Washington DC

Washington Housing Initiative: Context and Contribution

Blog: Innovative Models to Preserve Affordable Housing Are Even More Important in the Aftermath of COVID-19​

Appraising the District's rentals

Why the housing crisis is a problem for everyone - even wealthy homeowners

Region's elected officials urge their governments to commit to affordable-housing targets

Report: 374,000 new homes needed to alleviate housing shortfall

Without more housing soon, leaders fear declining quality of life

D.C. area leaders to set broad housing construction targets to address affordability crisis


Single-family zoning and neighborhood characteristics in the District of Columbia

Most experts agree that D.C. needs more housing. But building costs loom as a significant challenge.

Gentrification in D.C. means widespread displacement, study finds

The exodus from Greater Washington continues

A luxury home firewall could save this neighborhood from Amazon's HQ2

What housing does the District's workforce need?

Making workforce housing work for D.C.

D.C. has the highest 'intensity' of gentrification of any U.S. city, study says

The most expensive commutes in America aren't in NYC or San Francisco

Who's hit hardest by the affordable housing shortage? 

What HQ2 could mean for the Washington region's housing market, in 7 charts


D.C. residents must earn $34.48 an hour to afford a two-bedroom home, report says

Strategies for Increasing Housing Supply in High-Cost Cities

General & policy

Envisioning a national preservation strategy

A $34B rent debt crisis is looming over the multifamily market

Preserving affordable housing

Using a down market to launch affordable housing strategies

Filtering of apartment housing between 1980 and 2019

The conundrum affordable housing poses for the nation

"Naturally Occurring Affordable Housing" is Disappearing

Untangling the housing shortage and gentrification

How a Section 8 experiment could reveal a better way to escape poverty

Institutional investing and affordable housing: a brief history and vision for the future

The state of the nation's housing 2019

These states are turning to rent control: how it affects affordable housing


Social purpose REITs tackle affordable housing challenges

Four years, $13 million and dozens of hands: how 'affordable housing' gets made in America

How placemaking can empower urban communities, not tear them apart

Turning point for public housing

Where landlords discriminate

Rich cities created the housing shortage

Housing vouchers mostly move families into impoverished neighborhoods, even when better apartments exist elsewhere

The case for nonprofit housing managers

How affordable housing gets built

The low-income housing tax credit: past achievements, future challenges

How the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act put affordable housing production at risk

Nine rules for better housing policy

NYU Furman Center and Abt Associates launch tool to tackle high housing costs


Reframing affordable housing

Opportunity and housing access

Preserving multifamily workforce and affordable housing

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