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Panelists Say Affordable Housing Is Catching the Private Sector’s Eye

At a Washington, D.C., housing conference on Wednesday, representatives of several major corporations and nonprofits each spoke to a growing recognition of workforce housing supply as a critical issue, even for companies in unrelated fields like tech and health care. […] Given that tech companies’ growth has helped create some of the country’s most acute affordable-housing crises in places like Silicon Valley and Seattle, addressing the problem is of obvious relevance for players like Google. But the issue falls just as squarely on the shoulders of health care networks, said David Zuckerman, an engagement director at Democracy Collaborative. That’s because in many cities and regions, hospital groups are the single largest local employer.

Publication date: 2019-09-19
Parent publication: Commercial Observer
Publication URL: https://commercialobserver.com/2019/09/dc-housing-private-sector/

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