News & Notices


Tuesday November 15, 2022

2022 NH Housing & Economy Conference – 11/15/22

November 15, 2022 | 8:00 am - 11:00am

Venue : DoubleTree by Hilton Manchester Downtown

Our 2022 Housing & Economy Conference will be in person on November 15th, from 8 AM - 12:30 PM at the DoubleTree Manchester Downtown. Details coming soon.

Thursday October 13, 2022

2022 Forum on Workforce Housing – 10/13/22

October 13, 2022 | 11:30 am - 1:30pm

Venue : Manchester Country Club 180 South River Road, Bedford, NH, 03110, United States

Join the BIA for an in-depth panel discussion on the housing crisis here in the Granite State. The scarcity of affordable housing for working people continues to hamper the ability of employers around the state to hire and retain much-needed new talent. An expert panel will discuss what’s been done, what initiatives are currently underway, and what new programs and resources should be considered next legislative session to increase housing stock in New Hampshire. Panelists include: Taylor Caswell, Commissioner, New Hampshire Department of Business & Economic Affairs Bill Weidacher, Realtor, NH Association of Realtors Tara Reardon, VP of ROC-NH & External Relations, Community Loan Fund REGISTRATION The cost to attend the luncheon is $40 for BIA and BIA Capitol Connect members, and members of partnering organizations, regional housing coalitions, and all members of local or regional young professional organizations. $55 for non-members.


Thursday September 29, 2022

Plan NH Fall Conference – 9/29/2022

September 29, 2022 | 8:00 am - 4:00pm

Venue : The Hotel Concord

Save the date: The Plan NH Fall Conference is returning on September 29. Join Plan NH as they explore the role of commercial and retail (re)development in community revitalization and vibrancy for local communities. Featuring keynote speaker David Dixon of Stantec, an internationally recognized design and consulting firm based in Boston, MA.

Thursday September 15, 2022

Exeter Community Walking Tour – 9/15/2022

September 15, 2022 | 4:00 pm - 6:00pm

Venue : Exeter Town Hall 10 Front St Exeter, NH

Join the Exeter Housing Advisory Committee, New Hampshire Planners Association, Rockingham Planning Commission, and the Workforce Housing Coalition of the Greater Seacoast for a walking tour of diverse housing options in downtown Exeter. The 1.5 mile guided tour will feature discussion from housing experts and local data from municipal officials. Attendees will explore everything from multi-family developments to a cluster of single family homes -- all right downtown. After the tour, attendees are invited to continue the discussion at an informal happy hour hosted by the Workforce Housing Coalition of the Greater Seacoast at the Seadog Brewing Company just steps away from the Town Hall.


Wednesday September 14, 2022

Making The Math Work: Building Ruth Lewin Griffin Place – 9/14/2022

September 14, 2022 | 4:00 pm - 6:00pm

Venue : Ruth Lewin Griffin building 160 Court Street Portsmouth, NH

Making The Math Work: Building Ruth Lewin Griffin Place The Greater Seacoast region desperately needs more workforce housing, but financing and other barriers create roadblocks throughout the process. Learn how the Portsmouth Housing Authority tackled this daunting challenge through perseverance, innovative tax credits available to all developers, and community financing. Join the Workforce Housing Coalition of the Greater Seacoast and the Portsmouth Housing Authority for a discussion, Q & A, and tour. Following the event, attendees are invited to an informal happy hour at Cup of Joe to continue the discussion with colleagues.


Tuesday August 16, 2022

InvestNH Municipal Planning & Zoning Grants Application Webinar- 8/16/22

August 16, 2022 | 12:00 pm - 1:00pm

Venue : Webinar

As part of Governor Sununu’s $100 million InvestNH initiative, $5 million has been allocated to provide grants to municipalities to analyze and update their land use regulations to help increase housing development opportunities.  The NH Department of Business and Economic Affairs has contracted with New Hampshire Housing to administer this program. Two types of grants are available: Community Housing Navigator Grants and Housing Opportunity Planning (HOP) Grants. A municipality may be awarded both types of grants. Cities and towns will use these grants to study zoning or other regulatory causes of a lack of affordable housing, identify potential changes to local land use regulations, and/or establish or update those regulations in response to those findings. Community engagement will be an important part of municipal work under these grants. New Hampshire Housing will host a free webinar to discuss the grants and the application process on Tuesday, August 16th from 12 pm until 1 pm. This webinar will be recorded. Visit for additional details. Panelists include: Ben Frost, Deputy Executive Director and Chief Legal Officer Molly Donovan, Community Economic Development State Specialist, UNH Cooperative Extension Tiffany Tononi McNamara, Executive Director, Plan NH


Wednesday July 27, 2022

InvestNH – Review of Municipal Grant Programs Webinar – 7/27/2022

July 27, 2022 | 12:00 pm - 1:00pm

Venue :Virtual

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InvestNH makes $100 million ($60 million for Capital Grant Program and $40 million for Municipal Grants) available to accelerate the approval and construction of affordable workforce housing in New Hampshire.  It is a new, one-time flexible resource to benefit small and large projects across the state plus the municipalities in which they will be located. The New Hampshire Department of Business and Economic Affairs will administer the program. This Teams Meeting will offer an overview of three InvestNH Municipal Grant Programs: - The Municipal Per Unit Grant - The Municipal Demolition Grant - The Municipal Planning and Zoning Grant InvestNH is funded through the Governor’s Office for Emergency Relief and Recovery using the state’s allocation of Fiscal Recovery Funds. The funds are for multifamily rental housing that is affordable to individuals and families at or below 80% of area median income (AMI).  Other municipal programs under InvestNH will provide grants to communities that approve these projects, grants to update or review zoning, and dilapidated building demolition grants.   This Teams Meeting is open to NHMA members and is of interest to all municipal officials and employees.


The Story of Bristol Reborn: It Started with a Charrette – 7/27/2022

July 27, 2022 | 3:45 pm - 6:00pm

Venue : Bristol Town Offices

Join Plan NH on July 27, for The Story of Bristol Reborn: It Started with a Charrette. Attendees will tour downtown Bristol and learn about their revitalization journey which began with a Plan NH community design charrette almost fifteen years ago. Former Town Administrator, Nik Coates, will lead a walking tour of downtown Bristol as guests learn how the community went from empty storefronts and a downtown in disrepair to a destination where people want to stay, work, and play.

Thursday June 16, 2022

EngAGEing Communities in Planning for All: An Update on Age-Friendly Work Across the State – 6/16/2022

June 16, 2022 | 11:00 am - 12:00pm

Venue :Virtual

Planning Lunches at Noon Monthly Webinar Series: EngAGEing Communities in Planning for All: An Update on Age-Friendly Work Across the State The next webinar in the NH Office of Planning and Development (OPD) Planning Lunches at Noon (PLAN) Monthly Webinar Series is Thursday June 16, 2022, from 12 to 1:00pm. The webinar will be hosted by OPD Principal Planner, Stephanie. N Verdile with presentations by Ashley Davis, Associate State Director of Outreach and Advocacy of AARP NH; Scott Bogle, Senior Transportation Planner Rockingham Planning Commission; Shayna Sylvia, Communications and Outreach Planner Strafford Regional Planning Commission; Terry Johnson, Senior Project Manager Southwest Regional Planning Commission; and Sylvia von Aulock, Executive Director Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission. The panel will be talking about Age-Friendly projects happening across NH, including details on initiatives across the state and information about how to become an age friendly community, as well as an opportunity for questions and answers. Registration for this webinar is open. Register by filling out this webinar registration form.


Exploring Housing Options: Resident-Owned Manufactured Home Communities – 6/16/2022

June 16, 2022 | 4:00 pm - 6:00pm

Venue :Virtual

Join the NH Community Loan Fund and Workforce Housing Coalition on a bus tour of Resident-Owned Communities (ROC) in the Seacoast.

New Hampshire is facing a shortage of housing attainable to our workforce. This is a unique opportunity to explore one of New Hampshire’s greatest success stories: resident-owned manufactured home communities. There will be multiple stops at resident owned communities, guests will hear from residents, and learn from experts in the field as attendees learn more about this unique housing option. After the bus tour, attendees are welcome to gather for a happy hour to continue informal discussion and dialogue.

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Tuesday June 14, 2022

Southwest Region Planning Commission’s Annual Meeting – 6/14/2022

June 14, 2022 | 5:30 pm - 6:30pm

Venue : Stone Arch Senior Facility 835 Court Street Keene, NH 03431

Presentation Topic: Addressing the Housing Challenge

Join the Southwest Region Planning Commission on June 14 to learn about the on-going update to the Housing Needs Assessment for Southwest New Hampshire. SWRPC staff will share data and results of outreach activities that have been collected to-date from stakeholders in the region. An opportunity will be provided to have your voice heard.
Featured Presenter: Rob Dapice, Executive Director/CEO, New Hampshire Housing
Rob Dapice joined New Hampshire Housing in 2014 and served in various roles in the Management and Development Division until 2021. Before that, he was a project manager for North Branch Construction and a captain in the U.S. Army serving in Iraq.
Rob serves on the Board of Directors of the Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire, Waypoint Board of Trustees, New Hampshire Children’s Lobby, and his town’s Planning Board. A resident of Contoocook, he earned a bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College, and a master of business administration degree from the University of New Hampshire. He is a graduate of the Leadership New Hampshire Class of 2017 and the U.S. Army Ranger School.
Please register via email at, or by calling 603-357-0557.


Thursday June 09, 2022

Build Maine ’22 – 6/6/2022

June 09, 2022 | Not Available

Venue : Skowhegan, ME

The 9th annual Build Maine Conference will offer dynamic, nationally known speakers at its  June 9th event in Skowhegan. CE credits will be available for a variety of professions. Build Maine brings together all people participating in the act of building our cities. The builders, funders, elected officials, engineers, lawyers, planners, finance institutions, and rule-makers converge throughout the year to share best practices and aspirations for moving Maine forward within the political and economic climates of today. Build Maine introduces cutting edge business practices and focused conversations with leaders in transportation planning, real estate development, and public service, demonstrating a breadth of knowledge we can apply locally. Build Maine is hosted by the New England Chapter of the Congress for the New Urbanism, Maine (CNU Maine) with the Maine Municipal Association, and the Maine Real Estate & Development Association.

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Leveraging COVID-19 Relief Funds to Support an Equitable and Inclusive Recovery – 6/9/2022

June 09, 2022 | 11:00 am - 12:00pm

Venue :Virtual

New Hampshire has a unique and unprecedented opportunity to invest in both a robust economic recovery and in the long-term health and economic outcomes of all Granite Staters. The State’s flexible COVID-19 recovery funds, granted through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), can be used to provide direct aid to residents as well as to support state, county, and municipal government services. Join the New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute on June 9 at 11 AM as they explore the potential opportunities the State has to deploy these flexible federal funds to support New Hampshire’s workforce, residents, and economy through three key policy areas: housing, caregiving, and education. This virtual event will feature a brief NHFPI presentation and a moderated panel discussion, followed by an audience question-and-answer session.

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Tuesday June 07, 2022

Policy Roundtable – Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce – 6/7/2022

June 07, 2022 | 9:30 am - 10:30am

Venue : Intervale, NH

  The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce and the BIA are hosting a business roundtable discussion designed to give the business community a voice in establishing a proactive legislative and regulatory agenda for the 2023 legislative session at the NH State House. This roundtable is open to the general public, members of chambers of commerce, and the BIA. Agenda for Meeting: I. Welcome II. Purpose III. Review of 2022 Legislative Session IV. Top Challenges Facing Businesses V. Prioritization VI. Action Steps VII. Conclusion & Adjourn Orr & Reno 45 South Main Street Concord, NH, 03301  


Thursday June 02, 2022

Mount Washington Valley Housing Coalition’s Housing Solutions Tour – 6/2/2022

June 02, 2022 | Not Available

Venue : West Osipee, NH

We know there is a housing problem in the MWV, so how do we solve it? The MWVHC is hosting a Housing Solutions Tour, Tuesday, May 31, Wed., June 1, and Thursday, June 2. These events will be geared towards real housing solutions we can work towards and implement as a community.

Want to be part of a solution? Come join us! Thursday, June 2, Hobb's Tavern, West Ossipee

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Housing Breakfast – 6/2/2022

June 02, 2022 | 7:30 am - 9:00am

Venue : Hilton Garden Inn 35 Labombard Rd. Lebanon, NH

On June 2, housing leaders representing employers, developers, and advocacy groups will gather to share their perspectives and discuss ongoing and proposed measures to address the issue. The event is the Housing Breakfast, Thursday, June 2, 7:30 to 9 am, at the Hilton Garden Inn, Lebanon, hosted by Vital Communities and Twin Pines Housing. The event is free and open to the public, and can also be attended virtually through a livestream by CATV. Registration is required and available at

Wednesday June 01, 2022

Mount Washington Valley Housing Coalition’s Housing Solutions Tour – 6/1/2022

June 01, 2022 | Not Available

Venue : Conway, NH

We know there is a housing problem in the MWV, so how do we solve it? The MWVHC is hosting a Housing Solutions Tour, Tuesday, May 31, Wed., June 1, and Thursday, June 2. These events will be geared towards real housing solutions we can work towards and implement as a community.

Want to be part of a solution? Come join us! Wednesday, June 1, Tuckerman Brewery, Conway, NH

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Tuesday May 31, 2022

Mount Washington Valley Housing Coalition’s Housing Solutions Tour – 5/31/2022

May 31, 2022 | Not Available

Venue : Intervale, NH

We know there is a housing problem in the MWV, so how do we solve it? The MWVHC is hosting a Housing Solutions Tour, Tuesday, May 31, Wed., June 1, and Thursday, June 2. These events will be geared towards real housing solutions we can work towards and implement as a community.

Want to be part of a solution? Come join us! Tuesday, May 31, Ledge Brewing, Intervale, NH

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Thursday May 26, 2022

Advancing Racial Equity in Our Communities: Fair Housing and Land Use – 5/26/2022

May 26, 2022 | 12:00 pm - 1:00pm

Venue :Virtual

Join the Urban Institute for a conversation about how land-use policy plays an important role in influencing access to opportunity for people of color throughout the United States. Urban researchers have long demonstrated that Black people, Indigenous people, and other people of color face systematically inequitable access to affordable housing in communities with many jobs and effective, well-funded public services. In this virtual event, we will explore how local land-use policies—particularly in the form of exclusionary zoning—inhibit millions of Black and Brown Americans’ abilities to secure stable, affordable housing and leverage housing mobility options. We will discuss what solutions could help largely Black and Brown communities thrive economically and sustainably in the context of decentralized governance, NIMBYism, racism, and inadequate public resources.

Register For This Virtual Event

Wednesday May 25, 2022

Current Issues in the U.S. Housing Market – 5/25/2022

May 25, 2022 | 10:15 am - 11:00am

Venue :Virtual

Join the Center for Ethics for a special webinar presentation with Paul Willen, senior economist and policy advisor in the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department. He will discuss current issues in the housing market, both across the country and in New Hampshire. Why are house prices going up so much? Is there a shortage of housing in the United States? What effect are higher rates having or going to have on the housing market?

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Monday May 09, 2022

Calling Our Region Home (virtual event) – 5/9/2022

May 09, 2022 | 7:00 pm

Venue : Zoom

Join the Greater Hudson Chamber of Commerce, Regional Economic Development Center, and Workforce Housing Coalition of the Greater Seacoast for a film screening, panel discussion, and audience Q & A. The evening will feature individual screenings of the film Communities and Consequences ll: Rebalancing New Hampshire's Human Ecology from 6-7pm. You may watch the film at At 7pm, join the zoom webinar for a panel discussion with local stakeholders.
The panel will be moderated by Antonio Serna, and include:
  • Brian Groth, Hudson Town Planner
  • Mark Pilotte, Vice President of Development at Dakota Partners
  • Jay Childs, Filmmaker
  • And more!
Register at:

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Saturday May 07, 2022

Spring 2022 Planning and Zoning Conference – 5/7/2022

May 07, 2022 | 9:00 am - 12:00pm

Venue :Virtual

When: Saturdays, April 30 and May 7, 2022, from 9 am to 12 pm Where: Online (each session will be recorded and available after the conference) Cost: Free Registration Opens: March 28, 2022

Saturday, May 7, 2022 - Tentative Agenda

Welcome and Introductions - 9:00 AM – 9:10 AM)

Planning Board Track

  • Session 1 - TBD (9:10 AM - 10:30 AM)
  • Session 2 - TBD (10:40 AM - 12 PM)

Zoning Board of Adjustment Track

  • Session 1 - TBD (9:10 AM - 10:30 AM)
  • Session 2 - TBD (10:40 AM - 12 PM)

Housing Track

  • Session 1 - TBD (9:10 AM - 10:30 AM)
  • Session 2 - TBD (10:40 AM - 12 PM)

Agenda & Registration

Saturday April 30, 2022

Spring 2022 Planning and Zoning Conference – 4/30/2022

April 30, 2022 | 9:00 am - 12:00pm

Venue :Virtual

When: Saturdays, April 30 and May 7, 2022, from 9 am to 12 pm Where: Online (each session will be recorded and available after the conference) Cost: Free Registration Opens: March 28, 2022
Welcome to the Board – An Introduction to Land Use Boards For those who are new to a land use board or would like a refresher, it is recommended that you view the slides and recording of this introductory webinar prior to participating in the conference sessions. Saturday, April 30, 2022 - Tentative Agenda Welcome and Introductions - 9:00 AM – 9:10 AM Planning Board Track • Planning Board Basics (9:10 AM - 10:30 AM) • Roles and Responsibilities of the Planning Board (10:40 AM - 12 PM) Zoning Board of Adjustment Track • Roles and Responsibilities of the Zoning Board of Adjustment (9:10 AM - 10:30 AM) • Zoning Board of Adjustment Decision Making Process (10:40 AM - 12 PM)

Agenda & Registration

Wednesday March 30, 2022

Solutions for Housing Communications Event

March 30, 2022 | 11:00 am - 6:30pm

Venue : National Press Club & virtual

The annual Solutions for Housing Communications will be held at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., and will focus on communications strategies to help housers connect with the people and communities we serve. The keynote speaker is Marc Morial, President, and CEO of the National Urban League. Morial is the former Mayor of New Orleans and President of the U.S. Conference of Mayors. Topics include combatting NIMBYism, promoting homeownership in communities of color, and making data digestible. In-person attendance will be limited to 200 attendees (two thirds of the National Press Club’s normal capacity), and virtual attendance will be offered at a discounted price.

Agenda & Registration

Tuesday March 22, 2022

Housing 2022: The Devil is in the Details

March 22, 2022 | 12:00 pm - 1:30pm

Venue :Virtual

A frank conversation on the economics of development and the impact of land use regulations on housing supply and affordability as well as strategies for engaging community on these issues. Speakers will discuss strategies for meaningful engagement that, if done well, can help communities find housing solutions that are most appropriate to their circumstances. Attendees will be eiligible for 1.5 CEUs for AIA and AICP Speakers: George Reagan, Community Engagement Manager, New Hampshire Housing Harrison Kanzler, Executive Director, Mount Washington Valley Housing Coalition
This event will be held over Zoom.


Thursday March 10, 2022

Salem Chamber of Commerce: Economic Development Breakfast

March 10, 2022 | 7:30 am - 9:00am

Venue : Castleton Banquet and Event Center

The Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce’s Economic Development Breakfast will focus on workforce housing in New Hampshire. The event will be moderated by Scott Spradling of The Spradling Group. Speakers will include George Reagan of New Hampshire Housing, housing developer Steve Lewis of Steve Lewis Inc., and Elissa Margolin of Housing Action NH. They will discuss the landscape of workforce housing in the state, local workforce housing projects in Salem, and legislative impacts on New Hampshire workforce housing. The event will be held Thursday, March 10, at Castleton Banquet and Event Center, 58 Enterprise Drive, Windham. Reservations are required and can be made at For more information, call 603-893-3177.


Thursday February 17, 2022

What NH Business Can Do to Help Solve the Housing Crisis – NHBR webinar

February 17, 2022 | Not Available

Venue : Webinar

If you missed the live webinar, you can watch the recording here: Join a panel of experts and guests from businesses around the state to discuss the state of New Hampshire’s housing crisis, its causes, the risks it poses to businesses (and their customers and employees) and most importantly, what business leaders can do to help find solutions. This webinar is hosted by New Hampshire Business Review and sponsored by New Hampshire Housing. Panel

  • Rob Dapice - Executive Director/CEO, New Hampshire Housing
  • Mike Skelton - Executive Director/CEO, BIA-NH
  • Kaela Tavares - Community & Economic Development Planning Coordinator, North Country Council
Guest Business Speakers
  • Karen Lamontagne - Vice President, Lamontagne Builders / President, NH Homebuilders Association
  • Carmen Lorentz - Executive Director, Lakes Region Community Developers
  • Sally Manikian - NH/ VT Representative, The Conservation Fund
  • Allan Reetz - Director of Public and Government Affairs, Hanover Co-op Food Stores
  • Darren Winham - Economic Development Director, Town of Exeter

Register now!

Plan NH Annual Town Hall

February 17, 2022 | 12:00 pm - 1:00pm

Venue :Virtual

Plan NH Annual Town Hall Join virtually on February 17th as Plan NH goes over all that was accomplished throughout NH in 2021, along with their outlook for 2022 and beyond. This is your opportunity to ask questions, toss out ideas, and find out how you can get involved with Plan NH! This event will be hosted via Zoom.


Tuesday February 15, 2022

The Future of Calling Portsmouth Home: Screening & Discussion of Communities & Consequences II

February 15, 2022 | 6:00 pm - 8:00pm

Venue : The Music Hall, Portsmouth

Join us for a screening at The Music Hall in Portsmouth of Communities & Consequences II, followed by an expert panel and audience discussion. This sequel to the award-winning documentary by Jay Childs (with Peter Francese and Lorraine Merrill) that came out 12 years ago explores the economic and social realities of workforce shortages in our state, and the impact that a lack of housing has our state's economy and ability to build its workforce. More information and tickets. Panelists will include:

  • Portsmouth Planning Director Beverly Zendt
  • State Senator Rebecca Perkins Kwoka
  • Assistant Mayor Jo Kelley
  • Filmmaker Jay Childs
  • Moderated by Sarah Wrightsman, New Hampshire Housing
This event is presented in collaboration with The Chamber Collaborative of Greater Portsmouth, New Hampshire Housing, and Workforce Housing Coalition of the Greater Seacoast.


Tuesday February 08, 2022

Housing Regulation in the Greater Seacoast: Causes and Consequences

February 08, 2022 | 6:00 pm - 7:30pm

Venue : Sheraton Portsmouth Harborside Hotel (and virtual)

Join a lively, candid discussion about the region’s housing market and the opportunities for regulatory solutions to our housing supply and affordability crisis, hosted by the Center for Ethics in Society at Saint Anselm College and  Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy. Jason Sorens, Director of the Center for Ethics, will summarize the findings of his statewide residential land use regulation study before drilling down on specific Seacoast communities to show how housing costs have changed, and what the consequences have been for workers and families in the region. What can the region’s municipalities do to free up home building from regulatory red tape? Following Sorens’ presentation, Andrew Cline, President of the Bartlett Center, will moderate a panel discussion with local experts. Panelists include Sarah Wrightsman (Coordinator of Community Engagement at New Hampshire Housing and former Executive Director of the Workforce Housing Coalition of the Greater Seacoast) and Darren Winham (Town of Exeter, Economic Development Director). Click here for more information and to register for this free event. This event is presented by New Hampshire Housing, New Hampshire Association of Realtors, and the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy.


Tuesday January 25, 2022

Missing Middle Housing Webinar with Karen Parolek

January 25, 2022 | 12:00 pm - 1:30pm

Venue :Virtual

As the cost of housing skyrockets, the demand for diverse and affordable housing options increases with it. “Missing Middle Housing” is seen as a solution that will help expand the availability of housing for different needs and incomes because it addresses the mismatch between available housing stock and the shifting preferences of New Hampshire’s changing population. KAREN PAROLEK, principal and CFO of Opticos Design, will present a webinar on Missing Middle Housing January 25th from 12 – 1:30 PM, hosted by New Hampshire Housing. She'll discuss the benefits of duplexes, fourplexes, cottage courts, and multiplexes and how these house-scale buildings fit seamlessly into existing residential neighborhoods and support walkability and local businesses. Parolek will illustrate the power of Missing Middle Housing to meet today’s diverse housing needs. She also will discuss the barriers communities need to remove to support Missing Middle Housing, case studies of built projects, and the demographics driving the need. Daniel Parolek, principal and CEO of Opticos, coined the term Missing Middle Housing to highlight the need for more housing choices at affordable prices in sustainable, walkable places. He is the author of Missing Middle Housing: Thinking Big and Building Small to Respond to Today’s Housing Crisis (2020). This webinar is free of charge, however registration is required.