CEDAC to Discuss Massachusetts Affordable Housing Preservation Law and 10 Years of Chapter 40T at Virtual Forum
National and regional experts to look at the opportunities and challenges ahead for affordable housing preservation
Who: Priya Jayachandran, Chief Executive Officer, National Housing Trust (Keynote Speaker)
Roberta Rubin, Chief Counsel, Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD)
Roger Herzog, Executive Director, Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation (CEDAC)
Bill Brauner, Director of Housing Preservation & Policy, Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation (CEDAC)
Rachel Heller, Chief Executive Officer, Citizens’ Housing and Planning Association (CHAPA)
Suneeth John, Director of Real Estate, Fenway Community Development Corporation
When: Wednesday, December 9th
10:00 am to 11:30 am
Where: This is a virtual webinar, please click here to register for link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_j5g0yH2wR-G0Ks-uU5lhHg
What: The Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation (CEDAC) is sponsoring this webinar to discuss affordable housing preservation in Massachusetts. The forum will look at the success that Massachusetts has achieved in preserving affordable housing stock since the passage and implementation of the Chapter 40T law in 2009.
Priya Jayachandran, the Chief Executive Officer of National Housing Trust, will be offering keynote remarks, and will look at the opportunities and challenges ahead for affordable housing preservation at the national level.
CEDAC will also be releasing a study assessing the Chapter 40T law. Bill Brauner, CEDAC’s Director of Housing Preservation & Policy and the report’s author, will offer findings from his analysis. Chapter 40T has had a crucial role in the preservation of almost 10,000 affordable housing units in its first 10 years of operation.
CEDAC is a Massachusetts community development finance institution that provides predevelopment and acquisition lending along with technical expertise for community-based and other non-profit organizations engaged in effective community development in Massachusetts. CEDAC’s work supports two key building blocks of community development: affordable housing and early care and education. CEDAC is also active in state and national housing preservation policy research and development and is widely recognized as a leader in the non-profit community development industry. For additional information on CEDAC and its current projects, please visit www.cedac.org.