Posts Tagged ‘AMI’

What Should D.C. Learn From Other Cities’ Inclusionary Zoning? (Not Much.)

It seems to be in vogue these days to attack inclusionary zoning. Josh Barro did it yesterday in Business Insider. Georgetown Business Improvement CEO Joe Sternlieb did it in our recent "How to Fix Everything" issue. And the low-income housing group Manna is out with a new report highlighting everything that's wrong with D.C.'s IZ program.
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McDuffie Bill Aims to Clarify Housing Affordability

It's no secret that D.C. has an affordable housing problem. But really, the city has two affordable housing problems. The first is one of supply: There isn't enough of it. And the second is one of definitions: Much of what's labeled affordable isn't really affordable to many Washingtonians.
The standard metric for affordable housing is area [...]