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Dc Office Of Planning

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Dc Office Of Planning, from most recent to least.

A Map Amendment Could Be on the Way For Shaw’s Parcel 42, Is Development Next?

A Map Amendment Could Be on the Way For Shaw’s Parcel 42, Is Development Next?

Nena Perry-Brown | July 20th 2020

The city selected a development team for the site in 2016. ... read »

A Move to Get More Homes and Performance Spaces in DC Alleys Takes a Step Forward

A Move to Get More Homes and Performance Spaces in DC Alleys Takes a Step Forward

Nena Perry-Brown | July 14th 2020

On Monday, the DC Zoning Commission voted to approve amendments that could enable more alley dwellings to be constructed in DC and more alley events... read »

From Homes to Performance Spaces, How a Zoning Change Could Transform DC Alleys

From Homes to Performance Spaces, How a Zoning Change Could Transform DC Alleys

Nena Perry-Brown | June 4th 2020

Proposed zoning amendments would enable more construction on alley lots, and create the potential for public performances there. ... read »

A Tollbooth, A Bus to the Airport: ANC Recommendations that Didn’t Make It Into the Comp Plan

A Tollbooth, A Bus to the Airport: ANC Recommendations that Didn’t Make It Into the Comp Plan

Nena Perry-Brown | May 8th 2020

The DC Council is expected to consider the revised draft of the Comprehensive Plan in the next few months. ... read »

Office of Planning Report Recommends Introducing Gentle Density Changes to DC’s Single-Family Zones

Office of Planning Report Recommends Introducing Gentle Density Changes to DC’s Single-Family Zones

Nena Perry-Brown | April 27th 2020

Along with submitting the final draft of Comp Plan amendments to the DC Council, a report also explains how the city's single-family zones can... read »

A Case for Commercial at DC’s Self-Storage Facilities

A Case for Commercial at DC’s Self-Storage Facilities

Nena Perry-Brown | January 21st 2020

A proposed zoning text amendment would require new self-storage facilities in DC's PDR zones to activate the ground floor. ... read »

Expanded Inclusionary Zoning Program Could Include Areas of Flexibility

Expanded Inclusionary Zoning Program Could Include Areas of Flexibility

Nena Perry-Brown | January 7th 2020

The Zoning Commission is expected to set down the proposed IZ expansion for a public hearing. ... read »

DC Agency May Restrict Construction in Areas That May Eventually Be Underwater

DC Agency May Restrict Construction in Areas That May Eventually Be Underwater

Nena Perry-Brown | January 6th 2020

The Department of Energy and Environment is considering changes to the floodplain regulations which would restrict construction in areas expected to... read »

DC’s Office of Planning Expected to Raise Inclusionary Zoning Minimum

DC’s Office of Planning Expected to Raise Inclusionary Zoning Minimum

Nena Perry-Brown | January 3rd 2020

The proposal would increase the inclusionary zoning requirement for projects with map amendments to up to 20 percent. ... read »

Amid Comp Plan Conversation, DC Hosts Forum on History of Disparate Housing Distribution

Amid Comp Plan Conversation, DC Hosts Forum on History of Disparate Housing Distribution

Nena Perry-Brown | December 9th 2019

Held immediately after an open house on the Comprehensive Plan, the forum seems to be the city's first attempt to educate Ward 3 residents on the... read »