Accessible Housing Workshop Dates scheduled for April 11th and December 12th, 2013
Under the federal Fair Housing Amendments Act passed in 1988, new multifamily residential buildings (built since March 1991) are required to be designed and constructed to provide access to people with disabilities. Despite the existence of these requirements, rental, condominium, and co-op buildings continue to be built in a non-compliant and inaccessible manner throughout New York City and the larger region. This half-day workshop will provide architects, builders, contractors, attorneys, property owners and managers, real estate professionals, disability rights advocates, public officials, civil rights leaders, fair housing enforcement agencies, and others with detailed and reliable information about federal accessibility requirements that apply to multifamily housing under the Fair Housing Act. The workshop will identify effective strategies to achieve compliance with federal accessibility laws, regulations, and requirements.
To learn more about the workshop and read about our workshop trainers Jack Catlin, and Scott P. Moore, download our workshop brochure here.
Thursday, April 11, 2013 9:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel
228 Duffield St, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11201
Attendees must pre-register by 4/4/2013
(Seating is limited to 30 attendees)
Thursday, December 12, 2013 9:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
The Graduate Center, City University Of New York|
365 Fifth Ave. , Skylight Room 9100
Attendees must pre-register by 12/5/2013
(Seating is limited to 70 attendees)
Pre-registration is required in order to attend either Accessibility Workshop.
To pre-register please call (212) 400-8207 or complete the form below.