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Detailed urban design and economic studies that build the case for the cityís approach to modifying the height act are currently being prepared by the Districtís Office of Planning, according to Chief of Staff Tanya Washington Stern. Stern said the city hopes to release its draft recommendation later this month, after a consultation with the mayorís office.
Both agencies shared models of potential changes to D.C.ís skyline with the public during a series of meetings earlier this summer and received verbal and written feedback, much of which appeared critical of a taller D.C. Next up in the process is another 30-day period for public review. The NCPC expects to take final action to approve the report at its Nov. 7 meeting, then present its findings to the committee.