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Single-family homes take up a lot of space in the District – Greater Greater Washington

Single-family homes take up a lot of space in the District – Greater  Greater Washington
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Are you considering building your fully customized home in Washington, DC and wondering why many others are settling for buying reseller houses instead?

Read on, here are some of the greater reasons why along with more solutions at RodwellBuildingServices

Julie Strupp is Greater Greater Washington's Managing Editor. She's a journalist committed to building inclusive, equitable communities and finding solutions. Previously she's written for DCist, Washingtonian, the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, and others. You can usually find her sparring with her judo club, pedaling around the city, or hanging out on her Columbia Heights stoop.

Map of Single family Housing units in the District of Columbia by Yesim Sayin Taylor
Map of Single family Housing units in the District of Columbia by Yesim Sayin Taylor

This map from the DC Policy Center shows what an overwhelming amount of the District's housing stock is comprised of single-family homes. Most of the housing outside of downtown DC consists of low-density buildings, illustrated above in purple, its new report "Taking Stock of the District’s Housing Stock" shows.

The DC Policy Center estimates that about 303,950 housing units are available to District residents. Of these, 93,470 are single-family homes that make up 30% of the housing stock but a whopping 80% of the residential buildings. The remaining 23,900 buildings hold about 120,600 rental apartment units, 64,300 condominiums, and 28,600 co-op units.

"The footprint of small, single, or double unit buildings in the District is extremely large, giving certain parts of the city a suburban feeling," an article about the report says. "For a land-constrained city, the District has set aside a significant amount of land for low-rise, low occupancy housing units."

So why does that matter? DC and the region as a whole are experiencing a housing shortage, which is driving up the cost of rent. The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG) says the region needs 115,000 additional homes above current projections by 2045, or about 25,600 total new units per year, to meet re

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