Report: D.C.’s housing market is segregated, not varied – Curbed

March 29, 2018
  • D.C. Policy Center
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On March 29, 2018, Curbed 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:

Washington, D.C.’s population is expected to climb all the way up to 700,000 with an average monthly growth of 803 residents. But where will these new residents go? With limited affordable housing options in the District, the city has become more affluent, less diverse, and more segregated, according to a new report by the D.C. Policy Center.

Read more from Curbed here.

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