The District of Columbia has undergone many demographic and economic shifts over the past decade. While high rates of home foreclosures and unemployment persist, sustained population growth and development of neighborhoods continue to change the face of the city. This report is an update of the Urban Institutes 2008 neighborhood report prepared for the D.C. Office of Planning. It provides a comparative analysis of the following: demographics; jobs and income; housing; education; health; family, youth, and seniors; safety and security; and the natural and built environment and transportation (new to the 2010 report).
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