philadelphia.
Mo Rushdy, of Riverwards Group and chair of the Philadelphia Accelerator Fund, which plans to finance 6,000 affordable homes in the next few years; Leslie Smallwood-Lewis, of Mosaic Development Partners, which is building both middle income and tiny home communities in neighborhoods of color. Moderated by Diana Lind, Communications & Publications Director, Penn Institute for Urban Research.
Mosaic Development Partners
Penn Institute for Urban Research
$5 entry. Free to Philadelphia Citizen and Fitler Club members. Members, please fill out the form below and click Apply Coupon on the subtotal screen for your discount. For questions, please contact [email protected].
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In its third year, The Philadelphia Citizen’s Development … For Good is a year-long speaker series that smartly delves into the economic and cultural difference that enlightened and intentional real estate development can make in our city. For decades, real-estate developers have had an outsized effect on the trajectory of growth in Philadelphia. And now a new generation of visionaries, deal-makers and builders are following suit, driven by the merging of social impact and bottom-line imperatives.