Neighborhood Profiles: 2014 Edition

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The Neighborhood Profiles were first published in 2001 focusing on 13 different neighborhoods. The 2014 version offers detailed demographic information, resources and maps for 50 neighborhoods and corridors supplementing traditional market data. The annual report provides a microscopic look at a variety of neighborhood and corridors and is intended to guide investors, brokers, developers and tenants on site location decision.

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Neighborhood Profiles: 2014 Edition

  1. 1. Neighborhood Profiles 2014 edition
  2. 2. BOARD MEMBERS The Washington, DC Economic Partnership would like to acknowledge our board of directors whose continued financial support has made the 2014 DC Neighborhood Profiles possible. Victor Hoskins / Co-Chair Deputy Mayor Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning & Economic Development Richard Lake / Co-Chair Roadside Development Olivia Shay-Byrne / Vice Chair Reed Smith, LLP Jennifer Eugene / Secretary Washington Gas PUBLIC SECTOR PARTNERS Keith Sellars / President Washington, DC Economic Partnership Jenifer Huestis Boss / DMPED Representative Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning & Economic Development Joseph Askew Verizon Vincent C. Gray, Mayor Steven C. Boyle EDENS Jean-Luc Brami Gelberg Signs Kenneth Brewer H Street CDC Donna M. Cooper Pepco PRIVATE SECTOR PARTNERS Grant M. Ehat JBG Rosenfeld Retail Angela Franco Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Brett Greene American Management Corporation Carl Hairston M&T Bank Stan Jackson Anacostia Economic Development Corporation Norman Jemal Douglas Development Corporation Greg Leisch Delta Associates Nicholas A. Majett Department of Consumer & Regulatory Affairs Lisa Mallory DCBIA Chester A. McPherson DISB Chris Niehaus Microsoft Tom Nida United Bank Scott Nordheimer Urban Atlantic Gregory O’Dell Events DC Phillip Quintana Capital One Marc Ratner Streetsense Eric E. Richardson DC Office of Cable Television & Telecommunications Tara Scanlon Holland & Knight Michael Stevens Capitol Riverfront BID Robert Summers Department of Small & Local Business Development Adam Volanth Bohler Engineering Mitch Weintraub Cordia Partners Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014
  3. 3. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1.3 million Retail square feet under construction1 79,300+ Population increase since 20052 5 New grocery stores under construction1 4 The District of Columbia has been experiencing an urban renewal for the past 17 years, 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 billions of public, private, and foreign sector investment. Since 2005, DC’s population has increased by more than 79,300 people. Fueling this growth has been young professionals who are attracted to DC’s revitalized neighborhoods, unique retail and restaurant offerings, strong economy and various transportation options. With Metrorail, DC Circulator, Zipcar, Metro bus and the expanding Capital Bikeshare program many residents do not need to own a car and thus have more disposable income. New movie theaters in the pipeline Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014
  4. 4. HECHTS WAREHOUSE DISTRICT • 200,000 square feet of retail space available • up to 135,000 SF available for a large-format retailer • Mom’s Organic to open in 4Q 2014 • Prominent Signage along one of DC’s busiest corridors • Traffic Counts: 71,900 cars per day on New York Ave., NE (avg. weekday) • Rare opportunity with 1,100+ space Parking Garage • 330 Residential units on-site Douglas Development | 202.638.6300 | www.douglasdevelopment.com
  5. 5. DC’s Population Has Increased By 79,313 People since 20052 633,427 605,125 DC 646,449 POPULATION Population2 619,624 646,449 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 With only 8.1 square feet per capita of shopping center space3 (compared to 27.9 square feet regionally) in DC, there is an estimated retail leakage of $1 billion annually.4 In addition, with a daytime population of more than one million people and 18.9 million annual visitors who spend $6.2 billion,5 investors and developers have been building new retail centers to meet this unmet demand. Since 2001, 5.6 million square feet has been built with another 1.3 million square feet under construction.1 If construction timetables stay on schedule 2014 could see nearly one million square feet of retail space deliver—the most since the Washington, DC Economic Partnership began tracking development information in 2001. 51% Graduate/Professional Degree 2013 87% Bachelor’s Degree + 2005 53% High School Graduate + 592,228 574,404 570,681 47% Female 580,236 567,136 Male 28% HOUSEHOLDS Households (HH) 277,486 Average HH Size 2.1 Owner-occupied 41% Renter-occupied Median Home Value 59% $441,574 INCOME Average HH NOTABLE Retail Projects Under Construction $101,486 Median HH 1 $63,342 HH Income <$50k 41% HH Income $50 - $75k 15% Project Neighborhood Retail SF Delivery CityCenterDC (Phase I) Downtown DC (17) 185,000 4Q 13-1Q 14 Louis at 14th/U 14th & U Streets/MidCity (1) 44,000 1Q 2014 Park 7 Minnesota & Benning (32) 22,000 1Q 2014 Monroe Street Market Brookland (7) 56,915 2Q 2014 L’Enfant Plaza Redevelopment (Phase II) Southwest Waterfront (46) 93,000 2Q 2014 Twelve12 Capitol Riverfront (9) 88,000 2Q 2014 Cathedral Commons Cleveland Park (13) 125,000 3Q 2014 Petworth Safeway Petworth/Park View (42) 62,000 3Q 2014 Age 65+ 12% 2251 Wisconsin Avenue Glover Park (25) 28,277 4Q 2014 Median Age (years) 34.3 Hecht’s Warehouse New York Avenue/Bladensburg Road (35) 200,800 4Q 14–2015 Atlantic Plumbing (Parcels A & B) 14th & U Streets (1) / Shaw (45) 23,809 1Q 2015 Capitol Place H Street, NE (27) 20,000 1Q 2015 Fort Totten Square Fort Totten (21) 130,000 2Q 2015 The Shay Shaw (45) 20,000 4Q 2015 601 Massachusetts Avenue Mount Vernon Triangle (34) 18,300 4Q 2015 HH Income $75k+ Median HH Disposable AGE Age < 20 20% Age 20 - 34 31% Age 35 - 64 37% CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Apparel $656,373 Computers & Accessories $104,515 Entertainment & Recreation ·· Pets ·· Television, Radio & Sound DC RETAIL DELIVERIES (SF)1 44% $48,817 $1,278,457 $216,845 $515,481 Food at Home 866,563 Food away from Home 915,397 $2,016,354 $1,337,233 312,345 314,324 $403,785 Personal Care $174,894 Vehicle Maint. & Repair 330,700 417,009 $621,041 Household Furnishings 265,943 Home Improvement $413,870 Avg. Retail Spending per HH 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 (proj.) Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 2015 (proj.) $31.5 Source: ESRI, 2013 Estimates & Projections 2. Census (2013)
  6. 6. STEP INTO THE CURRENT. STOREY PARK COMING 2016 At the intersection of First and L streets, NE, Storey Park will be at the center of NoMa in every way.
  7. 7. With thousands of new residents, new grocery stores, restaurants, and entertainment/ cultural options DC’s retail market continues to mature. The recent openings of Costco and two Walmarts have helped bring groceries to food deserts. In 2013, Whole Foods announced it would open two additional stores and four new movie theaters will open in the next few years. These investments are occurring beyond the downtown and revitalizing several sub-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. notable Retailers Entering/Expanding in DC Retailer Neighborhood Size Targeted Opening American Eagle Downtown DC (17) 7,000 SF 2015/2016 Angelica Film Center Union Market (48) 8 screens 2015 Busboys & Poets Brookland (7) 7,400 SF Fall 2014 Busboys & Poets Takoma (47) 7,500 SF Spring 2015 Giant Cleveland Park (13) 56,000 SF 3Q 2014 Harris Teeter Capitol Riverfront (9) 50,000 SF 2Q 2014 Landmark Theaters 14th & U (1) / Shaw (45) 6 screens 2015 Landmark Theaters NoMa (36) 10 screens 2016 Safeway Petworth/Park View (42) 62,000 SF Capitol Riverfront (9) 16 screens TBD Trader Joe’s 14th & U Streets/MidCity (1) 15,100 SF 1Q 2014 Walmart Fort Totten (21) 120,000 SF 2Q 2015 Walmart East Capitol Street/Capitol Gateway (19) 135,500 SF 2016 Walmart Hillcrest/Skyland (28) 120,000 SF 2016 Whole Foods H Street, NE (27) 39,000 SF 2016 Whole Foods Capitol Riverfront (9) 36,000 SF 2017 The Washington, DC Economic Partnership (WDCEP) has been promoting business opportunities in DC’s neighborhoods since 2001. These efforts have led to numerous retailers, both local and national, opening new locations throughout DC. The purpose of the Neighborhood Profiles is to focus on the commercial corridors, business districts and the New Communities Initiative (NCI) in DC. In many cases, neighborhoods adjacent to these corridors are used to identify specific nodes along the corridors. The WDCEP works with the Office of Planning and Economic Development, the Office of Planning and the Department of Small & Local Business Development to determine which commercial corridors and nodes to profile. The WDCEP does not define boundaries of neighborhoods, but generally tries to identify points of interest within reasonable proximity of the center of commercial corridor. 3Q 2014 Showplace Icon About the Neighborhood Profiles For more information on DC’s neighborhoods, incentives and resources available to retailers please continue reading the Washington, DC Economic Partnership’s DC Neighborhood Profiles. These profiles offer a concise overview of 50 neighborhoods and commercial corridors. They provide detailed demographic information, resources, maps and the latest neighborhood updates to help retailers and related parties identify new investment opportunities. Sources: 1. WDCEP (December 2013) 2. Census 3. Delta Associates (4Q 2013) 4. Social Compact DrillDown (2007) 5. DestinationDC (2012) Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 All demographic information, Walk Scores, and other data referenced within a half-mile (or 10-minute walk) on the individual profiles are based on the half-mile radius highlighted on each neighborhood map. Please note, the maps and half-mile radius were created for illustration purposes only and may not be to scale. All Main Street, Great Street and BID boundaries shown are approximations and may not reflect the official borders. The WDCEP receives information from several local partners which is used throughout the Neighborhood Profiles. The WDCEP assumes this information is accurate and does not necessarily verify its original source or validity. Although every attempt was made to ensure the quality of the information contained in this document, the WDCEP makes no warranty or guarantee as to its accuracy, completeness or usefulness for any given purpose.
  8. 8. RETAIL INCENTIVES & RESOURCES Great Streets Initiative The Great Streets Initiative is the Mayor’s multi-year and multiple agency commercial revitalization effort to transform emerging corridors into thriving and inviting neighborhood centers using public actions and resources to leverage private investment in retail, housing, office space and cultural facilities. As of winter 2013 the Initiative has awarded more than $18.5 million to small businesses and retail developers, and has invested more than $100 million in streetscape improvements to beautify public space and to expand transportation options along the 11 Great Streets corridors. As funds become available new and existing small businesses will have the opportunity to apply for reimbursable grants of up to $85,000 per location to cover capital improvement costs along the 11 designated Great Streets corridors and District-supported revitalization areas. Contact: 202.727.6365 · www.greatstreets.dc.gov Great Street Corridors: Connecticut Avenue · Georgia Avenue·7th Street, NW · H Street, NE · Bladensburg Road, NE · Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue & South Capitol Street · Minnesota Avenue & Benning Road · Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue, NE · North Capitol Street · Pennsylvania Avenue, SE · Rhode Island Avenue, NE Supermarket Tax Credits Through the Supermarket Tax Exemption Act of 2000, the District waives certain taxes and fees to supermarkets that locate in a Priority Development Area. Qualifying supermarkets may receive the following benefits for 10 years: Real property tax exemption · Business license fee exemption · Personal property tax exemption · Sales and use tax exemption on building materials necessary for construction Contact: 202.727.6365 · www.dmped.dc.gov One City One Hire One City One Hire is an employer-driven hiring initiative with the goal of putting District residents back to work. The expense to businesses to hire new employees can be a costly investment in both time and money. The DC Department of Employment Services (DOES) can help employers defray some of these costs by facilitating training, recruitment, screening processes for potential hires as well as tax incentives and wage subsidies. Additional DOES programs, services and tax-based employer incentives include the following: On-the-Job Training (OJT) Program · Apprenticeship Program · Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) · Project Empowerment (PE) · Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) · Virtual DC Works! Career Center System Contact: 202.698.5141 · onecityonehire.org Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014
  9. 9. expLore with the WDCEP the Washington, Dc economic partnership pRoviDes DC BUsinesses With • site location assistance • economic Data • Development information • Business Development seminars learn Interact • neighborhood Demographics Learn more at wdcep.com
  10. 10. RETAIL INCENTIVES & RESOURCES (CONTINUED) DC Main Streets Through DC Main Streets, DSLBD provides comprehensive technical and financial assistance to build the capacity of neighborhood nonprofit organizations (i.e., DC Main Street organizations) to assist businesses and coordinate sustainable community-driven revitalization efforts. The DC Main Street organizations are Nationally Accredited Main Streets through the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Local volunteers and community development professionals organize and lead the DC Main Street commercial district revitalization efforts. Contact: 202.727.3900 · www.dslbd.dc.gov/service/dc-main-streets-program Main Street Neighborhoods: Barracks Row (4) · Congress Heights (15) · Deanwood (16) · Dupont Circle (18) · H Street, NE (27) · North Capitol (37) · Rhode Island Avenue, NE (43 & 44) · Shaw (45) Enterprise Zone The District of Columbia “Enterprise Zone” (EZ) Program was established in 1997 by the Federal Government to stimulate economic growth and job development in the nation’s capital. The program offers these benefits to qualified businesses: • Employee Tax Credits / up to $3,000 for each DC resident employee (full or part-time)* • Work Opportunity Credits / up to $9,600 for each employee from targeted demographic groups such as veterans, disabled individuals, recipients of family assistance, and others. • EZ Bonds—Tax Exempt Bond Financing / up to $15 million in below-market interest rate loans (as much as 200 basis points below the market rate). Activities such as construction and renovation of a building, equipment acquisition, land and building acquisition and tenant improvements may be financed through EZ Bonds* • Exclusion of Capital Gains from DC Zone Assets / eliminates capital gain in gross income from qualified property sale or exchange (properties must be held more than 5 years)* * as of 2012 these specific incentives have expired, but are expected to be reauthorized by the Federal government. However, tax exempt bonds are still available for non-profits and manufacturing businesses. Contact: 202.727.6365 · www.dmped.dc.gov Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014
  11. 11. NEIGHBORHOODS 1 14th & U Streets/MidCity 30 Kennedy Street 2 Adams Morgan 3 Anacostia 31 Lincoln Heights/Richardson Dwellings 4 Barracks Row 32 Minnesota & Benning 5 Barry Farm 33 Mount Pleasant 6 Bellevue/South Capitol 34 Mount Vernon Triangle 7 Brookland 35 New York Avenue/Bladensburg Road 8 Capitol Hill 36 NoMa 9 Capitol Riverfront 37 North Capitol 10 Central 14th Street 38 Northwest One 11 Chevy Chase/Friendship Heights 39 Park Morton 12 Chinatown 40 Parkside/Kenilworth 13 Cleveland Park 41 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE 14 Columbia Heights 42 Petworth/Park View 15 Congress Heights/Saint Elizabeths 43 Rhode Island Avenue, NE/Brentwood 16 Deanwood 44 Rhode Island Avenue, NE/Woodridge 17 Downtown DC 45 Shaw 18 Dupont Circle 46 Southwest Waterfront 19 East Capitol Street/Capitol Gateway 47 Takoma 20 Fort Lincoln/Dakota Crossing 48 Union Market 21 Fort Totten 49 Union Station/Burnham Place 22 Georgetown 50 West End/Foggy Bottom 23 Georgia Avenue/Brightwood 24 Georgia Avenue/Walter Reed 25 Glover Park 26 Golden Triangle 27 H Street, NE 28 Hillcrest/Skyland 29 Howard University/Pleasant Plains Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 NW NE SW SE
  12. 12. NW Georgia Avenue/ 24 Walter Reed Takoma 47 NE Georgia Avenue/ 23 Brightwood 11 30 Chevy Chase/ Friendship Heights Kennedy Street 21 10 Central 14th Street 42 Mount 33 Pleasant Glover Park 39 Howard University/ Pleasant Plains Brookland Park Morton 29 Columbia Heights Rhode Island Ave, NE/ Brentwood 43 20 35 New York Avenue/ Bladensburg Road Dupont Circle 45 Shaw 37 Union Market 48 36 Parkside/ 40 Kenilworth Northwest One 34 Mt Vernon Triangle 38 50 Downtown 17 12 Fort Lincoln/ Dakota Crossing North Capitol NoMa Golden Triangle 26 West End/ Foggy Bottom 44 Rhode Island Ave, NE/ Woodridge 14th & U/ 1 MidCity 18 22 14 Adams Morgan 2 Georgetown Petworth/Park View 7 Cleveland Park 13 25 Fort Totten Chinatown 49 27 H Street, NE Deanwood 16 Union Station/ Burnham Place Minnesota & 32 Benning 8 Southwest Waterfront Barracks Row 4 9 Capitol Riverfront 3 Anacostia Pennsylvania 41 Avenue, SE 28 Hillcrest/Skyland 5 Barry Farm SW Congress Heights/ 15 Saint Elizabeths 6 Lincoln Heights/ Richardson Dwellings East Capitol Street/ Capitol Gateway 19 Capitol Hill 46 31 Bellevue/ South Capitol Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 SE
  13. 13. 14TH & U STREETS/MIDCITY 28,000+ Population within a 10-min. walk $116K Average household income 1,185 Residential units under construction within a half-mile3 TRADER JOE’S Will open in 2014 at 14th & U Sts. 14,115 MidCity, named one of APA’s Great Places in America, is at the center of DC’s renaissance. The commercial vitality is centered along the 14th & U Street corridors, located near the established neighborhoods of Logan Circle, Dupont Circle, Shaw, Columbia Heights, LeDroit Park and Adams Morgan. Young professionals come to 14th & U Streets to experience the vibrancy of urban living and enjoy the diverse and growing dining, retail, residential, entertainment and cultural offerings. In 2013, 716 new residential units were built and nearly 1,200 condos and apartments and 130,000 square feet of retail are under construction within a half-mile. At the same time, more than 20 bars and restaurants opened in 2013, adding more than 2,000 seats to the city’s dining scene. The MidCity experience is all about energy and vitality, experienced by thousands daily in its coffee shops, restaurants, boutique retailers, fitness centers and professional services. It is one of DC’s premier walkable neighborhoods, offering superb proximity to great retail like Whole Foods Market, Ted’s Bulletin, Matchbox, Busboys & Poets and in 2014 a Trader Joe’s grocery store along with worldclass entertainment in theaters and clubs. Since the opening of a 36,000-square-foot Room & Board in 2010, a home furnishings niche has also been burgeoning along 14th Street, featuring stores like Home Rule and Miss Pixies. Also thriving within MidCity are multiple trendy vintage and secondhand stores, like Current Boutique, Lettie Gouch and Vastu. MidCity has also become home to a significant creative sector, with U Street hailed as one of ‘‘America’s Most Animated Arts Places” by ArtPlace. In addition to the neighborhood’s galleries, cultural anchors include theatres like the Lincoln, Source, and Studio. The African American Civil War Memorial and Museum, the Duke Ellington Mural, the Mary McLeod Bethune House, the Thurgood Marshall Center for Service & Heritage and Cultural Tourism DC’s visitor center help animate the neighborhood with a unique sense of place. Average monthly Capital Bikeshare arrivals2 Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 1
  14. 14. UT 48% 49% 52% High School Graduate + 90% 88% 89% Bachelor’s Degree + 72% 69% 63% Graduate/Professional WOOD Degree LEY RD 40% 38% 35% 1.7 1.9 30% 65% $111,669 $76,007 34% 15% 15% 53% 50% 51% $57,110 D AR $53,454 R AM AL O $55,293 12% RN IFO 45% CAL 48% IA S 16% T 35% 6% 8% 11% 32.7 Median Age (years) 32.6 33.3 A ID OR FL GLEN’S GARDEN MARKET Circle $21,298 PHILLIPS $247,792 $18,931 $79,895 ·· Pets $3,210 $13,557 $41,845 ·· Television, Radio & Sound $7,737 $32,776 $102,066 COLLECTION Food at Home $29,950 $126,796 $395,271 Food away from Home Personal Care $2,760 $11,635 $35,752 $6,259 $26,417 $81,484 Vehicle Maint. & Repair M 94 Walker’s Paradise GEORGE WASHINGTON HOSPITAL BROOKS BROTHERS H PEN NS M YLV AN WHOLE FOODS RENAISSANCE MAYFLOWER HOTEL M PAUL BAKERY CHARLES TYRWHITT M Farragut West Foggy Bottom/GWU IA AV E L ST Farragut Square BY MARRIOTT IMF CARNEGIE LIBRARY Mcpherson Square Lafayette Square WORLD BANK G ST F ST THE WHITE HOUSE GSA HQ E ST DOI CITYCENTERDC Metro Center THE HAMILTON Gallery Pl/ Chinatown M WARNER THEATER Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 D ST The K ST RENAISSANCE HOTEL NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART WOODIES BUIDLING HOTEL MONACO NATIONAL THEATER E ST M EMBASSY SUITES M I ST 17TH ST GEORGE WASHINGTON 22ND ST 23RD ST MAC PKWY OTO &P CENTER Farragut North H ST UNIVERSITY CONTACT THE WATERGATE Washington, DC Economic Partnership Chad Shuskey, SVP, Research & Visual Communications 202.661.8670 cshuskey@wdcep.com VI R GI COURTYARD www.wdcep.com THE KENNEDY N SHAW PAGE 45 WASHINGTON CONVENTION CENTER MARRIOTT MARQUIS K ST IA A VE E AV Mt Vernon Sq/ Convention Center M ST NORDSTROM RACK 20TH ST Washington Circle Shaw/Ho Univers GIANT BTOO RIZIK’S 21ST ST 25TH ST WALK SCORE M SEASONAL PANTRY N ST RITZ-CARLTON 7,146 /10,388 U Street/African-Am. Civil War Mem./Cardozo PROGRE TOPAZ HOTEL THOMAS PINK TRADER JOE’S ND M CITYMARKET AT O STREET WHOLE FOODS MARKET E AV METRO RAIL EXITS FOUR SEASONS HOTEL (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) LA E IS Logan Circle P ST GARDEN INN M ST OD RH STUDIO THEATER DUPONT CIRCLE PAGE 18 UT Source: ESRI, 2013 Estimates & Projections PARK HYATT 2. Station within 0.5 miles of 1400 U Street HILTON 3. WDCEP (12/2013) FAIRMONT HOTEL E N Dupont Circle $79,958 27TH ST 28TH ST $25,852 R ST KOMI $103,553 $6,128 Shaw/Howard University SOURCE THEATER S ST Q ST $272,125 $33,067 Household Furnishings 29TH ST $88,103 $7,838 HOWAR THEATE ROOM & BOARD DUPONT HOTEL TIC EC NN CO $20,908 Home Improvement SAFEWAY NE W Entertainment & Recreation $130,673 $6,910 PS $41,914 M U St/African American Civil War Mem'l/Cardozo HA M $1,643 Sheridan 19TH ST $9,925 Computers & Accessories H HOWARD UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL T ST E AV CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Apparel 14th & U/ midcity FUTURE HOWARD TOWN CENTER LINCOLN THEATER M U ST TRADER JOE’S LAURIOL PLAZA 35% Age 65+ REEVES CENTER WASHINGTON HILTON 38% 36% POTBELL FUEL PIZ FROZENY MCDONALDS VE R 10% AV YES! ORGANIC MARKET V ST AV E Age ET < 20 TS AgeA 20–34 VE Age 35–64 23RD ST O WY VE GA MIN HI RE K AGE 24TH ST AS SA CH US 18TH ST RE C Median HH Disposable F LORIDA 8TH ST 35% 16% HH Income $50–75k CK MON T RD BE HH Income $75k+ L RO RD 16TH ST 31% PK W Y HH Income < $50k EK KA A HOWARD UNIVERSITY 18TH ST $73,687 RD $79,842 M MB IA Median HH RA LO LU $106,932 CO $115,706 E Average HH 9TH ST INCOME HARRIS TEETER YES! ORGANIC MARKET 11TH ST $479,469 SAFEWAY MO NT AV E 70% $506,172 LA 13TH ST 65% $565,150 DULCINEA BAR & GRILL FAIRMONT ST PL 35% CA THE 35% Median HH Value 172,321 1.8 ER NI E GEORGIA AV 51,582 D R AL AVE 15,366 Renter-occupied HOWARD UNIVERSITY/ PLEASANT PLAINS PAGE 29 COLUMBIA HEIGHTS PAGE 14 13TH ST M Owner-occupied CALVERT ST M HARVARD ST ADAMS MORGAN PAGE 2 14TH ST Households Park/Zoo/ Woodley(HH) Adams Morgan Average HH Size DR COLUMBIA RD 14TH ST 27TH ST 28TH ST HOUSEHOLDS IRVING ST H A RVARD ST YES! ORGANIC MARKET MARRIOT WARDMAN PARK HOTEL M Columbia Heights ZOOLOGICAL 48% PARK LAMONT ST 32 THIRTY-TWO 6TH ST Female 29TH ST 358,592 NATIONAL TIVOLI THEATER MOUNT PLEASANT LIBRARY TARGET BEST BUY BED, BATH & BEYOND MARSHALLS 7TH ST 51% MOTHERSHIP Map circle REDROCKS radius is ½-mile Arts/Tourism ST 95,793 52% Government MORTON ST GIANT FOOD 15TH ST E AV 28,015 Male BID Area Education PAGreat Street RK RD VE SHERMAN A 18TH ST 0–3mi PARK RD Main Street Retail/Restaurant POPULATION Population THE AVENUE THE COUPE ST DER WAR 0–1mi NE WT ON ST MO NR OE ST 17TH ST RD ANT LEAS MT P TIC EC NN CO 0–½mi I N GLE 19TH ST KL Federal SHAKESPEARE THEATRE WALGRE PANERA M GALLERY VERIZO CENTER HARMAN CENTER F THE ART WOOLY MAMMO THEATER IA IND A NA
  15. 15. ADAMS MORGAN $115k Average household income 17,550 SF of new retail space to start construction in 2014 24,000+ Population within a 10-minute walk 220 New hotel rooms to start construction in 2014 Vibrant, diverse and artistic, Adams Morgan is abuzz with colorful storefronts, friendly sidewalk cafes, restaurants with diverse cuisine from around the world, intimate coffee shops and some of the District’s liveliest nightspots. Young professionals come for the spicy urban experience…and stay to raise their families. The primary crossroads in Adams Morgan— Columbia Road and 18th Street—are the epicenter for independently owned shops that sell unique, one-of-a-kind gifts, clothing and furniture in all price ranges. It’s here that visitors will find record stores and book stores, household furnishings and local contemporary artists’ work. Adams Morgan offers a variety of dining for every palate and pocket book, featuring independent boutiques and family-friendly establishments. Savor the energy that emanates from the mingling of cultures, live music and artwork inside the restaurants—all of which make Adams Morgan a regional attraction. New investment in the area includes a $6.8 million new streetscape on 18th Street from Florida Avenue to Columbia Road that was completed in 2012 and in 2014 three major projects will start construction–a new 220-room boutique hotel and two mixed-use developments totaling 116 condos and 17,550 square feet of new retail space. The neighborhood is situated between the Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan and Columbia Heights Metrorail Stations. The neighborhood also offers public parking garages off of 18th Street and Florida Avenue. Discounted daytime garage parking is also available with free validation from all retailers and restaurants seven days a week until 5 pm. The Circulator Bus serves Adams Morgan seven days a week and until 3:30 am on Fridays and Saturdays. Routes L2, 42 and the 90s on Metro Bus serve Adams Morgan seven days a week. Moving beyond the murals, discover the beauty of this historic district. Turn-of-the-century homes and new residential condo developments are magnets for the steady stream of young families and professionals in search of the perfect multicultural, urban lifestyle. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 2
  16. 16. 0–1mi Population 24,393 84,216 341,221 49% 50% 50% 90% 72% AS A 64% 43% MEDIUM RARE 40% HOUSEHOLDS 45,854 1.7 1.8 1.9 30% 35% 69% 70% 65% $559,466 Median HH Value $566,874 KL I N GLE RD $495,339 $114,595 $112,825 $113,922 Median HH $82,416 $78,558 $76,667 HH Income < $50k 34% 15% 55% 52% 51% $58,912 $56,362 AR KA NS TIVOLI THEATER MOUNT PLEASANT LIBRARY TARGET BEST BUY BED, BATH & BEYOND MARSHALLS 27TH ST 11% 16% 45% 45% 39% Age 35–64 37% 36% MARRIOT WARDMAN 34% 8% 8% 11% 33.3 33.0 Age 65+ CIRCLE ORY Median Age (years) AT 33.5 W ND LA OD O CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) DR Apparel $122,641 US NAVAL Entertainment & OBSERVATORY Woodley Park/Zoo/ Adams Morgan M $431,080 $6,155 $19,914 N LA $69,763 NO RM ·· Pets $12,068 $38,998 $139,394 ·· Television, Radio & Sound $29,215 $95,134 $334,572 $112,614 $369,278 $1,306,351 $78,662 $254,722 $888,506 $98,472 $380,571 SAFEWAY Adams Morgan YES! ORGANIC MARKET $828,680 PL $33,338 $23,491 $75,931 Dumbarton Source: ESRI, 2013 Estimates & Projections Oaks Park D ING OM WY ET TS METRORAIL EXITS SAFEWAY AV E AVE AS RNI IFO CAL WASHINGTON HILTON T S ST A ID OR FL DUPONT CIRCLE PAGE 18 6,905 / 10,979 Woodley Park/Zoo/Adams Morgan Montrose PS PHILLIPS COLLECTION IN NS CO W IS Dupont Circle HUGO BOSS P ST R ST Q ST 27TH ST 28TH ST 30TH ST 31ST ST 29TH ST PARK HYATT HILTON GARDEN INN BROOKS BROTHERS Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 M ST FOUR SEASONS HOTEL BTOO N ST E AV FAIRMONT HOTEL TOPAZ HOTEL UT APPLE STORE M STUDIO THEATER P ST WHOLE FOODS MARKET OLD STONE HOUSE SHOPS AT GEORGETOWN PARK MALL SAFEWAY SOURCE THEATER S ST KOMI TIC EC NN CO 33RD ST AVE CONTACT O ST Adams Morgan Partnership BID Kristen Barden, Executive Director 202.997.0783 kbarden@adamsmorganonline.org N ST www.adamsmorganonline.org ALLSAINTS 14TH & U/MIDCITY PAGE 1 DUPONT HOTEL Q ST CB2 ROOM & BOARD HA M Sheridan Circle U ST T ST GLEN’S GARDEN MARKET WALK SCORE 91 Walker’s Paradise REEVES CENTER TRADER JOE’S E AV 19TH ST Park YE OR MA V ST LAURIOL PLAZA (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) 12,483 / 16,425 Columbia Heights R ST 18TH ST RE RD MB IA AR AM NE W Vehicle Maint. & Repair $264,038 M AS $115,977 SA CH $269,374 U S MON T RD BEL OR K AL RD 16TH ST $74,802 $10,289 CK 18TH ST $23,194 Personal Care RO A LU Household Furnishings Y M CO $30,523 PK W EK 23RD ST WHITEHAVEN ST Home Improvement RA LO KA 24TH ST Food away from Home DR C Food at Home TO NE HARRIS TEETER AV E $232,140 S AN R IE HI RE $71,580 Recreation CO L YES! ORGANIC MARKET PARK HOTEL CALVERT ST $37,630 Computers & Accessories IRV Y RD CA THE 34TH PL 10% Age 20–34 WOOD LE M Columbia Heights H A RVARD ST E AV D AN Age < 20 28TH ST L VE 29TH ST E CL AGE GIANT FOO D $55,819 Median HH Disposable NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL PARK D R AL AVE HH Income $75k+ ST 16% E AV 32% UT 27% HH Income $50–75k CATHEDRAL AVE 18% PA RK R ANT LEAS MT P Average HH TIC EC NN CO INCOME RD COLUMBIA HEIGHTS PAGE 14 NE WT ON ST MO NR OE ST MOUNT PLEASANT PAGE 33 19TH ST 34TH ST Renter-occupied ING 161,507 31% MACOMB ST Owner-occupied SPR UPTOWN THEATER 13,910 Average HH Size Cleveland Park ST WY PK CH 17TH ST Households (HH) M PINEY BR AN 36% POR TE R 18TH ST Graduate/Professional Degree 34TH ST 17TH ST 18TH ST LYMAN’S 89% 79% RD 52% 94% Bachelor’s Degree + DY’S ALLEY TAYLOR ST HOLMEAD PL 51% High School Graduate + 35TH ST Map circle is ½-mile radius 14TH ST Female T ST K 48% Male R PARK ARE UPSHUR ST Government SHEPHERD ST PA R ST N BID Area Education Arts/Tourism 0–3mi POPULATION ST Main Street Great Street TILDEN ST 0–½mi ARG YLE T Retail/Restaurant UPTON ST THOMAS PINK RITZ-CARLTON TRADER JOE’S RIZIK’S RENAISSANCE MAYFLOWER HOTEL M ST
  17. 17. ANACOSTIA 14,000 Located near the banks of the Anacostia River, this historic neighborhood is enjoying a renaissance with a burgeoning small businesses community, entrepreneurs and arts scene. Anacostia’s commercial corridors are located in both HUB and Enterprise Zones with excellent access provided by Metrorail, I-295, I-395 and the Suitland Parkway. 150 Investment in the arts has resulted in several new additions to Anacostia including the Honfleur Art Gallery, The Gallery at Vivid Solutions and the new home for the Anacostia Playhouse which relocated from H Street, NE (formerly called the H Street Playhouse). In addition, the Anacostia Arts Center opened in 2013 and is home to a black box theater, five galleries/boutique spaces and pop-up gallery space. These new amenities combined with anchors such as the Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum, American Poetry Museum and Frederick Douglass National Historic Site create a distinctive arts and culture hub. New retail/restaurant SF planned for 13th & Morris Road Seats at the new Anacostia Playhouse 23% Increase in home closing prices (2012–2013)2 Enhancing the area’s cultural amenities is the Lumen8 Anacostia festival, a celebration of Anacostia’s arts and culture that debuted in 2012. It serves as a showcase of Anacostia’s emergence on the regional arts scene and draws thousands of visitors to the neighborhood during the two month exhibition. Anacostia’s commercial corridors have also experienced new investment with the opening of two business incubators, The HIVE and The HIVE 2.0, and new retail and restaurant offerings including Nubian Hueman, Vintage & Charmed, Cedar Hill Bar & Grill and Nurish Bar & Café from Kera Carpenter (owner/operator of Domku). Furthermore, in 2013, the Office of Planning carried out an Action Agenda and Implementation Blueprint for the neighborhoods of Congress Heights, Anacostia and Saint Elizabeths. The Action Agenda focuses on jobs, entrepreneurship and small business development, affordable housing, retail amenities, preservation and redevelopment, transportation connections and arts/culture. Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, SE, and several adjacent corridors, are designated Great Streets corridors and District-supported revitalization areas. As funds become available, new and existing small businesses have the opportunity to apply for reimbursable grants of up to $85,000 per location to cover capital improvement costs. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 3
  18. 18. L ST GORDON BIERSCH HARRIS TEETER Navy Yard 0–½mi 1ST ST 0–1mi US DOT POPULATION Male 29,621 44% 56% 80% 86% 13% 33% 4% Map circle is ½-mile radius 295 NAVY YARD 53% FUTURE 80% Government 47% 55% BID Area Education 219,424 WATER ST 45% 16% High School Graduate + ICON SHOWPLACE 13% Bachelor’s Degree + Graduate/Professional DIAMOND 6% TEAGUE PARK Degree FAIRLA MAR YARDS PARK N AW IRL FA Anacostia River Park N AY LO 95,030 2.2 27% 23% 33% Renter-occupied 73% 77% $253,237 $271,980 Poplar 67% Point $298,774 Average HH $46,885 $46,638 $77,305 Median HH $34,808 $31,976 $49,822 HH Income < $50k 67% 70% 50% HH Income $50–75k 17% 14% 16% HH Income $75k+ 16% 16% 34% $27,778 $26,069 $39,275 Median HH Value DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPEMENT 295 INCOME ANACOSTIA PLAYHOUSE Anacostia M AGE Age < 20 32% 32% 24% Age 20–34 22% 22% 27% Age 35–64 37% 36% 9% 10% Age 65+ Median Age (years) 31.9 SU M NE R 38% ST NS 31.9 HO W AR D RD $671 13TH ST JR A VE RD W AR D O RR IS Fort Stanton Park RD RD STANTON RD ERIE ST E $533,707 P OM $162,547COAST GUARD HQ U.S. Household Furnishings $2,713 $7,441 $105,033 Personal Care $1,174 $3,201 $45,505 Vehicle Maint. & Repair $2,806 $7,693 $108,493 SAINT ELIZABETHS WEST CAMPUS Source: ESRI, 2013 Estimates & Projections 2. MRIS (single family & condos), courtesy of Kevin J. Wood, Realtor METRORAIL EXITS (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) 7,174 / 6,152 Anacostia UI TRAFFIC COUNTS ELVANS RD AN UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS CENTER D PK SAINT ELIZABETHS EAST CAMPUS WY SAINT ELIZABETHS HOSPITAL MARTIN’S FOOD TOWN ST ST 63,000–87,600 I-295 SUBWAY MALCOM X AVE 1 0T H PL CONGRESS HEIGHTS SCHOOL T SA VA NN AH S CON T SS S GRE Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 TH ST G JR AV E PL HE RS RK IN The Anacostia BID is comprised of 30 block faces Congress radiating from the intersections of Good Hope Rd., S.E. and Heights M AL LE Y Martin Luther King, Jr., Ave., S.E. The BID board includes key SQ stakeholders from the private and non-profit communities POPEYES dedicated to commercial development, retail business GIANT FOOD CONTACT: retention and location, job training andAVE M Congress AMA community Heights ALAB participation. Programs to be developed include: clean CONGRESS HEIGHTS Edward S. Grandis, Executive Director METRO REDEVELOPMENT team, safety, streetscape and beautification, transportation Anacostia Business Improvement District Corporation H STbranding, management, Wi-Fi and social media ANNA services, 2216 Martin Luther King, Jr., Avenue, S.E. Washington, DC 20020 SAV marketing and promotion. (202) 449-9871 www.AnacostiaBID.org ED@AnacostiaBID.org N SAVAN AH S 7TH ST CONTACT Anacostia Business Improvement District Edward S. Grandis, Executive Director 202.449.9871 ED@AnacostiaBID.org www.anacostiabid.org 6TH ST JOINT BASE ANACOSTIA-BOLLING R TE ER AH T ANN SAV 15,400 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue M B 5T H ST H 4T W CO N T HS 18T 2ND S T NE T ES UC H GATEWAY PAVILION 10,200–15,300 Good Hope Road BR OT TL 15TH PL $345,387 $10,909 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR AVE $24,397 $3,866 S $8,892 Home Improvement GAINESVILLE ST EROY R D 22ND ST $39,435 OD FREDERICK DOUGLASS HOME $136,528 Food away from Home ANACOSTIA FREEWAY ANACOSTIA BARRY FARM PAGE 5 $57,290 $10,143 GO A ST NTON RD $4,049 $3,718 $14,404 Food at Home W ST BR ST $1,478 ·· Television, Radio & Sound ITOL $26,728 $333,940 C AP ·· Pets $1,847 $23,736 V ST ER TH LU M $170,584 $8,622 Entertainment & Recreation CEDAR HILL BAR & GRILL HO RD Computers & Accessories $12,450 U ST W AD $4,535 HONFLEUR GALLERY RD 34.7 CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Apparel TIN AR M 11% EV E PL M SHA NN ON Anacostia DC LOTTERY DC TAXICAB COMMISSION ELVANS R D Median HH Disposable (Avg. weekdaY) T ST ST Owner-occupied E AV TA SO E NN MI S ST R ST 16TH 2.6 ST 11,200 2.6 14TH 4,045 Average HH Size 16TH ST HOUSEHOLDS Households (HH) HALF ST E AV Q ST VE CA MA TO KIN G PO BOILERMAKER SHOPS 10,474 NATIONALS PARK Female 0–3mi TINGEY ST Population M ST Main Street Great Street NAVY YARD CAR BARN STAN TO N ST Retail/Restaurant L ST Arts/Tourism CANAL PARK M DDOT K ST 4TH S HALF ST SOUTH C VE COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT SI VE PP I A Oxon Run Parkway M Sou Aven
  19. 19. BARRACKS ROW 13 Steeped in U.S. history, the 8th Street, SE corridor’s trade area offers more than 30,000 employees by day and another 17,000 residents by night. Experience the diverse dining and retail opportunities in one of the most prominent of the thriving Capitol Hill neighborhoods. 17,000 This 2005 Great American Main Street Award winner is the oldest commercial corridor in Washington. Between 1999 and 2003 an $8.5 million streetscape investment turned Barracks Row into a pedestrian friendly and ecologically urban corridor that blends perfectly with the professional, yet progressive Capitol Hill neighborhood it serves. New businesses opened in 2013 Trade area population $97,000+ Median household income within a ten-minute walk 7,412 Barracks Row has seen a steady influx of new retailers and restaurants over the past few years and now offers more than 30 restaurants and outdoor cafes. Recent additions include Ambar, Dcanter, Kraze Burgers, Matchbox, Ted’s Bulletin, Rose’s Luxury, and Yes! Organics. Anchored by the Washington Navy Yard since 1798 and the United States Marine Corps Barracks, for which it is named, since 1801 the corridor serves the federal workforce by day and then unwinds evenings and weekends in the company of residents and fun-seeking visitors. The Historic Eastern Market, a regional tourist destination located just across Pennsylvania Avenue, enhances retail and restaurant traffic. Within the shadow of the Capitol Dome and with transportation options such as the DC Circulator route that connects to Union Station (Red Line), Eastern Market Metrorail Station (Orange/Blue Lines), Navy Yard Metrorail Station (Green Line) and two Capital Bikeshare stations, Barracks Row is easily accessible by DC residents and day visitors. Average monthly Capital Bikeshare arrivals2 Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 4
  20. 20. 0–½mi M AV E 0–1mi 0–3mi 85% 1ST ST 42% E AV 22% Union CAPITOL HILL PAGE 8 Station Plaza 32% 68% $127,707 $129,151 $85,471 Median HH $97,162 $95,040 $52,693 HH Income < $50k W 28% 27% 48% AS RAYBURN HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING 12% HIN 13% 14% G TO 60% 60% 38% N AV $66,969 $66,320 $40,941 E INCOME 39% 37% 10% 11% 34.5 34.9 Eastern Market 31% 38% C ST M 21% 36% 11% 34.0 M D ST BARRACKS ROW Food at Home $51,919 $161,792 $682,638 Food away from Home $35,778 $111,767 $447,308 Home Improvement $16,677 $49,872 $197,282 $10,625 $33,013 $133,859 $4,696 $14,698 $58,652 ARENA STAGE M Waterfront/ Household Furnishings SEU Personal Care Vehicle Maint. & Repair $10,876 N ST $33,810 GORDON BIERSCH 4TH ST I ST K ST L ST L ST HARRIS TEETER US DOT TINGEY ST NATIONALS PARK (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) NAVY YARD CAR BARN M ST CAPITOL RIVERFRONT PAGE 9 BOILERMAKER SHOPS 295 NAVY YARD WATER ST YARDS PARK Anacostia Riv Park FUTURE ICON SHOWPLACE P ST 6,229 / 7,955 Eastern Market DIAMOND TEAGUE PARK WALK SCORE 82 Very Walkable PROPOSED DC UNITED SOCCER STADIUM CONTACT Barracks Row Main Street, Inc. Martin Smith, Executive Director 202.544.3188 martin@barracksrow.org www.barracksrow.org AC OM E AV HALF ST T PO 2ND ST FORT LESLIE J MCNAIR K ST M Potom HARRIS TEETER HELLO CUPCAKE CANAL PARK $137,921 O ST 395 COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT M DDOT G ST MARINE BARRACKS Navy Yard Source: ESRI, 2013 Estimates & Projections 2. Stations within a half-mile of 650 8th Street, SE METRO RAIL EXITS 2ND PL $174,286 2ND ST $71,991 $40,871 1ST ST $17,609 $13,104 HALF ST $5,688 ·· Television, Radio & Sound SAFEWAY MATCHBOX I ST E Y AV ·· Pets SOUTH CAPITOL ST $424,584 FUTURE WHOLE FOODS ERSE $104,566 DELA WAR E AV E $34,765 1ST ST 6TH ST $220,194 $8,839 $33,778 I ST Entertainment & Recreation $53,522 $2,825 J NEW $17,176 E ST YES! ORGANIC MARKET TED’S BULLETIN G ST Computers & Accessories D ST E ST CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Apparel C ST DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPEMENT Poplar Point 295 ANACOSTIA PLAYHOUSE Anacostia M DC LOTTERY DC TAXICAB COMMISSION HONFLEUR GALLERY ER TH Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 Anacostia IN LU T AR M M CEDAR HILL BAR & GRILL U ST V ST W ST 16 T Median Age (years) T SOU ST E ST Age 395 65+ Capitol South AVE NA OLI CAR H 14TH Age 35–64 15% 37% Age < 20 RESIDENCE INN Age 20–34 BY MARRIOTT EASTERN MARKET VE YA Federal Center SW 14% SA VE K UC AGE M C ST C 13TH ST Median HH Disposable H RT NO GOOD STUFF EATERY E AV INA OL AR JR A VE HH Income $75k+ INDEPENDENCE AVE CANNON HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING MA SS AC HU SE TT KIN G 3RD ST 4TH ST 6TH ST HH Income $50–75k LIBRARY OF CONGRESS PL NATIONAL Average HH AIR & SPACE MUSEUM Lincoln Park EAST CAPITOL ST SHA NN ON Median HH Value NT KE $672,565 SUPREME COURT UNITED $610,376 STATES $379,610 CAPITOL 15TH ST 58% 14TH ST 42% 59% 14TH ST 41% Renter-occupied TE NN ES S 2.1 Owner-occupied CONSTITUTION AVE 109,897 1.9 8TH ST 17,986 1.9 4TH ST 5,869 NATIONAL Size Average HH GALLERY OF ART Enfant Plaza Stanton Square 1ST ST 3RD ST AN SI UI O L A 13TH ST 40% EE AV E 42% 12TH ST 72% High School Graduate + D ST E AV Bachelor’s Degree + NA D IA N Graduate/Professional C Degree ST PEN NSY LVA HOUSEHOLDS NIA AVE Households (HH) E ST 11TH ST 93% 76% 50% 9TH ST 93% F ST 52% WOOLY MAMMOTH Female THEATER 10TH ST 48% 51% ATLAS THEATER E AV ND LA RY MA 8TH ST 242,482 49% MaleE ST UNION STATION 7TH ST 35,666 50% 2ND ST Judiciary Sq 11,736 2ND ST M Map circle is ½-mile radius G ST SEC F ST POPULATION HARMAN CENTER FOR THE ARTS Population ROCK N ROLL HOTEL Government Arts/Tourism Union Station 6TH ST NATIONAL BUILDING MUSEUM TT S FUTURE EducationBOWL BEN’S CHILI 5TH ST G ST H STREET CONNECTION Great Street 4TH ST GALLERY PLACE BID Area Main Street Retail/Restaurant SS AC HU SE VERIZON CENTER GOURMET H ST 3RD ST MA H ST FUTURE WHOLE FOODS NO WALMART WALGREEN’S PANERA BREAD
  21. 21. BARRY FARM 1.5 M One of four New Communities Initiatives, the Barry Farm redevelopment program will replace low income residential units one-for-one, and add approximately 900 market rate units and approximately 30,000 square feet of retail space. 30,000 Barry Farm’s 26 acres is generally bound by Suitland Parkway to the north, Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue to the east, Firth Sterling Avenue to the west, and Saint Elizabeth’s West Campus to the south. Although the neighborhood has been generally isolated for years, new redevelopment plans signal the community’s rebirth and will be further bolstered by nearby development activity at Saint Elizabeths as well as the ongoing revitalization of downtown Anacostia. 22,000 Just across Suitland Parkway from Barry Farm, WC Smith has already delivered 136 new residential units as part of Phase I and a portion of Phase II of the 327-unit Sheridan Station development. In addition, Matthews Memorial Terrace added 99 residential units to the immediate area in 2012 across Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, SE from Barry Farm. Furthermore, a new 22,000-square-foot Barry Farm Recreation Center is scheduled to open in late 2014. Potential SF of Barry Farm redevelopment SF of new retail planned for Barry Farm SF new recreation center Consistent with the New Communities Initiative, the goal of this redevelopment effort is to transform the public housing development into a vibrant mixed-income, mixed-use community. In this new community, residents will have access to high quality housing options, as well as the supporting services necessary to help prepare residents to take advantage of new economic opportunities. Barry Farm’s name comes from the post-Civil War freedmen’s community begun in 1867 on Juliana and David Barry’s farmland. Anacostia’s Barry Farm housing development arose during World War II and will be undergoing a major makeover. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 5
  22. 22. M Waterfront/ 3,815 SEU 14,802 Population 45% 47% Female 57% 55% 76% 77% 14% 12% 38% Graduate/Professional Degree 6% 6% 19% 2ND PL 2ND ST M 4TH ST Government K ST Map circle is ½-mile radius CANAL PARK HARRIS TEETER L ST NAVY YARD CAR BARN M ST Navy Yard US DOT 87% Bachelor’s Degree + L Arts/Tourism ST BID Area Education BOILERMAKER SHOPS 295 NAVY YARD 53% High School Graduate + GORDON BIERSCH DDOT 202,474 43% 4TH ST Male 0–3mi MARRIOTT 1ST ST POPULATION 0–1mi HALF ST SOUTH CAPITOL ST ST 0–½mi DELA WAR E AV E ER AT W SAFEWAY ARENA STAGE K ST I ST Main Street Retail/Restaurant Great Street COURTYARD BY HARRIS TE HELLO CUPCAKE I ST AVE THE WHARF 395 RSEY W JE VE I ST TINGEY ST N ST WATER ST YARDS PARK NATIONALS PARK O ST FUTURE ICON SHOWPLACE P ST HOUSEHOLDS Households (HH) 1,352 5,242 DIAMOND TEAGUE PARK 89,980 Average HH Size 2.8 2.7 2.2 Owner-occupied 20% 21% 31% 69% $334,533 HH Income < $50k 69% 71% 47% HH Income $50–75k 15% 15% 16% HH Income $75k+ 1ST ST 16% 14% $25,217 $41,900 Age < 20 38% 34% 23% Age 20–34 24% 23% 28% Age 35–64 32% 35% 38% 6% 8% 11% 27.2 29.9 ANACOSTIA PLAYHOUSE 37% $23,976 295 34.3 Median HH Disposable Anacostia DC LOTTERY DC TAXICAB COMMISSION M AGE Age 65+ Median Age (years) Anacostia M SU M CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) $1,549 ANACOSTIA PAGE 3 RD M $340,197 HO W AR D O RR IS RD RD STANTON RD $1,891 $58,220 $1,268 $4,765 $139,313 Food at Home $4,921 $18,492 $544,319 ST Food away from Home $3,032 $11,417 $355,375 Home Improvement $1,296 $4,970 $161,303 ITOL W AD $502 ·· Television, Radio & Sound Household Furnishings $923 $3,478 $107,396 Personal Care $401 $1,504 $46,910 Vehicle Maint. & Repair $956 $3,597 $110,861 BARRY FARM P OM C AP S Source: ESRI, 2013 Estimates & Projections SAINT ELIZABETHS WEST CAMPUS METRO RAIL EXITS (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) U.S. NAVAL STATION CONGRESS HEIGHTS/ SAINT ELIZABETHS PAGE 15 TRAFFIC COUNTS ELVANS RD AN UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS CENTER D PK WY SAINT ELIZABETHS HOSPITAL SAINT ELIZABETHS EAST CAMPUS H W CO MARTIN’S FOOD TOWN ST ST NE M B ST AL LE Y SUBWAY Congress Heights M SQ MALCOM X AVE JOINT BASE ANACOSTIA-BOLLING 7TH ST POPEYES AVE AMA ALAB CONGRESS HEIGHTS METRO REDEVELOPMENT CONGRESS HEIGHTS SCHOOL T NN SAVA 1 0T H PL NN AH VE S Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 PL CONTACT Washington, DC Economic Partnership Chad Shuskey, SVP, Research & Visual Communications 202.661.8670 cshuskey@wdcep.com www.wdcep.com TL EROY R D GATEWAY PAVILION H 52,400–87,600 I-295 4T 15,500 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue 2ND S T ANACOSTIA FREEWAY (Avg. weekday) 5T H 7,174 / 6,152 Anacostia UI U.S. COAST GUARD HQ MARTIN LUTHER KING JR AVE ·· Pets ER TH LU RD E $11,069 NS CEDAR HILL BAR & GRILL $27,550 $2,936 Entertainment & Recreation $862 EV E $174,685 $229 Computers & Accessories $5,830 HO W AR D RD RD Apparel ST NE R TIN AR M HONFLEUR GALLERY 13TH ST $30,351 JR A VE $29,003 PL $47,761 Median HH DEPA & CO Poplar Point PROPOSED $83,350UNITED DC SOCCER STADIUM $53,338 KIN G Average HH FORT LESLIE J MCNAIR $46,450 INCOME SHA NN ON 79% $248,433 AC OM HALF ST 80% $229,811 Median HH Value 2ND ST Renter-occupied T PO E AV CON AH S T T SS S GRE M C H
  23. 23. BELLEVUE / SOUTH CAPITOL 17,000 SF of new retail planned at the South Capitol Street Shopping Center 125 New homes delivered at Danbury Station in 2007 100,000 SF greenhouse farm planned for Bellevue Bellevue is a residential neighborhood located in far Southwest Washington. With new community investment coming to the area, both Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue and South Capitol Street are on the cusp of new economic development growth. New development is also occurring in the immediate area, such as the new 22,500-squarefoot Bellevue Neighborhood Library that opened in 2012, Danbury Station, a new 125 townhome community opened in 2007 and Community of Hope completed a 50,000-square-foot world-class Health and Resource Center in December 2013. Future development will also include Trinity Plaza, a mixed-use development consisting of 49 apartments and 6,000 square feet of retail space and the redevelopment of the South Capitol Street Shopping Center into a $52 million, 225,000-square-foot mixed-use project with 215 residential units and up to 17,000 square feet of retail space. The CVS’ Regional Training Center, PNC Bank, Joint Base Anacostia Bolling (JBAB), the Naval Research Laboratory, the Blue Plains wastewater treatment plant, the Metropolitan Police Academy, Washington Firefighters Training Center, a federal Job Corps center, the Architect of the Capitol’s Botanic Garden’s production facility and Specialty Hospital of Washington-Hadley bring a solid daytime population to the area. As part of Mayor Gray’s Sustainable DC Initiative, the District Government is partnering with BrightFarms, which will build a 100,000-squarefoot greenhouse farm near South Capitol Street and Southern Avenue in 2014. The hydroponic farm will operate year-round and will grow up to one million pounds of local produce per year – including tomatoes, lettuces, and herbs–to sell to local grocery stores and restaurants. South Capitol Street, and several adjacent corridors, are designated Great Streets corridors and Districtsupported revitalization areas. As funds become available, new and existing small businesses have the opportunity to apply for reimbursable grants of up to $85,000 per location to cover capital improvement costs. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 6
  24. 24. Government 26,660 152,980 Male 46% 45% 54% 55% 82% 83% 85% Bachelor’s Degree + 11% 13% 30% Graduate/Professional Degree 3% 4% MARTIN’S FOOD TOWN ST 54% High School Graduate + M B 46% Female W CO 14% ST AL L SUBWAY MALCOM X AVE JOINT BASE ANACOSTIA-BOLLING POPEY 7TH ST 8,829 5T H Population NE ST POPULATION Map circle is ½-mile radius H Arts/Tourism 0–3mi 4T 0–1mi BID Area Education 2ND S T 0–½mi Main Street Great Street ANACOSTIA FREEWAY Retail/Restaurant MARTIN LUTH STATION CONGRESS HEIGHTS SCHOOL HOUSEHOLDS Average HH $40,815 $45,887 $75,872 Median HH $31,349 $34,177 $50,537 73% 67% 49% 15% 16% 17% HH Income $75k+ 12% 17% $27,834 CONGRESS HEIGHTS/ SAINT ELIZABETHS PAGE 15 34% $25,846 MA RT IN HH Income < $50k HH Income $50–75k LU TH INCOME 4TH ST 69% $251,539 SA VA NN AH 80% $234,073 BR OT 80% $254,107 Median HH Value T 6TH ST 31% JR AV E 20% G 20% S 2.3 Owner-occupied Renter-occupied 64,041 HORNER PL 2.4 PL 10,880 2.2 HE RS 3,945 Average HH Size ER KIN Households (HH) $40,552 JOINT BASE ANACOSTIA-BOLLING AGE 27% 25% 25% 38% 35% E AV 38% Age 65+ 10% 9% 34.0 30.6 M 10% Median Age (years) 295 34.0 AUTO ZONE $3,825 2N D $112,287 $569 $1,791 $17,671 Entertainment & Recreation $7,322 $22,619 $221,720 ·· Pets $1,243 $3,824 $38,441 ·· Television, Radio & Sound $3,093 $9,599 $90,685 $12,066 $37,451 CENTER WASHINGTON HIGHLANDS LIBRARY $353,134 Food at Home SOUTH CAPITOL SHOPPING CENTER CHESAPEAKE ST DANBURY ST $23,493 $228,132 $3,484 $10,361 $107,881 Household Furnishings $2,284 $7,097 $70,099 $973 $3,063 $30,457 $2,357 $7,333 $72,665 PNC BANK Personal Care Vehicle Maint. & Repair Source: ESRI, 2013 Estimates & Projections (Avg. weekday) H FORRESTER ST VE RA GJ KIN TRAFFIC COUNTS HADLEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL THER $7,486 Home Improvement MARTIN LU Food away from Home SOUTH CAPITOL ST Computers & Accessories $11,908 BELLEVUE/ SOUTH CAPITOL HEALTH & C STRESOURCE 18,700–32,000 South Capitol Street 73,800 I-295 S T T CONTACT Washington, DC Economic Partnership Chad Shuskey, SVP, Research & Visual Communications 202.661.8670 cshuskey@wdcep.com www.wdcep.com AR YL AN D JOLI E M N VIRGI Apparel ATLANTI ST CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 N CO DO N R TE ATLANTIC ST CHESAPEAKE ST 6TH ST 23% Age 35–64 EY LL VA 4TH ST Age 20–34 SS SI IS 3R D ST 31% VE IA PP I LIVINGSTON RD 29% 1ST ST Age < 20 1ST ST Median HH Disposable
  25. 25. brookland $95k Average household incomes within a ten-minute walk 91 Walk Score – walker’s paradise $504k Average single-family home closing price in 20132 237 New EYA townhomes at Chancellor’s Row With tree-lined streets, single-family residences, a new town center and proximity to the Brookland/CUA Metrorail Station, the neighborhood of Brookland offers tremendous retail and restaurant opportunities close to the heart of the nation’s capital. Catholic University along with Abdo Development and the Bozzuto Group have completed Phase I of their Monroe Street Market project. Located adjacent to the Brookland-CUA Metrorail Station, Phase I delivered 57,000 square feet of retail space (initial tenants include Bus Boys and Poets, Barnes & Noble, &Pizza and Potbelly), 562 apartments, an Arts Walk with studio space for artists, and a clock tower that will anchor an active public square. Other complementary projects in the neighborhood are Chancellors Row, a 237 single-family home development built by EYA and 901 Monroe Street, a 213-unit apartment building with 13,000 square feet of retail space. Brookland is also home to several tourist destinations and major employment centers. The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, the largest Catholic Church in the United States, forms the architectural heart of Brookland, while Catholic University, Trinity University, the Howard University Divinity School and the Franciscan Monastery provide a population in excess of 10,000 students, faculty and staff. In addition, nearby hospitals include the Washington Hospital Center, the National Rehabilitation Hospital, Children’s Hospital, the Hospital for Sick Children Pediatric Center, the Veteran’s Administration Hospital and Providence Hospital. Largely constructed during the Art Deco era, Brookland’s commercial district, 12th Street, NE, is the neighborhood’s main street. Local residents and area students come here for a wide range of neighborhood goods and services, such as eateries, hardware stores and grocery stores, including Yes! Organic Market. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 7
  26. 26. Fort Totten SH IRE Park GALLATIN ST M 331,893 DECATUR ST 47% 49% 0–1mi 7,251 47% DR EN TT TO NE W RT FO 0–½mi Main Street Male Rock Creek Cemetery 51% 82% Bachelor’s Degree + 42% 33% 44% Graduate/Professional Degree 27% 18% 22% CRITTENDEN ST BUCHANAN ST 143,353 2.7 2.3 2.2 Owner-occupied 56% 48% 39% 44% $389,837 61% $389,761 CH UR CH RD 52% $421,796 Median HH Value VARNUM ST 2ND ST Renter-occupied 1ST ST Average HH Size WEBSTER ST VE OA RIC 10,111 AVE RTO 2,085 AVE Households (HH) WAII PUE HA HOUSEHOLDS 7TH ST 84% L 6TH P 53% 90% AND OKL BRO 53% High School Graduate + INCOME RHODE ISLAND AVE, NE/ WOODRIDGE PAGE 44 CR EE K TAYLOR ST $59,549 44% 43% HH Income $50–75k 20% 18% 16% HH Income $75k+ 42% 38% 42% $48,661 $43,400 $46,559 Median HH Disposable AGE YES! ORGANIC MARKET 32% 38% Age 65+ 13% 17% 11% Median Age (years) 33.1 38.4 34.6 CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) $299,665 $2,954 $48,047 Entertainment & Recreation $9,031 $37,546 $1,522 $6,299 $99,642 $3,550 $15,028 VETERANS AFFAIRS H H THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE $236,006 MEDICAL CENTER $14,043 $59,385 $929,766 $8,940 $37,815 $613,820 Home Improvement NATIONAL $5,147 CHILDRENS Food away from Home H $20,282 $281,816 $2,780 $11,624 $184,486 $1,135 $4,817 $11,921 HAMLIN ST $80,889 $2,869 MEDICAL CENTER Household Furnishings M IC HI Personal Care GA NA VE Vehicle Maint. & Repair $190,558 TRINITY COLLEGE GIRARD ST Source: ESRI, 2013 Estimates & Projections 2. MRIS (2013), courtesy of Kevin J. Wood, Realtor RITE AID GLENWOOD CEMETERY WALK score SAVE A LOT RH 91 Walker’s Paradise LINC OLN RD RUSTIK TAVERN 4TH ST 3RD ST 2ND ST SUMMIT PL ST RD D W ST COMFO & SUIT 5TH ST 2ND ST 3RD ST 1ST ST T ST AV E O GIANT FOOD T ST S ST RHODE ISLAND ROW Rhode Island Ave W ST A BR M ADAMS ST O N TA N HOME DEPOT BR EN TW O BRYANT ST M VE DA LAN E IS OD FORMAN MILLS CONTACT V ST Washington, DC Economic Partnership Chad Shuskey, SVP, Research & Visual Communications 202.661.8670 U ST cshuskey@wdcep.com WINDOWS CAFE www.wdcep.com W RHODE ISLAND AVE, NE/ BRENTWOOD PAGE 43 (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) 6,616 / 4,348 Brookland/Catholic University of America FLIP IT BAKERY FRANKLIN ST METRO RAIL EXITS RED HEN LAWRENCE ST IRVING ST 4TH ST Food at Home BROOKLAND T HS ·· Television, WASHINGTON Radio HOSPITAL CENTER & Sound MONROE ST 15T IRVING ST NEWTON ST BROOKLAND TRUE VALUE 14T H Computers & Accessories Millan ervoir MONROE STREET MARKET $585,351 ·· Pets M Brookland/ CUA 9TH ST $19,115 $701 E AV 8TH ST $4,504 N IGA CH MI THE BASILICA CVS 7TH ST Apparel OTIS ST CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA 18TH ST 36% 17TH ST 24% 34% 16TH ST 30% Age 35–64 14TH ST Age 20–34 FRANCISCAN MONASTERY 19% 13TH ST 23% 12TH ST 23% 10TH ST Age < 20 14TH ST 38% 13T H ST HH Income < $50k RO CK $90,213 $55,814 OD RD $81,566 $62,487 O HAREW $94,862 Median HH T ITOL S CAP RTH NO Average HH 15TH ST 3RD ST Female Government Map circle is ½-mile radius POPULATION Population BID Area Education SARGENT RD 26,362 HA MP 0–3mi SO Retail/Restaurant UT H D Great Street AK O T Arts/Tourism A A VE WY NE Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 VE K A HECHT’S WAREHOUSE OR DISTRICT
  27. 27. CAPITOL HILL $145k Average household income within a half-mile 32 million Annual Union Station visitors $871k Average closing price for single-family homes in 20132 9,475 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. Located in one of the nation’s largest historic districts, the Capitol Hill trade area includes the U.S. Capitol, Senate and House office buildings, Supreme Court, Library of Congress and the District’s oldest commercial corridor—Barracks Row. Throughout Capitol Hill a unique mix of national chain and specialty retail stores, welcoming restaurants, modern amenities and professional services dot the tree-lined streetscape giving the neighborhood a small-town feel. In addition, the neighborhood is home to Eastern Market, the bustling weekend magnet for residents and visitors alike since 1873 and the oldest of the District’s public markets. The neighborhood will also experience new development in the near future with the redevelopment of the Hine Junior High School at 700 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE. The mixed-use project will deliver 160,000 square feet of office/institutional space, 156 residential units and 40,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space. With several transportation options including Union Station, the Metrorail’s Orange, Blue and Red Lines, two DC Circulator routes and numerous Capital Bikeshare stations Capitol Hill offers residents, shoppers and visitors an easy commute. Average monthly Capital Bikeshare arrivals3 Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 8
  28. 28. 0–1mi 0–3mi WALMART POPULATION 82% 71% 40% UNION STATION 1ST ST 7,088 21,025 1.9 1.9 14% HH Income $75k+ 66% 60% $76,573 $66,923 39% UNITED STATES $41,877 CAPITOL 13% 14% 13TH ST Lincoln Park EAST CAPITOL ST AGE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS NATIONAL AIR & Age < 20 SPACE MUSEUM Age 20–34 36% Age 35–64 4TH ST 3RD ST Age 65+ Median Age (years) INDEPENDENCE AVE CANNON HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING C ST $62,708 $10,395 $20,727 $76,795 $17,687 $47,881 $186,088 D ST C & Sound $728,546 $478,606 $210,110 $143,076 $6,346 $17,281 $62,678 $14,809 $39,780 $147,312 Vehicle Maint. & Repair I ST Source: ESRI, 2013 Estimates & Projections 2. MRIS (2013), courtesy of Kevin J. Wood, Realtor 3. Stations within a half-mile of Pennsylvania & 8th Streets SAFEWAY METRO RAIL EXITS M (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) 6,229 / 7,955 Eastern Market Waterfront/ SEU 32,237 / 16,067 Union Station K ST COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT K ST L ST M HARRIS TEETER M ST NAVY YARD CAR BARN Navy Yard WALK score 4TH ST I ST L ST US DOT TINGEY ST NATIONALS PARK O ST MP HARRIS TEETER HELLO CUPCAKE CANAL PARK N ST 85 Very Walkable 395 I ST GORDON BIERSCH DDOT 3,379 / 2,766 Potomac Avenue FUTURE WHOLE FOODS E Y AV DELA WAR E AV E Personal Care 8TH ST $38,785 MARINE BARRACKS 4TH ST $14,571 2ND PL Household Furnishings G ST 2ND ST $58,858 1ST ST $23,681 HALF ST Home Improvement SOUTH CAPITOL ST $131,254 ERSE $189,639 $48,706 MATCHBOX J NEW T G S$69,828 Food away from Home YES! ORGANIC MARKET TED’S BULLETIN 14TH ST 395 ·· Television, Radio ARENA STAGE VE AA LIN A RO HC E ST E ST ·· Pets Food at Home T SOU M $453,458 $7,767 C ST Eastern Market Capitol South $37,231 $122,898 CAPITOL HILL SA VE EASTERN MARKET M $235,429 $46,251 E AV INA OL AR C VE YA Apparel $23,382 L'Enfant Federal Plaza Computers & Accessories Center SW $3,850 H RT NO GOOD STUFF EATERY MA SS AC HU SE TT K UC M 35% 32% 39% WA RAYBURN HOUSE 40% 37% SH OFFICE BUILDING IN 11% 12% 10% G TO 35.3 35.1 33.8 N AV E CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) RESIDENCE Entertainment & INN BY MARRIOTT Recreation HO TE NN ES S 21% SUPREME COURT 15TH ST 13% CONSTITUTION AVE 14TH ST 27% 13% 12TH ST 3RD ST 21% EE AV E 47% HH Income < $50k HH Income $50–75k 11TH ST $54,024 10TH ST $87,160 $95,938 Stanton Square 9TH ST $129,760 $107,250 Union Station Plaza 8TH ST $144,542 Median HH Disposable TR IN I E ST 2.1 33% E 56% 67% AV A $600,726 $384,716 AN SI UI LO 56% GALLERY OF ART MA F ST E AV ND LA RY 44% $723,796 Median HH NATIONAL H STREET PAGE 27 115,089 44% ATLAS THEATER SEC 23% Judiciary Sq Average HH Size D ST VE Owner-occupied AA IAN Renter-occupied ND I Median HH Value C ST PEN NSY LVA INCOME NIA AVE Average HH Union Station 44% 48% HOUSEHOLDS E ST WOOLY Households (HH) MAMMOTH THEATER M 85% ROCK N ROLL HOT FUTURE BEN’S CHILI BOWL G ST 7TH ST M H STREET CONNECTION 52% 2ND ST HARMAN CENTER FOR THE ARTS 48% 6TH ST Graduate/Professional F ST Degree 96% NATIONAL BUILDING MUSEUM H ST 5TH ST High School Graduate + G ST VERIZON Bachelor’s Degree + CENTER RED ROCKS TAYLOR GOURMET FUTURE WHOLE FOODS 253,823 HU 49% SE TT 51% SA V 93% E 51% GIANT FOOD 3RD ST Female SE S T Government I ST 2ND ST Male GALLERY PLACE 41,947 MO R Map circle is ½-mile radius Arts/Tourism 4TH ST MA 14,148 SS 49% AC H ST Education K ST 1ST ST Population BID Area Main Street Great Street NORTH CAPITOL ST 1ST ST 0–½mi Retail/Restaurant NT KE CAPITOL RIVERFRONT PAGE 9 BOILERMAKER SHOPS NAVY YARD BARRACKS ROW PAGE 4 295 WATER ST YARDS PARK Anacos Pa FUTURE ICON SHOWPLACE P ST DIAMOND TEAGUE PARK HALF ST E AV AC OM 295 ANACOSTIA Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 PLAYHOUSE DC LOTTERY DC TAXICAB HONFLEUR GALLERY ST PROPOSED DC UNITED SOCCER STADIUM DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPEM Poplar Point E MCNAIR T PO 1ST ST CONTACT Capitol Hill BID Patty Brosmer, President 202.842.3333 pbrosmer@capitolhillbid.org www.capitolhillbid.org J FORT LESLIE 2ND ST M GONZAGA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL WALGREEN’S PANERA BREAD NE AL ST L ST K ST 6TH ST M 395 6TH ST M E SAFEWAY BUSBOYS & POETS KUSHI VIDA GYM U ST
  29. 29. CAPITOL RIVERFRONT $110k Average household income within a half-mile 32,000 Daytime employment in the BID 3 MILLION Visitors in 2013 HARRIS TEETER & WHOLE FOODS New grocery stores opening in the Capitol Riverfront DC’s businesses and residents are shaping a new community in one of the largest riverfront redevelopment projects in the United States. Located just five blocks south of the U.S. Capitol Building, the Capitol Riverfront offers a waterfront setting with a distinct maritime heritage, multi-modal accessibility, nationally-recognized parks, and vibrant retail. Situated between Capitol Hill, the Pentagon, and St. Elizabeths, and home to the U.S. Navy and Department of Transportation, the Capitol Riverfront is at the epicenter of federal activity. The neighborhood serves as an office market to the regions’ largest federal contractors, as well as a home to the employees who work in the neighborhood, off of the Green Line, and in the surrounding employment cores. The Capitol Riverfront has seen its residential population grow to over 4,000 people and is estimated to surpass 5,000 in 2015. New apartments are being built to capture the projected neighborhood growth, with 1,264 units under construction and another 1,485 units expected to break ground in 2014. As of December 2013, there were 21 restaurants (eight opened in 2013) in the neighborhood including Bluejacket, Osteria Morini, Agua 301, Buzz Bakery, and Gordon Biersch. Twelve12, a major mixed-use project, is nearing completion and Harris Teeter, Vida Fitness, Sweetgreen, and TaKorean will open in 3Q 2014. Whole Foods Grocery signed a lease for a 36,000-square-foot store at the base of a 336-unit apartment building located at 800 New Jersey Avenue, SE. The Capitol Riverfront is a neighborhood with the density, mix of uses, and pedestrian scale to ensure that amenities and shopping are within easy walking distance. Three new parks, including Canal Park, Yards Park, and Diamond Teague Park, provide direct access to the river, communal gathering places, and neighborhood recreation opportunities. Yards Park was honored to win the 2013 ULI Urban Open Space Award. The Capitol Riverfront is easily accessible, with direct connection to the I-395 and I-295 interstate highway system; Metrorail’s Green Line and Blue/ Orange Lines; the Circulator Bus linking to Union Station and the Red Line; four Capital Bikeshare stations; and it is only a 10-minute drive from Reagan National Airport and Union Station. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 9
  30. 30. Bachelor’s Degree + Graduate/Professional Degree 38% 40% 48% 52% C ST 86% 46% AVE AN SI UI O L A E AV Union Station Plaza 6TH ST Stanton Square 25% CONSTITUTION AVE NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART NATIONAL MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 5TH ST 4TH ST 3RD ST 2ND ST 2ND ST D ST 241,037 HOUSEHOLDS Households (HH) 4,713 18,053 1.7 1.8 2.0 37% CAPITOL HILL PAGE 8 SUPREME COURT 109,335 Average HH Size 12TH ST PE 94% NN 93% SYLV A72% NIA 76% E AV ND LA RY MA Map circle is ½-mile radius 11TH ST 51% Arts/Tourism 10TH ST M E 33,447 AV NA 49% Government UNION STATION 9TH ST Archives/ Female Navy Mem'l High School Graduate + 52% IA IND 48% BID Area Education 8TH ST 8,616 Male Main Street 7TH ST Population Judiciary Sq 0–3mi Retail/Restaurant SEC 1ST ST SHAKESPEARE THEATRE G ST Great Street M E ST BEN’S CHILI BOWL Union Station 1ST ST POPULATION 32% ARTS & INDUSTRY BUILDING Owner-occupied Renter-occupied 27% HIRSHHORN MUSEUM SMITHSONIAN Median HH Value CASTLE 73% $675,518 UNITED STATES CAPITOL LIBRARY OF CONGRESS Smithsonian INCOME $115,205 $89,934 $80,740 $81,112 $55,995 35% 32% 46% 12% 14% 14% 54% 40% M HH Income < $50k HH Income $50–75k HH Income $75k+ Median HH Disposable L’ENFANT PLAZA 6TH ST Median HH L'Enfant 53% Plaza $57,297 4TH ST $110,093 $58,073 $43,354 RESIDENCE INN BY MARRIOTT AGE INDEPENDENCE AVE W AS RAYBURN HOUSE HI OFFICE BUILDING N G TO N AV E 3RD ST FAA Average HH M CANNON HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING C ST Federal Center SW 33% 10% 33.5 M N AI E 32.6 E AV $12,096 $48,143 $230,621 $1,962 $7,791 $36,680 $23,331 $93,805 THE WHARF ST Entertainment & Recreation ER AT W Computers & Accessories ARENA STAGE $444,294 SAFEWAY M ·· Pets $3,940 $15,891 $75,298 ·· Television, Radio & Sound $9,413 $37,502 Food at Home $36,668 $146,866 Food away from Home $25,130 $99,583 $470,742 Home Improvement GORDON BIERSCH DDOT $712,543 $44,800 $29,776 $3,298 $13,083 $61,765 Vehicle Maint. & Repair $7,599 $30,387 $144,675 HELLO CUPCAKE CAPITOL RIVERFRONT HARRIS TEETER I ST NAVY YARD CAR BARN M ST Navy Yard US DOT TINGEY ST $140,489 Personal Care CANAL PARK MARINE BARRACKS BOILERMAKER SHOPS 295 NAVY YARD $204,089 $7,448 L ST N ST Potomac Park Golf Course WATER ST 4TH ST $10,654 Household Furnishings K ST COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT M $182,156 Waterfront/ SEU 395 I ST E Y AV Apparel I ST FUTURE WHOLE FOODS ERSE CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) 8TH ST 35.2 Median Age (years) G ST 4TH ST 12% MATCHBOX 2ND PL 9% Age 65+ NA OLI CAR YES! ORGANIC MARKET G ST 2ND ST 37% 1ST ST 38% M D ST TED’S BULLETIN HALF ST 36% 33% TH SOU E ST SOUTH CAPITOL ST 48% Age 35–64 C ST 20% Age 20–34 EASTERN MARKET Eastern Market Capitol South DELA WAR E AV E 395 14% C BARRACKS ROW PAGE 4 E AV INA OL AR M J NEW 10% H RT NO GOOD STUFF EATERY E ST Age < 20 Lincol Park EAST CAPITOL ST 63% 68% NATIONAL AIR & SPACE $522,069 MUSEUM $395,439 6TH ST YARDS PARK NATIONALS PARK O ST FUTURE ICON SHOWPLACE Source: ESRI, 2013 Estimates & Projections P ST METRO RAIL EXITS DIAMOND TEAGUE PARK (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) 9,074 / 10,255 Navy Yard T PO AC OM E AV Poplar Point PROPOSED DC UNITED SOCCER STADIUM 295 Anacostia DC LOTTERY DC TAXICAB COMMISSION M Anacostia M TIN AR M SU M Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 NE R ST E RD HO W AR D RD KIN G CONTACT Capitol Riverfront BID Michael Stevens, President 202.465.7093 michael@capitolriverfront.org www.capitolriverfront.org JR A V ANACOSTIA PLAYHOUSE PL FORT LESLIE J MCNAIR 1ST ST 80 Very Walkable SHA NN ON WALK score HALF ST 8,890 / 4,741 Capitol South 2ND ST ARIN 0–1mi WOOLY MAMMOTH THEATER 7TH ST 12TH ST M 0–½mi HARMAN CENTER FOR THE ARTS M AV E NATIONAL BUILDING MUSEUM VERIZON CENTER WOODIES BUIDLING HOTEL MONACO TT S G ST F ST 9TH ST M NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART SE GALLERY PLACE M 3RD ST Chinatown M ER TH LU
  31. 31. CENTRAL 14TH STREET $112k Average household income within a half-mile 14% increase in home closing prices (2012–2013)2 $665k Average single-family home closing price in 20132 76k Attendance at the 2013 Citi Open, held at the Rock Creek Tennis Center Central 14th Street is an emerging and charming mixed-use corridor surrounded by well-kept row houses and single-family detached homes from Spring Road to Longfellow Street. Encompassing the 16th Street Heights neighborhood, with Crestwood to the west, Petworth to the east, Columbia Heights to the south and Brightwood to the north, there is opportunity to increase the variety of offerings, both in food establishments and neighborhood serving offices to meet the increasing market demand. Between Buchanan and Decatur Streets recent streetscape improvements have created a more pedestrian friendly environment and well-kept storefronts host a number of neighborhood-serving retail businesses, including the vintage furniture store, Ruff & Ready, who moved to 4722 14th Street, from the 14th and U Streets area, in 2011. New public and private investments are already enlivening the corridor. At the north end, Longfellow Flats is a high-end furnished condo rehab with 10,000 square feet of leased ground floor retail space. In addition there are ideal locations suitable for a small grocer, restaurant, and other neighborhood serving uses. The commercial area between Spring Road and Shepherd Street is characterized by numerous retail and food establishments. A former laundromat at the corner of 14th and Quincy Streets will become a local pub called Lyman’s. This area also benefits from being directly adjacent to Columbia Heights and receives significant foot traffic from residents and visitors. The Colorado Triangle is a unique area located between Kennedy and Longfellow Streets that includes wide sidewalks, anchored by a well-kept neighborhood park. In 2012, the DC Office of Planning hosted a creative art installation to help envision this neighborhood’s true potential as a neighborhood serving creative cluster. With relatively low rents, this area can be ideal for bourgeoning artists and art related uses. The DC Central 14th Street Small Area Plan, approved by the DC Council in 2012, provides continued momentum and guidance for redevelopment opportunities, public and private investment, and retail vitality. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 10
  32. 32. QUACKENBOS ST BID Area Retail/Restaurant 0–½mi 0–1mi Education Arts/Tourism 0–3mi Main Street Great Street Map circle is ½-mile radius Government PEABODY ST OOHHS & AAHHS WALMART POPULATION Male 50% 50% 50% 52% High School Graduate + 79% 80% 88% Bachelor’s Degree + 38% 40% 59% Graduate/Professional Degree 17% 20% NICHOLSON ST SIMPLE BAR & GRILL 48% 50% Rock 33% Creek Park LONGFELLOW ST GRANT RD CULTURE COFF $75,370 40% 43% 34% 15% 16% 7TH ST 16% 50% $55,210 RUFF & READY 22% 20% 17% 23% Age 20–34 DELAFIELD PL 29% DECATUR ST E AV Age < 20 EMERSON ST A W IO AGE 33% Age 35–64 42% 39% Age 65+ 13% 12% 38.6 35.6 HIGHLANDS 37% 35.2 $138,808 $7,378 $33,897 $326,779 $29,588 $135,188 $1,279,654 Food away from Home $19,354 $88,165 $862,836 Home Improvement $11,352 $43,126 $397,946 Personal Care P $6,080 ARK $26,460 RD $2,608 $11,387 Vehicle Maint. & Repair $6,362 Household Furnishings $27,161 SHEPHERD ST $259,751 RT (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) E RS Cleveland Park T WY PK SPR ING 5,207 / 5,443 Georgia Avenue/Petworth 12,483 / 16,425 Columbia Heights UT H A RVARD ST 27TH ST 17TH ST ST E AV 28TH ST PA RK R ANT LEAS MT P TIC EC NN CO CONTACT Washington, DC Economic Partnership Chad Shuskey, SVP, Research & Visual Communications NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL 202.661.8670 PARK cshuskey@wdcep.com www.wdcep.com WOOD LE LOOKING GLASS LOUNGE PARK VIEW PATIO DC REYNOLDS NE WT ON ST MO NR OE ST 18TH ST 10,500 14th Street 19TH ST TRAFFIC COUNTS YES! ORGANIC Georgia Ave/ Petworth FISH IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD THE AVENUE PARK RD MORTON ST GIANT FOOD D REDROCKS TIVOLI THEATER MOUNT PLEASANT LIBRARY TARGET BEST BUY BED, BATH & BEYOND MARSHALLS Columbia Heights M LAMONT ST 32 THIRTY-TWO IRVING ST COLUMBIA RD HARVARD ST Y RD CVS THE COUPE Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 MARRIOT WARDMAN M PARK PLACE RD COLUMBIA HEIGHTS PAGE 14 RD CHEZ BILLY’S QUINCY ST CH PINEY BR AN I N GLE SHEPHERD ST FUTURE SAFEWAY $265,729 METRORAIL EXITS PO KL YES! ORGANIC MARKET RANDOLPH ST LYMAN’S $113,023 Source: ESRI, 2013 Estimates & Projections 2. MRIS (condo+single family, 2013) courtesy of Kevin J. Wood, Realtor (Avg. weekday) PETWORTH/ PARK VIEW PAGE 42 ACE HARDWARE TAYLOR ST HOLMEAD PL Food at Home UPSHUR ST AV E ·· Television, Radio ILDEN ST & Sound DOMKU PETWORTH LIBRARY KA NS AS $14,131 AV E $3,403 AS ·· Pets ALLISON ST 9TH ST $819,474 AR KA NS $85,026 17TH ST $19,614 WEBSTER ST 18TH ST $67,857 D EN $419,720 $6,929 ARG YLE TE R $43,932 $1,556 BL AG $9,412 BUCHANAN ST CENTRAL 14TH STREET AV E CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Computers & Accessories Sherman Circle CRITTENDEN ST WMATA BUS BARN 13% Median Age (years) Entertainment & Recreation FARRAGUT ST VE SHERMAN A 41% $45,594 RD 45% $50,097 N BR O A D B R A Median HH Disposable CH HH Income $75k+ KINGSBURY CENTER GALLATIN ST 7TH ST HH Income < $50k HH Income $50–75k HAMILTON ST THREE LITTLE PIGS 8TH ST $112,479 $58,933 INGRAHAM ST AVE GEORGIA $94,919 $64,866 LO $111,509 Median HH ROCK CREEK TENNIS CENTER JEFFERSON ST KENNEDY STREET PAGE 30 CVS CO Average HH R 13TH ST R VE O GL INCOME 14TH ST $477,438 16TH ST $448,650 D SS AV E 60% DO 40% 57% RA 43% RO 2.1 BEA CH DR 46% $513,426 161,066 2.5 RD 54% Renter-occupied 19,839 VE IS A 2.8 INO I LL 3,831 Owner-occupied 29TH ST SO URI AVE KENNEDY ST Average HH Size TER MIS MADISON ST LONGFELLOW FLATS Households (HH) Median HH Value EMERY RECREATION CENTER RITE AID HOUSEHOLDS Apparel M OGLETHORPE ST RD 9TH ST 50,612 2 7 TH ST Population Y M ILITA R 343,578 10,637 Female 28TH ST 29TH ST CHEZ AUNTY LIBE MOTHERSHIP
  33. 33. CHEVY CHASE / FRIENDSHIP HEIGHTS $145k Both high-end consumers and bargain hunters alike delight in the Chevy Chase/Friendship Heights shopping experience. With average household incomes in the $145,000 range, the neighborhood offers national, regional and local retailers a wealth of opportunity. $32m Chevy Chase Pavilion and Mazza Gallerie are the retail anchors of the neighborhood and offer over 440,000 square feet of retail, restaurants and entertainment. National retail brands range from Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Williams-Sonoma, J. Crew, World Market and the Cheesecake Factory to T.J. Maxx and many others that draw regional residents and visitors alike. Nationally known and local restaurants, movie theaters and hotels complement the retail scene. Average household income within a half-mile Chevy Chase Pavilion renovation 21.7k SF of the new three-story H&M 82% Situated on the DC/Maryland line, Chevy Chase/Friendship Heights is easily accessible from Montgomery County, Maryland and other areas of the District via Metrorail’s Red Line. Connecticut and Wisconsin Avenues are the main commercial corridors that link the area to Georgetown, Downtown and other neighborhoods of DC. Chevy Chase Pavilion completed a $32 million renovation in 2013 that resulted in the addition of a three-story LED screen, and new tenants such as a three-story H&M and RANGE by chef Bryan Voltaggio. Residents with bachelor’s degree or higher Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 11
  34. 34. Retail/Restaurant 0–½mi 0–1mi BID Area Education Government Arts/Tourism 0–3mi Main Street Great Street Map circle is ½-mile radius POPULATION Population 10,314 27,149 169,160 Male 43% 45% 46% Female 57% 55% 54% High School Graduate + 98% 97% 96% Bachelor’s Degree + 82% 83% 80% Graduate/Professional Degree 57% 56% 51% Households (HH) 5,396 12,725 76,808 Average HH Size 1.9 2.1 2.1 Owner-occupied 44% 56% 52% HOUSEHOLDS Renter-occupied Median HH Value 56% 44% 48% $690,912 $843,414 $827,706 MORRISON ST INCOME Average HH $145,487 $169,194 Median HH LIVINGSTON ST $159,694 $114,625 21% 16% 12% 12% HH Income $75k+ 64% 69% 67% $96,559 $85,482 D $81,207 18% 23% Age 35–64 37% 40% 39% Age 65+ 27% 22% 17% Median Age (years) 46.5 44.6 40.4 $47,642 $274,720 $2,901 $7,874 $98,725 $561,398 $6,003 $16,822 $96,056 ·· Television, Radio & Sound $13,280 $35,726 $209,563 Food at Home $52,057 $140,435 $820,012 Food away from Home $36,443 $97,555 $563,903 Home Improvement $19,835 $59,155 $316,428 Household Furnishings $11,242 $30,963 $177,254 $4,732 $12,818 $74,556 $11,310 $31,273 $180,042 Personal Care Vehicle Maint. & Repair RI VE R ELLICOTT ST RD SAFEWAY DAVENPORT ST BRANDYWINE ST AV E RN ES TE M Tenleytown/AU ALTON PL 49TH ST 9,320 / 8,171 Friendship Heights CONTAINER STORE ALBEMARLE ST W (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) WHOLE FOODS MARKET BUTTERWORTH PL Source: ESRI, 2013 Estimates & Projections METRORAIL EXITS 43RD ST 44TH ST CHESAPEAKE ST YUMA ST 48TH ST 7,682 / 6,291 Tenleytown/AU WALK SCORE 45TH ST ·· Pets 46TH ST Entertainment & Recreation RD FESSENDEN ST 47TH ST Computers & Accessories NO HARRISON ST $45,367 $35,645 RE 42ND ST $17,700 JENIFER ST chevy chase / friendship heights CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Apparel AV E 22% JOCELYN ST DSW MAZZA GALLERIE RN Age 20–34 KANAWHA ST NORDSTOM RACK ES TE 21% MILITARY RD W 20% M 14% AR YL AGE Age < 20 Friendship Heights CHEVY CHASE PAVILION AN Median HH Disposable M 38TH ST HH Income $50–75k LEGATION ST 38TH ST 19% 39TH ST $127,422 20% 41ST ST $103,736 HH Income < $50k WARREN ST WARREN ST SK A AV E UPTON ST NE HAM RD BR A TILDEN ST FO RD SEDGWICK ST AVE CONTACT Washington, DC Economic Partnership Chad Shuskey, SVP, Research & Visual Communications 202.661.8670 Dalecarlia Reservoir cshuskey@wdcep.com Grounds www.wdcep.com VAN NESS ST RODMAN ST QU T EC S EB Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY H SIBLEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL IN NS CO W IS DALECARLIA PKWY 86 Very Walkable
  35. 35. CHINATOWN 30 Chinese or Asian themed businesses in Chinatown 220 Yearly events at the Verizon Center 1,534 New residential units to deliver by the end of 2014 within a half-mile 22,347 Average monthly Capital Bikeshare arrivals2 $109k Average household income within a half-mile Compelling history, unique cultural character and growing economic opportunities make Chinatown one of DC’s hottest areas. Anchored by the Verizon Center, Convention Center and Gallery Place, Chinatown has emerged as a primary entertainment and nightlife district. As the heart of the Chinese American community within the DC region, Chinatown hosts cultural festivals and events, such as the Chinese New Year’s parade, and boasts cultural landmarks, such as the Chinatown Friendship Archway. It is also home to more than 30 Asian themed businesses and several cultural institutions. This dynamic combination of culture and economic opportunity has made Chinatown an attractive spot for new international Asian restaurants and retailers such as Ping Pong Dim Sum, Daikaya and Zengo. Current national and international restaurants include Nando Peri Peri, Vapiano, Carmine’s, Rosa Mexicano and numerous restaurants by José Andrés. In addition, several local retailers and national chains like Bed Bath and Beyond, Regal Cinema and Urban Outfitters are located on 7th Street. Chinatown is also home to several world-renowned cultural and tourist destinations such as the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, Shakespeare Theatre, Smithsonian’s American Art Museum, Woolly Mammoth Theater, Goethe-Institute and the National Building Museum. Businesses located within Chinatown enjoy high growth potential with access to diverse markets, including Downtown office workers, visitors and international tourists. In addition, Chinatown will benefit from the proximity to the largest redevelopment project in downtown DC in the last two decades–CityCenterDC. This new mixed-use development will open in early 2014 and add 674 luxury residential units, 185,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space and 515,000 square feet of office space to the market. This energy—combined with great access to public transit and major roads such as Massachusetts Avenue, New York Avenue, and I-395—continues to make Chinatown attractive to new and innovative businesses and residents. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 12
  36. 36. 18T RD 49% 51% 87% 85% 88% 61% 60% SAFEWAY 34% 34% 18TH ST 64% 36% R ST NE W HOUSEHOLDS DUPONT HOTEL 8,312 23,064 152,012 1.7 Owner-occupied 26% 26% Renter-occupied 75% 74% 67% $444,485 $461,814 $475,208 M $107,215 $64,800 $61,298 $72,406 43% 44% 36% 10% 12% 15% THOMAS PINK 44% 49% BROOKS BROTHERS Median HH Disposable $47,073 $53,385 MAYFLOWER HOTEL RIZIK’S M 20TH ST 21ST ST NORDSTROM RACK AGE Age < 20 Age 20–34 Age 35–64 IA A VE Age 65+ 35% 10% 16% 44% 39% Farragut Square 36% M 9% Farragut West 33.5 33.2 Median Age (years) 35% I ST Mcpherson Square $21,262 ·· Pets ·· Television, Radio COURTYARD & Sound BY MARRIOTT $3,459 $8,808 $61,877 WORLD BANK G ST $40,612 $6,959 F ST $103,506 $733,452 $17,543 $123,309 THE WHITE $43,052 $298,149 $17,017 GSA HQ HOUSE E ST $66,204 $167,514 $44,447 $113,067 Home Improvement $16,546 $43,050 D ST $13,020 $33,182 PersonalDAR CONSTITUTION HALL Care $5,948 $14,944 $34,093 C ST $13,514 M $103,158 Ellipse $238,607 M DOWNTOWN PAGE 17 M CONSTITUTION AVE (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) VIETNAM VETERANS MEMORIAL 9,141 / 6,984 Archives/Navy Memorial WALK SCORE The Mall WASHINGTON MONUMENT Reflecting Pool WWII MEMORIAL 1ST ST 3RD ST FAA 6TH ST 7TH ST L’ENFANT PLAZA 9TH ST M M L'Enfant Plaza Federal Center SW RESIDENCE INN BY MARRIOTT E ST 395 Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 G ST M JEFFERSON MEMORIAL 2ND ST 4TH ST NATIONAL AIR & SPACE MUSEUM Smithsonian MANDARIN HOTEL E AV NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART HIRSHHORN MUSEUM 12TH ST 1 4 TH ST CONTACT Office of Planning Tidal Basin Thor Nelson, Urban Design, Revitalization and Design 202.442.7600 thor.nelson@dc.gov www.planning.dc.gov NSY LVA NIA AVE AN SI UI LO A UNITED STATES CAPITOL USDA Potomac Park PEN AV E D ST C ST SMITHSONIAN CASTLE M US HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM ENDENCE AVE Judiciary Sq E ST ARTS & INDUSTRY BUILDING FREER GALLERY OF ART 97 Walker’s Paradise VE AA IA N NATIONAL MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN HISTORY 25,972 / 30,460 Gallery Place/Chinatown IND M TT S NATIONAL BUILDING MUSEUM VERIZON CENTER WOOLY MAMMOTH THEATER Archives/ Navy Mem'l METRORAIL EXITS HU SE G ST HARMAN CENTER FOR THE ARTS SHAKESPEARE THEATRE SS AC GALLERY PLACE F ST WOODIES BUIDLING HOTEL MONACO Federal Triangle MA H ST NATIONAL THEATER Source: ESRI, 2013 Estimates & Projections 2. Stations within a half-mile of 7th & H Streets, NW KOREAN WAR MEMORIAL 5TH ST WALMART NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART WARNER THEATER $233,457 The Vehicle Maint. & Repair THE HAMILTON M $329,965 DOI Household Furnishings WALKER JONES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 395 WALGREEN’S PANERA BREAD Gallery Pl/ Chinatown $789,982 Food at Home VE KA OR GONZAGA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL CHINATOWN Metro Center $1,165,883 E ST Food away from Home VE 15TH ST Entertainment & Recreation $383,291 17TH ST Computers & Accessories $54,547 WY NE K ST RENAISSANCE HOTEL CITYCENTERDC 14TH ST CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Lafayette Square P ST EMBASSY SUITES M 10% 32.9 UNCLE CHIPS M ST SAFEWAY BUSBOYS & POETS KUSHI VIDA GYM CARNEGIE LIBRARY K ST H ST IMF GEORGE WASHINGTON Apparel UNIVERSITY MARRIOTT MARQUIS L ST 11% 45% VAN DS 10% Farragut North M WASHINGTON CONVENTION CENTER RENAISSANCE $49,366 PAUL BAKERY CHARLES TYRWHITT Mt Vernon Sq/ Convention Center M ST R ST N ST 5TH ST $99,911 HH Income $75k+ RLTON SEASONAL PANTRY N ST 4TH ST HH Income $50–75k MT. VERNON TRIANGLE PAGE 34 6TH ST $108,743 E AV INN O ST GIANT BTOO UT HH Income < $50k CITYMARKET AT O STREET WHOLE FOODS MARKET TOPAZ HOTEL 47% Median HH Logan Circle P ST 7TH ST Average HH SHAW PAGE 45 9TH ST TIC EC NN CO INCOME 1.9 BIG BEAR CAFÉ AA VE VE DA 11TH ST Median HH Value OD RH STUDIO THEATER 33% Dupont Circle KOMI FL OR ID Shaw/Howard University AVE 1.6 M S ST Y ERSE Average HH Size LAN E IS M J NEW Households (HH) Q ST 13TH ST PHILLIPS COLLECTION VE R HA M Graduate/Professional Degree PS HI RE 19TH ST Bachelor’s Degree + S ST RUSTIK TAV RED HEN PROGRESSION PLACE 1ST ST 50% High School Graduate + Shaw/Howard University SOURCE THEATER T ST 1ST ST 49% ROOM & BOARD 2ND ST 51% WINDOWS CAFE 3RD ST 50% U ST 3RD ST 320,887 GLEN’S Female GARDEN MARKET Map circle is ½-mile radius Arts/Tourism V ST 4TH ST 41,438 Government HOWARD THEATER 13TH ST 13,756 M HOWARD UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL T ST 14TH ST E RID FL MaleO H Education FUTURE HOWARD Great StreetCENTER TOWN U St/African American Civil War Mem'l/Cardozo TRADER JOE’S LAURIOL PLAZA AV E PopulationAV A M U ST 0–3mi LINCOLN THEATER 8TH ST POPULATION 0–1mi REEVES CENTER MO NT AV E CO 0–½mi WASHINGTON HILTON ST V ST 16TH ST LU MB IA W ST BID Area Main Street Retail/Restaurant YES! ORGANIC MARKET W AS RAYBURN HOUSE HI OFFICE BUILDING N G TO N AV E U St P A
  37. 37. CLEVELAND PARK $136k A mix of high-income families and professional singles calls this urban oasis home. Others from around the region come regularly for films in one of the District’s last great historic movie houses, a visit to the National Zoo or dinner in one of several dining establishments along Connecticut Avenue. Victorian frame houses reminiscent of New England summer homes. 87% Residents have a bachelor’s degree or higher Cleveland Park’s location is ideal for professionals seeking a touch of tranquility. Just a stone’s throw from the excitement of downtown, the neighborhood features beautifully restored historic homes, condominiums and apartments situated on both sides of the bustling Connecticut Avenue corridor. World famous Rock Creek Park and the National Zoo, which border the neighborhood, create a green edge and respite from the urban buzz. 13 Served by Metrorail’s Red Line and several bus lines, the area is highly accessible by mass transit. The neighborhood is also conveniently served by one of the District’s major thoroughfares—Connecticut Avenue. Cleveland Park is a designated DC Historic District, which enables qualified property owners of contributing commercial properties to access tax credits and other incentives to rehabilitate their space. Developed in the 1890s, Cleveland Park could be considered one of the earlier “suburbs” for DC, although now squarely part of the central urban fabric. The neighborhood obtained its name in the late 1880’s when President Grover Cleveland purchased a farmhouse in the area. Cleveland Park is unique due to its significant collection of architect-designed late Connecticut Avenue, from Macomb Street to Albemarle Street, is a designated Great Streets corridor and District-supported revitalization area. As funds become available, new and existing small businesses have the opportunity to apply for reimbursable grants of up to $85,000 per location to cover capital improvement costs. Average household income within a half-mile Zagat-rated restaurants along Connecticut Avenue 2.3 million Visitors to the National Zoo Today residents are served by a well-balanced variety of retail and services including a post office, a historic movie theater, two independent grocery stores, a bank, a CVS drug store, several local restaurants and typical charming main street offerings like a framing shop, a toy store and an artisan lamp store. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 13
  38. 38. N CO Retail/Restaurant 42ND ST 9,253 0–3mi Government Map circle is ½-mile radius DAVENPORT ST VE TA 0–1mi BID Area Education Arts/Tourism ICU 0–½mi Main Street Great Street ELLICOTT ST CT NE AFEWAY 57% 55% 52% 99% 97% 90% Tenleytown/AU 82% 87% Female 67% CONTAINER STORE High School Graduate + M Bachelor’s Degree + Graduate/Professional Degree 57% ALTON PL 51% 16,622 ALBEMARLE ST 40% 158,365 1.6 Owner-occupied 34% Renter-occupied WARREN ST 1.8 2.0 37% RD 5,782 Average HH Size NO RE HOUSEHOLDS Households (HH) BRANDYWINE ST RD 48% CH 337,464 45% 38% 66% 63% $685,187 $135,961 $140,543 $124,086 Median HH $96,273 $98,584 $82,899 21% 31% 15% M $588,676 Average HH UNIVERSITY OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 62% $653,738 15% Median HH Value Van Ness/UDC INCOME 21% HH Income $50–75k 15% HH Income $75k+ 64% AVE HH Income < $50k 64% $69,510 $60,074 Age < 20 10% 11% 17% Age 20–34 39% 37% 36% Age 35–64 38% 38% 35% 13% 14% 12% 35.9 36.1 TILDEN ST 54% $67,741 33.7 Median HH Disposable PA R RODMAN ST K RD AGE ORDWAY ST $74,252 $887,039 $1,376,620 $424,886 $33,869 $282,355 $4,973 $14,876 $122,968 $11,499 $34,330 $287,541 Personal Care Vehicle Maint. & Repair IM GR PIL RD CATHEDRAL AVE GARFIELD ST 34TH PL 41ST ST 36TH ST CIRCLE ORY AT RV E WHOLE FOODS MARKET SLATE WINE BAR & BISTRO NO US NAVAL OBSERVATORY M CALVERT ST RM ANS TO NE OR M DR GLOVER PARK HARDWARE PK W EK RO SIN WHITEHAVEN ST E AV M CK MON T RD BEL K AL AS SA CH US S SAFEWAY R MA ORA D ING OM WY Dumbarton ET Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2014 Oaks Park T T ST Y C RE ON SC WI 38TH ST 39TH PL 39TH ST 40 ST ST 40TH PL YES! ORGANIC MARKET Woodley Park/Zoo/ Adams Morgan W CALVERT ST CONTACT Washington, DC Economic Partnership SWEETGREEN W ST Chad Shuskey, SVP, Research & Visual Communications 202.661.8670 Whitehaven Park cshuskey@wdcep.com www.wdcep.com Y RD DR PL OB S DAVIS PL WOOD LE MARRIOT WARDMAN PARK HOTEL ND LA OD O LAW 86 Very Walkable N TU WALK SCORE 36TH PL 4,499 / 5,214 Cleveland Park GLOVER PARK PAGE 25 E AV FULTON ST (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) D AN METRORAIL EXITS L VE Source: ESRI, 2013 Estimates & Projections NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL PARK D R AL AVE $11,378 CA THE Household Furnishings 34TH ST $941,007 $48,487 AV E 23RD ST $113,611 $16,525 24TH ST $38,168 Home Improvement RD 27TH ST Food away from Home WASHINGTON NATIONAL CATHEDRAL 28TH ST $162,407 29TH ST $54,457 AV E I N GLE E AV Food at CATHEDRAL Home 35TH ST AH O $352,536 KL UT $149,539 $41,923 CLEVELAND PARK TIC EC NN CO $17,793 $14,055 RS Cleveland Park T E CL $5,963 ·· Television, Radio & Sound WOODLEY RD 38TH ST ·· Pets MACOMB ST 36TH ST $105,291 $35,413 PO RT E M UPTOWN THEATER $456,477 $8,939 39TH ST Entertainment & Recreation $54,371 $2,997 AV E $18,298 Computers & Accessories MEDIUM RARE NEWMARK ST EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) ID M Age 65+ AS SA Median Age (years) CH US ET CONSUMER TS AV Apparel E 42ND ST NE BR A SK A AV E UPTON ST IN NS CO W IS VE OA er bold k N BR O A D B R A 29,831 43% WHOLE FOODS MARKET Male 36TH ST Population 38TH ST POPULATION AVE IFO CAL A RNI ST

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