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Housing Production

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Housing Production, from most recent to least.

Montgomery County Council Overrides Veto of Metro Development Incentives

Montgomery County Council Overrides Veto of Metro Development Incentives

Nena Perry-Brown | October 27th 2020

The bill exempts new high-rise residential developments on land leased from Metro from property taxes for 15 years. ... read »

Montgomery County Passes Bill That Could Bring Thousands of Units to Metro Stations

Montgomery County Passes Bill That Could Bring Thousands of Units to Metro Stations

Nena Perry-Brown | October 7th 2020

The bill offers tax incentivizes for high-density residential transit-oriented development through the end of 2032. ... read »

Passive Multifamily, Shady Grove TOD: Montgomery County Housing Production Fund’s First Units

Passive Multifamily, Shady Grove TOD: Montgomery County Housing Production Fund’s First Units

Nena Perry-Brown | July 13th 2020

Proposed last month, the fund still needs budget approval from the Montgomery County Council. ... read »

A Bill Could Bring Thousands of Residential Units to Montgomery County Metro Stations

A Bill Could Bring Thousands of Residential Units to Montgomery County Metro Stations

Nena Perry-Brown | July 6th 2020

On Tuesday, the Council plans to introduce a bill granting developers a property tax exemption for constructing high-rise development on WMATA-owned... read »

Montgomery County May Try New Affordable Housing Financing Option

Montgomery County May Try New Affordable Housing Financing Option

Nena Perry-Brown | June 23rd 2020

The County Council's Planning, Housing & Economic Development committee agreed to advance a proposal that could finance at least 1,750 affordable... read »

DC Mayor’s Proposed Budget Includes Tax Break for Affordable Housing

DC Mayor’s Proposed Budget Includes Tax Break for Affordable Housing

Nena Perry-Brown | May 19th 2020

The tax abatement incentivizes affordable housing production in planning areas where it is sparse. ... read »

HPRB Votes to Support Mount Pleasant Laundromat-to-Residential—Minus One Story

HPRB Votes to Support Mount Pleasant Laundromat-to-Residential—Minus One Story

Nena Perry-Brown | May 5th 2020

The Historic Preservation Review Board unanimously voted in support of a concept to retrofit a Mount Pleasant laundromat into a residential project... 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 »

The Graph That Illustrates DC’s Housing Production Versus Population Growth

The Graph That Illustrates DC’s Housing Production Versus Population Growth

Nena Perry-Brown | February 10th 2020

The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development released a graph this weekend adding perspective to the city's recent wave of... 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 »

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