Posts Tagged ‘Affordable Housing’

An Old Misdemeanor Kept Maurice Alexander From Accessing Housing

He wound up homeless, all because of an old "attempted threat" charge.

Reports: D.C. Area Housing Too Expensive For Millennials, Retail Workers Getting Squeezed

A rainy forecast for some millennial workers in the D.C. area.

District Moves to Expand Affordable Housing With Sustainability in Mind

“We have a moral responsibility to serve the folks that need this kind of healthy and efficient housing, to make it happen."

Report: 46 Percent of D.C. Area Renters Burdened by High Housing Costs

22.4 percent of renters have severe cost burdens, according to the Harvard report.

A Man, a Plan, a Canard: Panacea

Our departing Housing Complex reporter shares his not-so-modest proposals for a better D.C.

With Crises Looming, New Housing Chief Lays Out Her Strategy

Polly Donaldson could help the agency pivot toward tackling homelessness.

Scaled-Back Brentwood Overhaul Draws McDuffie’s Support, Tenants’ Opposition

The developer insists it's preserving affordable housing. Some residents disagree.

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.