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Neighborhoods and Residential Markets

Comprehensive Community Development in the Metropolitan Context


Foreclosures have hit inner city, suburban, and exurban neighborhoods alike. What does this pattern of distress portend for future development patterns throughout regions? Has the exurban development model failed? Has the foreclosure crisis erased all the gains that city lower-income neighborhoods have made in recent years? Many cities are investing in new or substantially upgraded rail corridors. Do these improvements promise to bring new investment into previously distressed neighborhoods? What do patterns of demographic change, including immigration or the entry of new age cohorts into the home buying market portend for patterns of regional development?

This panel will explore ways in which neighborhoods within metropolitan areas are linked to one another through flows of population and investment from neighborhood to neighborhood, and how regional policymakers and community developers can work together to influence these flows to produce better neighborhoods and regions. New data tabulations that explore some of the inter- and intra-metropolitan differences in housing markets will help provide a framework for both the national and regional discussions.


Part 1: National Panel

Part 2: Regional Discussion 

12:00 AM
Part 1: National Panel
12:00 AM
Part 2: Regional Discussion - Chicago Panel
12:00 AM

Last Updated: 01/13/2012

Monday, 11/17/14
10:30 AM
Welcome and Introductions
Jeremiah Boyle, Managing Director of Economic Development, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Susan Vasquez, Executive Director, LISC/Chicago
10:40 AM
Bob Weissbourd, Principal, RW Ventures
George Galster, Professor of Urban Affairs, Wayne State University
11:00 AM
Panel Discussion and Q&A
Lee Fisher, President and CEO, CEOs for Cities
George Galster, Professor of Urban Affairs, Wayne State University
, Assistant Secretary, Policy Development & Research, HUD
Chrystal Kornegay, Executive Director, Urban Edge
12:15 PM
Conclusion of Video Stream
12:15 PM
Break (followed by Regional Discussions)
12:30 PM
Welcome and Introductions
Jeremiah Boyle, Managing Director of Economic Development, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Eileen Figel, Director, Institute for Comprehensive Community Development
12:45 PM
Panel Discussion and Q&A
Jean Pogge, Executive Director, Delta Institute
Calvin Holmes, President, Chicago Community Loan Fund
Robin Newberger, Senior Business Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Antonio Riley (Invited), Midwest Regional Administrator, HUD
2:15 PM
Networking & Adjournment

Neighborhoods and Housing Markets Regional Discussion by Robin Newberger, CDPS, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

Event Information
Registration Deadline
Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
230 S. LaSalle Street
Chicago, Illinois 60604-1413

Event Contact
Rhonda Branham
(312) 322-8232

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, 230 South LaSalle Street, Chicago, Illinois 60604-1413, USA. Tel. (312) 322-5322

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