New Housing Trend In D.C.

New housing developments have cropped up in areas of D.C. once known for their crime and poverty.
November 11, 2005, 8am PST | Brenda Meyer
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"Since 2000, more new housing developments, totaling nearly 8,000 units, have been built in the area -- which includes the neighborhoods of Anacostia, Barry Farms, Congress Heights and Shipley Terrace -- than anywhere else in the District except near downtown.

Most of the new homes are designed for families with low or moderate incomes and are financed in part by the D.C. government at a time when housing in many neighborhoods in the region is too expensive for all but the most affluent."

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Published on Monday, November 7, 2005 in The Washington Post
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