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Session 4 of the Aging Malls & Office Parks Transformation Work Group – Developing a Responsive Design Framework & an Efficient and Transparent Planning Process – explores: Specific tools and

Session 3 of the Aging Malls & Office Parks Transformation Work Group delves into the redevelopment implementation roadmap. Attendees were introduced to the following: Case studies to help local staff

In Session 2 of the Aging Malls & Office Parks Transformation Work Group, consultants presented several project examples on how to successfully introduce housing into large mall and office park sites

In Session 1 of the Aging Malls & Office Parks Transformation Work Group, experts led the discussion on the regional importance and potential benefits of redeveloping aging malls and office parks

This work group is designed for local planning, housing and economic development staff interested in learning about the challenges and opportunities involved in transforming aging malls and office

The Bay Area Aging Malls and Office Parks Transformation White Paper was created to develop an informed Plan Bay Area 2050 implementation strategy and a pilot program that would support local

Parking and the policies that guide parking development and management are potent tools for supporting housing affordability, climate and community design goals. Parking policy changes can be

Most zoning codes and development practices have ample parking supply requirements, which force people who purchase or rent housing to pay for parking regardless of their needs. These parking

The Regional Housing Need Allocation (RHNA) process is the part of Housing Element law used to determine how many new homes, and the affordability of those homes, each local government must plan for

Construction costs in the San Francisco Bay Area have grown prohibitively expensive, making it difficult to feasibly develop new affordable or even market-rate housing. This case study analyzed the