Is the largest employment center and a cultural, dining and entertainment hub supported by a growing adjacent residential population.
Georgetown is an internationally known shopping district with nearly 2.2 million sf of retail space and approximately 3 million sf of office space.
The Foggy Bottom/West End neighborhoods boast institutional campuses such as The George Washington University, George Washington Hospital, and contemporary mixed-use projects to achieve a perfectly balanced powerhouse community.
The Central Business District, also known as The Golden Triangle, is the heart of DC business, home to more than 3,000 organizations, 200 restaurants, 300 shops and retailers, 7 hotels and 6 national parks.
One of DC’s most diverse and celebrated neighborhoods with more than 150 restaurants and 100 retail shops, extremely walkable blocks and easy access to housing, offices and the Metro.
Located just five blocks south of the U.S. Capitol, the Capitol Riverfront offers a waterfront setting with a distinct maritime heritage, multi-modal accessibility, nationally-recognized parks, and vibrant retail.
Mount Vernon Triangle is a vibrant, accessible, and growing mixed-use neighborhood that is integral to the success of an increasingly active downtown DC.
A thriving live-work neighborhood. With an average of more than 111,000 pedestrians, 54,000 office workers and 11 new apartment buildings, NoMa is one of the fastest-growing neighborhood in DC.
Woodley Park is home to the National Zoo and its location is ideal for businesses and professionals seeking a touch of tranquility.
The H Street Corridor has steadily returned to rank as one of the DC’s most eclectic and innovative neighborhood commercial & residential districts.
14th & U Street corridors is where young professionals come to experience some of the best mix of retail, fashion, residential, high-end dining, entertainment and cultural offerings in DC.
Four major corridors meet at this location – Rhode Island Avenue, Florida Avenue, New York Avenue and North Capitol Street, which serve as gateways into DC
Home to distinctive urban row houses, neighborhood parks, historic institutions and growing businesses fronting Georgia Avenue, the longest commercial corridor in DC.