ULI Austin January Breakfast: Housing Preservation to Keep Austin Weird


Winstead is a proud sponsor of the ULI Austin January Breakfast: Housing Preservation to Keep Austin Weird. The event will discuss how preserving older elements of the built environment can help decrease economic segregation, increase equity, and keep Austin weird. The panel will share how the cultural and economic value of preserving existing housing stock, the challenges and opportunities encountered during the renovation and restoration process, and the role of policy in supporting preservation efforts. 

Date: Wednesday, January 25, 2023
Time: 7:30 -9:00 a.m.
Location: Austin Central Library, Austin, TX

Moderator: David Steinwedell, President & CEO, Affordable Central Texas 



Winstead Attendees: Jeff Nydegger, Preston Patten, Mark Grobmyer, Dylan Maichel, Zeena Angadicheril, Garrett Bell, Blake Young, Heath Pennington

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