Inclusionary Zoning in DC

DC makes some of its affordable housing serve less wealthy residents (but not the poorest)

With Oregon's recent change to allow inclusionary zoning, Eugene will be considering how to make use of this tool.  This article from Greater Greater Washington discusses how Washington, DC has used inclusionary zoning and some of the problems and solutions they've encountered.

Inclusionary Zoning (IZ) is a market-based tool for creating affordable housing that serves people of moderate incomes. Private developers still build housing as they wish, but have to rent or sell a small percentage of units to people making less money. It’s had some success, but debate about the program continues.
— David Whitehead, Greater Greater Washington