Our diverse group of attendees, both from for-profit and non-profit sectors, encompasses a dynamic community of public housing administrators, community development officers, elected officials, state land officers, policy makers with private & non-profit developers, investors, lenders, tax-credit syndicators, legal and accounting professionals, and the AEC industry, among others. They all aim to network with industry counterparts, exchange insights, and cultivate partnerships in one unified setting.

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A Hub of Cross-Industry Collaboration

Attendees represent a diverse range of industries and backgrounds, offering a unique opportunity to forge connections.

Uniting Private and Public Perspectives to Enrich Networking and Insights

Our attendees are a blend of private and public sector professionals, with 65% hailing from private industry and 35% from the public sector. This equilibrium enriches the networking and educational experience, gaining insights from diverse viewpoints.

Connecting Sectors, Creating Synergies

The conference brings together a diverse assembly of sectors, enriching the event with a cross-pollination of ideas and the opportunity to forge meaningful connections across various industries.


  • Networking

    Cultivate relationships with the industry's most active development professionals.

  • Education

    Discover innovative solutions and creative approaches to project delivery.

  • Business Development

    Join a vibrant network dedicated to attainable, workforce and affordable housing.

  • Market Analysis

    Uncover trends and actionable solutions for achieving local project success.

  • Specific motivations driving these groups:

    Our educational and networking events encourage a broad spectrum of viewpoints, embracing input from owners, sponsors, developers, underwriters, project managers, and consultants. This diversity ensures a comprehensive grasp of current industry topics.

Local Housing Agencies / City Housing Departments

Local Housing Agencies: These entities operate at the municipal or county level and are responsible for managing and implementing housing programs tailored to the specific needs of their communities. They often collaborate with developers, nonprofits, and housing authorities to create mixed-income and affordable housing opportunities.

City Housing Departments: City-level agencies are tasked with overseeing housing policies, zoning regulations, and urban development strategies. They work to strike a balance between housing affordability and sustainable growth, often through the promotion of mixed-income housing projects.

State Housing Authorities

State-level agencies coordinate and administer housing programs across the entire state. They allocate resources, provide funding, and offer incentives to encourage the development of attainable and workforce housing projects.

Federal Housing Agencies

At the federal level, agencies like the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) are instrumental in shaping housing policies, providing financial assistance, and setting national standards for affordable and mixed-income housing. They offer vital funding opportunities and support to local and state agencies.


Universities seeking off-campus faculty and graduate student housing constitute a distinct category within the demographics of the conference. These educational institutions recognize the importance of providing affordable, convenient, and supportive housing options for their faculty members and graduate students who often require accommodation beyond traditional on-campus residences.

Private & Non-Profit Developers

Attendees who represent private & non-profit development organizations represent a vital segment of our audience. These groups are dedicated to the creation and management of mixed-income, affordable, attainable, and workforce housing. These developers play a pivotal role in addressing the housing challenges faced by communities across the nation.

Lenders, Tax Credit Syndicators, and Investors

Lenders, tax credit syndicators, and investors form a critical category of our total audience. Their expertise in financial risk assessment, lending, and investment is instrumental in bringing housing initiatives to fruition. They attend the conference to collaborate with developers, government agencies, and non-profit organizations to structure financing arrangements that support the creation of housing for various income levels. They contribute to the financial viability of projects, ensuring that they can move forward while meeting affordability criteria and budget constraints.

AEC Professionals

AEC (Architecture, Engineering, and Construction) professionals bring their expertise and creativity to the planning, design, and construction of housing projects and are looking to foster collaborations with the government agencies, housing developers, non-profit organizations, and community stakeholders in the audience.

Advisors and Consultants

Advisors and consultants attend to development partnerships with various stakeholders, including government agencies, architects, developers, and financiers. Their role is to provide expert guidance, streamline processes, and ensure that housing projects are well-informed, efficient, and in compliance with all relevant regulations.

They help shape housing policies, enhance project feasibility, and ensure that developments align with the broader goals of creating inclusive, sustainable, and affordable housing for communities of all income levels.