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Dc Office Of Planning

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DC’s Office of Planning Wants to Mandate Inclusionary Zoning in Almost All Exempt Zones

DC’s Office of Planning Wants to Mandate Inclusionary Zoning in Almost All Exempt Zones

Nena Perry-Brown | January 21st 2021

The Office of Planning is moving forward with another effort to expand this small-scale affordable housing production tool. ... read »

Zoning Amendment Filed for Rhode Island Avenue Firehouse Could Pave Way for Mixed-Use Development

Zoning Amendment Filed for Rhode Island Avenue Firehouse Could Pave Way for Mixed-Use Development

Nena Perry-Brown | January 5th 2021

The city-owned location is adjacent to a series of parcels being prepped for a mixed-use redevelopment. ... read »

More Details, and More-Detailed Renderings, for One of the Largest Developments Planned in DC

More Details, and More-Detailed Renderings, for One of the Largest Developments Planned in DC

Nena Perry-Brown | December 15th 2020

ANC 6D commissioners raised concerns about how the Buzzard Point project incorporates sustainability, resiliency, and affordability. ... read »

From Chevy Chase to Congress Heights: The New Small Area Plans in The Works For DC

From Chevy Chase to Congress Heights: The New Small Area Plans in The Works For DC

Nena Perry-Brown | December 2nd 2020

The Office of Planning has five new Small Area Plan efforts in the pipeline. ... read »

Big Plans at Buzzard Point: 2,100 Units, Hotel, Office, and Retail Proposed for Prominent DC Site

Big Plans at Buzzard Point: 2,100 Units, Hotel, Office, and Retail Proposed for Prominent DC Site

Nena Perry-Brown | November 24th 2020

A mixed-use proposal is being put forth for 100 V Street SW. ... read »

Zoning Commission to Consider Expanding Inclusionary Zoning in DC Next Month

Zoning Commission to Consider Expanding Inclusionary Zoning in DC Next Month

Nena Perry-Brown | October 15th 2020

The proposed amendments to inclusionary zoning have changed a bit since they were proposed in January. ... read »

With Development on Pause, Office of Planning Applies to Create Barry Farm Zone

With Development on Pause, Office of Planning Applies to Create Barry Farm Zone

Nena Perry-Brown | September 14th 2020

The tailored zoning designation is meant to help facilitate the on-hold New Communities Initiative redevelopment. ... read »

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 »

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