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Strange bedfellows: D.C. developers join nonprofits to advocate for affordable housing

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01 Feb Strange bedfellows: D.C. developers join nonprofits to advocate for affordable housing

Several D.C.-area developers are joining with nonprofits and housing advocates to raise awareness of the need for affordable housing as the District works toward an update of its comprehensive plan.

Read more at the Washington Business Journal.

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