Housing costs shouldn’t exceed 30% of household income, but most Americans are house poor—shilling out more than 40 percent of their take home pay each month. The story is the same for renters and buyers.

Over the next 5 years, the opportunity to provide new, attainable housing for middle income households is about 1 million homes per year. Together, we can make a difference.

How can we think differently and provide housing solutions for the missing middle? Join us November 12-13 in Denver for a live, interactive round table event, Driving Attainability in U.S. Housing, where we’ll dig into the issue from a production building and development perspective.

Together we’ll explore:

  • PLACE—overcoming the hurdles of zoning, NIMBYism, land and regulatory costs
  • PRODUCT—thinking differently about households; home size, design and livability; customer relationships and financing
  • PRODUCTION—leveraging innovative processes, building products and materials, and construction methods to drive productivity and reduce waste

See innovation in action during pre-event tours(details below), discover real insights and solutions through expert snapshot presentations, and let your voice be heard through table-based think tank discussions.

Rising stars and seasoned experts will attend, including leaders in homebuilding and development, finance, architecture and design, technology, manufacturing, and more.


Reserve your seat at the table by clicking the green "Register Now" button at the top of this page.



Discounted registration rates are available for Alliance partners and members in good standing. All Alliance partners also receive a number of free passes, depending upon their tier [contact Jenny (Gross) Simon with any questions]. A limited number of non-member registrations are also available.

Registration includes:

  • Pre-event tours with complimentary shuttle service Tuesday afternoon
  • The pre-event networking reception at the Gallery at The Crawford Tuesday night
  • Round table sessions, as well as a networking breakfast and lunch Wednesday

Hotel and travel is to be arranged separately by attendees. 



The Oxford and The Crawford are boutique hotels, and rooms are available at a discounted rate to Alliance Round Table attendees in both locations.

Book your room by October 25th to receive the discounted group rate of $269 per night plus tax and fees. 

Follow the links or call the numbers below to book your room.

The Oxford Hotel 
reserve online

The Crawford Hotel
reserve online

All reservations must be received before cut-off date in order to be guaranteed the group rate.


Need assistance with registration? Reach out to us with any questions or feedback along the way: Jenny@housinginnovation.org 412.855.8995.

Live Round Table: Driving Attainability in U.S. Housing

  • November 12 - 13, 2019
  • 1600 17th Street
    Denver, Colorado
    United States