D.C.'s commitment to mixed-income development runs aground at the Lincoln Heights New Communities project.
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The next phase of Lincoln Heights won't include market-rate housing.
The Council thinks the mayor's office is "thumbing the nose at the legislative branch" on the stadium deal.
The last developer failed to deliver. Today, the Housing Authority announced its latest attempt at an overhaul of the troubled complex.
The city has stumbled in overhauling aging low-income housing complexes. Can a developer succeed?
Six years after the Temple Courts public housing complex was demolished, a new building opens to replace some of its units.
What's the matter with the New Communities program? A lot, according to a report commissioned by the city.
Four development groups discussed their backgrounds with a sleepy crowd.
Last week, I met Adrianne Todman for an activity she wouldn’t have advised 10 or 15 years ago: a walk around the Park Morton public-housing complex in the Park View neighborhood, just off Georgia Avenue NW.
“Park was a tough, tough site,” recalls Todman, the executive director of the D.C. Housing Authority. “I would not have [...]
Two months after terminating its arrangement with the development team it had selected to turn the aging Park Morton public housing complex into a mixed-income neighborhood, the city is seeking a new developer to complete the project.
This week, the D.C. Housing Authority released a request for proposals for a new developer to overhaul the complex, [...]