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House Divided

How the Missing Middle can Solve Toronto's Housing Crisis

17 June 2019



Time: 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM  EDT | Monday, June 17, 2019

Location: Isabel Bader Theatre, 93 Charles Street West

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DESCRIPTION

ULI Toronto invites you to the launch of House Divided, published by Coach House Books. As Toronto faces a housing crisis, how should planners and the development industry rethink the way the city is growing? This anthology looks at the single-family "Yellowbelt" and suggests how the missing middle could help create a more affordable and inclusive Toronto. The event will feature a presentation by co-editor John Lorinc, and a panel discussion including co-editors Alex Bozikovic, Cheryll Case and Annabel Vaughan. Copies of House Divided will be available for purchase.

OVERVIEW

John Lorinc, Author & Journalist

INTRODUCTION

Cheryll Case, Principal, CP Planning

PANEL

Moderator: Annabel Vaughan, Project Manager, ERA Architects

Cherise Burda, Executive Director, Ryerson City Building Institute

Alex Bozikovic, Architecture Critic, The Globe and Mail

Geoff Kettel, Co-Chair, Federation of North Toronto Residents' Associations

Leona Savoie, Senior Vice President Development, Hullmark Developments