Grant investigator: Alexander Berger
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The Open Philanthropy Project recommended a grant of $250,000 over two years to Greater Greater Washington to continue our support for its work on housing affordability and land use reform. We think it is mostly too early to tell whether its work has had any impact on housing construction or affordability, though we see the coalition it has helped coordinate in support of including more housing in D.C.’s revised Comprehensive Plan as a promising initial step.1
|Greater Greater Washington, Grant Renewal Request April 2017||Source|
|Vox, “A promising new coalition looks to rewrite the politics of urban housing”||Source (archive)|