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Past Webinar: Virtual Presentation of the UC Berkeley 2020 Housing Development Challenge Team

The Terner Center hosted the UC Berkeley 2020 Team as they presented their final project for the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Low-Income Housing Challenge virtually.

This interdisciplinary team of graduate students spent the semester developing a proposal for the development of affordable housing intended to serve faculty and staff from the San Jose Unified School District. They presented their work to a jury of practitioners from areas of affordable housing development, architecture, and finance.

UC Berkeley 2020 Team:

Banke Abioye, Master in Real Estate Development and Design

Ik Hun (Mike) Chang, Master in Architecture

Jeff Schaefer, Master in Architecture

Madhu Deb, Master in Real Estate Development and Design

Max Heninger, Master in City Planning

Nathalie Canate, Master in Architecture

William Wilcox, Master in Public Policy

Review Panel:

Ari Beliak, Merritt Community Capital Corporation

Chelsea Johnson, David Baker Architects

Fred Pollack, Van Meter Williams Pollack LLP

Kristen Clements, City of San Jose

Yusef Freeman, Jonathan Rose Companies

Note: This event is not formally recognized by the Bank of American Merrill Lynch Low-Income Housing Challenge as the Challenge was formally suspended in 2020 due to the global pandemic.

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