To expand affordable housing, D.C. should reform single-family zoning: analysis | Curbed DC

July 18, 2019
  • D.C. Policy Center
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On July 17, 2019, the D.C. Policy Center’s article, Single-family zoning and neighborhood characteristics in the District of Columbia, was cited by Curbed DC:

As the District advances changes to its long-term framework for development, a new report by a local think tank is calling for changes to the city’s zoning rules that would make way for more densely arranged homes and a greater diversity of housing types throughout D.C. 

Read more: To expand affordable housing, D.C. should reform single-family zoning: analysis | Curbed DC

Related: Single-family zoning and neighborhood characteristics in the District of Columbia | D.C. Policy Center

 

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