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Office Of Planning
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DC's Plan to Build 33,000 Housing Units on New York Avenue by 2043
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»
How New Design Guidelines Could Give Chevy Chase DC a Facelift
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»
Is This How Upper Connecticut Avenue Could Look?
Nena Perry-Brown | January 31st 2022
The DC Office of Planning is envisioning how part of the corridor could develop some density.... read»
A Move to Upzone a Stretch of Benning Road
Nena Perry-Brown | January 5th 2022
The upzoning would mandate additional Inclusionary Zoning units for developments along the existing streetcar line.... read»
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DC Office of Planning Proposes By-Right Conversions to Residential
Nena Perry-Brown | January 4th 2022
The rule change would apply to buildings constructed after November 1978 in mixed-use and downtown zones.... read»
The New Plans For More Housing West of Rock Creek
Nena Perry-Brown | December 16th 2021
Today, several programs and initiatives were announced related to housing production in Rock Creek West.... read»
The Future of Friendship Heights?
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»
DC's Zoning Commission Approves Expansion of Inclusionary Zoning Requirements
Nena Perry-Brown | March 12th 2021
With the zoning amendment, more new map amendment approvals will trigger higher Inclusionary Zoning requirements.... read»
DC's Office of Planning Proposes Requiring Inclusionary Zoning Units in Residential Conversions
Nena Perry-Brown | March 2nd 2021
The expansion efforts for this incremental affordable housing production tool continue in DC.... read»
More Development on Connecticut Avenue? ANC 3C Passes Pro-Density Resolution
Nena Perry-Brown | February 18th 2021
ANC 3C approved a resolution in favor of the Office of Planning's suggestion to increase the density prescription for a commercial stretch of Connecti... read»
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