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Public Housing

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

Thursday’s Must Reads

Thursday’s Must Reads

Nena Perry-Brown | September 17th 2020

The future of climate change migration; another DC construction site collapse; and the history of the Purple Line, from 1983 to the present. ... read »

With Development on Pause, Office of Planning Applies to Create Barry Farm Zone

With Development on Pause, Office of Planning Applies to Create Barry Farm Zone

Nena Perry-Brown | September 14th 2020

The tailored zoning designation is meant to help facilitate the on-hold New Communities Initiative redevelopment. ... read »

Raze Permits Filed for Park Morton for 2021 Groundbreaking

Raze Permits Filed for Park Morton for 2021 Groundbreaking

Nena Perry-Brown | August 19th 2020

The two-phase public housing redevelopment has spent the last few years in limbo. ... read »

1,100 Units, Retail and a Two Acre Park: The Latest Plans for Barry Farm

1,100 Units, Retail and a Two Acre Park: The Latest Plans for Barry Farm

Nena Perry-Brown | September 6th 2019

The Historic Preservation Review Board is expected to rule later this month on whether to grant landmark status to the remaining units at Barry Farm. ... read »

Bill Introduced in DC to Help Housing Authority Residents Build Credit

Bill Introduced in DC to Help Housing Authority Residents Build Credit

Nena Perry-Brown | March 8th 2017

Yesterday, DC councilmember Anita Bonds introduced legislation to make it easier for public housing residents to build credit, giving them access to... read »

HOPE VI Projects Help Dissolve Crime

HOPE VI Projects Help Dissolve Crime

Shilpi Paul | January 11th 2012 | 5 Comments

A new study from the Urban Institute shows that crime around HOPE VI projects doesn't just move, it disappears. ... read »

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