ULI Austin August Breakfast: Policy Affecting Affordability


2019-08-21T07:30:00 - 2019-08-21T09:00:00

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    The Headliners Club 221 W 6th St 21st fl Austin, TX 78701 UNITED STATES
    This breakfast is SOLD OUT.  To be added to the wait list, email [email protected].
    Austin home prices are at record highs, as are labor and material costs; but how much does it cost to follow the rules? At the August breakfast, local home builders and city staff will have a candid conversation about the expenses local construction projects incur in compliance with City of Austin building ordinances. We will also discuss what city policies affect affordability and look at possible impacts of new and proposed initiatives.
    • NON-MEMBERS- Registration open to members until August 9, 2019. Registration opens to non-members on August 10.
    • REGISTERING MULTIPLE PEOPLE - If you are registering multiple people, call ULI Customer Service at 800-321-5011 
    • CANCELLATIONS/REFUNDS - Refunds must be submitted in writing, two business days prior to the event. (Refund deadline: August 19)
    • ANNUAL SPONSORS - Contact [email protected] to take advantage of your free passes.
    • OTHER QUESTIONS - If you have other questions about registering for this event, confirmation of my registration, or canceling my registration, who should you contact?  Please contact ULI Customer Service at 800.321.5011 or [email protected]



    Megan Shannon

    Project Principal, Momark Development

    As a Project Principal with Momark Development, Megan Shannon is focused on housing, mixed-use, and land development in Austin and Central Texas. Since joining Momark in 2014, Megan has entitled over 1,000 housing units, planned another 2,500 residential units, created a municipal utility district at the Texas legislature, provided owner representation services in the disposition of nearly 500 acres of land, and negotiated complex development agreements with municipalities. Megan’s recent and significant development projects include managing the $100MM+ redevelopment of the RBJ Center into the Hatchery, a mixed-income and mixed-age community in Central East Austin, and Plum Creek in Kyle, TX, an 800+ acre mixed-use master planned community with an ultimate build-out of over $800MM.


    Cody Carr

    Developer, Carr Residential

    Cody is responsible for managing the acquisition, financing, and development at Carr Residential, LLC. Prior to founding Carr Residential, Cody worked at a family office on the acquisitions team, where he was involved in the purchase 250MM of mixed-use developments, commercial and self-storage assets. Cody sits on the board of the Austin Infill Coalition, is a proud member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and Real Estate Council of Austin (RECA).


    Sarah Andre

    President, Structure Development

    Sarah has 25 years experience in the Affordable Housing field. Specializing in Affordable Housing Finance, deal structuring and project management. She consults on both multi-family and single-family residential development projects throughout Texas. She is experienced in the use of public subsidies for affordable housing, including Section 202, Low Income Housing Tax Credits, Historic Tax Credits, HOME and CDBG funds.

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