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September 21, 2015: Globe News Wire: Photo Release -- The Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Recognized With Chamber of the Year by the US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

September 16, 2015: Commercial Property Executive: Three Companies, Three Sides, One Development

September 8, 2015: Washington Business Journal: Mixed-use triangle pitched for NoMa square

September 8, 2015: Washington City Paper: District Moves to Expand Affordable Housing With Sustainability in Mind

September 1, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Here’s how DC’s inclusionary zoning program works

August 28, 2015: Washington City Paper: A House Provided

August 8, 2015: East Of the River: Picking Priorities: How DC Council’s Tax Plan Undermines the City’s Commitments to Schools and Affordable Housing 

August 5, 2015: International Living Future Institute: Announcing the Living Building Challenge Affordable Housing Pilot Projects

July 30, 2015: wamu.org: With A 'Strike Force' And $100 Million, Bowser Moves On Affordable Housing

July 16, 2015: District Source: Tenant Group: Developers Want to Create ‘Instant Georgetown’ throughout DC

July 14, 2015: Affordable Housing Finance: Transitional Housing Corp. Names Leader

July 10, 2015: District Chronicles: DHCD Hosts Seventh Annual Housing Expo

July 6, 2015: Huffington Post: 10 Best States for First-Time Homebuyers

July 1, 2015: Washington Informer: D. C. Housing Expo Gets Rave Reviews 

June 30, 2015: GW Hatchet: D.C. Zoning office tightens restrictions on rowhouse additions

June 29, 2015: NonProfit Quarterly: The Remaining Chinese in DC’s Chinatown Fight for Their Sense of Community

June 24, 2015: Philly Voice: America's Chinatowns resisting luxury developments

June 24, 2015: Washington Post: D.C. housing expo is Saturday at convention center

June 23, 2015: Washington Post: Remaining Chinese residents fight to stay near Chinatown neighborhoods

June 23, 2015: DCist: Museum Square Tenants Will Rally to Save Housing Today

June 22, 2015: The Weekly Standard:  A Failed Affordable Housing Program in Washington, D.C.

June 22, 2015: Washington Post: A tax cut D.C. doesn’t need

June 19, 2015: elevationDC: What's 'new' in affordable housing? Not a lot--yet

June 17, 2015: Afro: DC Mayor Bowser, Councilman McDuffie, HUD to Celebrate Ward 5 Affordable Community this Wed. June 17

June 10, 2015: Washington Informer Home Supplement 2015: Homeownership: Affordable To All 

June 15, 2015: District Source: $243,000 for a 2-bedroom Condo: D.C. Sets New Affordable Housing Limits

June 12, 2015: Washington Business Journal: Luxury Southwest D.C. apartment building sells for $91M

June 11, 2015: DCist: New PSA Reminds Bus And Train Riders Of D.C.'s Affordable Housing Crisis

June 10, 2015: The Washington Informer: HUD: Providing Homes for Americans for 50 Years

June 10, 2015: The Washington Informer: Donaldson Embraces D.C.'s Housing Challenges

June 10, 2015: The Washington Informer: DHCD Ward Meetings Bring Agency to Community

June 10, 2015: The Washington Informer: Housing and Community Development Division

June 9, 2015: Real Estate Rama: The Housing Association of Nonprofit Developers Launches “A Day in the Life of a Child” PSA Series to Address Housing Affordability in the Washington, D. C. Region

June 8, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: DC's affordable housing programs are slated to get more money than ever before

June 6, 2015: Washington Post: When big gentrification fights are about more than affordable housing

June 5, 2015: Law|Street: DC Coalition for Housing Justice Honors Local Advocates

June 5, 2015: Washington Business Journal: DC is Pouring Hundreds of Millions Into Affordable Housing

June 5, 2015: Washington Post: What is inclusionary zoning? And can it keep parts of D.C. affordable?

June 1, 2015: Commercial Property Executive: Architect Shalom Baranes Associates Enters Affordable Housing Niche

May 28, 2015: Washington Post: Relisha Rudd’s legacy: Millions to help the homeless in the nation’s capital

May 27, 2015: WJLA: D.C. Council approves fiscal 2016 budget

May 27, 2015: Washington Times: D.C. Council holds taxes and approves housing, may not need budget blessing from Congress

May 27, 2015: Washington Sun: Mayor Bowser and HUD Secretary Julián Castro Tour Shaw Neighborhood

May 27, 2015: NBC4: Several D.C. Neighborhoods Could Be Affected by Parking Changes

May 27, 2015: Washington Business Journal: A gondola study, a Pepco replacement and a bridge park stall: What's in the D.C. Council's budget

May 27, 2015: Elevation DC: Mayor, officials cut ribbon on new affordable housing community in Bellvue

May 27, 2015: WUSA: DC mayor cuts ribbon on affordable housing complex

May 26, 2015: Washington Post: D.C. mayor, council engage in early test of wills over budget

May 22, 2015: Georgetown Patch: Federal and Local Officials Celebrate Construction Kickoff For Channing E Phillips Homes At Shaw-Howard University Metro

May 21, 2015: DCHA: HUD Celebrates 50 Years With a Walking Tour of Shaw

May 21, 2015: Washington Post: Bowser Warns About Service Cuts During Shaw Tour

May 21, 2015: Washington Post: Is pricey Shaw a model for retaining affordability amid regentrification?

May 15, 2015: Washington City Paper: With Crisis Looming, New Housing Chief Lays Out Her Strategy

May 19, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Build more homes

May 13, 2015: Washington Post: Free legal clinic available for small businesses

May 13, 2015: Hill Rag: Is Paul Strauss a Danger to DC Tenants?

May 8, 2015: Commerical Property Executive: More Affordable Housing Coming to D. C.

April 23, 2015: Washington City Paper: Judge Rejects $250 Million Price Tag for Embattled Section 8 Building

April 23, 2015: DCist: At Two New Exhibits, Differing Takes On D.C.'s Development Boom

April 22, 2015: Washington Post: City to hold ward meetings on housing issues

April 19, 2015: District Chronicles: Metro Brief: Mayor Bowser, DC Housing and Community Development kick off Ward by Ward meetings

April 15, 2015: Georgetown Dish: ‘Inclusionary Zoning’ Sales Remain Skimpy

April 14, 2015: Washington Post: D. C. shadow senator feuds with D. C. Council over affordable housing plan

April 14, 2015: Urban Turf: 825 Residential Units Planned for Contentious Mount Vernon Square Site

April 14, 2015: Washington City Paper: Developer Plans to Replace Museum Square With 825 Apartments and Condos

April 14, 2015: Washington City Paper: Stalled New Communities Project Takes a Step Forward

April 12, 2015: Washington Post: Red tape in District's home rehab program leaves seniors in limbo

April 7, 2015: Washington Business Journal: Pers Development sells Petworth condos, before construction is finished

April 6, 2015: WAMU: D. C. Landlords Will Soon Have To Provide Tenant With ‘Bill of Rights’

April 3, 2015: Washington Times: D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser offers $13B budget with sales and parking tax increases

April 3, 2015: Washington City Paper: Bowser Pitches Sales-Tax Hike, Program Cuts to Make Up Budget Shortfall

April 2, 2015: My Fox DC: DC mayor proposes $13 billioon budget that includes tax hikes

April 2, 2015: NBC4: Budget Targets MD., Va. Residents Who Shop, Park in D.C.

April 2, 2015: DCist: The Five Biggest Takeaways From Mayor Bowser’s Budget Proposal

April 1, 2015: Washington Business Journal: D. C. streetcar is back, and other highlights from Mayor Bowser's first State of the District address

March 31, 2015: Washington Post: With real estate deals, D.C. Mayor pushes to "keep prosperity moving"

March 30, 2015: Washington Business Journal: Bowser to open bidding for sites at Waterfront Station, Truxton Circle, Anacostia and Shaw

March 30, 2015: Washington City Paper: It's March Madness for Development, as Bowser Announces New Projects

March 20, 2015: Washington Post: An affordable housing crisis with no end in sight

March 17, 2015: Washington City Paper: Bonds Bill Aims to Protect Museum Square Tenants, Defying Lawsuit From Owner

March 17, 2015: Washington Post: Will the idea to make shipping-container housing spread in D. C.?

March 17, 2015: Washington Post: Bowser, Baker, Leggett sign joint compact to fight homelessness

March 6, 2015: Washington Post: Finish line in sight, African American museum still seeks money and objects

March 6, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Why the right is wrong about affordable housing

March 6, 2015: Green Party: To Make D.C. Truly for the People, We Need Justice First!

March 4, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Why the left is wrong about affordable housing

February 20, 2015: Washington City Paper: Chatter: The Audacity of TOPA

February 18, 2015: Washington City Paper: Legal Fixes Won’t Help Museum Square Tenants, City Says

February 16, 2015: Washington City Paper: After Historic Anacostia Facade Collapses, Neighbors Charge City With “Demolition by Neglect”

February 13, 2015: Urban Turf: How Can I Learn About Affordable Units in DC’s New Buildings?

February 13, 2015: Washington City Paper: Opportunity Costs: How a new loophole could give landlords a bigger edge on D.C. tenants

February 12, 2015: Washington Blade: D.C. must prioritize housing LGBT youth, trans residents

February 9, 2015: District Chronicles: Historic District church opens new chapter

February 6, 2015: Mondaq: United States: D.C. Office Of Planning Takes A Stand Against Pop-Ups With New Zoning Text Amendment 

January 29, 2015: Washington Post: New D.C. mayor pushes to cut housing costs despite budget gap

January 29, 2015: Washington Post: With 4,000 in homeless shelters, D.C. on pace to eclipse record set last year

January 27, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Car-free housing could come to historic Blagden Alley

January 26, 2015: Washington Blade: Gay man to head D.C. Office of API Affairs

January 24, 2015: Buzz Buzz Now: Box it up: 26 shipping container homes proposed for Rosedale

January 23, 2015: Hill Now: PHOTOS: Rosedale Could Get D.C.’s Next Shipping Container Apartments

January 22, 2015: Washington Business Journal: Mystery solved: Neighborhood Development co. acquires U Street lot for 10 stories of residential

January 22, 2015: Elevation DC: Long-neglected Sierra Co-op reopens in Eckington after major renovation

January 22, 2015: Washington Blade: Bowser names lesbian activist as head of GLBT Affairs Office

January 22, 2015: Washington City Paper: Gridlock in Congress Heights: A Promised Neighborhood Transformation Gets Messy

January 21, 2015: Elevation DC: Five-story building coming to an end of H St. NE breaks ground this month

January 13 2015: Novogradac: Initiative Adds Renewable Energy to Affordable Housing in Washington, DC

January 12, 2015: District Chronicles: Metro Brief: New income limits set for D.C. Home Purchase Assistance Program

January 9, 2015: Elevation DC: 10-story apartment on Anacostia waterfront set for second zoning hearing

January 7, 2015: DCist: Advocates Call On Bowser, Zoning Commission To Strengthen Affordable Housing Policies

January 7, 2015: Washington City Paper: Housing Advocates Call for Changes to Struggling Inclusionary Zoning Program

January 5, 2015: Washington Business Journal:  D.C. Council scraps economic development committee

January 5, 2015: Washington City Paper: Meet the New Housing and Development Team


December 31, 2014: Washington City Paper: City Strikes Deal to Preserve Affordability at Threatened Shaw Building

December 29, 2014: Washington City Paper: What’s Ahead in 2015 for D.C. Schools, Housing, and Transit

December 22, 2014: Washington Post: Groups ask DC mayor to make homelessness priority

December 22, 2014: Washington Times: Groups ask DC mayor to make homelessness priority

December 21, 2014: Washington Post: In D.C., faith groups position to be a political force on homelessness

December 20, 2014: Washington Post: Polly Donaldson to lead D.C. housing department

December 20, 2014: Washington Blade: Bowser names lesbian as director of Dept. of Housing

December 12, 2014: Washington City Paper: Losing Control: D.C.'s rent control laws are supposed to keep housing affordable. So, how do landlords keep getting around them?

December 13, 2014: East of the River: What will it take for Busboys & Poets to open in Anacostia?

December 13, 2014: Washington Post: D.C. shuns luxury apartments near Truxton Circle

December 11, 2014: Washington Post: Is it really a new day?

November 29, 2014: KDLG: Red Tape Ties Up Purchases of D.C. Affordable Housing

November 25, 2014: npr: Bureaucratic Hoops Make D.C. Affordable Housing Units Hard To Sell

November 25, 2014: Dcist: Families Displaced By 2008 Fire Return As Building Reopens With Affordable Housing

November 24, 2014: Urban Turf: An All-Affordable Proposal for Florida and Q

November 20, 2014: Washington Post: Bowser should be bold

November 19, 2014: Greater Greater Washington: A bike-ped trail is in the works for New York Ave NE

November 18, 2014: Coalition for Smarter Growth: Coalition for Smarter Growth Applauds Progress in DC’s Inclusionary Zoning Program and Pushes to Strengthen Policy

November 18, 2014: Washington City Paper: City Aims to Shore Up Struggling Inclusionary Zoning Program

November 14, 2014: Dcist: City Helps Open Affordable Condo Building In Anacostia

November 14, 2014: Washington City Paper: Blighted Anacostia Building Reopens as Condos

November 13, 2014: elevation DC: Affordable condos in Anacostia officially open

November 13, 2014: Washington City Paper: Art Burn

November 13, 2014: Washington City Paper: City Looks to Unload 36 Vacant Properties in Wards 6 and 8

November 12, 2014: Washington Business Journal: Is this the new face of mixed-income housing?

November 7, 2014: Washington Post: Inclusionary zoning is working for renters

November 7, 2014: Congress Heights on the Rise: Why a Reeves Center in Anacostia is not exactly the silver bullet everyone is making it out to be.

November 5, 2014: Washingtonpost: Jonetta Rose Barras: No honeymoon for Muriel Bowser

November 3, 2014: Congress Heights on the  Rise: WCP | City Says Controversial Anacostia Development May Move Forward

November 3, 2014: Washington City Paper: City Says Controversial Anacostia Development May Move Forward

November 1, 2014: Washington Post: Flawed DC housing program sticks developer with 2 unsold condos for 3 years

October 31, 2014: Washington City Paper: D.C. Tells Shaw Building Owner It Can’t Raise Rents on Low-Income Tenants

October 30, 2014: Metro Weekly: Mayor Muriel?

October 30, 2014: Washington City Paper: Museum Square Tenants Sue Property Owner Over Demolition Threat

October 28, 2014: Washington City Paper: Council Passes Bill Requiring Affordable Housing on Public Land, Over Gray’s Objection

October 25, 2014: Washington Post: D.C. has allowed dozens of affordable-housing loans to languish in default

October 23, 2014: Washington Post: Is Muriel Bowser swimming with sharks?

October 21, 2014: Washington Post: The District is right to celebrate its efforts on affordable housing

October 16, 2014: Washington Post: Jonetta Rose Barras: Big talk on housing, questionable actions

October 13, 2014: ABC7: Audit questions how D.C. firm Capitol Services Management used tenants' rent

October 12, 2014: WTOP: Audit questions how DC management firm used rent

October 12, 2014: Washington Post: D.C. audit questions how Park Southern property manager spent tenants’ rent

October 9, 2014: Washington Post: Fact check: Did D.C. leave $100 million for affordable housing unspent under Bowser?  

October 8, 2014: Washington Post: This Is How Museum Square’s Owner Justified Its $250 Million Pricetag’

October 6, 2014: Washington Post: D.C. Mayor’s Race Fact Check: Bowser attempted to ‘grease the wheels’

October 5, 2014: Washington Post: After debate about aesthetics and politics, Anacostia artwork is removed

October 1, 2014: Washington City Paper: Is the City to Blame for Anacostia’s Vacant Properties?

September 29, 2014: UDC Just Causes: ARI: Collaborations with Dept. of Housing and Community Development 

September 23, 2014: Washington Business Journal: D.C.’s next gateway project, featuring Wal-Mart, to break ground in 2015

September 12, 2014: Wasington City Paper: Arts Commission Will Remove “Junk”-Looking 5×5 Installation in Anacostia

September 11, 2014: Washington City Paper: Marion Barry on Anacostia Art Project "It Looks Like Junk" 

September 10, 2014: Congress Heights on the Rise: WCP | Why Anacostia Residents Are Calling 311 Over This Art Installation

September 10, 2014: Washington City Paper: Why Anacostia Residents Are Calling 311 Over This Art Installation 

September 3, 2014: dcist: Grosso Proposes Creating Separate Council Committee For Housing

August 20, 2014: The Washington Post: Park Southern is a federal case

August 20, 2014: WAMU News: IRS Seizes Financial Records For Park Southern Apartment Buildings In D.C.

August 19, 2014: SF Gate: IRS reviewing records from D.C. housing complex

August 19, 2014: Helena Independent Record: IRS reviewing records from D.C. housing complex 

August 19, 2014: St. Louis Post-Dipatch: IRS reviewing records from D.C. housing complex

August 19, 2014: 4 NBC Washington: IRS Agents Seize Records at Park Southern Apartments

August 19, 2014: WTOP: IRS reviewing records from D.C. housing complex

August 19, 2014: Times Daily: IRS reviewing records from D.C. housing complex

August 19, 2014: My FOXdc: IRS reviewing records from D.C. housing complex

August 19, 2014: Washington Times: IRS reviewing records from D.C. housing complex

August 19, 2014: Washington City Paper | Loose Lips: IRS Agents Seize Files at Park Southern Housing Complex

August 19, 2014: The Washington Post: IRS reviewing records from DC housing complex

August 19, 2014: The Washington Post: IRS seizes records of D.C. housing complex and backer to Democratic mayoral nominee

August 18, 2014: Congress Heights on the Rise: WASHPO | D.C. housing complex’s decline raises questions about management, politics

August 13, 2014: Washington City Paper | Loose Lips: How Will Phinis Jones and Park Southern Play in the Mayoral Election?

August 13, 2014: Washington City Paper | Housing Complex: Neighbors Back Affordable Housing for 1125 Spring Road, Despite Tension

August 12, 2014: WAMU News: Conditions At Park Southern Apartments In Southeast D.C. Becoming Political Issue

August 12, 2014: WJLA ABC7: D.C. attorney general asks court to mandate sale of crumbling Park Southern Apartments

August 11, 2014: The Washington Post: City wants troubled Park Southern Apartments sold, citing mismanagement

August 8, 2014: Washington City Paper | Housing Complex: City Inquiries Shed Light on Museum Square Owner’s Reversal

August 7, 2014: District Source: 124 Units of Affordable, Homeless Housing to North Capitol NE

August 7, 2014: Washington City Paper | Loose Lips: Political Operative At Center of Park Southern Scandal Sues the District

August 7, 2014: The Washington Post: Company of Phinis Jones, key Bowser ally, sues D.C. over Park Southern contract 

August 7, 2014: CABB Newsletter: CABB’s Success Story: Purchase of a First Time Home in Washington, DC

August 6, 2014: The Washington Post: Black, Asian residents unite to save low-income building near Chinatown

August 5, 2014: Washington City Paper | Housing Complex: Museum Square Tenants Get a Reprieve From Demolition, Eviction

July 31 2014: The Washington Post: Jonetta Rose Barras: It’s soccer vs. affoardable housing in the District

July 31, 2014: The Washington Post: When separate doors for the poor are more than they seem

July 28, 2014: District Source: Museum Square Tenants Exercising TOPA Rights for 401 K St. NW

July 25, 2014: The Washington Post: Park Southern mess should get D.C. Council hearing, David Catania says

July 25, 2014: WAMU News: Catania Asks Bowser To Return Money Linked To Troubled Housing Complex

July 23, 2014: The Washington Post: Jonetta Rose Barras: Plenty of blame to go around on Park Southern controversy

July 18, 2014: Washington City Paper | Loose Lips: Bowser Won’t Hold a Hearing on Missing Park Southern Money

July 18, 2014: E Property Classifieds: City Solicits Developers for 27 Vacant Properties

July 18, 2014: Washington City Paper | Housing Complex: City Solicits Developers for 27 Vacant Properties

July 18, 2014: The Washington Post: Bowser defends her actions in Park Southern takeover controversy

July 18, 2014: The Washington Post: Colbert King: Is Muriel Bowser going to bat for the taxpayers or her backers?

July 16, 2014: My FOXdc: Investigation looking into problems at DC’s Park Southern Housing complex

July 16, 2014: 4 NBC Washington: Financial Dealings at Park Southern Apartment Complex Under Investigation

July 16, 2014: Washington City Paper | Loose Lips: Much of “Missing” Park Southern Money Has Been Spent, Former Manager Claims

July 16, 2014: The Washington Post: D. C. officials turn to Bowser supporter for answers in Park Southern controversy

July 14, 2014: Washington City Paper | Loose Lips: Catania Pushes for Council Investigation of Housing Complex Tied to Bowser Backers

July 14, 2014: The Washington Post: Aiming to quiet critics, Muriel Bowser requests investigations of Park Southern

July 14, 2014: Catania for Mayor: Bowser Refuses to Ask Questions About How Over $1 Million In Affordable Housing Money Went Missing

July 14, 2014: The Washington Post: Gray campaign accuses head of Park Southern nonprofit of ‘double dealing’

July 13, 2014: The Washington Post: D.C. housing complex’s decline raises questions about management, politics

July 9, 2014: Washington City Paper | Housing Complex: Bull in Chinatown: Developer Tells Section 8 Tenants to Pay Up or Get Out

June 26, 2014: issuu.com: Housing Expo Attracts First-Time Homebuyers 

June 24, 2014: Washington Informer: DC Housing Expo Attracts First-Time Homebuyers

June 16, 2014: Washington  Blade: What D.C. landlords, tenants should know about TOPA

June 2014: Washington Informer’s Homeownership Supplement. DHCD, Keeping DC Affordable for All

June 4, 2013: The Washington Post.com: D.C. Housing Expo and Home Show is set for June 21

May 22, 2014: Washington Business Journal: 16 Ways D.C. can change how it does business with businesses

May 22, 2014: Congress Heights on the Rise: In Pictures | CREW DC Anacostia Tour

May 14, 2014: Congress Heights on the Rise: May 20 | Anacostia Neighborhood Development Tour + Q & A

May 14, 2014: Washington Post: Jonetta Rose Barras: Want more affordable housing? Remember the renters

May 13, 2014: Washington City Paper | Housing Complex: Which D.C. Neighborhoods Were Gentrifying in 1979?

May 13, 2014: Greater Greater Washington.org: In 1979, was your neighborhood "sound or distressed"?

May 1, 2014: CNHED: Why DC should invest in HPAP

April 24, 2014: Washington City Paper | Housing Complex: The Benefits (Mostly) of Moving Families From High-Poverty Neighborhoods

April 16, 2014: The Washington Post.com: Under zoning code, few restrictions on what can be built on NE property

April 9, 2014: World News.com: DC to buy Anacosta Metro Site for $1.5M

April 9, 2014: Washington Business Journal: D.C. to buy Anacostia Metro site for $1.5M

April 9, 2014: Nixon Peabody: Metro and DHCD Cooperating for Potential Affordable  Housing

April 8, 2014: World News.com: Release the 2014 Notice of Funding Availability (District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency)

April 3, 2014: Dcist: Gray’s FY15 Features Large Investment In Schools, Affordable Housing

March 31, 2014: Greater Greater Washington.org: To preserve or redevelop? One man will soon decide for a key Anacostia site

March 22, 2014: The Washington Post: In D.C.mayor’s race, Vincent Gray has secret weapon: Support of growing ex-prisoner vote

Spring 2014: Affordable Housing News: Affordable Housing That Lasts

March 14, 2014: Greater Greater Washington.org: East of the River neighborhoods rebrand themselves as CHASE

March 5, 2014: Greater Greater Washington.org: DC’s mayoral candidates voice ideas for affordable housing

February 25, 2014: The Washington Post: Transcript: Muriel Bowser on economic development

February 18, 2014: Greater Greater Washington.org: Plans to redevelop Anacostia’s Big K site hinge on two historic houses?

February 12, 2014: Afro: D.C.’s Inclusionary Zoning Affordable Housing Program Finding Success

February 11, 2011: The Washington Post.com: Debate over Anacostia houses focuses on preservation, commercial development

February 11, 2014: Enterprise: Co-ops preserve affordable housing in rapidly changing neighborhoods

January 24, 2014: HillRag.com:  Inclusionary Zoning Lottery and Orientation

January 9, 2014: dc.urbanturf.com: First-Timer Primer: DC’s Home Buyer Assistance Programs

January-February 2014: Green Building & Design: Empowered House

January 8, 2014: Washington Post:  D. C.'s Lincoln Heights waits for renewal as city's affordable-housing strategy languishes


December 24, 2013 : Washington Post: My First Apartment | Income restrictions prove to be obstacle in housing search

December 20, 2013: Greater Greater Washington.org: Can affordable housing create wealth and stay affordable?  

December 19, 2013: WashingtonCityPaper.com:  Zoning, inclusionary

December 19, 2013: WashingtonCityPaper.com:  Housing, affordable

December 17, 2013: Broadwayworld.com: Somerset Development Company, National Housing Trust-Enterprise Preservation Corporation, Jonathan Rose Companies and the Rose Green Cities Fund Purchase Channel Square A

December 15, 2013: Asian Fortune: OAPIA Supports Asian American Businesses Through New Initiatives

December 11, 2013: The Washington Post.com: Developers purchase Channel Square Apartments in SW, plan 'green' renovations

December 4, 2013: dc.curbed.com: DC's First Passive House Unveiled; The FBI Is So Over Hoover

November 26, 2013: Washington City Paper | Housing Complex:  Adams Morgan’s Funkiest House Is About to Realize Its Dream

November 20, 2013: Washington Informer: Gray, City Officials Announce $187 Million Investment in Affordable Housing

November 20, 2013: Congress Heights on the Rise:  Hey Anacostia – you are getting 180 new units “affordable” housing! Aren’t you happy?!

November 20, 2013: Washington City Paper | Housing Complex: Where That $187 Million for Affordable Housing is Coming From, and How It’ll Be Spent

November 12, 2013: East of the River DC News:  L’Enfant Trust Begins Restoration of Historic Anacostia Homes

November 6, 2013: RealEstateRama:  DHCD Opens Public Comment Period on its Draft Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing

November 2, 2013: TheSouthwester.com: For Sale? For Redevelopment

October 31, 2013: Urban Turf: Boutique Condos in Eckington Offer Luxury Amenities 

October 30, 2013: Washington Post:  In survey, Washington’s real estate industry sees “severe” affordable housing shortage

October 13, 2013: Eastoftheriverdcnews.com: Big K Opposed by Community | Historic Review Board Rejects Latest Plan

October 8, 2013: The Washington Informer: Campaign Helps Minorities Recognize Housing Discrimination

October 7, 2013: Curbed: Big K Plans Rejected

October 4, 2013: WashingtonCityPaper.com: Housing Complex | Historic Preservation Board Rejects Big K Plans

October 3, 2013: Washington City Paper.com: Housing Complex | Fee Cycle

October 2, 2013: TheSouthwester.com: DC Launches Community Plan for SW

September 25, 2013: Curbed: Inclusionary Zoning Progress

September 24, 2013: WashingtonCityPaper.com:  This D.C. Affordable Housing Program is a Bargain. So Why’s It Underfunded?

September 24, 2013: HillRag.com: Inclusionary Zoning Lottery Offers Opportunities for Affordable Housing Purchase and Rental

September 24, 2013: GreaterGreaterWashington.org: Inclusionary Zoning making slow progress

September 18, 2013: WashingtonCityPaper.com:  Housing Complex | On Affordable Housing, the Feds Pull Back Their Helping Hand 

September 11, 2013: WashingtonCityPaper.com: Housing Complex | Rental Block

Septermber 10, 2013: EatShopLiveAnacostia.com: DHCD Update | Big K Site Development Update

September 9, 2013: WashingtonCityPaper.com:  Housing Complex | The Two Sides of Tax Lien Sales 

September 5, 2013: Washington City Paper: Housing Complex | Big K Plans Draw Jeers From Anacostia Crowd

September 5, 2013: CongressHeightsontheRise.com: HOUSING COMPLEX | Big K Plans Draw Jeers From Anacostia Crowd

August 20, 2013: Washington City Paper: What Should D.C. Learn From Other Cities’ Inclusionary Zoning? (Not Much.)

August 8, 2013: News Channel 8: News Talk with Bruce DePuyt

August 7, 2013: Washington City Paper: HOUSING COMPLEX | Swap and Go

July 22, 2013: Greater Greater Washington: Long-awaited redevelopment in Anacostia could begin soon

July 10, 2013: Yahoo News:  DC Department of Housing and Community Development, Urban Pace and CAS Riegler Announce the Sale of the First Inclusionary Zoning Home in DC

July 10, 2013: The Sacramento Bee:  DC Department of Housing and Community Development, Urban Pace and CAS Riegler Announce the Sale of the First Inclusionary Zoning Home in DC

July 10, 2013: News9.com: DC Department of Housing and Community Development, Urban Pace and CAS Riegler Announce the Sale of the First Inclusionary Zoning Home in DC

July 10, 2013: Sys-Con Media: DC Department of Housing and Community Development, Urban Pace and CAS Riegler Announce the Sale of the First Inclusionary Zoning Home in DC

July 10, 2013: The Wall Street Journal: DC Department of Housing and Community Development, Urban Pace and CAS Riegler Announce the Sale of the First Inclusionary Zoning Home in DC

July 10, 2013: Washington City Paper: At Long Last, D.C. Sells Its First Inclusionary Zoning Unit

July 3, 2013: Washington Post: Groups fight to overcome lack of affordable housing in D.C. region

July 3, 2013: Washington Post: Where to find affordable homes

July 2, 2013: Washington Business Journal: Lucrative lot: D.C. to put Shaw property on the market

July 2, 2013: Urban Turf: The Pursuit: A Home For 50% Off

June 13, 2013: Wahington City Paper: Report: Zero Inclusionary Zoning Units Sold or Rented as of December

June 12, 2013: Washington Post:  Firings at Latino Economic Development Center trigger ruckus, threaten grants

June 12, 2013: Washington Informer: Maintaining and Preserving DC Homes Is DHCD's Bailiwick

June 12, 2013: Washington City Paper: Lost and Foundering

June 2013: Washington Informer: Homeownwership Supplement [PDF]

June 2013: HUD Sustainable Communities Resource Center: Grantee Spotlight: A Plan to Foster Community Development and Benefit Residents in Southeast DC



October 22, 2012: greatergreaterwashington.org: Demolition and Restoration Continues at Big K Site

October 12, 2012: www.expressnightout.com: Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act Helps Renters Become Owners

July 30, 2012: wamu.org: WAMU Reports on Capital Area Food Bank’s New Facility with Funding Provided by DHCD

July 30, 2012: Washington Post: Capital Area Food Bank Opens New $37M Facility with $15.7M from DHCD

July 25, 2012: dcmud.blogspot.com: DHCD Funded Project Victory Square Opens In Parkside Neighborhood

June 21, 2012: Washington Post: The Washington Post Reports on Lead Safe Washington Program

April 12, 2012: Washington Post: The Washington Post Reports on the 4th Annual Housing Expo



March 23, 2011: myfoxdc.com: Fox5 Report on Cardozo High Construction Project - DHCD