Chamber Gathers to Discuss Local Housing Market

This Wednesday, the Chamber of Commerce hosted a Chamber Lunch, inviting the community to join them at the Holiday Inn convention hall to discuss new ways to expand the local housing market. According to Mandy Koltiska, Associate Broker for ERA Carroll Realty, a more diverse housing market is integral in order to accommodate Sheridan’s economic expansion.

The Lunch bustled with a large crowd, eager to play their part in the overall improvement of Sheridan. Here, the Chamber brought their angles of approach to the table, including the re-evaluation of current city codes regarding residential development. Robert Briggs, Planning Director for the College District and Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority (SEEDA) administrator, goes into greater detail of these discussion points.

Hoping to further the development of the “missing middle,” which is a term being used to describe the gap between single-family housing and apartments, the Chamber aims to create a more favorable housing market for Sheridan’s expanding community.