The Need to Remove Excessive Hurdles From Residential Development in the District

The Need to Remove Excessive Hurdles From Residential Development in the District
Jeffrey H. Gelman
Pipeline, a publication of the District of Columbia Building Industry Association

In this article, Jeffrey H. Gelman, a partner in the Real Estate Practice and a member of the District of Columbia Building Industry Association's Board of Directors and Executive Committee, writes about how the highly regulated housing market in the District of Columbia should be reviewed and perhaps pruned to encourage development in the District as the housing market approaches the early stages of recovery.