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Public Housing

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

Groundwork to Begin on First Phase of Park Morton Redevelopment

Groundwork to Begin on First Phase of Park Morton Redevelopment

Nena Perry-Brown | October 8th 2021

A portion of the New Communities Initiative public housing redevelopment is being reconsidered by the Zoning Commission later this month. ... read »

The Details of President Biden’s Proposed $213 Billion Housing Plan

The Details of President Biden’s Proposed $213 Billion Housing Plan

Nena Perry-Brown | June 10th 2021

The proposal suggests using a combination of programs to incentivize eliminating exclusionary zoning and producing and preserving affordable housing. ... read »

DC Housing Authority Identifies Preferred Co-Developer for Greenleaf Gardens

DC Housing Authority Identifies Preferred Co-Developer for Greenleaf Gardens

Nena Perry-Brown | October 16th 2020

The DCHA Board of Commissioners voted down a resolution that would allow the agency to begin negotiations. ... 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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