District of Columbia Zoning Commission Case No. 11-17
Research Archive [full archive at Zoning Commission site: Type “11-17”]
- Proposed Hotel Developer Website
- PROPOSED ZONING COMMISSION ORDER AS WRITTEN BY DEVELOPER
- Submission to the Zoning Commission by Impacted Neighbors
(Part 1 // Part 2)
- Letter from the Office of Latino Affairs (noting displacement fears)
- Inquiry from Congresswoman Norton to Office of Planning (still no response from the Office of Planning)
- The District of Columbia Comprehensive Plan
- Click here for an array of policies and action items completely ignored during the hotel zoning hearings and planning process: Adams Morgan Element (Mid City); Housing Policies; Retaining Small Business Policies; and Building an “Inclusive City”
- Why did the Office of Planning and Zoning Commission look at only the architectural aspects of this proposed hotel project and ignore key provisions of the Comprehensive Plan which contend with social and economic impacts on the surrounding small minority businesses and residents?
- Was the choice to ignore these key policies and strategies of the Comprehensive Plan an act of purposeful neglect by the Office of Planning and Zoning Commission?
- If the result of ignoring these key social and economic impacts of the Comprehensive Plan leads to gentrification of small businesses and residents does this rise to a form of discrimination?