Working with the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Public Safety, the D.C. Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (HSEMA), the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) and other public agencies and […]
The fundamentals of the Downtown economy are strong, despite experiencing modest declines in several sectors. This economic stability exists because the DowntownDC BID area, and D.C., benefits from the still […]
Downtown BID Condition Reporting Summary FY2012
Report detailing public space statistics and findings.
2011 was a strong year for the DowntownDC BID area and DC economies. The basic building blocks of any economy—employment and population—grew at a robust rate in both absolute and […]
2009 was a tough year for local, regional, national and global economies. March 2009 was the low point, with great uncertainty about financial systems and consumer behavior. Although the Downtown […]
Washington, DC, and its Downtown established many economic records in 2008, but the year ended in a decline due to the global financial and economic crisis that accelerated in September […]
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