Loudoun Leaders Look to Lure Millennials by Building Housing They Can Afford

By October 14, 2019Featured, In the News

BISNOW – The wealthiest county in the U.S., Loudoun County is filled with million-dollar mansions where the D.C. region’s executives reside. But public officials and developers say the county needs to build more housing that young people and service industry workers can afford.

“I know we have a high median income, but I don’t want a county where you have to make $140K to live here,” Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Chair Phyllis Randall said last week at Bisnow’s Loudoun County State of the Market. “The unmet housing need is something that we have been focused on.”



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