PACDC Calendar

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Contemporary Living in a Historic Environment: Challenges and Opportunities Facing Housing in Philadelphia

Please plan to join the Housing Committee as we, along with the AIA's Historic Preservation Committee, host our Third Annual Housing Event, "Contemporary Living in a Historic Environment: Challenges and Opportunities Facing Housing in Philadelphia." This forum will investigate the challenges and opportunities of rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of historic properties to residential use. Paul Steinke, Executive Director of the Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia, will moderate our discussion. Joining Paul will be: - David Waxman, Developer, MMPartners, LLC; - Robert Thomas, Architect, Campbell Thomas & Co.; - Brad Copeland, Executive Director, Mt. Airy USA Topics to be covered include: - Rehabilitation of Abandoned Structures - Steps to Transformation - Historic Tax Credits & Facade Easements - Aging Envelopes - Vision for the Futgure The event will be followed by a reception and continued discussion. AIA members will receive 1.5 AIA CES LUs (HSW) Continuing Education Credits. 5:30 pm - 6:00 pm Registration & Light Refreshments 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm Presentations & Panel Discussion 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm Reception
Event Cost:
-$5 Students -$10 Members -$15 Non-Members
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Wednesday, December 13, 2017 at 06:00 AM
Pipeline Philly in Philadelphia, PA

City Lobby: Race + Public Space

The first of a series of conversations on race and public space. Philadelphia has invested significantly in improving its public spaces for all citizens to enjoy. The benefits of a vibrant public realm and civic commons are clear—we need spaces to come together, get fresh air, repose alone, protest, and play. But are these spaces, in practice, accessible to everyone? Who are they designed by and for? Join us for the beginning of a conversation about race and public space. - Tya Winn, Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia - Majeedah Rashid, Nicetown CDC - Danae Mobley, Retra Studio - Ian Smith, Ian Smith Design Group LLC Free & open to the public. All welcome. Hosted by Urban Consulate, PlanPhilly, PhilaNOMA, Community Design Collaborative & PACDC Thanks to support from Knight Foundation Register Here
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Tuesday, March 27, 2018 at 07:30 AM
Loews Philadelphia Hotel in Philadelphia, PA

Breaking Ground 2018

Transforming a Region Together: An Implementation Workshop for Local Governments and Regional Partners WHO SHOULD ATTEND? This conference is appropriate for local government staff and officials, planning practitioners, community and economic development professionals, civil engineers, architects, and other professionals. Online registration is open until March 21 at noon. Take advantage of early bird rates through February 22! All attendees will receive breakfast, lunch, conference materials, and a copy of Brian Elms' book, Peak Performance.  A limited number of scholarships are available. Certified planners may be able to receive up to 4.75 CM credits. Questions? Karen P. Cilurso at kpcilurso@dvrpc.org or 215-238-2876 Full agenda available here. Register Here
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Monday, April 09, 2018 at 08:00 AM through April 11, 2018
Washington Hilton Hotel in Washington, DC

Creating A Just Economy: 2018 NCRC National Conference

NCRC’s Annual Conference is one of the nation’s largest gatherings of community nonprofits, policymakers, government officials, small businesses, banks, and academia, all coming together to create a just economy. The conference features:
  • A wide range of sessions on community organizing and advocacy, housing, access to capital and credit, workforce and community development, fair lending, and business development
  • The foremost experts and advocates sharing new developments, best practices, and innovative ideas for community reinvestment
  • Keynote addresses from prominent officials and leaders
  • NCRC’s Hill Day
  • The 2018 NCRC National Achievement Awards Dinner
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