Such a great conversation with David Benson, President of Fannie Mae. Thanks to the Economic Club of New York for inviting me to moderate and
Marc Norman appointed Associate Dean of NYU Schack
As the Spring 2022 MRED+D Bernadette Ma Distinguished Visiting Fellow in Real Estate, I will be in dialog with faculty, students and guests at UC
Sidewalk Labs “City of the Future” Podcast kicked off its new season focusing on Community Wealth Building. It was great to be in dialog with
Ideas and Action works with the Ann Arbor Housing Commission on potential sites for affordable housing. An RFP for co-development partners for two publicly owned affordable housing sites has been issued.
Chicago is experiencing simultaneously, a new spate of explosive growth in and around the CBD and continuing decline in already disadvantaged neighborhoods. This panel sponsored
A conversation with Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti, September 17, 2021 hosted by University of Michigan’s Taubman College and the Weiser Center for Real Estate
In conversation with Michigan Radio’s Rachel Baer Marc Norman discusses the elements shaping the current competitive housing market. Specifically in Detroit, a lack of move
The Harvard Design Magazine has just published issue #48: America. As part of the relaunch there was a panel discussion next Tuesday, March 23 at
On March 11, 2021 at 4pm, Mimi Fritz, President and CEO of the Grand Rapids Downtown Market and Ted Spitzer, President of Market Ventures, Inc.
The Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning has launched a new minor in Real Estate in collaboration with the Ross School of Business and
Explore the ways we can provide access, affordability and opportunity in U.S. cities. Experts weigh in on strategies and address historic inequities as well potential
Supported by the Michigan-Mellon Project on the Egalitarian Metropolis, “Mapping the Egalitarian Metropolis: Spaces of Hope” featured work by six interdisciplinary research teams led by
What does our current public health crisis mean for renters, particularly as expiration dates for eviction moratoriums approach. I discuss these and other issues on
This semester my graduate students at University of Michigan co-created a website to investigate how disruptions such as technological breakthroughs, climate change, financing mechanisms and
In conversation with the amazing Kate Asher, we have a wide ranging discussion on land use and cost as it relates to housing and street
The city of Ann Arbor and the Ann Arbor Housing Commission enlisted Ideas and Action to Analyze city owned sites suitable for added density, affordable
Re: Housing: Detroit, a symposium held in Detroit and Ann Arbor at the University of Michigan, convened innovators and researchers across the academy, real estate,
REFRAMING HOUSING DEVELOPMENT: HOW CHANGES IN DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND REGULATION COULD REDUCE THE COST OF HOUSING What can be done to reduce the cost of
The Community Advisory Council (CAC) of the Federal Reserve Board offers diverse perspectives on the economic circumstances and financial services needs of consumers and communities.
“Driverless,” is a new video series with experts from wide-ranging disciplines at the University of Michigan explore how autonomous vehicles are changing our society. Episode
“Building Better Futures: Innovations in Equitable Development,” is a conference that convened experts in design, finance, and development to examine mechanisms that connect communities, build
Metropolis Magazine covers the Designing Affordability Exhibition at the Center for Architecture
The Urban Rest Stop Exhibition in Syracuse, NY from Marc Norman on Vimeo. AFOAM’s “Parting” Selected as winning entry for Urban Rest Stop UPSTATE:, a