By Michael Neibauer – Associate Editor, Washington Business Journal The 900 block of Pennsylvania Avenue NW is no longer a Brutalist eyesore, dominated instead by a mixed-use development with street-level retail. Freedom Plaza […]
Make DowntownDC your destination to ring in the New Year this holiday with drinks, food, entertainment and so much more! At the top of our list is the 6th Annual DC […]
DowntownDC Holiday Market was featured as the #3 destination by MSN Lifestyle of the 20 U.S. cities with the most enchanting holiday markets.
WUSA-9 talks to Vigilante Coffee and other small businesses that got their start by participating in the DowntownDC Holiday Market, open now through Dec. 23 daily from noon – 8pm.
December 11, 2017 By Cassia King The holiday season has arrived in DowntownDC and the neighborhood is brimming with holiday programming, dining options, performances and more. Check out the holiday […]
The 13th Annual DowntownDC Holiday Market is in full swing, hosting a new variety each day of jewelers, crafters, candy makers and other artisans from around the world and the […]
December 8, 2017 By Cassia King The DowntownDC Business Improvement District (BID) recently hosted the first of two all-hands-on-deck “clean sweep” days where all BID ambassadors took to the streets […]
The Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE) will begin enforcing regulations Jan. 1, 2018 requiring businesses and organizations that sell or serve food or beverages in the District to only […]
As part of the District’s demand-based parking pilot in Penn Quarter-Chinatown, the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) will be adjusting on-street parking prices on Monday, Nov. 6. The pilot, which explores […]
By J.B. Wogan, Staff Writer at Governing: “Rental vouchers are only helpful if landlords are willing to take them. All too often, they’re not. But what if the government made […]
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