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2017 EDITION

An IEDC Gold Excellence in Economic


Development award-winning
publication series*
The Washington DCEconomic Partnership would like to acknowledge our public and
private sector board members whose continued financial support and guidance has
made the DC Neighborhood Profiles: 2017 Edition possible.

PUBLIC SECTOR PARTNERS

PRIVATE SECTOR PARTNERS

CITY FIRST
BANK OF DC

FO E
R D S R
C FUTU

BOARD MEMBERS

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Raj Aggarwal Chris Delucchi Norman Jemal


Board Chairman, Think Local First President, Delucchi Plus Vice President, Douglas Development Corporation
Brian Kenner / Co-Chair Brian Argrett Timothy J. Duggan Lisa Mallory
Deputy Mayor, President & CEO, City First Bank of DC Senior Vice President and CEO, DC Building Industry Association
Office of Planning & Joseph Askew Commercial Regional Group Scott Nordheimer
Economic Development Vice President, Government Relations, Verizon Manager, TD Bank Senior Advisor, Urban Atlantic
Melinda Bolling Daniel Duke Gregory ODell
Richard Lake / Co-Chair
Director, Department of Consumer & Principal Mid Atlantic Region, President and CEO, Events DC
Managing Principal,
Regulatory Affairs Bohler Engineering
Roadside Development William Rich
Steven C. Boyle Angela Franco President, Delta Associates
Robin Mosle / Vice-Chair President & CEO,
Managing Director, EDENS Jennifer Rudy
Executive Vice President, Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber
The JBG Companies Jean-Luc Brami of Commerce Strategic Partnerships, U.S. Office of Civic Innovation,
Vice President, Gelberg Signs Microsoft Corporation
Jennifer Eugene / Secretary Angie M. Gates
Manager, Engineered Sales, Kenneth Brewer Director, Office of Motion Picture and Tara Scanlon
Washington Gas Executive Director, H Street Community Development Television Development Partner, Holland & Knight
Corporation Olivia Shay-Byrne
Timothy F. Veith John M. Germano
DC Market President, United Bank Stacy Burnette Executive Managing Director, CBRE Partner, K&L Gates
Senior Director, Government & Regulatory Affairs, Comcast Michael Stevens
Keith Sellars / President Cable Lynn Hackney
President, Allyson Capital President, Capitol Riverfront BID
President & CEO, WDCEP Brunson Cooper
Ana Recio Harvey Stephen C. Taylor
Karima Woods / Managing Director, Corenic Commissioner, Department of Insurance,
Construction Group Director, Dept. of Small & Local
DMPED Representative Securities & Banking
Business Development
Director of Business Donna M. Cooper
Stan Jackson Mitch Weintraub
Development & Strategy, Region President, Pepco
President & CEO, Anacostia Economic Partner, Cordia Partners
Office of Planning &
Adam Davis Development Corporation
Economic Development
Vice President of Development,
Foulger-Pratt Development

*The WDCEP was awarded a Gold Excellence in Economic Development by the International Economic Development Council (IEDC) for its Washington, DC Neighborhood Profiles: 2016 Edition.
DISTRICT OF
COLUMBIA
THE DISTRICT OF
COLUMBIA HAS BEEN
EXPERIENCING an urban
renewal for the past two
decades, with billions of
dollars in new investments
in its downtown,
neighborhoods and along
its waterfront. These
developments along with
new retail, restaurants
and entertainment options
have resulted in the
reemergence of several
historic commercial
neighborhoods and a
growing population with
an entrepreneurial spirit.

57,400/
76K 1.3
MILLION
82%
INCREASE IN POPULATION DC METRO AREA JOB GROWTH
SINCE 20101 RETAIL SQUARE FEET IN 2016 / % OF JOB GROWTH
UNDER CONSTRUCTION2 ATTRIBUTED TO THE PRIVATE
SECTOR3

RESTAURANT CITY
#1 $12.7
DC WAS NAMED "RESTAURANT
BILLION
CITY OF THE YEAR" BY BON TAXABLE RETAIL &
APPETIT AND MICHELIN ISSUED RESTAURANT SALES IN 2015 - 28%
ITS FIRST DC GUIDE IN 2016 INCREASE SINCE 20104

Washington DC Economic Partnership DC Neighborhood Profiles 2017


DCs population has increased by 13% since 2010 to more than 681,000 - its highest
level since the 1970s. Residential growth is expected to continue with projections
estimating DCs population to reach more than 842,200 by 2030.5 Combined with
DCs daytime population in excess of one million people and 21.3 million annual WASHINGTON, DC
visitors, developers and investors have been building new retail centers to meet this
growing demand.6
POPULATION
Population1 681,170
Daytime Population 1,145,482

YOUNG PROFESSIONALS % Male


Female
47%
53%
OF DC POPULATION High School Graduate +
Bachelors Degree +
90%
55%
Graduate/Professional Degree 31%
25 to 34 25 to 44 Total Population
40% 36.8 36.9 700K HOUSEHOLDS
35.3 36.0 36.5
35% 34.4 680K Households (HH) 290,441
30% 681K 660K Average HH Size 2.1
25% Owner-occupied 40%
21.0 21.8 22.4 22.8 22.7 640K Renter-occupied 60%
20% 22.7 Median Home Value $541,183
620K
15%
600K INCOME
10% 605K
5% 580K Average HH $106,277
0% 560K Median HH $69,588
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016* HH Income <$50k 38%
HH Income $50$75k 14%
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division (*annual estimates of the resident population by age are will be released in June 2017)
HH Income $75k+ 48%
Average HH Disposable $72,285

AGE
Since 2001, 7.6 million square feet of retail space have been built and another
Age < 20 20%
1.3 million square feet are currently under construction. It is estimated that more Age 2034 31%
than 70% of the retail space under construction will deliver in 2017.2 Age 3564 36%
Age 65+ 13%
Median Age (years) 34.7

NOTABLE RETAIL PROJECTS CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands)

UNDER CONSTRUCTION2 Apparel


Computers & Accessories
$851,459
$86,668
Entertainment & Recreation $1,125,780
PROJECT NEIGHBORHOOD RETAIL SF DELIVERY Pets $185,127
The Wharf (Ph I) Southwest Waterfront 190,000 Q4 2017 Food at Home $1,991,382
Food away from Home $1,271,167
The Shops at Dakota Crossing (Ph III) Fort Lincoln/Dakota Crossing 135,000 2016-17
Health Care $1,891,014
ART Place at Fort Totten (Ph I) Fort Totten 104,701 Q2 2017 Medical Care $668,035
Hecht Warehouse (Pappas Building) New York Avenue/Ivy City 95,335 2017 Home Improvement $672,256
655 New York Avenue Mt. Vernon Triangle/Shaw 80,551 2018/19 Household Furnishings $684,988
700 Penn Capitol Hill 60,000 Q3 2017 Personal Care Products & Services $288,963
Midtown Center DowntownDC 40,000 Q2 2018 Vehicle Maint. & Repair $385,892
Agora Capitol Riverfront 39,000 Q2 2017
AVAILABLE VEHICLES PER HH2
CityCenterDC (Conrad Hotel) DowntownDC 31,000 Q1 2019
Shapiro Residences Union Market 29,042 Q4 2018 0 36%
1 44%
Edison Union Market 27,410 Q4 2017
2-3 18%
F1rst Capitol Riverfront 25,729 Q1 2017
4+ 1%
1221 Van Capitol Riverfront 23,570 Q4 2017
One Hill South Capitol Riverfront 22,000 Q1 2017
200 Massachusetts Avenue DowntownDC 25,250 Q2 2018 Sources: Esri, 2016 Estimates & Projections
1. U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division (July 1, 2016)
2. American Community Survey (2010-2014), values rounded to nearest
whole percent

Washington DC Economic Partnership DC Neighborhood Profiles 2017


With thousands of new residents, new grocery stores, restaurants, and
entertainment/cultural options DCs retail market continues to mature. New
investments are occurring beyond the downtown and revitalizing several sub-

ABOUT
markets at the same time. Neighborhoods such as Capitol Riverfront, Mount Vernon
Triangle and NoMa have transitioned from emerging to established mixed-use
districts, and corridors such as 7th and F Streets in Downtown DC, 14th & U Streets
as well as H Street, NE are re-establishing their historical status as shopping and
entertainment destinations.
THE NEIGHBORHOOD
Leading the retail expansion in DC have been restaurants with 150 openings be- PROFILES
tween January and September 2016.7 In addition, Bon Appetit named DC its Restau-
rant City of the Year in 2016 and 106 restaurants were listed in DCs first Michelin The Washington, DC Economic Part-
Guide with 11 earning at least one star and 19 making the Bib Gourmand list. nership (WDCEP) has been promoting
business opportunities in DCs neighbor-
hoods since 2001. These efforts have led to
DC RETAIL DELIVERIES2 (SF IN THOUSANDS) numerous retailers, both local and national,
opening new locations throughout DC.
1,200
1,053 937 The purpose of the Neighborhood Profiles
1,000
is to focus on the commercial corridors,
800 690 624 business districts and the New Communi-
600 483 ties Initiative (NCI) areas in DC. In many
331 312 314
400 cases, neighborhoods adjacent to these
200 corridors are used to identify specific
0 nodes along the corridors. The WDCEP
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017F works with the Office of Planning and
Economic Development, the Office of
Planning and the Department of Small &
The neighborhoods that will see the most retail & restaurant space delivered in 2017 Local Business Development to determine
(by square feet) will be the Southwest Waterfront (195,000 SF, anchored by The which commercial corridors and nodes
Wharf ), Capitol Riverfront (140,540 SF in six mixed-use projects), and Fort Totten to profile. The WDCEP does not define
(104,701 SF all in ART Place at Fort Totten). boundaries of neighborhoods, but generally
tries to identify points of interest within
a reasonable proximity of the center of
commercial corridor.
GROCERY STORE PIPELINE2
Most demographic information, Walk
STORE NEIGHBORHOOD SF EST. OPENING
Scores, Capital Bikeshare and other
Whole Foods H Street, NE 44,000 Q1 2017
data mentioned in the profile is within a
Whole Foods Capitol Riverfront 39,000 Q2 2017 half-mile (or 10-minute walk) based on
Trader Joes Union Market 15,000 Q3 2017 the half-mile radius highlighted on each
Trader Joes Capitol Hill 11,000 Q3 2017 neighborhood map. Please note, the maps
Whole Foods 14th & U/Shaw 52,000 2019 and half-mile radius were created for il-
Harris Teeter Georgia Avenue/Walter Reed 56,000 2019 lustration purposes only and may not be to
Harris Teeter North Capitol/McMillan 53,000 2019 scale. All Main Street, Great Street and BID
boundaries shown are approximations and
may not reflect the official borders.
Since 2000, there have been 30 new or replacement grocery stores built in DCs
neighborhoods, including six in 2014 alone. A majority of these new stores are The WDCEP receives information from
anchoring mixed-use projects in their respective neighborhoods. In addition, two several local partners which is used
Whole Foods are expected to open in early 2017 with a third planned for 2019, throughout the Neighborhood Profiles.
Trader Joes plans to open two stores in 2017, and Harris Teeter has announced two The WDCEP assumes this information is
additional stores. accurate and does not necessarily verify its
original source or validity. Although every
For more information on DCs neighborhoods, incentives and resources available to attempt was made to ensure the quality of
businesses please continue reading the Washington, DC Economic Partnerships DC the information contained in this docu-
Neighborhood Profiles. These profiles offer a concise overview of 54 neighborhoods ment, the WDCEP makes no warranty or
and commercial corridors. They provide detailed demographic information, guarantee as to its accuracy, completeness
resources, maps and the latest neighborhood updates to help businesses, or usefulness for any given purpose.
entrepreneurs and related parties identify new investment opportunities.

Sources: 1. U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division (2010-2016) 2. Washington, DC Economic Partnership (12/2016, F = forecast) 3. DC
Department of Employment Services (preliminary job estimates) 4. DC Office of the Chief Financial Officer (FY 2017 Proposed Budget & Financial
Plan) 5. Metropolitan Washington Council of Government. Growth Trends: Cooperative Forecasting in Metropolitan Washington (November
2016).6. DestinationDC (2015 Visitor Statistics) 7. CBRE Research

Washington DC Economic Partnership DC Neighborhood Profiles 2017


INITIATIVES &
RESOURCES
GREAT STREETS INITIATIVE EMPLOYMENT/RECRUITING
Great Streets is the Districts multiyear, multiagency
ASSISTANCE
commercial revitalization initiative to transform emerging
The expense to businesses to hire new employees can be a costly
corridors into thriving and inviting neighborhood centers.
investment in both time and money. The DC Department of
Employment Services (DOES) can help employers defray some of
The purpose of the Great Streets Small Business Capital
these costs by facilitating training, recruitment, screening processes
Improvement Grants is to support existing small businesses,
for potential hires as well as tax incentives and wage subsidies.
attract new small businesses, increase the Districts tax base,
Additional DOES programs, services and tax-based employer
create new jobs for District residents, and transform emerging
incentives include the following:
commercial corridors across the District into thriving and
inviting neighborhood centers.
Concierge services (e.g. DC Networks registration for employee
recruitment, job applicant pre-screening, hiring events) On-the-Job
As funds become available new and existing small businesses Training (wage reimbursement from 50-75% of the candidates salary
will have the opportunity to apply for grants to cover capital from one 12 months) Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) Senior
improvement costs and certain soft costs along the designated Community Service Employment Program Project Empowerment
14 Great Streets corridors. In 2016, grants were awarded in Veterans Employment Program
amounts up to $85,000 per location.
CONTACT:
CONTACT: (202) 724-7000 www.does.dc.gov
(202) 727-6365 www.greatstreets.dc.gov

GREAT STREET CORRIDORS:


7th Street NW Bladensburg Road NE Connecticut Avenue NW
Georgia Avenue NW H Street NE Nannie Helen Burroughs
Avenue NE New York Avenue NE North Capitol Street NW/NE
Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue/S. Capitol Street SE/SW Minnesota
Avenue/Benning Road NE Pennsylvania Avenue SE Rhode Island
Avenue NE U Street/14th Street NW Wisconsin Ave NW

DC TECH INCENTIVES
The District offers one of the most attractive incentive packages
for high-tech businesses in the country. DC Tech Incentives
provides certain credits, exemptions and other benefits for
a Qualified High Technology Company (QHTC). A QHTC
can leverage the program to develop their workforce, secure
affordable facilities for their business and benefit from reduced
real estate, personal property, sales and income taxes. A QHTC
SUPERMARKET TAX CREDITS
can expect a significant tax break with the following abatements
Through the Supermarket Tax Exemption Act of 2000, the
from DC taxes:
District waives certain taxes and fees to supermarkets that
locate in an area. Qualifying supermarkets may receive the
Franchise Tax Reduction or Exemption Real Property Tax
Abatement Personal Property Tax Abatement Sales and Use Tax following benefits for 10 years:
Exemption Capital Gains Tax Exemption/Workforce Development
Credits Relocation Expense Reimbursement Training and Real property tax exemption Business license fee exemption
Wage Credits Personal property tax exemption Sales and use tax exemption on
building materials necessary for construction
CONTACT:
(202) 727-6365 www.dmped.dc.gov CONTACT:
(202) 727-6365 www.dmped.dc.gov
INITIATIVES & RESOURCES (CONTINUED)

FILM TELEVISION & DC MAIN STREETS


ENTERTAINMENT REBATE Through DC Main Streets, DSLBD provides comprehensive
FUND technical and financial assistance to build the capacity of
neighborhood nonprofit organizations (i.e., DC Main Street
The goal rebate fund is to encourage the use of DC as a organizations) to assist businesses and coordinate sustainable
production location for film, television, interactive, and digital community-driven revitalization efforts. The DC Main Street
video content; support the development of media industry organizations are Nationally Accredited Main Streets through the
infrastructure projects; and incentivize the hiring of District National Trust for Historic Preservation. Local volunteers and
residents as cast and crew. Subject to the availability of funds community development professionals organize and lead the DC
and production company eligibility, rebates may include: Main Street commercial district revitalization efforts.

35% of the companys qualified production expenditures that CONTACT:


are subject to taxation in DC 21% of the companys qualified (202) 727-3900 http://dslbd.dc.gov/service/DCMS
production expenditures that are not subject to taxation in DC
30% of the companys qualified personnel expenditures that are MAIN STREET AREAS:
subject to taxation in DC 10% of the companys qualified personnel Barracks Row Columbia Heights / Mt. Pleasant Congress Heights
expenditures that are not subject to taxation in DC 50% of the Deanwood Dupont Circle H Street, NE North Capitol Rhode Island
companys qualified job training expenditures and 25% of the Avenue, NE Shaw Tenleytown Van Ness
companys base infrastructure investment (provided the facility is
primarily used for business functions related to media production or
postproduction activity).

CONTACT
(202) 671-0066 www.entertainment.dc.gov

D.C. Maker
/dee / /cee / /mk r / e

NOUN

1. An entrepreneur who uses creativity and skill to produce a


product people love.

PHR ASES

Support affordable retail space for D.C. Makers who power


our economy.

ThinkLocalFirstDC.com
INITIATIVES & RESOURCES (CONTINUED)

WASHINGTON, DC ECONOMIC
PARTNERSHIP
The Washington DC Economic Partnership (WDCEP) is a non-profit, public-private
organization whose core purpose is to actively position, promote, and support economic
development and business opportunities in Washington, DC. WDCEP promotes the creation
of jobs, growth of tax revenues, attraction and retention of businesses, and distribution
of community resources for local DC residents and business owners. WDCEP offers the
following services:

Demographic Data Site Location Assistance Economic Development Data


Entrepreneurship Seminars Tech Company Mentorship

CONTACT:
(202) 661-8670 www.wdcep.com @WDCEP

project management installation


fabrication service

ADA Signs & Systems Channel Letters Neon Signs Suite and Office Signs
Awning/Canopies Directional Signs Pylon/Monument Signs Trade Show Displays
Banners Drive-Thru Menu Boards Sign Cabinets Wall and Window Graphics
Building Identification Electronic Message Displays Banners Menu Board Systems
Campaign Signs LED Signs Digital Signs Retractable Bannerstands
Channel Letters Wayfinding Signs Posters

www.gelbergsigns.com 202.882.7733 | 1-800-4-Gelberg (443-5237) DC CBE Certified & MWAA LDBE


1 14th & U Streets/Logan Circle 28 Golden Triangle
2 Adams Morgan 29 H Street, NE
3 Anacostia 30 Hillcrest/Skyland
4 Barracks Row 31 Howard University/Pleasant Plains
5 Barry Farm 32 Kennedy Street
6 Bellevue/South Capitol 33 Lincoln Heights/Richardson Dwellings
7 Benning Road/East Capitol Street 34 Minnesota & Benning
8 Brookland 35 Mount Pleasant
9 Capitol Hill 36 Mount Vernon Triangle
10 Capitol Riverfront 37 New York Avenue/Ivy City
11 Central 14th Street/Colorado Triangle 38 NoMa
12 Central 14th Street/Spring Road 39 North Capitol
13 Central 14th Street/WMATA Bus Barn 40 Northwest One
14 Chevy Chase/Friendship Heights 41 Park Morton
15 Cleveland Park 42 Parkside/Kenilworth
16 Columbia Heights 43 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE
17 Congress Heights/Saint Elizabeths 44 Petworth/Park View
18 Deanwood 45 Rhode Island Avenue, NE/Brentwood
19 Downtown DC 46 Rhode Island Avenue, NE/Woodridge
20 Dupont Circle 47 Shaw
21 East Capitol Street/Capitol Gateway 48 Southwest Waterfront
22 Fort Lincoln/Dakota Crossing 49 Takoma
23 Fort Totten/Riggs Park 50 Tenleytown
24 Georgetown 51 Union Market
25 Georgia Avenue/Brightwood 52 Union Station/Burnham Place
26 Georgia Avenue/Walter Reed 53 Van Ness
27 Glover Park 54 West End/Foggy Bottom
NW Georgia Avenue/
Walter Reed
26

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NE
Georgia Avenue/
Chevy Chase/ 25 Brightwood
14 Friendship Heights
Central 14th St/ Kennedy
11 32 Street
Colorado Triangle

23
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50 WMATA Bus Barn 13
53 Van Ness

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Spring Road 12 44 Petworth/Park View Brookland

Cleveland Park15 Mount


8 46
Pleasant 35 16 41 Park Morton
Rhode Island Ave, NE/
Columbia Woodridge
Heights
Howard University/
Adams 31 Pleasant Plains
2 Morgan
45 Rhode Island Ave, NE/
Brentwood 22
27 Glover Park
Fort Lincoln/
14th & U/ North Dakota Crossing
Logan Circle 1 Capitol 37
New York Avenue/Ivy City
Dupont Shaw 39
20 Circle 47 NoMa
Georgetown Golden 51 Union Market
Triangle 28 Northwest One 38 Parkside/
24 40 Kenilworth 42
54 36 Deanwood

West End/
Mt Vernon 29 H Street, NE 18 Lincoln Heights/
Foggy Bottom
19 Triangle 52 Minnesota & Richardson
Downtown Union Station/ Benning 33 Dwellings
Burnham Place
34
East Capitol Street/ 21
9 Capitol Hill 7 Capitol Gateway
Benning Road/
East Capitol Street
Southwest
Waterfront 4
48 Barracks Row
10
Capitol Riverfront
Pennsylvania
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3 Anacostia

30
5 Hillcrest/Skyland
Barry Farm

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Saint Elizabeths
17

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6 South Capitol

SW SE
SW
NW 14TH & U STREETS/
LOGAN CIRCLE

U STREET, NAMED
ONE OF APAS GREAT
PLACES IN AMERICA,
is at the center of
DCs renaissance.
The commercial
vitality is centered
along the 14th & U
Street corridors where
young professionals
come to experience
some of the best mix
of high-end dining,
retail, residential,
entertainment and
cultural offerings in DC.

10%
5 GROCERY STORES
Whole Foods plans to
open a second store in the
neighborhood, joining Trader
Joes, Streets Market & Cafe and
Yes! Organic Market. POPULATION GROWTH WITHIN
MILE (20102016)

NEW ANCHORS IN 2016


J.Crew opened a 4,500 SF store 46% population
aged 20-34
Marine Layer opened a 2,000 SF
store population with

WeWork opened a 51,000 SF 80% Bachelors Degree


or higher
shared-workspace office
District Distilling, DCs first
combined distillery+ kitchen+ bar, $133K average
household income
opened in an 8,000 SF space

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SWEETGREEN
Farragut
M
NORDSTROM RACK L ST MARQUIS
20TH ST
25TH ST

MARCELS
PAUL BAKERY North
CHARLES TYRWHITT
WALKSCORE Washington
CVS
21ST ST

K ST CARNEGIE K ST
Circle P LIBRARY
97 Walker's Paradise ENN
Farragut
BICY
SYL SP
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CAPITAL BIKESHARE ARRIVALS


WASHINGTON
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FOODS
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Mcpherson
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RENAISSANCE
HOTEL
WALGRE
Foggy Bottom/GWU SHOPS AT
2000 PENN
H ST CITYCENTERDC
PANERA
Source: ESRI, 2016 Estimates & Projections 1. American Community Lafayette
Square
14TH ST

Survey (2010-2014), values are rounded to nearest whole percent GEORGE IMF
Gallery Pl/
22ND ST

2. WMATA (FY 2016) WASHINGTON GALLERY


UNIVERSITY WORLD BANK Chinatown
23RD ST

THE WATERGATE
G ST M M
17TH ST

Metro NATIONAL
15TH ST

VERIZO
MUSEUM OF
Center AMERICAN ART
CENTER
CONTACT F ST
THE HAMILTON WOODIES
THE WHITE WARNER BUIDLING SIDNEY
Washington, DC Economic Partnership, VIR HOUSE THEATER HARMAN
GI COURTYARD GSA HQ HALL
Chad Shuskey,
CENTER SVP, Research & Real Estate, (202)IA661-8670
THE KENNEDY N BY MARRIOTT
MAC PKWY

HOTEL MONACO
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cshuskey@wdcep.com, www.wdcep.com E
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SW
NW
ADAMS MORGAN
VIBRANT, ECLECTIC,
UNIQUE Adams Morgan
is abuzz with colorful
storefronts, friendly
sidewalk cafes, restaurants
with diverse cuisine from
around the world, intimate
coffee shops and some of
DCs liveliest nightspots.
With its tree-lined streets
and historic architecture,
the community has
preserved its neighborhood
identity, yet is convenient
to downtown. Young
professionals come for
the exciting entertainment
culture...and stay to
raise their families.

TOP RESTAURANTS GREAT STREETS RETAIL


The Michelin Guide features seven restaurants in the area (Roofers Union,
SMALL BUSINESS GRANTS
The Diner, Sakuramen, Mintwood Place, Jack Rose Dining Saloon) with Tail All of the Adams Morgan commercial
Up Goat receiving a star & Lapis included in the Bib Gourmand list. areas are designated as Great
Streets corridors. Funds are available
Roofers Unions Chef Marjorie Meek-Bradley was a finalist on Top Chef
for small businesses through grants
in 2015.
to cover capital improvement and
Mintwood Place was chosen one of the best new restaurants in the world certain soft costs. In 2016, up to
by Cond Nast Traveler in 2013. $85,000 was awarded per location.

NEW INVESTMENTS.
NEW OPPORTUNITIES.
220-room The Line DC hotel will
open in spring 2017
44% population
aged 20-34

34,000 SF of retail space in population with


the pipeline 82% Bachelors Degree
or higher
730+ residential units in the pipeline
$6.8 million streetscape
enhancements on 18th Street
(Florida Avenue to Columbia Road)
$130K average
household income

were completed in 2012

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PHO 14 LEVINE SCHOOL

YLE
INTERNATIONAL OF MUSIC

S
SA
ARG
CHANCERY
CENTER UPTON ST
HOWARD UNIVERSITY

AN
SCHOOL OF LAW UPSHUR ST

17TH ST

K
& LAW LIBRARY

18TH ST

AR
N ST Retail/Restaurant Arts/Tourism Education Government Great Street Main Street BID Area
0-mi 0-1mi TILDE
0-3mi TAYLOR ST

ASTRID BILLIAR
POPULATION POOL ROOM
SHEPHERD ST
Population 25,552 88,878 363,845 PA
ST R
Male 49% 50% 49% K
RD
Female 51% 50% 51% LITTLE COCOS

High School Graduate + 96% 93% 92%


LYMANS TAVERN
Bachelors Degree + 82% 76% 69% WINES
WEYGANDT TAQUERIA HABANERO
PETCO
Graduate/Professional 47% 43% 40% TORTILLA
CALIFORNIA
WY
SPR
Degree ALERO
PK
IN GR
D
MEDIUM RARE CH
INDIQUE RT
PO PINEY BR AN

HOLMEAD PL
M
SORRISO E
HOUSEHOLDS ClevelandR Park
ST

Households (HH) UPTOWN THEATER


14,354 47,604 170,205YES! ORGANICS
FIREHOOK BAKERY
ST
Average HH Size 1.7 1.8 2.0ARDEO+BARDEO
RIPPLE COLUMBIA
Owner-occupied 32%UPTOWN TAP
31%HOUSE 37% HEIGHTS
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Renter-occupied MACOMB ST 68% 69% 63% NE
WT
ON
34TH ST

Median HH Value $653,123 $691,649 $632,450 KL


IN
MOUNT PLEASANT MO
ST
35TH ST

GLE RD PAGE 35 NR
O ES

19TH ST
T
MERID
INCOME PA
RK

18TH ST

17TH ST
GIANT FOOD
Average HH $129,627 $122,854 $119,818 RD
CO

PAISLEY FIG
N Median HH $95,849 $95,849 $83,776 TIVOLI
NN

THEATER
E RA DIUS
MIL

MT P
HH Income <$50k 23% 28% 31% MOUNT PLEASANT
EC

LIBRARY B

LEAS
TIC

HH Income $50$75k 14% 14% 14% BEAU THAI TARGET


U

BEST BUY

A
HH Income $75k+ 63% 58% 55%

NT S
TA

BED, BATH & BEYOND


MARSHALLS
Average HH Disposable $86,455
CATHEDRAL AVE
$82,347 $80,674 NATIONAL
VE

T
Columbia M
ZOOLOGICAL
PARK
ADAMS MORGAN Heights
IRV

AGE EACH
CL

PEACH COLU
Age < 20 10% 11% 16%
29TH ST
EV

MARKET
28TH ST

H A RVARD ST
27TH ST
EL

Age 2034 44% 43% 38%


AN
D

Age 3564 37% 37% 35%


AV

WOOD
E

Age 65+ 9% 9% 12% LEY RD


34TH PL

YES!
Median Age (years) 33.7 33.9 33.5
MARRIOT WARDMAN ORGANIC
PARK HOTEL MARKET
IRCLE PL
RY C CONSUMER
ACE HARDWARE
EXPENDITURES Woodley Park/Zoo/ R
($ thousands)
M
E
TO NI
LA
Adams Morgan
W SAFEWAY
D R AL AVE

TAIL UP GOAT
Apparel $51,075 $162,787 $567,422
OO

PHILZ COFFEE
DL

CALVERT ST
AN

Computers & Accessories $5,248 $16,790 $58,351


D

THE
DR

Entertainment & Rec. $66,980 $212,094 $741,463 THE LINE DC


CA

Pets $10,945 $34,804 $121,703 MINTWOOD


HARRIS TEETER

FoodNAVAL
US at Home $114,934 $369,780
NO
RM
$1,298,373 PLACE
AN LAPIS THE DINER
OBSERVATORY
Food away from Home $76,904 $245,819STON $852,220 TRYST
ED RD
Health Care $108,258 $341,723 $1,209,812
R MA
RA
LO SITAR CENTER
PARK Medical Care $38,462 $121,899 $430,313 DC ARTS CENTER KA
ARE
Home Improvement $38,332 $116,262 $419,268 WY
K PK
18TH ST

Household Furnishings $41,121 $130,177 $453,959


E
RE

D
C

Personal Care Products $17,348 $55,148 $191,933


IA R

CK MONT R D
RO BEL MARIE REED YES
Vehicle Maint. & Repair WHITE$22,482 $71,828 $252,489
MB

HAVEN ST ELEMENTARY OR
RD MA
LU

MA V ST
ORA
KAL
16TH ST
CO

M REEVES
AVAILABLE VEHICLES PER HH1 AS CENTER
SA G AVE OYSTER ADAMS
CH WYO
MIN
0 44% 45% 37%U U ST
S
23RD ST
24TH ST

1 Dumbarton
Oaks Park 45% 43% 46% ETT RNI
A ST
WASHINGTON
HILTON
TRADER JOES
S IFO
2-3 10% 11% 16% AV CAL LAURIOL PLAZA
E DUPONT CIRCLE
4+ SAFEWAY
1% 0% 1% PAGE 20 E
T ST
ROOM & BOARD
AV
A
R ID TEDS BULLETIN
F LO
S ST PRESIDENT WOODROW SOURCE
METRORAIL EXITS2 (Avg weekday/Avg weekend)
Montrose WILSON HOUSE GLENS THEATER
GARDEN MARKET S ST
Park
Woodley Park/Zoo/Adams Morgan 5,770/4,637 14TH & U/LOGAN CIRCLE
18TH ST
19TH ST

R ST
Columbia Heights 11,603/6,487 PAGE 1 WEST ELM
E

LOGAN HARD
AV
RE

WALKSCORE SAFEWAY
HI

R ST
CIRCA
S

Sheridan
MP

98 Walker's Paradise BLUEMERCURY J. CREW SHIN


14TH ST

Circle LOFT
HA

BOOK HILL PHILLIPS


COLLECTION LOU LOU
W

LE D
CAPITAL BIKESHARE ARRIVALS
NE

Q ST
Average Monthly (10/2015-9/2016) 9,939
WIS

STUDIO
Q ST DUPONT HOTEL THEATER
CO

Source: ESRI, 2016 Estimates & Projections 1. American Community


KOMI
Dupont
M
NSI

Survey (2010-2014), values are rounded to nearest whole percent


P ST
2. WMATA (FY 2016) Circle
NA

P ST
VE

WHOLE FOODS
MARKET
O ST HEURICH
CONTACT HOUSE
MUSEUM TOPAZ HOTEL
Adams Morgan Partnership BID
CO

BTOO
NN

Kristen Barden, Executive Director N ST


34TH ST

28TH ST
33RD ST

27TH ST
30TH ST

EC
31ST ST

29TH ST

(202) 997-0783N ST APPLE STORE


TIC

kbarden@adamsmorganonline.org
WARBY PARK
U

PARKER BROOKS BROTHERS


TA

HYATT
T ST www.adamsmorganonline.org FAIRMONT HILTON
VE

CB2 COS OLD STONE H&M M ST


HOUSE HOTEL GARDEN INN BLUEMERCURY
M ST TINY JEWEL BOX
GEORGETOWN FOUR
SEASONS RITZ-CARLTON ANN TAYLOR THOMAS PINK
PARK TRADER JOES JOHNSTON & MURPHY
CADYS ALLEY HOTEL
ROSEWOOD MAYFLOWER HOTEL
RIS RIZIKS
HOTEL
SW
SE
ANACOSTIA

LOCATED NEAR THE


BANKS of the Anacostia River,
this historic neighborhood is
enjoying a renaissance with
burgeoning small businesses,
local entrepreneurs, a thriving
arts scene and a burgeoning
real estate market. Anacostias
commercial corridors are
centrally located between
the U.S. Navy Yard and St.
Elizabeths West Campus
future home of the
Department of Homeland
Security and located in
HUB Zones with excellent
access provided by Metrorail,
Capital Bikeshare, I-295, I-395
and the Suitland Parkway.

MLK GATEWAY

12%
Five parcels at Martin Luther King SMALL BUSINESS HUB
Jr. Ave. & Good Hope Road will be The HIVE 2.0, a small business
redeveloped into a $25 million, incubator, is home to more than
50,500 SF mixed-use project with 55 entrepreneurs. In addition,
22,000 SF of retail (anchored by Busboys & Poets will open a full-
Filter Coffee, Good Food Markets, service restaurant and Hospitality
City First Bank & Smith Commons) POPULATION GROWTH WITHIN and Culinary Leadership Institute
and the new HQ for cybersecurity- MILE (20102016) in 2017.
firm Enlightened Inc (pictured above).

COMMUNITY INVESTMENTS ARTS & CULTURAL


Anacostias commercial corridors are DESTINATION
designated Great Streets corridors Anacostia is home to the American
and small businesses can apply for Islamic Heritage Museum, Anacostia Arts
grants to cover capital improvements Center, Anacostia Playhouse, Craig Kraft
and certain soft costs. In 2016, up to Studio, Frederick Douglass National.
$85,000 was awarded per location. Historic Site, Vivid Solutions Gallery,
Honfleur Gallery, The Den, Smithsonians
A new pilot program will install Anacostia Community Museum, Project
Smart City Kiosks that will function Create and WeAct Radio. Annual special
similarly to life-size smart phones events include the Anacostia River
with touchscreens and will provide Festival and Flower Power.
free Wi-Fi.

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MARKET
MATCHBOX

14TH ST
MIRACLE THEATER CONGRESSIONAL
G ST CEMETERY
PINEAPPLE & PEARLS
M Great

8TH ST
MARINE
Retail/RestaurantBARRACKS
Arts/Tourism Education Government Potomac
StreetAve Main Street BID Area
ROSES LUXURY
0-mi 0-1mi 0-3mi

NEW
WHOLE
FOODS
395 HARRIS TEETER
POPULATION

JERS
SOUTH CAPITOL ST

SCARLET I ST I ST
Population 11,291 OAK 31,805 231,275

2ND ST
EY A

2ND PL
BON
Male CHON 45% 44% K ST 47% K ST

VE

4TH ST
Female 55% 56% BY 53%
COURTYARD THE BRIG
John Phillip
HALF ST

MARRIOTT
High School Graduate + 85% 84% L ST 89% L ST Sousa Bridge
Bachelors Degree + GORDON
BIERSCH 14% 14%
CANAL PARK37% LAS PLACITAS
Graduate/Professional
M 5% 6% 18% M ST
Degree
Navy Yard
e r
Riv
DDOT HARRIS TEETER
1ST ST

US DOT
HOUSEHOLDS 295
a
BOILERMAKER NAVY YARD

ti
SHOPS
TINGEY ST
N ST
Households (HH) HAMPTON INN4,277 11,833 98,726
Average HH Size
Owner-occupied
2.6
THE 2.6
LUMBERSHED25% WATER ST
30%
2.3
35%
FUTURE
CAPITOL RIVERFRONT
c os
a
DISTRICT
WINERY PAGE 10

An
Renter-occupied
NATIONALS 70%FUTURE 75% 65%
ICON E
Median HH Value PARK $262,290SHOWPLACE
$281,840 YARDS$361,392
PARK
Anacostia River N
AV
AW
Park IRL
FA
YARDS MARINA
INCOME
DIAMOND
Average HH $47,292
TEAGUE PARK $45,754 $81,691
Median HH FUTURE $35,819 $35,819 $53,970 Q ST
NA

TO
MA
HH V E ALL-PURPOSE
C A Income <$50k
THE SALT LINE
64% 66% 47% 11th Street YL
O
PO HH Income $50$75k 16% 14% 16% Bridge
HH Income $75k+ 20% 19% 38%

16TH ST
E
AV
R ST
Average HH Disposable $37,212 $36,148 $58,538
MI TA
LE ESO
HALF ST

NNRA
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING MI D
AGE Frederick Poplar
& COMMUNITY DEVELOPEMENT IU S ST
Point
Douglass 31%

S
Age < 20 31% 24%
T ST
Age 2034 Bridge 22% 22% 26% WALGREENS ANACOSTIA ARTS CENTER
KRAFT STUDIOS
Age 3564 37% 36% 38% ANACOSTIA HONFLEUR GALLERY
Age 65+ 10% 10% 12% PLAYHOUSE
FUTURE
BUSBOYS & POETS
Median Age (years) 32.4 32.4 35.1 U ST

ST
AVE

13TH

ST
PL

M
V ST
CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Anacostia 295
ON

14TH
JR

ST
NN

16TH
Apparel $5,693 $15,239 $222,990
ING
SHA

DC LOTTERY W ST
DC TAXICAB UNIONTOWN
Computers & Accessories $559 $1,500 $22,349 COMMISSION K BAR & GRILL GO
ER OD
Entertainment & $7,440 $19,910 $295,012 TH
Anacostia LU
Recreation IN
RT
Pets $1,199 $3,215 $48,334 M MA
Food at Home $14,130 $37,789 $534,889
SU FREDERICK
Food away from Home $8,348 $22,381 $331,315 MN
ER DOUGLASS HOME
RD HO
Health Care $13,022 $34,816 $507,632 W
AR
D
Medical Care $4,468 $11,954 ST $177,274 BARRY FARM
RD
EV M
Home Improvement $4,408 $11,819 $179,247
EN
S
RECREATION
CENTER
OR
RI Fort Stanton
RD HO S
Household Furnishings $4,458 $11,953 $178,507 W
AR
RD Park
D
Personal Care Products $1,866 $5,005 $75,138 RD

Vehicle Maint. & Repair $2,611 $6,995 $101,990 STANTON RD


ANACOSTIA
RD
E
AD
W

AVAILABLE VEHICLES PER HH 1


ST
BARRY FARM ERIE
0 47% 47% 36% PAGE 5
ELVANS RD

1 39% 39% 45%


T

2-3 14% 14% 19%


TOL S

4+ 1% 1% 1% POM
EROY RD GAINESVILLE ST
CAPI

METRORAIL EXITS (Avg weekday/Avg weekend) 2

ELVANS
Anacostia 6,680/2,603 UI
RD
S

TL
U.S. COAST GUARD HQ AN
D PK
WALKSCORE 78 Very Walkable WY
22ND ST
UNIFIED
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR AVE

SAINT ELIZABETHS COMMUNICATIONS


WEST CAMPUS CENTER
TRAFFIC COUNTS (Avg. annual daily volumes)
AL
12,300 Good Hope Road 12,300 Martin L. King Jr. Avenue
CONGRESS HEIGHTS/
60,200-95,200 I-295 SAINT ELIZABETHS R
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TO

Source: ESRI, 2016 Estimates & Projections 1. American Community ES


T
STANTON RD

STAN

Survey (2010-2014), values are rounded to nearest whole percent UC


BR

2. WMATA (FY 2016)


SAINT ELIZABETHS
ANACOSTIA FREEWAY

EAST CAMPUS SAINT


H ELIZABETHS
HOSPITAL
15TH PL

GATEWAY
CONTACT PAVILION
2ND ST

Anacostia Business Improvement District NE


W
FUTURE
ST

ST

CO ENTERTAINMENT
Amanda Stephenson, Executive Director
H

MB
18T
H

& SPORTS ARENA S


NA H
4T

5T

ST MARTINS R.I.S.E. SAVAN


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(202) 449-9871 FOOD TOWN DEMONSTRATION


Congress
M
SAV
T

CENTER
Heights
ANNA

BASE
amanda@anacostiabid.org AL
L EY
www.anacostiabid.org www.goanacostia.com SQ
H TER

OLLING
SAINT ELIZABETHS
MALCOM X AVE PHASE I
POPEYES
Congress GIANT FOOD
A AVE M Heights
7TH ST

AM
ALAB
CONGRESS HEIGHTS
METRO REDEVELOPMENT
SW
SE
BARRACKS ROW

STEEPED IN U.S.
HISTORY, 8th Street, SE
is DCs oldest commercial
corridor and anchored
by the Washington
Navy Yard since 1798
and the United States
Marine Corps Barracks,
for which it is named,
since 1801. Experience
the diverse dining and
retail opportunities in one
of the most prominent
of the thriving Capitol
Hill neighborhoods.

30+ RESTAURANTS &


OUTDOOR CAFES

12%
In the past three years 17 businesses
have opened along the corridor
including Roses Luxury, Garrison,
Souk, Pure Barre, District Doughnut,
Capital Teas, Medium Rare, Szechuan
House, Caf Kimchi, Capitol Hill Frame
Shop, Hoffman Group, JaJos Barber POPULATION GROWTH WITHIN
& Stylist, Polygraph Creative, Eat Bar, ONE MILE (20102016)
Taoti Creative, Pineapple & Pearls and
The Brig.

TOP RESTAURANTS
HUMANE RESCUE
The DC Michelin Guide features ALLIANCE NEW HQ
six restaurants in the area (Ambar,
Eat Bar, Cava Mezze, Garrison) with The Humane Rescue Alliance
Pineapple & Pearls (2) & Roses (formerly the Washington
Luxury (1) receiving stars. Humane Society and Washington
Animal Rescue League) will
Roses Luxury was chosen as the consolidate its five DC locations
best new restaurant in the U.S. by into a new 50,000 SF building at
Bon Appetit in 2014. 1022 M Street, SE.

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WALMART GIANT FOOD TAYLOR GOURMET
WHOLE FOODS

NOR
TEXAS DE BRAZIL STARBUCKS &PIZZA
RED ROCKS
WALGREENS
PANERA BREAD H ST
H ST MA
SS STARBUCKS
AC UNLEASHED BY PETCO 901 H STREET ROCK N ROLL HOTEL
H Retail/Restaurant Arts/Tourism Education Government GreatCHILI
Street Main Street BID Area
0-mi USE0-1mi
REDEVELOPMENT BENS BOWL
GALLERY PLACE TT 0-3mi ATLAS
SA Union
M
G ST
THEATER
VE
G ST Station
POPULATION
VERIZON NATIONAL SEC
CENTER BUILDING
Population MUSEUM 12,951 39,818 264,806
F ST F ST
SIDNEY Male 50% 49% 48% E

3RD ST

6TH ST
4TH ST

5TH ST
2ND ST
AV
HALL Female M Judiciary Sq 50%
HARMAN
51% 52% UNION ND
LA

2ND ST
STATION Y
M AR
High School
E ST Graduate + 96% 96% 89% E ST

1ST ST
WOOLY
MAMMOTHBachelors Degree + 81% 77% 48%
THEATER
Graduate/Professional 48% 44% 25%
Degree
VE
D ST
AA
I AN E
IND HOUSEHOLDS AV CAPITOL HILL
Union
A

10TH ST
Stanton

11TH ST
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12TH ST

13TH ST
N Station

8TH ST
C ST

7TH ST

9TH ST
19,731ISIA 118,406Plaza Square
3RD ST

PEN Households (HH) 6,417

VE
NSY U

EA
1ST ST
LVAverage
ANIA HH Size 1.9 LO2.0 2.1

SE
ES
AVE
Owner-occupied 43% 45% 35%

NN
TE
CONSTITUTION AVE
Renter-occupied 57% 55% 65%
NATIONAL
Median HH Value
GALLERY OF ART $820,551 $738,937 $477,917
SUPREME
INCOME COURT
UNITED
Average HH $149,480 $146,518STATES $92,940 Lincoln
CAPITOL EAST CAPITOL ST Park

15TH ST
Median HH $111,355 $111,355 $60,701

14TH ST
HH Income <$50k 22% 23% 43% LIBRARY OF MA
HHNATIONAL
Income
AIR $50$75k
& SPACE 9% 10% 13%
CONGRESS
BARRACKS ROW
SS
AC
HU
SE
HHMUSEUM
Income $75k+ 68% 67% 43% MI TT
INDEPENDENCE AVE LE SA
Average HH Disposable $96,823
W $95,542 $64,831 AV
E VE
AS RAYBURN HOUSE OL
INA RA
HI OFFICE BUILDING SONOMA CA
R DI
NG RESTAURANT GOOD STUFF RT
H U
AGE TO CANNON HOUSE EATERY NO EASTERN MARKET
3RD ST

& WINE BAR


4TH ST

S
6TH ST

N OFFICE BUILDING
C ST C ST
Age < 20 14% 14%
AV 21% LE PAIN QUOTIDIEN
E DISTRICT TACO AVE
M 37% M

KE
Age 2034 36% 36% 30% LINA

NT
AR O
C ST

UC
Age 3564 39% 37% 700 PENN
T HC

KY
L'Enfant Federal Capitol HANKS S OU
M

AV
Plaza Age 65+ Center SW12% 11% 11% OYSTER BAR
South

E
D ST Eastern
Median Age (years)
RESIDENCE INN
34.8 35.0 34.5 Market
DS

BY MARRIOTT
E ST E ST
CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands)
ES
395
Apparel $26,117 $79,029 $307,593 TEDS BULLETIN YES! ORGANIC
MARKET
MATCHBOX
Computers & Accessories $2,681 $8,122 $31,088

14TH ST
Entertainment & G ST $34,499 $104,238 $402,003 MIRACLE THEATER
G ST

M
Recreation PINEAPPLE & PEARLS

8TH ST
Pets $5,627 $17,066 $65,576
MARINE
BARRACKS Poto
ROSES LUXURY
6TH ST

NEW

Food at Home $59,311 $179,733 $726,707 WHOLE


FOODS
395
Food away from Home $39,289 $118,988 $458,353 HARRIS TEETER
JERS
SOUTH CAPITOL ST

I ST
Health Care $56,423 $170,164 $675,464 SCARLET I ST I ST
OAK
2ND ST
EY A

2ND PL

Medical Care $20,037 $60,512 $237,339


E

BON
E AV

CHON K ST K ST
VE

Home Improvement $20,055 $60,113 $230,744


4TH ST

ARENA COURTYARD BY THE BRIG


WAR

STAGE
HALF ST

MARRIOTT
Household Furnishings $21,107 $63,814 $244,097 L ST L ST
DELA

SAFEWAY
Personal Care Products CVS
$8,925 $26,972 $103,105 GORDON
BIERSCH CANAL PARK LAS PLACITAS

M M
Vehicle Maint. & Repair $11,567 $35,074 $138,293
M ST

Waterfront/ Navy Yard


AVAILABLE
SEU VEHICLES PER HH1 DDOT HARRIS TEETER
1ST ST

US DOT
295
a
BOILERMAKER
0 26% 27% 40% NAVY YARD

ti
SHOPS
TINGEY ST
1 55% 53%N ST 45%
s
HAMPTON INN
2-3 18% 20% 15% THE
LUMBERSHED WATER ST
FUTURE

c o
a
4TH ST

DISTRICT
4+ 0% 0% 1% WINERY

METRORAIL EXITS (Avg weekday/Avg weekend) 2


O ST
NATIONALS
PARK
FUTURE
ICON
SHOWPLACE YARDS PARK
A n Anacostia R
Park
Eastern Market 6,008/3,480
P ST YARDS MARINA

WALKSCORE DIAMOND
TEAGUE PARK CAPITOL
97 Walker's Paradise RIVERFRONT
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FUTURE

FUTURE TO
MA
CA
VE ALL-PURPOSE
THE SALT LINE
PAGE 10 11th Street
CAPITAL BIKESHARE ARRIVALS
SOCCER
DC UNITED PO
Bridge
STADIUM
Average Monthly (10/2015-9/2016) 8,059
HALF ST

Source: ESRI, 2016 Estimates & Projections 1. American Community


2ND ST

Survey (2010-2014), values are rounded to nearest whole percent DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING
2. WMATA (FY 2016) Frederick Poplar
& COMMUNITY DEVELOPEMENT
1ST ST

Point
FORT LESLIE J
Douglass
Channel

MCNAIR

Bridge WALGREENS ANACOSTIA ARTS CENTER


KRAFT STUDIOS
CONTACT ANACOSTIA HONFLEUR GALLERY
PLAYHOUSE
Barracks Row Main Street, Inc. FUTURE
BUSBOYS & POETS U ST
Martin Smith, Executive Director
ST

(202) 544-3188
AVE

13TH

ST
PL

M
V ST
martin@barracksrow.org Anacostia 295
ON

14TH
JR
NN

www.barracksrow.org
ING
SHA

DC LOTTERY W ST
DC TAXICAB UNIONTOWN
COMMISSION K BAR & GRILL
ER
TH
Anacostia LU
IN
RT
M MA
SW
SE
BARRY FARM

ONE OF FOUR NEW


COMMUNITIES
INITIATIVES, the Barry
Farm redevelopment
will transform the
neighborhood into
a vibrant community
with approximately
1,400 mixed-income
units of rental and
for sale housing and
55,000 square feet
of retail space.

NEW COMMUNITIES
INITIATIVE 1,400 /
55,000 SF
The New Communities Initiative is a
DC government program designed
to revitalize severely distressed
subsidized housing, redevelop
neighborhoods into vibrant mixed- NEW RESIDENTIAL UNITS AND
income communities and address the NEIGHBORHOOD-SERVING RETAIL
human capital needs for residents. SF PLANNED FOR THE BARRY FARM
REDEVELOPMENT.

47,000
SF IN THE NEW
1.86
MILLION
BARRY FARM RECREATION &
AQUATIC CENTER POTENTIAL SF OF THE BARRY
(2015 OPENING). FARM REDEVELOPMENT PLAN.

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I ST

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SCARLET I ST I ST
OAK

2ND ST

2ND PL
E
BON

E AV

AVE
THE WHARF CHON K ST K ST

4TH ST
ARENA Retail/Restaurant Arts/Tourism
COURTYARDEducation
BY GovernmentTHE BRIGGreat Street Main Street BID Area
0-mi 0-1mi 0-3mi

WAR
STAGE
W

HALF ST
MARRIOTT
AT
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L ST L ST

DELA
ST

SAFEWAY GORDON
POPULATION CVS BIERSCH CANAL PARK LAS PLACITAS

Population 4,424 M 16,201 213,544 M M ST

Male Waterfront/
43% 45% 47% Navy Yard
57%SEU 55%
DDOT HARRIS TEETER
Female 53%

1ST ST
US DOT
BOILERMAKER NAVY YARD 295
High School Graduate + 79% 83% 90% N ST TINGEY ST
SHOPS

Bachelors Degree + 15% 15% 42% HAMPTON INN


THE
Graduate/Professional 4% 5% 22% LUMBERSHED WATER ST
FUTURE
Wa

a
4TH ST
DISTRICT
Degree WINERY

HOUSEHOLDS
O ST
NATIONALS
PARK
FUTURE
ICON
SHOWPLACE YARDS PARK
A n
shi

YARDS MARINA
Households (HH) 1,542 P ST 5,701 93,363
Average HH Size 2.8 2.7 2.2 DIAMOND
TEAGUE PARK
Owner-occupied 22% 23% 34% CAPITOL RIVERFRONT
ngton

FUTURE
Renter-occupied 78% 77% 66%
FUTURE TO
MA
CA
VE ALL-PURPOSE
THE SALT LINE
PAGE 10 11th Street
Median HH Value $267,241 $268,060 $406,669
DC UNITED PO
Bridge
SOCCER
STADIUM

INCOME HALF ST
2ND ST

Average HH $47,764 $42,898 $88,633 DEPART

Median HH $29,593 $29,593 $59,314 Frederick Poplar


& COMM
1ST ST

Point
HH Income <$50k 68%
FORT LESLIE J
MCNAIR 67% 43% Douglass R ADIUS
Channel

ILE
HH Income $50$75k 13% 16% 15% Bridge M WALGREENS ANACOSTIA A
KRAFT STUDI
HH Income $75k+ 18% 16% 42% ANACOSTIA HONFLEUR G
PLAYHOUSE
Average HH Disposable $37,165 $33,991 $62,854 FUTURE
BUSBOYS & PO

ST
AVE
AGE

13TH
PL
Anacostia M 295

ON

JR
Age < 20 37% 33% 22%

NN

ING
SHA
DC LOTTERY
Age 2034 24% 23% 28% DC TAXICAB UNIONTOWN
COMMISSION K BAR & GRILL
Age 3564 32% 35% 38% ER
TH
Age 65+ 7% 8% 12% Anacostia LU
IN
RT
Median Age (years) 27.8 30.6 34.6
M MA

CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) SU


MN
ANACOSTIA
ER
HO
PAGE 3
RD
Apparel $2,102 $6,936 $229,578 W
AR
D
Computers & Accessories $207 $680 $23,109 ST
RD
EV BARRY FARM
M
Entertainment & $2,706 $8,958 $302,331 EN
S
RECREATION OR
RI
RD CENTER HO S
Recreation W
RD
AR
Pets $431 $1,424 $49,483 D
RD

Food at Home $5,199 $17,050 $546,756 STANTON RD


RD

Food away from Home $3,070 $10,096 $341,992


E
AD
W

Health Care $4,673 $15,539 $514,524


Medical Care
Home Improvement
$1,600
$1,531
$5,316
$5,188
$179,926
$180,030
BARRY FARM
Household Furnishings $1,623 $5,364 $183,413
T
TOL S

Personal Care Products $681 $2,255 $77,152


POM
Vehicle Maint. & Repair $950 $3,126 $104,388 EROY RD
CAPI

AVAILABLE VEHICLES PER HH1 UI


ELVANS
RD
S

TL
0 64% 50% 35% U.S. COAST GUARD HQ AN
D PK
WY
1 26% 37% 46% UNIFIED
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR AVE

SAINT ELIZABETHS COMMUNICATIONS


2-3 10% 13% 18% WEST CAMPUS CENTER

4+ 1% 0% 1%
U.S. NAVAL
STATION

METRORAIL EXITS (Avg weekday/Avg weekend)


2
CONGRESS HEIGHTS/
Anacostia 6,680/2,603 SAINT ELIZABETHS
PAGE 17

TRAFFIC COUNTS (Avg. annual daily volumes) SAINT ELIZABETHS


ANACOSTIA FREEWAY

EAST CAMPUS SAINT


12,300 Martin L. King Jr. Avenue H ELIZABETH
HOSPITAL
60,200-95,200 I-295
GATEWAY
PAVILION
Source: ESRI, 2016 Estimates & Projections 1. American Community
2ND ST

Survey (2010-2014), values are rounded to nearest whole percent NE


W
FUTURE
ST

ST

2. WMATA (FY 2016) CO ENTERTAINMENT


H

MB
H

& SPORTS ARENA


4T

5T

ST MARTINS R.I.S.E.
FOOD TOWN DEMONSTRATION
Congress
AL
L
CENTER
Heights M
JOINT BASE EY
ANACOSTIA-BOLLING SQ
SAINT ELIZABETHS
CONTACT MALCOM X AVE PHASE I
POPEYES
Con
Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning & A AVE M He
7TH ST

AM
Economic Development ALAB
CONGRESS HEIGHTS
Angie Rodgers, Director, New Communities Initiative METRO REDEVELOPMENT

(202) 727-6365, angie.rodgers@dc.gov CONGRESS


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ST
HEIGHTS SAVA
SCHOOL
1 0 T H PL

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ST

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CON
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PL

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SW/
SW BELLEVUE/
SE SOUTH CAPITOL
BELLEVUE IS AN
EMERGING residential
neighborhood, filled with
community character
and cultural significance.
Recent new development
includes the Conway
Health and Resource
Center-Community of
Hope located proximate
to William O. Lockridge/
Bellevue Library. These
new investments have
positioned Martin Luther
King, Jr. Avenue and South
Capitol Street on the cusp
of exciting new economic
development growth.

NEW DEVELOPMENT
The South Capitol Street Shopping
TRINITY PLAZA Center will be redeveloped
by City Interests & Michaels
Bellevues newest mixed-use Development Corporation into a
development opened in 2015 $52 million, mixed-use project with
and offers 49 apartments and 195 residential units and 5,000
6,000 SF of retail space. SF of retail space. In addition, a
new 31,000 SF office for the DC
Department of Human Services
opened in Q4 2016.

GREAT STREETS RETAIL


SMALL BUSINESS GRANTS CONWAY HEALTH &
Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue and RESOURCE CENTER
South Capitol Street are designated COMMUNITY OF HOPE
Great Streets corridors. As funds The 50,000 SF center opened in
become available small businesses 2013 and offers medical, dental,
can apply for grants to cover capital and behavioral healthcare for
improvements and certain soft costs. local residents.
In 2016, up to $85,000 was awarded
per location.

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ver
Retail/Restaurant Arts/Tourism Education Government Great Street Main Street BID Area

ANACOSTIA FREEWAY
0-mi 0-1mi 0-3mi

POPULATION
Population 9,065 27,918 161,153

2ND ST
NE
W
Male 46% 46% 46%

ST

ST
CO

H
MB

H
4T

5T
Female 54% 54% 54% ST MARTINS
FOOD TOWN
High School Graduate + 87% 87% 88%
AL
Bachelors Degree + 13% 15% 33% JOINT BASE L E
ANACOSTIA-BOLLING
Graduate/Professional 5% 5% 16%
MALCOM X AVE
Degree POPEY

7TH ST
HOUSEHOLDS
Households (HH) 3,962 11,103 66,690
CONGRESS
Average HH Size 2.3 2.4 2.4 HEIGHTS
SCHOOL
Owner-occupied 21% 21% 34%
Renter-occupied 79% 79% 66%

ST
Median HH Value $234,161 $222,152 $314,843 CONGRESS HEIGHTS/

H
NA
SAINT ELIZABETHS

PL

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AV
ER

SA
INCOME

JR
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6TH ST
4TH ST
BR

G
Average HH $41,830 $46,289 $80,896

KIN
Median HH $30,654 $30,654 $54,791

R
BELLEVUE/

HE
HH Income <$50k 68% 64% 46%

T
LU
HH Income $50$75k 18% 17% 16%
SOUTH CAPITOL

IN

RT
MI

HORNER PL
HH Income $75k+ 14% 19% 38% LE

MA
Average HH Disposable $33,542 $36,861 $59,513 RA
DI
U

S
AGE JOINT BASE
ANACOSTIA-BOLLING
Age < 20 29% 31% 26%

1ST ST
Age 2034 22% 25% 25% E
AV
Age 3564 38% 34% 38% PI
IP AV
E
SS
Age 65+ 12% 10% 11% SI LL
EY
IS VA
Median Age (years) 34.6 31.0 34.4 295 M

CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) TRINITY AUTO N


TE
R

PLAZA ZONE DO
Apparel $4,652 $14,594 $148,617 CO
N
ATLANTI
Computers & Accessories $457 $1,437 $14,971 C ST
ST

CONWAY HEALTH
WILLIAM O. LOCKRIDGE/
D

Entertainment & $6,033 $18,877 $198,387 & RESOURCE CENTER


2N

BELLEVUE NEIGHBORHOOD ATLANTIC ST


Recreation LIBRARY
VIRGI

Pets $955 $3,012 $32,949 SOUTH CAPITOL

4TH ST
SHOPPING CENTER
PNC
Food at Home $11,277 $35,728 $358,942 BANK
SOUTH CAPITOL ST

Food away from Home $6,748 $21,373 $222,381

3 R D ST
CHESAPEAKE ST
DHS
Health Care $10,509 $32,616 $342,354
1ST ST

CHESAPEAKE ST
Medical Care $3,606 $11,226 $120,081

LIVINGSTON RD
Home Improvement $3,583 $10,842 $122,517 DANBURY ST

6TH ST
Household Furnishings $3,606 $11,323 $120,307
Personal Care Products $1,530 $4,754 $50,439
Vehicle Maint. & Repair $2,078 $6,589 $69,180
MARTIN LUT

AVAILABLE VEHICLES PER HH1 FORRESTER ST


HADLEY
0 43% 43% 29% MEMORIAL
H
HE R K

HOSPITAL
1 46% 41% 45%
I NG

2-3 10% 15% 25%


JR A

4+ 0% 1% 1%
VE

TRAFFIC COUNTS (Avg. annual daily volumes)


19,000-28,700 South Capitol Street
85,200-95,200 I-295 GIANT

WALKSCORE
70 Very Walkable S
T

T
JOLIE
D

Source: ESRI, 2016 Estimates & Projections 1. American Community


AN

Survey (2010-2014), values are rounded to nearest whole percent


YL
AR
M

CONTACT
Washington, DC Economic Partnership,
Derek Ford, SVP, Emerging Neighborhoods
(202) 661-8673, dford@wdcep.com
www.wdcep.com
NE/SE
SW BENNING ROAD/
EAST CAPITOL STREET

A NEW MIXED-USE
DEVELOPMENT
adjacent to the Benning
Road Metrorail Station
will bring new affordable
housing, neighborhood
services and retail/
restaurant space to the
adjacent neighborhoods
of Benning, Benning
Heights, Capitol View
and Marshall Heights.

THE CONWAY CENTER

11%
NEW DMV SERVICE
So Others Might Eat (SOME)
is developing a $90 million
CENTER
mixed-use building offering 202 The new Benning Ridge Service
affordable residential units, 37,600 Center at 4525 Benning Road
SF for medical/dental clinic and opened in 2016 and brings a
administrative offices, an employment steady stream of daily customers
training center and a sit-down deli for to the area. POPULATION GROWTH WITHIN
2018 delivery (pictured above). MILE (20102016)

CARVER TERRACES
DEVELOPMENT
Chapman Development is planning
27,400
to redevelop the former George
Washington Carver Apartments site
(47th & East Capitol Streets, SE) into
28,100
178 affordable apartments and 21 Average annual daily traffic
affordable for-sale rowhouses. volume on East Capitol Street

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EA

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M

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NE
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DEANWOOD

NE

IN
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COMMUNITY CENTER

TH
DEA
AV
KENILWORTH Deanwood

OR
POPULATION ELEMENTARY E

N ILW
KE
se Population 10,260 38,953 196,842
MEADE ST
Male 44% 45% 46%
MEADE ST
Female 56% 55% 54%

49TH ST
High School Graduate + 84% 85% 86%
LANE PL LEE ST

JA
Bachelors Degree + 14% 15% 25%

Y
ST
Graduate/Professional 5% 6% 11% SUBURBAN MARKET
Degree

HA SHERIFF RD
HOUSEHOLDS YE
S
JUST ST
NEVAL THOMAS ST WENDYS DEANWOOD
Households (HH) 4,434 15,306 79,590
ELEMENTARY
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Average HH Size 2.3 2.5 2.4 295 JAY ST

D ST
CESAR
CHAVEZ
Owner-occupied 34% 36% 42%

52N
SCHOOL
MCDONALDS
Renter-occupied 66% 64% 58%
EDUCARE
Median HH Value $217,691 $230,131 $272,702

PL
PARKSIDE MIXED-USE NA SUBWAY

DE
REDEVELOPMENT HAYES ST NN

SI
PEPCOS K MENICKS MARKET
PA
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BENNING EL EN 7-ELEVEN
INCOME
FO

BURRO
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SERVICE TE GAULT PL UGHS
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CENTER ST Minnesota Ave AV E

E
Average HH $47,853 $47,676 $67,888
AV
H
RT
Median HH $36,140 $36,140 $48,112
O
LW

STRAND
NI

THEATER
KE

HH Income <$50k 62% 65% 51% FOOTE ST REDEVELOPMENT


HH Income $50$75k 17% 16% 17% DOES

ST

AVE
49TH
HH Income $75k+ 21% 19% 31%
en MI

ION
AMERICAS KIDS
Average HH Disposable $37,871 $37,651 $50,881 BASKIN ROBINS
LE
Fort RA
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DIVIS
DUNKIN DONUTS Mahan DI

42ND ST
POPEYES Park U

44TH ST
SALA THAI
AGE

47TH ST
BENNING ROAD/

5 0 H ST
Age < 20 26% 29% 25% DC EAGLE

T
BE N
Age 2034 21% 21% 22%
Age 3564 38% 37% 39%
NIN
G RD EAST CAPITOL STREET
E
AV

34TH ST

BROOK
S ST
IA

Age 65+ 15% 13% 14%


ST
CO

SAFEWAY KELLY MIDDLE


ANA

Median Age (years) 38.0 34.8 37.2 CVS SCHOOL

SOME
CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) BLAINE ST
E

BLAINE ST
ST
AV

PROJECT
7-ELEVEN
TH
TH

35
OR

M
Apparel $5,881 $20,286 $147,386
Benning Rd
LW

DENNYS
NI

AMES ST
Computers & Accessories $571 $1,987 $14,725
KE

Entertainment & $7,707 $26,828 $198,669


Recreation EAST CAPITOL ST
BENCO
Pets $1,228 $4,361 $33,033 SHOPPING CENTER

Food at Home $14,201


A ST $50,309 $359,870 Fort C EN
TRA
Food away from Home $8,498 $29,813 $219,535 Chaplin DMV SERVICES CENTER LA
Park
Health Care $13,578 $47,634 $350,927

VE
B ST
Medical Care $4,626 $16,428 $122,466
RI

51ST ST
Home Improvement $4,890 $16,589 $127,988

50TH ST
49TH ST
DG

C ST
ER

C ST
Household Furnishings $4,604 $16,058 $119,898
D

Personal Care Products $1,933 $6,750 $50,331


ST

BEN

53RD ST
Vehicle Maint. & Repair $2,648 $9,360 $69,137
34TH ST

37TH

NI
RD

NG

D ST D ST
C ST
TIA

AVAILABLE VEHICLES PER HH1


OS

RD
AC
33RD ST

AN

0 43% 43% 31%


VE

ELY PL
AA

1 38% 41% 45% D ST


32ND ST

E ST
OT

2-3 18% 16% 23%


ES
NN

4+ 1% 1% 2%
MI

F ST F ST
METRORAIL EXITS2 (Avg weekday/Avg weekend)
Benning Road 2,452/1,024 FI
TC
H ST
Fort Dupont G ST
WALKSCORE T DR Golf Course
ON
75 Very Walkable UP
D

T
OR
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TRAFFICFCOUNTS (Avg. annual daily volumes)


SA
33RD ST

H ST
TEXA

27,400-28,100 East Capitol Street


T
HS

Source: ESRI, 2016 Estimates & Projections 1. American Community


4 6T
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Survey (2010-2014), values are rounded to nearest whole percent


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2. WMATA (FY 2016)


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CONTACT E
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Washington, DC Economic Partnership,
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(202) 661-8673, dford@wdcep.com NR
WE
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www.wdcep.com BO
F O RT D
ANCH AVE

A AVE
ST
SW
NE
BROOKLAND
FROM ITS ART DECO
ARCHITECTURE to the
Basilica of the National
Shrine of the Immaculate
Conception to local
anchors such as Dance
Place, Brookland is
a haven for arts and
culture. Furthermore,
with tree-lined streets,
single-family residences,
a new town center and
Metrorail access, the
neighborhood offers
tremendous retail and
restaurant opportunities
close to the heart of
the nations capital.

MONROE STREET MARKET NEW RESIDENTIAL


This mixed-use project delivered
DEVELOPMENT
57,000 SF of retail/restaurant Brookland is one of the few DC
space and 562 apartments in 2014. neighborhoods with significant
Project anchors include The Arts for-sale townhome construction
Walk (27 artist studios), Barnes & occurring with more than 280 new
Noble, Busboys & Poets, Starbucks residences built since 2011 and
Reserve, and Brookland Pint. another 117 in the pipeline.

CENTRALLY LOCATED TO
SIX HOSPITALS

16%
12TH STREET
Childrens Hospital
The neighborhoods main street
has seen numerous new businesses Hospital for Sick Children
open in the past few years including: Pediatric Center
Askale Caf (2013), Brooklands National Rehabilitation Hospital
Finest (2014), Casey Trees (2010),
Menomale (2012), Salumeria (2016) POPULATION GROWTH WITHIN Providence Hospital
and Smith Public Trust (2014). MILE (20102016) Veterans Administration Hospital
Washington Hospital Center

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GALLATIN ST

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SH
SO
UT

MP
H

HA
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Retail/Restaurant Government Great Street Main Street BID Area
KO

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0-mi 0-1mi 0-3mi
W
TA

TO
NE

TT
AV

SARGENT RD
EN
E
POPULATION

DR
Population 7,961 27,385 356,307
Male 47% 47% 49%
Female 53% 53% 51% DECATUR ST

High School Graduate +


Rock Creek 93% 89% 87%
Cemetery
Bachelors Degree + 55% 42% 50% CRITTENDEN ST

Graduate/Professional 35% 23% 26%


Degree BUCHANAN ST

BRO
FORT TOTTEN

L
OKL
HOUSEHOLDS

6TH P

7TH ST
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3RD ST

Households (HH) 2,356 10,383 152,458 H AW


AII AV

AV

PU E
E

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Average HH Size 2.6 2.3 2.2

RTO
WEBSTER ST
Owner-occupied 56% 50% 41%

RICO
Renter-occupied 44% 50% 59%

AVE
VARNUM ST
Median HH Value $434,170 $399,411 $461,044
1ST ST

2ND ST

INCOME
RD

Average HH $106,883 $79,932 $95,689


H
RC

Median HH $70,237 $70,237 $67,091 TAYLOR ST


HU
KC

HH Income <$50k 36% 46% 39% RHODE ISLAND AVE, NE/


E
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HH Income $50$75k 17% 17% 15% WOODRIDGE


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HH Income $75k+ 48% 37% 46% LE


Average HH Disposable $74,585 $58,337 $67,438 RA
HAREW

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S
AGE
BROOKLAND

13T H ST
RTH

14TH ST
Age < 20 23% 22% 19%
CAP

Age 2034 28% 23% 31% YES!


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ORGANIC FRANCISCAN MONASTERY


Age 3564 35% 36% 38% MARKET

Age 65+ 14% 19% 12%


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Median Age (years) 34.0 38.9 35.0


CATHOLIC OTIS ST
UNIVERSITY OF
CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) AMERICA
CVS
NEWTON ST
Apparel $6,768 $22,448 $404,458
Computers & Accessories $685 $2,261 $41,384 M Brookland/
CUA
E MONROE ST
Entertainment & $9,168 $30,518 $534,930 AV SMITH
Recreation THE BASILICA AN PUBLIC
HIG TRUST
Pets $1,506 $5,061 $88,462 MIC LAWRENCE ST
BROOKLAND PINT
BUSBOYS & POETS
Food at HomeIRVING ST $15,642 $53,654 $946,240 BARNES & NOBLE ABSTRACT
CHIPOTLE
Food away from Home $9,805 $32,911 $604,253 POTBELLY
THEOLOGICAL
&PIZZA
Health Care $15,802 $53,763 $895,996 COLLEGE

18TH ST
13TH ST

15TH ST

17TH ST
16TH ST
14TH ST
Medical Care $5,560 $18,984 $319,370
9TH ST

12TH ST

HOSPITAL CENTER H
WASHINGTON
7TH ST

VETERANS AFFAIRS
H $6,221
10TH ST
8TH ST

MEDICAL CENTER
Home Improvement $20,427 $312,829
Household Furnishings $5,526 $18,385 $325,517 IRVING ST
BROOKLANDS
4TH ST

Personal Care Products $2,331 $7,762 $138,267 FINEST

Vehicle Maint. & Repair $3,112 $10,513 $183,709 HAMLIN ST


CHILDRENS
HNATIONAL
MEDICAL CENTER TRINITY
COLLEGE
M
IC
H
AN AVAILABLE VEHICLES PER HH1
IG GIRARD ST
AVE
0 18% 29% 35%
1 54% 45% 45% FRANKLIN ST
2-3 27% 24% 19% MENOMA
RITE AID
an
oir 4+ 1% 1% 1% SALUMERIA

RHODE ISLAND AVE, NE/


BRENTWOOD
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Chad Shuskey, SVP, Research & Real Estate
SUMMIT PL

(202) 661-8670, cshuskey@wdcep.com


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CAPITOL HILL

BRIMMING WITH
COMMUNITY SPIRIT,
Capitol Hill residents
are passionate about
everything their
neighborhood has to offer:
charming architecture,
quaint shops, superb
eateries and friendly
cafes. The urbane blend
of highly educated locals,
Washington power players
and young, energetic
professionals creates an
electric vitality attracting
new residents and
businesses every day.

700 PENN EASTERN MARKET


The former Hine Junior High One of DCs oldest public markets,
School site (pictured above) will Eastern Market has been a bustling
be redeveloped into 156,000 weekend magnet for residents and
SF of office, 158 apartments visitors alike since 1873. The market
and up to 60,000 SF of retail is a popular destination for fresh
& restaurants. The project will food, community events, and on
deliver in summer 2017 and will weekends, local farm-fresh produce
be anchored by The Yard (co- and handmade arts and crafts.
working) and a Trader Joes.

HISTORIC DISTRICT

11%
Located in one of the nations
largest historic districts, the
Capitol Hill trade area includes
the U.S. Capitol, Senate and
House office buildings, Supreme
Court, Library of Congress and
POPULATION GROWTH WITHIN
DCs oldest commercial corridor
Barracks Row. ONE MILE (20102016)

Washington DC Economic Partnership DC Neighborhood Profiles 2017


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VIDA GYM NE

INI
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SWEETGREEN 395 L ST ST

TR
5TH ST HARDWARE

1ST ST
STOREY PARK
MO
DEVELOPMENT RS

NORTH CAPITOL ST
CVS ES
T

H
K ST K ST
BICYCLE Retail/Restaurant Arts/Tourism Education Government Great Street Main Street BID Area
SPACE 0-mi 0-1mi 0-3mi
GONZAGA COLLEGE
HIGH SCHOOL
RPM ITALIAN ALBA OSTERIA
SOULCYCLE
POPULATION I ST
WALMART GIANT FOOD TAYLOR GOURMET
TEXAS DE BRAZIL STARBUCKS WHOLE FOODS
Population 14,514 44,230 273,239 &PIZZA
RED ROCKS
WALGREENS
MaleBREAD
PANERA 49% 49% 48% H ST
MA
Female H ST 51%
SS
AC
51% 52% STARBUCKS
901 H STREET ROCK N ROLL HOT
UNLEASHED BY PETCO
High School
GALLERY PLACE Graduate + 97% HUSE 96% 89% REDEVELOPMENT BENS CHILI BOWL
TT ATLAS
SA Union
M
G ST
Bachelors Degree + 84% 77% 49%
M
THEATER
VE
G ST
Graduate/Professional NATIONAL 51% 44% 26% Station
SEC
VERIZON
Degree
CENTER BUILDING
MUSEUM
F ST F ST
VE

3RD ST

6TH ST
4TH ST

5TH ST
2ND ST
DA
SIDNEY
HOUSEHOLDS
HARMAN
M
Judiciary Sq UNION AN
2ND ST

H STREET L
HALL STATION RY
HouseholdsE(HH) 7,163 21,878 122,488 PAGE 29 MA
ST E ST
Average HH Size 1.9 2.0 2.1
1ST ST

WOOLY
MAMMOTH
Owner-occupied
THEATER 46% 46% 35%
Renter-occupied
VE
D ST 54% 54% 65%
AA
IAN Median HH Value $861,965 $733,654 $481,548
E
IND AV
M A Union

10TH ST
Stanton

11TH ST

12TH ST

13TH ST
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Station

8TH ST
C ST

7TH ST

9TH ST
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PEN INCOME
3RD ST

IS Plaza

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Average
NIAHH $161,580 $147,327 $94,166

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AVE

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Median HH $117,881 $117,881 $61,587

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CONSTITUTION AVE
HH Income <$50k
NATIONAL
18% 22% 43%
HH Income $50$75k
GALLERY OF ART 10% 10% 13%

HH Income $75k+ 72% 68% 44% MI
SUPREME
COURT
LE
Average HH Disposable $103,428 $96,003 $65,522 RA
UNITED
Lincoln DI
STATES
EAST CAPITOL ST Park
U
CAPITOL

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14TH ST
S
AGE
Age <NATIONAL
20 14% 14% 20%
LIBRARY OF MA
CONGRESS SS
AC
AIR & SPACE
Age 2034 35% 36% 31% HU
MUSEUM SE
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Age 3564
Age 65+
38% 39%
12% WAS RAYBURN
11% HOUSE11%
37% INDEPENDENCE AVE
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HI OFFICE BUILDING SONOMA CA
Median Age (years) 35.4 NG 35.1 34.3 RESTAURANT GOOD STUFF
NO
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3RD ST

& WINE BAR


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4TH ST
6TH ST

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C ST C ST
AV LE PAIN QUOTIDIEN
CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands)
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M M$31,300 M

KE
LINA

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AR O
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Apparel $88,032 $322,544

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L'Enfant
Computers & Accessories Federal $3,206 $9,038 $32,627 Capitol HANKS S OU
M

AV
OYSTER BAR
Plaza Center SW South

E
Entertainment & $41,417 $116,031 $421,159 D ST Eastern
RESIDENCE INN
Recreation Market
BY MARRIOTT
Pets E ST
$6,740 $18,959 $68,662 E ST
Food at Home $70,274 $199,565 $760,856
395 TEDS BULLETIN YES! ORGANIC
MARKET
Food away from Home $47,001 $132,390 $480,706 MATCHBOX

14TH ST
Health Care $67,531 $189,178 $706,503 MIRACLE THEATER
G ST
Medical Care $23,924 $67,209 $248,244 G ST
PINEAPPLE & PEARLS
M
8TH ST

Home Improvement $24,636 $67,147 $241,218 MARINE


BARRACKS P
ROSES LUXURY
Household Furnishings $25,382 $71,051 $255,838
6TH ST

NEW

WHOLE
FOODS
Personal Care Products $10,692 $30,017 $108,038 395 HARRIS TEETER
JERS
SOUTH CAPITOL ST

Vehicle Maint. & Repair $13,797


I ST $38,964 $144,839 SCARLET I ST I ST
OAK
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AVAILABLE VEHICLES PER HH1 CHON K ST
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ARENA COURTYARD BY THE BRIG


WAR

STAGE
HALF ST

MARRIOTT
0 25% 26% 40% L ST L ST
DELA

1 56%
SAFEWAY
CVS
52% 44% GORDON
BIERSCH CANAL PARK LAS PLACITAS
2-3 19% 21% 15%
4+
M 0% 0% 1%
M M ST

Waterfront/ Navy Yard


SEU DDOT HARRIS TEETER
1ST ST

METRORAIL EXITS2 (Avg weekday/Avg weekend) US DOT


BOILERMAKER 295
NAVY YARD BARRACKS ROW

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SHOPS
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Potomac Ave 3,030/1,082
Union Station 29,556/7,276
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FUTURE

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WINERY

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NATIONALS FUTURE
WALKSCORE O ST PARK ICON
SHOWPLACE YARDS PARK
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CAPITAL BIKESHARE ARRIVALS DIAMOND


Average Monthly (10/2015-9/2016) 10,627 TEAGUE PARK CAPITOL
FUTURE
RIVERFRONT
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FUTURE
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STADIUM
CONTACT
HALF ST

Capitol Hill BID


2ND ST

DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING
Patty Brosmer, President, (202) 842-3333
Frederick Poplar
& COMMUNITY DEVELOPEME
1ST ST

pbrosmer@capitolhillbid.org Point
FORT LESLIE J
MCNAIR
www.capitolhillbid.org
Douglass
Bridge WALGREENS ANACOSTIA ARTS CENTER
KRAFT STUDIOS
ANACOSTIA HONFLEUR GALLERY
PLAYHOUSE
FUTURE
BUSBOYS & POETS U ST
H ST
E
SE
CAPITOL RIVERFRONT

DCS BUSINESSES AND


RESIDENTS are shaping
a new community in one
of the largest riverfront
redevelopment districts in
the United States. 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.

A GROWING RETAIL ANCHORS

19%
NEIGHBORHOOD
As of December 2016, there were
In 2016, the neighborhood delivered 325,000 SF of existing retail &
50,000 SF of new retail space and restaurants, including Harris Teeter
1,483 residential units. At the end of and Vida Fitness. A Whole Foods
2016, there were seven apartment will open in 2017 and an additional
buildings, one condo building, two 325,000 SF of retail will deliver
POPULATION GROWTH WITHIN office buildings, and 250,000 SF of in the neighborhood by 2018,
MILE (20102016) retail under construction. In addition, including Showplace Icon Theater
WeWork will open a 68,700 SF and District Winery.
location at 80 M St. in 2017.

34,000 / RECREATION
DESTINATION
Home the Washington Nationals,
A GROWING
RESTAURANT SCENE
As of December 2016, there

6,000
and future home to the new were 36 restaurants open in
D.C. United stadium, the Capitol the neighborhood including
Riverfront welcomed three million Bluejacket Brewery, Osteria
visitors and hosted 361 community Morini, Agua 301, Whaleys, Due
EMPLOYEES / RESIDENTS IN events in 2016. South, and Scarlet Oak.
THE CAPITOL RIVERFRONT

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GALLERY PLACE ET
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AV
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G ST
NATIONAL
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Station
SEC
VERIZON
MUSEUM OF CENTER BUILDING
AMERICAN ART MUSEUM
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WOODIES 0-mi SIDNEY
0-1mi 0-3mi VE

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6TH ST
4TH ST

5TH ST
2ND ST
DA
BUIDLING
HARMAN
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2ND ST
L
HALL STATION RY
POPULATION
HOTEL MONACO MA
E ST

1ST ST
Population 9,295WOOLY
MAMMOTH35,293 260,807
Male LANDSBURGH
THEATER
52%THEATER 49% 48%
Female 48% V E 51% D ST 52%
AA
High School Graduate + 97%IAN 96% 90%
M Archives/ IND AV
E CAPITOL HILL
Bachelors Degree + M 81% 77% C ST 52% A Union
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11TH ST

12TH ST
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Station

8TH ST
7TH ST

9TH ST
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Square

3RD ST
Graduate/Professional 46% 45% 28% Plaza
PEN
NSY UI

1ST ST
Degree LVA
NIA LO
AVE
CONSTITUTION AVE
HOUSEHOLDS
NATIONAL
Households (HH) 5,037 18,797
GALLERY OF 116,962
ART

Average HH MUSEUM
NATIONAL Size OF 1.7 1.8 2.1 SUPREME
NATURAL HISTORY COURT
Owner-occupied 29% 39% 34% UNITED
Lincoln
Renter-occupied 71% 61% 66% STATES
CAPITOL EAST CAPITOL ST Park
ARTS & INDUSTRY
Median HH Value
BUILDING $757,440 $645,061 $496,192
HIRSHHORN LIBRARY OF
MUSEUM NATIONAL CONGRESS
INCOME
SMITHSONIAN AIR & SPACE
MUSEUM
M Smithsonian
CASTLE
Average HH $131,684 $127,146 $97,555 INDEPENDENCE AVE
VE
W AA
Median HH $108,330 $108,330 $65,388 AS RAYBURN HOUSE O LIN
HI OFFICE BUILDING SONOMA AR
HH Income <$50k FAA 23% 28% 41% NG GOOD STUFF HC
RESTAURANT RT
TO CANNON HOUSE EATERY NO EASTERN MARKET
3RD ST

& WINE BAR


4TH ST

HH Income $50$75k 8% 11% 13%


6TH ST

N OFFICE BUILDING
C ST C ST
AV LE PAIN QUOTIDIEN
HH Income $75k+ 69% 61% 46% E DISTRICT TACO
Average HH Disposable M$88,795 $84,940 $67,650 M M 700 PENN CAR
OLIN
A
H
12TH ST

T
BARRACKS ROW
L'Enfant Federal Capitol HANKS S OU
M PAGE 4
OYSTER BAR
FUTURE Plaza Center SW South
9TH ST

MUSEUM AGE D ST Eastern


Market
7TH ST

LENFANT RESIDENCE INN


Age <PLAZA
20 9% 14%
BY MARRIOTT20%
E ST E ST
Age 2034 48% 36% 32%
S
DIU

Age 3564 33% 38% 37%


395
CAPITOL TEDS BULLETIN YES! ORGANIC
MARKET
Age 65+ 10% 13% 11%
E RA

MATCHBOX
MUNICIPAL
Median Age (years)
FISH MARKET 32.8 35.4 33.9
RIVERFRONT MIRACLE THEATER
MIL

e G ST
PINEAPPLE & PEARLS
G ST

8TH ST
MARINE
CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands)
M

ROSES LUXURY BARRACKS


AI

6TH ST
NE

NEW

WHOLE
Apparel $18,397 $65,369 $319,044
AV

FOODS
395
E

Computers & Accessories $1,903 $6,716 $32,399


JERS
SOUTH CAPITOL ST

I ST
SCARLET I ST I ST
Entertainment & $24,085 $86,833 $416,544 OAK
2ND ST
EY A

2ND PL

Recreation
E

BON
E AV

THE WHARF CHON K ST


VE

Pets $3,961ARENA $14,353 $68,011


4TH ST
COURTYARD BY THE BRIG
WAR

STAGE
W

HALF ST

MARRIOTT
Food at Home $42,742 $151,510 $750,511
AT
ER

L ST
DELA
ST

Food away from Home $28,008 $98,640 $476,768 SAFEWAY


CVS
GORDON
BIERSCH CANAL PARK LAS PLACITAS

M M
Health Care $39,441 $144,821 $695,520
M ST
Medical Care $14,020 $51,444 $244,744
Waterfront/ Navy Yard
Home Improvement $13,162 $51,397 $236,826
SEU DDOT HARRIS TEETER
1ST ST

US DOT
Household Furnishings $14,761 $53,066 $253,379 BOILERMAKER NAVY YARD 295
SHOPS
Personal Care Products $6,255 $22,445 $106,958 N ST TINGEY ST
HAMPTON INN
Vehicle Maint. & Repair $8,237 $29,586 $143,250
THE FUTURE
LUMBERSHED WATER ST
Wa

4TH ST

DISTRICT
WINERY
AVAILABLE VEHICLES PER HH 1
NATIONALS FUTURE
O ST PARK ICON
SHOWPLACE YARDS PARK
0
Potomac Park 30% 34% 40%
shi

olf Course
1 56% 51% P45%
ST YARDS MARINA
2-3 14% 15% 14%
DIAMOND
4+ 0% 0% 1% TEAGUE PARK
ngton

FUTURE

METRORAIL EXITS2 (Avg weekday/Avg weekend) FUTURE TO


MA
CA
VE ALL-PURPOSE
THE SALT LINE 11th Street
Navy Yard-Ballpark 8,876/4,309
DC UNITED
SOCCER
PO
Bridge
STADIUM
Capitol South 7,580/1,812
HALF ST
2ND ST

WALKSCORE 90 Walker's Paradise


Frederick Poplar
1ST ST

CAPITAL BIKESHARE ARRIVALS Point


FORT LESLIE J
Douglass
Channel

MCNAIR
Average Monthly (10/2015-9/2016) 9,679
Bridge