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Inclusionary Zoning

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Inclusionary Zoning, from most recent to least.

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 »

34,000 Units in 20 Years: DC’s Rental Market, by the Numbers

34,000 Units in 20 Years: DC’s Rental Market, by the Numbers

Nena Perry-Brown | April 2nd 2020

DC Policy Center's latest report gives a comprehensive snapshot of the city's rental market. ... read »

Should DC Use Inclusionary Conversions to Meet Affordable Housing Goals?

Should DC Use Inclusionary Conversions to Meet Affordable Housing Goals?

Nena Perry-Brown | April 1st 2020

A new report by the DC Policy Center suggests new policy tools are the only way to meet targets west of Rock Creek Park. ... 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’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 »

NIMBYs, TODs and 100-Year Floods: Land Use Amendments Reflect DC’s Changing Development Priorities

NIMBYs, TODs and 100-Year Floods: Land Use Amendments Reflect DC’s Changing Development Priorities

Nena Perry-Brown | October 16th 2019

This Element of the recently released Comprehensive Plan draft establishes new growth priorities while undermining NIMBY arguments. ... read »

DC’s New Rules for Renewing an Inclusionary Zoning Lease

DC’s New Rules for Renewing an Inclusionary Zoning Lease

Nena Perry-Brown | September 11th 2017

Several amendments to the inclusionary zoning program have recently been published in the public register -- including the income limits for renters... read »

New Inclusionary Zoning Rules in DC Will Take Effect in June

New Inclusionary Zoning Rules in DC Will Take Effect in June

Nena Perry-Brown | May 1st 2017

Last summer, the Zoning Commission voted in favor of lowering the standard income threshold for newly-constructed inclusionary zoning rental units,... read »

First Timer Primer: The Inclusionary Zoning Process

First Timer Primer: The Inclusionary Zoning Process

Nena Perry-Brown | May 11th 2016 | 1 Comment

As the city struggles to build and maintain enough affordable housing to keep the DC vibrant, UrbanTurf is taking a closer look at what inclusionary... read »

How Can I Learn About Affordable Units in DC’s New Buildings?

How Can I Learn About Affordable Units in DC’s New Buildings?

Lark Turner | February 13th 2015

A UT reader wants to know how to find out about affordable units in a brand-new building before they've started leasing. ... read »

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