We want to thank you for joining us at the Affordable Infill Tour last weekend! The event was a success and we are truly thrilled to see so many people interested in affordable living opportunities within our city. Enjoy a few pictures of the event below:
The Affordable Infill Tour kicks off at the Fannie Mae Stewart Conservatory.
Affordability Panel. From left to right: Jake Wegmann, Claire Walpole, Tim Miles, Scott Turner, Mandy De Mayo.
Tour site: Robert Shaw Village, in the Blackland Neighborhood.
Tour Site. Affordable home managed by the Guadalupe Neighborhood Development Corporation.
Bike Austin created a route for those who wanted to bike the tour!
Tour site. Net-Zero Guadalupe Saldaña Subdivision. Property managed by the Guadalupe Neighborhood Development Corporation.
Tour site. Alley Flat designed by the Austin Community Design and Development Center (ACDDC).
Volunteer and tour-goer enjoying the site!
Reception at in.gredients. Conversation about missing middle and the land development code.
Greg Kiloh, from CNU, talking about missing middle and the land development code.
Audience participating in the conversation!
Greg Anderson, from Austin Habitat for Humanity, also shared a few words.
Council Member Pio Reteria, was also among those who enjoyed the tour and shared some important words during the reception at in.gredients.
Nicole Joslin, the Executive Director of the Austin Community Design and Development Center, also gave her perspective on the importance o missing middle and affordable housing throughout Austin.
Special thanks to our sponsors and partners, volunteers and ACCCD Board Members, we would have not been able to do this without you!
As always, contact us if you have any questions or want to give us feedback about the event.