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Beats, Rhymes and Design: How Hip Hop Architecture Seeks to Diversify the Industry

This year, a few SERA employees volunteered for Portland’s Hip Hop Architecture Camp – a weeklong, intensive experience designed by Michael Ford to introduce underrepresented youth to architecture, urban planning, creative place making and economic development through the lens of hip hop culture. The camp happens around the country, and this year we were fortunate […]

Housing Projections from the 2019 MFE Conference

Last week, I attended the Multifamily Executive Conference with Veronica Hinkley Reck, SERA’s new Director of Housing in California. We heard from many of the multi-family housing industry’s leaders – from bankers, fund managers, property developers and operators, and architects. There was both good and concerning news, but the bottom line is that housing is […]