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Missing Middle

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Missing Middle, from most recent to least.

Report: 80% of DC-Area Residents Support Missing Middle Housing in Residential Neighborhoods

Report: 80% of DC-Area Residents Support Missing Middle Housing in Residential Neighborhoods

UrbanTurf Staff | April 11th 2022

The term “missing middle” describes the dearth of housing types that would accommodate the needs of a large swath of the middle class. ... read »

From 9 to 17 Units: Proposed Missing Middle Project in the Palisades Doubles in Size

From 9 to 17 Units: Proposed Missing Middle Project in the Palisades Doubles in Size

Nena Perry-Brown | April 11th 2022

The new project will retrofit two houses along MacArthur Boulevard. ... read »

From Arts Space to Missing Middle Housing: A Proposal Off Georgia Avenue

From Arts Space to Missing Middle Housing: A Proposal Off Georgia Avenue

Nena Perry-Brown | March 18th 2022

The owner of the Emergence Community Arts Collective building in Pleasant Plains wants to replace it with eight units. ... read »

From One House to 21 Four-Bedrooms: A Missing Middle Project Planned at Skyland

From One House to 21 Four-Bedrooms: A Missing Middle Project Planned at Skyland

Nena Perry-Brown | February 14th 2022

Some missing middle development is on the boards a few blocks from Skyland Town Center. ... read »

A Missing Middle Pilot Project Proposed in Maryland

A Missing Middle Pilot Project Proposed in Maryland

Nena Perry-Brown | June 23rd 2021

The proposal will deliver 22 duplexes, triplexes, and carriage houses to a single-family rental community. ... read »

A New Missing Middle Housing Bill Introduced in Montgomery County

A New Missing Middle Housing Bill Introduced in Montgomery County

Nena Perry-Brown | December 8th 2020

Councilmember Jawando is also introducing a bill that would implement rent control, of sorts, for apartments within a mile of transit stations. ... 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 Butterworth Mansion: From Best New Listing to 11 Units?

The Butterworth Mansion: From Best New Listing to 11 Units?

Nena Perry-Brown | April 9th 2020

A zoning application would convert a three-unit property in LeDroit Park into 11 units. ... read »

Missing Middle Housing May Remake DC Block

Missing Middle Housing May Remake DC Block

Nena Perry-Brown | March 2nd 2020

A zoning application would turn three rowhouses and a vacant lot into a multifamily development in Park View. ... read »

How Missing Middle Housing Can be Inserted in DC’s Zones

How Missing Middle Housing Can be Inserted in DC’s Zones

Nena Perry-Brown | February 26th 2020

A local architecture firm is lending additional perspective into how missing middle housing can be infilled with the city's existing zoning. ... read »

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