How has privatization of public housing fared in DC? | Greater Greater Washington

September 04, 2020
  • D.C. Policy Center
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On September 4, 2020, the D.C. Policy Center’s publication, The history and evolution of Anacostia’s Barry Farm, was cited by Greater Greater Washington:

For example, two miles from Greenleaf Gardens, the historic Barry Farms is in the 14th year since NCI redevelopment was approved. Although residents were eventually able to assert their rights and advocate to secure (and claim a partial victory for) historic landmark designation of their community, most of the homes there have been razed and nearly all the residents have been displaced. The development team overseeing the project has not yet offered an updated proposal for the site following this January’s historic preservation ruling.

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