*Average Monday – Friday daily ridership on the week beginning with the date listed
June 2015 – Between 2011 and 2023, the Greater Washington region is projected to add 410,380 new households, including workers and their families, retirees, students and others . This analysis forecasts the Area Median Income group of the households, as well as the type and tenure of the housing units they occupy.
May 2015 – The purpose of this paper is to examine how and where rental residences have formed over the past 25 years and why this cluster of preferred rental housing choices has moved over time.
The Washington region’s economy has undergone a major structural change since 2010 and has since under performed its peer metros. The Roadmap identifies an alternative to this current slow-growth pattern.
June 2012 – Approval of new residential projects in local jurisdictions around the region has become cumbersome, expensive and risky. This research analyses the impact of the regulatory processes on housingin Montgomery and Fairfax Counties.
September 2012 – Complementing recent research on the residential development process in Montgomery County, this study finds that regulatory process in Fairfax County can add $30-$60K to the cost of a new single-family or townhouse unit and $15-$20K to cost of a multi-family unit.