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Resiliency

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

More Details, and More-Detailed Renderings, for One of the Largest Developments Planned in DC

More Details, and More-Detailed Renderings, for One of the Largest Developments Planned in DC

Nena Perry-Brown | December 15th 2020

ANC 6D commissioners raised concerns about how the Buzzard Point project incorporates sustainability, resiliency, and affordability.... read»

From Chevy Chase to Congress Heights: The New Small Area Plans in The Works For DC

From Chevy Chase to Congress Heights: The New Small Area Plans in The Works For DC

Nena Perry-Brown | December 2nd 2020

The Office of Planning has five new Small Area Plan efforts in the pipeline.... read»

The DC Neighborhoods At Risk of Flooding As Early As Next Year

The DC Neighborhoods At Risk of Flooding As Early As Next Year

Nena Perry-Brown | October 18th 2019

The recent Comprehensive Plan amendments note the possibility of high flood risk along a tributary of the Anacostia River.... read»

NIMBYs, TODs and 100-Year Floods: Land Use Amendments Reflect DC's Changing Development Priorities

NIMBYs, TODs and 100-Year Floods: Land Use Amendments Reflect DC's Changing Development Priorities

Nena Perry-Brown | October 16th 2019

This Element of the recently released Comprehensive Plan draft establishes new growth priorities while undermining NIMBY arguments.... read»

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