Posts Tagged ‘Affordable Housing’

Judge Rejects $250 Million Price Tag for Embattled Section 8 Building

The Museum Square tenants score a big victory in court.

Grimke School Developers Spared Bowser’s Wrath

The U Street NW corridor property will gain a small amount of affordable housing.

The Problem With How We Measure Housing Affordability

How affordable is D.C., really? Depends on how you measure affordability.

For Millennials, D.C.’s Actually More Affordable Than Other Cities

But probably not for seniors.

Can More Data Help Mitigate D.C.’s Affordable Housing Crunch?

Anita Bonds thinks so.

Housing Advocates Call for Changes to Struggling Inclusionary Zoning Program

Through 2013, IZ produced only two housing units for low-income households.

City Strikes Deal to Preserve Affordability at Threatened Shaw Building

The building had become a symbol of the city's failure to anticipate expiring affordability covenants and take steps to preserve those affordable units.

What’s Ahead in 2015 for D.C. Schools, Housing, and Transit

A new year, a new mayor, a fresh start. At least that's what we're told.

Why Rent Control Isn’t Protecting D.C. From Higher Rents

The biggest affordable-housing problem no one is talking about

Anacostia Residents Protest Plan for Satellite Affordable Housing

When R. Donahue Peebles pitched a development concept for a city-owned parcel at 5th and I streets NW, he framed it as a win for everyone involved. The Mount Vernon Triangle would get a luxury hotel, condos, retail, and a renovation of two small parks. The city would get more tax revenue than from the competing proposals—plus [...]