Breakfast links: With dual trails and cyclist rush hours, the W&OD starts to look more like a (car-free) road | Greater Greater Washington

October 08, 2021
  • D.C. Policy Center
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On October 8, 2021, the D.C. Policy Center’s article, Examining office to residential conversions in the District, was cited by Greater Greater Washington:

A housing shortage and recent pandemic-driven changes in work patterns mean the District seems to have too much office space, and too little residential. But office to home conversions are rare — offices are worth more per square foot, and building structure and public policy can both be barriers.  (DC Policy Center)  

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