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Missing Middle Housing: Responding to the Demand for Walkable Neighborhood Living

  • green|spaces 63 E Main Street Chattanooga, TN USA (map)

CNE invites the public to attend a lecture from Dan Parolek, a nationally recognized thought leader in architecture, design, and urban planning and creator of the “Missing Middle Housing” concept, on Wednesday, September 21 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at green|spaces Chattanooga, located at 63 E. Main Street. Admission is free, but please register below.

About Daniel Parolek:

Daniel is an architect and urbanist who has worked with cities and towns of all sizes around the world to create vibrant, urban visions that reinforce the unique character of a place and that support local economies. A recent Next City article referred to Daniel as “that guy” who coined the term Missing Middle Housing, which intelligently addresses housing issues in cities across the country. He is also at the forefront of rethinking the way we zone our communities to promote more compact, walkable, and vibrant places. 

Earlier Event: September 21
Realtor Lunch and Learn
Later Event: September 22
Homebuyer Orientation