One Person, Three Bedrooms: DC’s Mismatched Housing Market – UrbanTurf

March 27, 2018
  • D.C. Policy Center
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On March 27, 2018, UrbanTurf wrote about D.C. Policy Center’s report “Taking Stock of the District’s Housing Stock: Capacity, Affordability, and Pressures on Family Housing” (full report). They write:

The dearth of family-sized units in DC has received a lot of attention, whether as part of the debate over the fate of an amended Comprehensive Plan or as part of legislative attempts to study and correct the influx of newly-constructed studios and one-bedrooms. While the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development has been tasked with taking stock of the large units in the city, the DC Policy Center (DCPC) beat them to it with a new study.

Read more from UrbanTurf here.

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