But probably not for seniors.
Posts Tagged ‘Affordable Housing’
Anita Bonds thinks so.
Through 2013, IZ produced only two housing units for low-income households.
The building had become a symbol of the city's failure to anticipate expiring affordability covenants and take steps to preserve those affordable units.
A new year, a new mayor, a fresh start. At least that's what we're told.
The biggest affordable-housing problem no one is talking about
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 [...]
The city says the owner can't raise the rent on 63 of the units to market levels until 2049.
Up to 30 percent of units at new developments on city-owned lands could be set aside as affordable.
Neighbors want to see affordable housing at the site.