The Eighth Annual Southern California Economic Summit

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The Cost of Not Housing

November 9, 2017

8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

The L.A. Hotel Downtown
333 S. Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA 90071

Early bird registration is $75 until Sept. 15

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Southern California is no stranger to the housing crisis. While home and rental prices continue to climb, new construction has not kept pace with the region’s population and economic growth. In order to remain a national and international economic powerhouse, Southern California must consider the impact of the housing crisis on our economy. From stemming corporate moves to other states, to balancing local residential and retail development, to finding housing solutions for existing Southern Californians, the policy issues around housing and the economy are intricately intertwined. To solve the housing problem is to solve an economic problem.

SCAG, in partnership with the Southern California Leadership Council, will be hosting the Eighth Annual Southern California Economic Summit at The L.A. Hotel Downtown in the heart of Los Angeles on Thursday, Nov. 9. The summit brings together local civic and business leaders to assess the state of the region’s economy. Join us for a discussion on the region’s housing needs and learn about the challenges that housing affordability poses to local, regional and statewide economies.

Tickets for the event are available for purchase at the early bird price of $75 per person (regular price is $100) until Sept. 15. Registration is complimentary for elected officials.