COMMITTEE ON FINANCE AND REVENUE CHAIRMAN JACK EVANS Public Hearing on B21-353, “Local Jobs and Tax Incentive Act of 2015” Wednesday, October 28, 2105 Revision of Testimony Submitted on Wednesday […]
The BID’s philosophy is that homeless individuals are part of the city’s fabric, too. We have created this How2 guide to assist property managers with addressing homeless concerns.
This overview provides some context for the financial need for infrastructure investment at the national and regional level and some key indicators for the state of D.C.’s infrastructure. Assessing financial […]
Downtown and D.C. Hotels Appear Headed for New Records in 2015 Downtown and D.C. hotel performance appear headed for new records in 2015 for both revenue and revenue per available […]
The year 2014 was one of record-setting for the Downtown and District economies. Employment and the housing, hotel, retail and restaurant sectors all grew in 2014. The State of Downtown […]
An examination of the state of the District’s energy infrastructure – focusing on the commercial sector – and a new strategy to move towards a more self reliant, lower-risk energy […]
The DowntownDC Business Improvement District had an eye towards the future of Downtown, building momentum in the areas of healthy communities, the rebirth of Pennyslvania Avenue, infrastructure, homelessness, “smart” technology, […]
This density map depicts violent crime activity within the DowntownDC BID during the winter months of December 2014, January and February 2015. Data source is from MPD’s Crime Map website […]
This density map of the DowntownDC BID depicts crime activity in both 2013 and 2014 showing the comparative change between the two years.
This report reviews the Field Asset Management inventory of all permanent assets such as street poles, trees, and trash receptacles conducted during Spring 2014.
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