Dc Office Of Planning
Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Dc Office Of Planning, from most recent to least.
UrbanTurf Staff | February 2nd 2023
DC's Office of Planning recently looked at DC's migration patterns in 2022. Today, UrbanTurf highlights some of the more interesting demographic stati... read»
Nena Perry-Brown | March 25th 2022
The DC Office of Planning is turning its attention to the New York Avenue NE corridor for a series of planning efforts intended to facilitate addition... read»
Nena Perry-Brown | March 17th 2022
A year after the Office of Planning launched its process to create a new Small Area Plan for Chevy Chase, the draft Plan offers some specific concepts... read»
Nena Perry-Brown | January 31st 2022
The DC Office of Planning is envisioning how part of the corridor could develop some density.... read»
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Nena Perry-Brown | January 5th 2022
The upzoning would mandate additional Inclusionary Zoning units for developments along the existing streetcar line.... read»
Nena Perry-Brown | January 4th 2022
The rule change would apply to buildings constructed after November 1978 in mixed-use and downtown zones.... read»
Nena Perry-Brown | December 16th 2021
Today, several programs and initiatives were announced related to housing production in Rock Creek West.... read»
Nena Perry-Brown | April 23rd 2021
The DC Office of Planning enlisted an Urban Land Institute panel to study how the DC-Maryland neighborhood could be redeveloped.... read»
Nena Perry-Brown | March 12th 2021
With the zoning amendment, more new map amendment approvals will trigger higher Inclusionary Zoning requirements.... read»
Nena Perry-Brown | March 2nd 2021
The expansion efforts for this incremental affordable housing production tool continue in DC.... read»
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