I'm looking to put together a team of game-changing investors to develop a mixed-use multi-unit housing project composed of the individuals that will occupy the development. The idea is to pool together the resources of 20 people, for example, to commission a 20 unit development. These 20 people would be the very people involved making this development happen such as the lawyers, the architects, the financiers, the general contractor, the engineers, the master plumber, the HVAC contractor, the master carpenters, the laborers, etc.
I want to flip the switch on development by turning the occupants into the investors. A means for the middle class to step it up by helping themselves. The rationale is that it would cost less because profit is not the motive; ownership is and the value that comes with it.
A project like this should appeal to the city because we're not a developer who's investing in the community, we are the community investing its development. By the time construction is complete and occupancy has been granted the new neighbors are already known and a community has already built itself.
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Overall project goals will be set once we've assembled the investor/occupier team and conduct multiple project meetings. However, here are some of our initial design goals:
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Architecture: MGA + DLR Group | Photo: Ema Peter