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Pandemic

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

DC Announces $10 Million Affordable Housing Rent Relief Program

DC Announces $10 Million Affordable Housing Rent Relief Program

Nena Perry-Brown | November 30th 2020

Mayor Muriel Bowser announced the grant program on Monday, and affordable housing and small landlords will be able to apply directly starting... read »

Big Changes Planned For One of Union Market’s Largest Projects

Big Changes Planned For One of Union Market’s Largest Projects

Nena Perry-Brown | November 12th 2020

A year after this Union Market development was first proposed, it is being pared back — the pandemic effect? ... read »

EDENS Seeks Two-Year Extension for Expansion of Union Market

EDENS Seeks Two-Year Extension for Expansion of Union Market

Nena Perry-Brown | November 10th 2020

The developer cites the pandemic for delays on approved additions to the Union Market building. ... read »

Rent Control Reform Hearing Highlights Gulf Between Tenants and Landlords in DC

Rent Control Reform Hearing Highlights Gulf Between Tenants and Landlords in DC

Nena Perry-Brown | November 9th 2020

The DC Council Committee on Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization started a marathon hearing on rent control reform this morning. ... read »

In-Person Home Showings in DC Remain Higher Than 2019

In-Person Home Showings in DC Remain Higher Than 2019

Nena Perry-Brown | September 28th 2020

Between low interest rates and loosening pandemic-related restrictions in the DC area, prospective home buyers are increasingly willing to get out... read »

The Party is Over: Airbnb Bans Parties, Caps Occupancy At All Listings

The Party is Over: Airbnb Bans Parties, Caps Occupancy At All Listings

Nena Perry-Brown | August 21st 2020

Following reports of parties at Airbnbs since the pandemic began, the short-term rental company is putting its foot down. ... read »

Could an Air-Quality Monitor Detect Coronavirus in Your Building?

Could an Air-Quality Monitor Detect Coronavirus in Your Building?

Nena Perry-Brown | August 17th 2020

A Tysons-based company is testing out air quality-monitoring technology to detect COVID. ... read »

With Nearly Half of DC Renters Rent-Burdened, Urban Institute Recommends Federal Housing Relief

With Nearly Half of DC Renters Rent-Burdened, Urban Institute Recommends Federal Housing Relief

Nena Perry-Brown | August 10th 2020

Maryland and DC are two areas hardest hit by the pandemic-amplifying housing crisis. ... read »

Property Showings in DC Are Back to 2019 Levels

Property Showings in DC Are Back to 2019 Levels

Nena Perry-Brown | July 28th 2020

Showings in DC are now hovering around the averages seen at the same time in 2019. ... read »

White House Advisor Suggests COVID Relief Bill Will Extend Eviction Moratorium

White House Advisor Suggests COVID Relief Bill Will Extend Eviction Moratorium

Nena Perry-Brown | July 27th 2020

Republicans are expected to introduce a bill today that will extend the federal moratorium (and send out another round of $1,200 checks). ... read »

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