Presented by the Beverly Hills Bar Association Elder Law Committee.
How does inclusive real estate development translate at the municipal level when it comes to planning and zoning? What are the complex elements that need to come together to make this visionary model for inclusion a reality?
Cornerstone Housing for Adults with Disabilities is a not-for-profit organization working with an award-winning team of architects, planning consultants, disability professionals and lawyers, to revolutionize housing and community in Los Angeles. They are creating The Village, a mixed-use development, in the heart of the Los Angeles Pico-Robertson neighborhood. More than a cutting-edge housing complex, The Village promises to be a nexus, where people with and without developmental disabilities will live, work, and uplift the broader community. Our speakers are two key professionals who are leading the initial stage of this project, scheduled to break ground in 2021.
Dana Sayles is the planning and land use consultant for The Village. She is the founder and principal of three6ixty, a top planning services firm in Southern California. Dana has 25 years of project management experience and extensive knowledge of zoning code and land use policy. Cathy Gott is a founding board member of Cornerstone. She has devoted her professional life to finding solutions for the special needs community. Cathy is the Senior Consultant for Government Relations at ETTA, a Commissioner at the Los Angeles County Commission on Disabilities, the President of Education Spectrum, Inc., and a board member of The Spectrum Works.
This program is a must for any attorney, CPA, investment advisor or other professionals who may be counseling families or fiduciaries!
*This program is FREE for BHBA Members and $25 for Non Members. Tickets: https://buff.ly/35apTFY