Office Conversions Are Good for Cities | The American Conservative

August 01, 2022
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On July 30, 2022, the D.C. Policy Center’s article, Examining office to residential conversions in the District, was cited by The American Conservative:

An analysis by the D.C. Policy Center found that while a Class C office building could increase in value if converted to residential, converting it to Class A would yield even higher returns. Banks also may be reluctant to back conversion projects.

Read more: Office Conversions Are Good for Cities | The American Conservative

Related: Examining office to residential conversions in the District | D.C. Policy Center

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