Less than 25 percent of office workers have returned to downtown D.C., new report says | Washington Post

October 08, 2021
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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 the Washington Post:

The D.C. Policy Center came out with its own study Thursday focused on the potential of turning office buildings downtown into residential space. It painted those conversions as an answer to both chronic housing shortages and the office vacancy problem downtown that had been simmering for years before the pandemic but has since become untenable.

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