Learning from Success: Building Inclusive Communities in the Real World

Pittsburgh could adopt new housing policies to grow diverse, vibrant communities that capitalize on market growth while preserving and creating opportunity for people of modest means. The Building Inclusive Communities spent a thought provoking afternoon with Sasha Hauswald from Cornerstone Partnership to learn what successful cities are doing to build inclusive communities, best practices from around the country, and discuss the findings.

The following materials from the presentation include :

  • The benefits and choices within the suite of inclusive housing policies
  • How inclusive housing policies interact with the housing market
  • What questions communities need to ask when designing their policies

You can find links to the resources from the event below:

Inclusive Communities Training for Pittsburgh

Developing an Inclusionary Housing Program: Part I. Key Considerations for the Policy & Regulations

Cornerstone Partnership Powerpoint

Potential Dedicated Revenue Sources to Support Affordable Housing Production

Inclusive Communities Training Addendum

Teaser/Summary
Pittsburgh could adopt new housing policies to grow diverse, vibrant communities that capitalize on market growth while preserving and creating opportunity for people of modest means.