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2015 DC Neighborhood Profiles

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The WDCEP's DC Neighborhood Profiles focuses on 54 commercial corridors and the adjacent neighborhoods. The publication provides demographic data, maps and insight into investment opportunities for entrepreneurs, investors, developers and start-ups.

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2015 DC Neighborhood Profiles

  1. 1. Neighborhood Profiles 2015 edition
  2. 2. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 The Washington, DC Economic Partnership would like to acknowledge our board of directors whose continued financial support and guidance has made the 2015 DC Neighborhood Profiles possible. PUBLIC SECTOR PARTNERS PRIVATE SECTOR PARTNERS BOARD MEMBERS Brian Kenner Deputy Mayor Office of Deputy Mayor for Planning & Economic Development Richard Lake/Co-Chair Roadside Development Olivia Shay-Byrne/Vice Chair Reed Smith, LLP Director of Business Development Office of Deputy Mayor for Planning & Economic Development Jennifer Eugene/Secretary Washington Gas Joseph L. Askew, Jr., Esq. Verizon Steven C. Boyle EDENS Jean-Luc Brami Gelberg Signs Kenneth Brewer H St. Community Development Corporation Sean Cahill Property Group Partners Donna M. Cooper Pepco Daniel Duke Bohler Engineering Angela Franco Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Brett Greene American Management Corporation Michael J. Haddad Capital One Bank Tonya Hill Comcast Business Carl Hairston M&T Bank Stan Jackson Anacostia Economic Development Corporation Norman Jemal Douglas Development Corporation Greg Leisch Delta Associates Chester McPherson DC Department of Insurance, Securities, & Banking Rafael Muniz The JBG Companies Lisa Mallory DC Building Industry Association Thomas Nida United Bank Chris Niehaus Microsoft Scott Nordheimer Urban Atlantic/A&R Development Corporation Greg O’Dell Events DC Marc Ratner Streetsense Eric E. Richardson DC Office of Cable Television Director DC Department of Consumer & Regulatory Affairs Tara Scanlon Holland & Knight Michael Stevens Capitol Riverfront BID Anna Harvey DC Department of Small & Local Business Development Mitchell Weintraub Cordia Partners, LLC
  3. 3. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 District of Columbia The District of Columbia has been experiencing an urban renewal for the past two decades, with billions of dollars in new investments in its downtown, neighborhoods and along its waterfront. These developments along with new retail, restaurants and entertainment options have resulted in the re-emergence of several historic commercial neighborhoods and a growing population with an entrepreneurial spirit. 8.9%Increase in population since 20101 28New grocery stores that have opened in DC since 20002 1.7 million Retail square feet under construction2 41%Increase in annual absorption for Class A apartments3
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  5. 5. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 DC Population Growth Rate (year-over-year)6 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 1.4% 3.2% 4.5% 5.0% 4.2% 3.5% 1.0% 2.1% 2.2% 2.4% 2.2% 2.1% Age 25–44 DC Population DC’s population has increased by 8.9% since 2010, with much of that growth attributed to young professionals aged 25-44 years old. Combined with DC’s daytime population in excess of one million people and 19 million annual visitors developers and investors have been building new retail centers to meet this growing demand.5 Since 2001, 6.4 million square feet of retail space have been built and another 1.7 million square feet are currently under construction.2 It is expected that approximately 50% of the retail space under construction will deliver in 2015. Notable Retail Projects Under Construction2 Project Neighborhood Retail SF Delivery Shops at Dakota Crossing (Ph II) Fort Lincoln/Dakota Crossing 266,000 2015 Skyland Town Center (Ph I) Hillcrest/Skyland 220,000 2017/18 Hecht Warehouse District New York Avenue/Ivy City 200,800 2015 The Wharf (Ph I) Southwest Waterfront 190,000 2017 Fort Totten Square Fort Totten 130,000 2015 ART Place at Fort Totten (Ph I) Fort Totten 104,000 2017 Apollo H Street, NE 75,000 2016/17 800 New Jersey Avenue Capitol Riverfront 35,000 2016 2251 Wisconsin Avenue Glover Park 28,277 2015 The Shay & The Hatton Shaw 26,000 2015 Station House H Street, NE 24,000 2015 600 Massachusetts Avenue Downtown DC 19,418 2016 Atlantic Plumbing (Parcel A) 14th & U/Shaw 19,000 2015 Arris Capitol Riverfront 19,000 2015 West End Square 50 West End 19,000 2016 DC Retail Deliveries (Sq. Ft.)2 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015* 330,700 912,070 312,345 612,502 1,067,236 314,324 District of Columbia POPULATION Population** 658,893 Male 47% Female 53% High School Graduate + 95% Bachelor’s Degree + 51% Graduate/Professional Degree 29% HOUSEHOLDS Households (HH) 282,058 Average HH Size 2.1 Owner-occupied 42% Renter-occupied 58% Median HH Value $499,603 INCOME Average HH $103,763 Median HH $65,202 HH Income < $50k 41% HH Income $50–75k 13% HH Income $75k+ 46% Median HH Disposable $50,236 AGE Age < 20 20% Age 20–34 31% Age 35–64 36% Age 65+ 13% Median Age (years) 34.5 CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Apparel $672,482 Computers & Accessories $105,794 Entertainment & Recreation $1,281,693 ·· Pets $221,434 ·· Television, Radio & Sound $520,607 Food at Home $2,084,698 Food away from Home $1,347,291 Home Improvement $663,469 Household Furnishings $414,298 Personal Care $180,474 Vehicle Maint. & Repair $420,370 Source: ESRI, 2014 Estimates & Projections **Census (2014) *projection based on projects under construction (as of December 2014)
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  7. 7. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 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. The opening of CityCenterDC, a 1.57 million-sq.-ft., mixed-use development (185,000 sq. ft. of retail space, 515,000 sq. ft. of office space and 674 residential units) in 2014 was a watershed moment for DC’s urban retail market and downtown core. CityCenterDC has provided a high-end shopping destination with retailers and restaurants such as Allen Edmonds, Arc’teryx, Burberry, DBGB Kitchen and Bar, Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House, Hugo Boss, Kate Spade, Longchamp and Salvatore Ferragamo. Retail Rents by Submarket7 Retailer Range in Rental Rates Capitol Hill High $30s - $65 Capitol Riverfront $35 - $50 CBD $45 - $125 East End $45 - $125 Georgetown $55 - $200 H Street, NE $35 - $55 NoMa $35 - $50 Northeast $30 – High $40s Southwest Low $30 - $55 Uptown $35 - $70 West End $40 - $55 Five new grocery stores opened in 2014, anchoring numerous mixed-use projects in their respective neighborhoods. When MOM’s Organic Market opened in November 2014 it become the 28th new grocery store to open in DC since 2000. Store Neighborhood Sq. Ft. Opening Trader Joe’s 14th & U/Logan Circle 15,000 Q1 2014 Safeway* Petworth/Park View 60,000 Q2 2014 Giant Food* Cathedral Heights/Cleveland Park 56,000 Q4 2014 Harris Teeter Capitol Riverfront 50,000 Q4 2014 MOM’s New York Avenue/Ivy City 16,000 Q4 2014 *replacement stores (both new stores nearly tripled their former footprint) For more information on DC’s neighborhoods, incentives and resources available to businesses please continue reading the Washington, DC Economic Partnership’s DC Neighborhood Profiles. These profiles offer a concise overview of 54 neighborhoods and commercial corridors. They provide detailed demographic information, resources, maps and the latest neighborhood updates to help businesses, entrepreneurs and related parties identify new investment opportunities. About the Neighborhood Profiles 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. Most demographic information, Walk Scores, Capital Bikeshare exits and other data mentioned in the profile is within a half-mile (or 10-minute walk) – 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. Sources: 1. Census (2010-2014) 2. Washington, DC Economic Partnership (12/2014) 3. Delta Associates (Year-End 2014) 4. Esri, 2014 Estimates & Projections 5. DestinationDC (2013 Visitor Statistics) 6. Census/CBRE Research 7. CBRE Research
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  9. 9. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 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. The Initiative has awarded millions to small businesses and retail developers, and has invested more than $100 mil- lion in streetscape improvements to beautify public space and to expand transportation options along the 13 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 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 / H Street, NE-Bladensburg Road, NE / Kennedy Street / Martin Luther King Jr.Avenue & South Capitol Street / Minnesota Avenue & Benning Road / Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue, NE / New York Avenue, NE / North Capitol Street / Pennsylvania Avenue, SE / Rhode Island Avenue, NE / 14th Street/U Street/18th Street/Columbia Road/Mount Pleasant Street *These incentives were available in fiscal year 2014 (October – September). At the time this publica- tion went to press the funding of the program was unknown for fiscal year 2015. Please check www. greatstreets.dc.gov for updates. 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 Employment/Recruiting Assistance The expense to businesses to hire new employees can be a costly invest- ment in both time and money. The DC Department of Employment Services (DOES) can help employers defray some of these costs by facil- itating 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: Customized Training Program / Apprenticeship Program / Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) / Project Empowerment (PE) / Senior Community Service Employ- ment Program (SCSEP) / Virtual DC Works! Career Center System Contact: 202.724.7000 / www.does.dc.gov DC Tech Incentives The District offers one of the most attractive incentive packages for high-tech businesses in the country. DC Tech Incentives provides certain credits, exemptions and other benefits for a Qualified High Technology Company (QHTC). A QHTC can leverage the program to develop their workforce, secure affordable facilities for their business and benefit from reduced real estate, personal property, sales and income taxes. A QHTC can expect a significant tax break with the following abatements from DC taxes: Franchise Tax Reduction or Exemption / Real Property Tax Abatement / Personal Property Tax Abatement / Sales and Use Tax Exemption / Capital Gains Tax Exemp- tion / Workforce Development Credits / Relocation Expense Reimbursement / Training and Wage Credits Contact: 202.727.6365 / www.dmped.dc.gov
  10. 10. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 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 / Congress Heights / Deanwood / Dupont Circle / H Street, NE / North Capitol / Rhode Island Avenue, NE / Shaw Washington, DC Economic Partnership The Washington, DC Economic Partnership (WDCEP) is a public/ private partnership dedicated to facilitating economic development in the District of Columbia. The WDCEP promotes the creation of jobs, growth of tax revenues, attraction and retention of businesses, and distribution of community resources for local DC residents and business owners. The WDCEP offers the following services: Site Location Assistance / Economic Development Data / Entrepreneurship Seminars / Tech Company Mentorship Contact: 202.661.8670 / www.wdcep.com / @WDCEP Enterprise Zone The District of Columbia “Enterprise Zone” (EZ) Program was established in 1997 by the U.S. 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
  11. 11. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 1 14th & U Streets/Logan Circle 2 Adams Morgan 3 Anacostia 4 Barracks Row 5 Barry Farm 6 Bellevue/South Capitol 7 Benning Road/East Capitol Street 8 Brookland 9 Capitol Hill 10 Capitol Riverfront 11 Central 14th Street/Colorado Triangle 12 Central 14th Street/Spring Road 13 Central 14th Street/WMATA Bus Barn 14 Chevy Chase/Friendship Heights 15 Cleveland Park 16 Columbia Heights 17 Congress Heights/Saint Elizabeths 18 Deanwood 19 Downtown DC 20 Dupont Circle 21 East Capitol Street/Capitol Gateway 22 Fort Lincoln/Dakota Crossing 23 Fort Totten 24 Georgetown 25 Georgia Avenue/Brightwood 26 Georgia Avenue/Walter Reed 27 Glover Park 28 Golden Triangle 29 H Street, NE 30 Hillcrest/Skyland 31 Howard University/Pleasant Plains 32 Kennedy Street 33 Lincoln Heights/Richardson Dwellings 34 Minnesota & Benning 35 Mount Pleasant 36 Mount Vernon Triangle 37 New York Avenue/Ivy City 38 NoMa 39 North Capitol 40 Northwest One 41 Park Morton 42 Parkside/Kenilworth 43 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE 44 Petworth/Park View 45 Rhode Island Avenue, NE/Brentwood 46 Rhode Island Avenue, NE/Woodridge 47 Shaw 48 Southwest Waterfront 49 Takoma 50 Tenleytown 51 Union Market 52 Union Station/Burnham Place 53 Van Ness 54 West End/Foggy Bottom Neighborhoods
  12. 12. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 H Street, NE Downtown 38 17 6 26 49 32 13 14 15 27 24 28 20 35 2 1 16 44 41 31 47 39 36 19 23 8 45 37 29 34 18 48 9 4 10 3 43 33 21 25 51 52 5 30 42 22 46 40 Columbia Heights Central14th Street/ WMATA Bus Barn Adams Morgan ShawDupont Circle North Capitol Georgetown Golden Triangle Northwest One Mt Vernon Triangle Mount Pleasant Cleveland Park Glover Park Petworth/Park View Kennedy Street Georgia Avenue/ Walter Reed Takoma Brookland Rhode Island Ave, NE/ Brentwood Fort Totten Anacostia Chevy Chase/ Friendship Heights Barracks Row Capitol Hill Howard University/ Pleasant Plains Deanwood New York Avenue/Ivy City Minnesota & Benning 14th & U/ Logan Circle Southwest Waterfront Capitol Riverfront Congress Heights/ Saint Elizabeths Bellevue/ South Capitol Pennsylvania Avenue, SE Park Morton Lincoln Heights/ Richardson Dwellings East Capitol Street/ Capitol Gateway Georgia Avenue/ Brightwood Union Market Union Station/ Burnham Place Barry Farm Hillcrest/Skyland Parkside/ Kenilworth Fort Lincoln/ Dakota Crossing Rhode Island Ave, NE/ Woodridge NoMa West End/ Foggy Bottom 54 53 Van Ness 11 Central 14th St/ Colorado Triangle 12 Central 14th St/ Spring Road 50 Tenleytown 7 Benning Road/ East Capitol Street NW SW NE SE
  13. 13. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 0–½mi 0–1mi 0–3mi POPULATION Population 30,807 87,031 361,041 Male 53% 51% 49% Female 47% 49% 51% High School Graduate + 90% 90% 89% Bachelor’s Degree + 75% 70% 64% Graduate/Professional Degree 45% 40% 36% HOUSEHOLDS Households (HH) 19,327 48,889 175,743 Average HH Size 1.6 1.7 1.9 Owner-occupied 34% 32% 39% Renter-occupied 66% 68% 61% Median HH Value $632,709 $596,575 $565,055 INCOME Average HH $124,205 $113,759 $112,321 Median HH $89,113 $78,601 $78,615 HH Income < $50k 31% 35% 35% HH Income $50–75k 12% 13% 13% HH Income $75k+ 56% 52% 52% Median HH Disposable $80,364 $74,692 $74,354 AGE Age < 20 7% 11% 15% Age 20–34 48% 46% 39% Age 35–64 37% 35% 35% Age 65+ 7% 8% 11% Median Age (years) 33.5 33.0 33.5 CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Apparel $55,965 $129,648 $456,950 Computers & Accessories $9,064 $21,085 $73,293 Entertainment & Recreation $104,005 $240,952 $859,160 ·· Pets $17,646 $40,994 $146,702 ·· Television, Radio & Sound $41,662 $96,902 $344,425 Food at Home $169,899 $396,524 $1,399,547 Food away from Home $114,502 $265,634 $927,410 Home Improvement $49,424 $112,531 $425,821 Household Furnishings $34,016 $78,564 $278,292 Personal Care $15,308 $35,730 $146,702 Vehicle Maint. & Repair $34,378 $80,113 $283,208 Source: ESRI, 2014 Estimates & Projections 2. Stations within a half-mile METRORAIL EXITS (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) 7,372/11,210 U Street/African-Am. Civil War Mem./Cardozo WALKSCORE 97 Walker’s Paradise CAPITAL BIKESHARE ARRIVALS2 Average Monthly (10/2013–9/2014) 28,994 M M M MM M M M M M M M M M M Archives/ Metro Center Mcpherson Square Farragut West Farragut North Dupont Circle Foggy Bottom/GWU Federal Gallery Pl/ Chinatown Mt Vernon Sq/ Convention Center Shaw/Howard University U St/African American Civil War Mem'l/Cardozo Columbia Heights Woodley Park/Zoo/ Adams Morgan Shaw/Ho Univers VERIZO CENTE MARRIOT WARDMAN PARK HOTEL HOWARD UNIVERSIT HOWA UNIVE HOSPIT GEORGE WASHINGTON HOSPITAL GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART SHAKESPEARE THEATRE HOTEL MONACO RENAISSANCE HOTEL EMBASSY SUITES CITYCENTERDC THE HAMILTON GALLER WOODIES BUIDLING HARMA CENTER THE ART WOOLY MAMMO THEATE WARNER THEATER NATIONAL THEATER HOWA THEAT TIVOLI THEATER WASHINGTON CONVENTION CENTER MARRIOTT MARQUIS THE KENNEDY CENTER THE WHITE HOUSE IMF WORLD BANK DOI GSA HQ THE WATERGATE WALGR PANERA CARNEGIE LIBRARY TARGET BEST BUY BED, BATH & BEYOND MARSHALLS REDROCKS THE COUPE GIANT FOOD KOMI SAFEWAY FOUR SEASONS HOTEL YES! ORGANIC MARKET MINTWOOD PLACE FUTURE LANDMARK THEATER PROGR CITYMARKET AT O STREET ROOM & BOARD LAURIOL PLAZA WHOLE FOODS MARKET TOPAZ HOTEL PAUL BAKERY CHARLES TYRWHITT WHOLE FOODS SOURCE THEATER STUDIO THEATER WASHINGTON HILTON RENAISSANCE MAYFLOWER HOTEL THOMAS PINK BROOKS BROTHERS RIZIK’S LINCOLN THEATER REEVES CENTER MOUNT PLEASANT LIBRARY PHILLIPS COLLECTION DUPONT HOTEL TRADER JOE’S HARRIS TEETER SAFEWAY YES! ORGANIC MARKET HILTON GARDEN INN COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT PARK HYATT FAIRMONT HOTEL RITZ-CARLTON DAR CONSTITUTION HALL TRADER JOE’S POTBEL FUEL PI FROZEN GIANT MOTHERSHIP BTOO NORDSTROM RACK GLEN’S GARDEN MARKET DULCINEA BAR & GRILL MCDONALDS 32 THIRTY-TWO SEASONAL PANTRY TRYST H&M BEAU THAI COMPA COFFEE LONG VIEW GALLERY STATE DEPARTMENT BEAU THAI EACH PEACH MARKET WOODLAND’S VEGAN BISTRO NELLIE’S H H NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL PARK The Farragut Square Farragut Square Logan Circle Logan Circle Washington Circle Washington Circle Sheridan Circle Sheridan Circle Lafayette Square Lafayette Square RHODE ISLAND AVE 16THST CONNECTICUTAVE SSACHUSETTS AVE 14THST 7THST 6THST 11THST NEW HAM PSHIRE AVE COLUMBIARD 9THST 8THST GEORGIAAVE 13THST COLUMBIA RD CALVERT ST PARK RD SHERMANAVE LINGLE RD IRVING ST ROCK C RE EKPKWY FLORIDA AV E N ST VERMONTAVE 18THST M ST 19THST KALORAMA RD WYOMING AVE CALIFORNIA ST 24THST 23RDST BELMONT RD R ST P ST Q ST S ST T ST V ST MONROE ST WOODLEY RD 29THST 28THST 27THST CATHEDRALAVE KALORAM A RD LANIER PL HARVARD ST 17THST 19THST 18THST U ST 14THST 15THST 17THST K ST K ST VIRGINIA AVE L ST G ST F ST E ST E ST H ST I ST 20THST 21STST 22NDST D ST 23RDST 13THST INDIANA A M ST &POTOMACPKWY 25THST 28THST 27THST FLORIDA AVE CONNECTICUTAVE MTPLEASANTST 18THST PARK RD LAMONT ST MORTON ST WARDERST HARVARD ST FAIRMONT ST PENNSYLVANIA AVE HOWARD UNIVERSITY/ PLEASANT PLAINS PAGE 31 SHAW PAGE 47 COLUMBIA HEIGHTS PAGE 16 CONTACT Washington, DC Economic Partnership Chad Shuskey, SVP, Research 202.661.8670 cshuskey@wdcep.com www.wdcep.com ADAMS MORGAN PAGE 2 Retail/Restaurant Arts/Tourism Education Government Great Street Main Street BID Area 14TH & U STREETS/ LOGAN CIRCLE
  14. 14. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 1 14th & U Streets/Logan Circle U Street, 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 where young professionals come to visit to experience some of the best mix of high-end dining, retail, residential, entertainment and cultural offerings in DC. Trader Joe’s opened a new store in March 2014 and joined Whole Foods and Yes! Organic Market. 3 GROCERY STORES DEVELOPMENT BOOM More than 1,430 new residential units were built between 2010–2014 with another 625 units currently under construction and 936 units in the pipeline. 30,800 Population within a ten-minute walk 48% population aged 20-34 Named one of America’s Most Animated Arts Places (ArtPlace, 2013) A CENTER FOR THE ARTS 75% population with Bachelor’s Degree or higher $124k average household income
  15. 15. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 0–½mi 0–1mi 0–3mi POPULATION Population 24,607 85,483 346,171 Male 49% 50% 48% Female 51% 50% 52% High School Graduate + 95% 90% 89% Bachelor’s Degree + 79% 72% 65% Graduate/Professional Degree 44% 41% 37% HOUSEHOLDS Households (HH) 14,101 46,726 164,619 Average HH Size 1.7 1.8 1.9 Owner-occupied 34% 33% 39% Renter-occupied 66% 67% 61% Median HH Value $628,494 $647,580 $589,680 INCOME Average HH $120,931 $115,663 $116,343 Median HH $85,354 $80,823 $80,327 HH Income < $50k 28% 32% 34% HH Income $50–75k 16% 14% 13% HH Income $75k+ 56% 54% 53% Median HH Disposable $79,036 $75,772 $76,467 AGE Age < 20 10% 11% 16% Age 20–34 44% 44% 38% Age 35–64 37% 36% 35% Age 65+ 8% 9% 11% Median Age (years) 33.6 33.5 33.2 CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Apparel $39,536 $125,686 $443,622 Computers & Accessories $6,310 $20,282 $71,180 Entertainment & Recreation $74,062 $234,373 $833,730 ·· Pets $12,484 $39,702 $142,159 ·· Television, Radio & Sound $29,025 $93,102 $333,166 Food at Home $118,680 $381,692 $1,355,339 Food away from Home $80,354 $256,661 $899,679 Home Improvement $37,741 $113,703 $414,603 Household Furnishings $23,974 $76,002 $269,829 Personal Care $10,548 $34,170 $142,159 Vehicle Maint. & Repair $24,071 $77,205 $274,611 Source: ESRI, 2014 Estimates & Projections 2. Stations within a half-mile METRORAIL EXITS (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) 6,238/11,133 Woodley Park/Zoo/Adams Morgan 12,250/15,998Columbia Heights WALKSCORE 97 Walker’s Paradise CAPITAL BIKESHARE ARRIVALS2 Avg. Monthly (10/2013–9/2014) 11,086 M M M MDupont Circle Columbia Heights Woodley Park/Zoo/ Adams Morgan Cleveland Park ON L MARRIOT WARDMAN PARK HOTEL UPTOWN THEATER US NAVAL OBSERVATORY TIVOLI THEATER TARGET BEST BUY BED, BATH & BEYOND MARSHALLS GIANT FOO KOMI SAFEWAY FOUR SEASONS HOTEL YE OR MA MINTWOOD PLACE ROOM & BOARD LAURIOL PLAZA WHOLE FOODS MARKET TOPAZ HOTEL SOURCE THEATER STUDIO THEATE WASHINGTON HILTON RENAISSANCE MAYFLOWER HOTEL THOMAS PINK BROOKS BROTHERS RIZIK’S REEVES CENTER MOUNT PLEASANT LIBRARY PHILLIPS COLLECTION DUPONT HOTEL SHOPS AT GEORGETOWN PARK MALL APPLE STORE Y’S ALLEY CB2 TRADER JOE’S SAFEWAY R PARK WARE HARRIS TEETER SAFEWAY YES! ORGANIC MARKET OLD STONE HOUSE HILTON GARDEN INN PARK HYATT FAIRMONT HOTEL RITZ-CARLTON TRADER JOE’S L BTOO LYMAN’S TAVERN MEDIUM RARE GLEN’S GARDEN MARKET ALLSAINTS HUGO BOSS TRYST H&M PHO 14 BEAU THAI EACH PEACH MARKET NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL PARK Dumbarton Oaks Park Montrose Park Sheridan Circle Sheridan Circle 16THST CONNECTICUTAVE M ASSACHUSETTS AVE 14THST NEW HAM PSHIRE AVE COLUMBIARD COLU CALVERT ST TILDEN ST PARK RD PARK RD PINEY BRANCH PKWY ARKANSAS KLINGLE RD PORTER ST IRV CLEVELAN D AVE ROCK C RE EKPKWY N ST 18THST M ST 19THST KALORAMA RD WYOMING AVE CALIFORNIA ST 24THST 23RDST BELMONT RD R ST P ST Q ST S ST T ST V ST MONROE ST NEWTON ST UPTON ST MACOMB ST ST WOODLEY RD 29THST 28THST 27THST CATHEDRAL AVE CATHEDRALAVE W O ODLAND DR NORMANSTONE DR KALORAM A RD LANIER PL HARVARD ST 17THST 19THST 18THST SPRING RD HOLMEADPL ARGYLE UPSHUR ST 18THST SHEPHERD ST TAYLOR ST 17THST 34THPL 35THST ST U ST 34THST ATORY CIRCLE M ST Q ST R ST 28THST 27THST O ST N ST 29THST 30THST P ST 31STST 34THST 33RDST T ST S ST WHITEHAVEN ST FLORIDA AVE CONNECTICUTAVE WISCONSINAVE MTPLEASANTST 18THST MOUNT PLEASANT PAGE 35 COLUMBIA HEIGHTS PAGE 16 DUPONT CIRCLE PAGE 20 14TH & U/LOGAN CIRCLE PAGE 1 CONTACT Adams Morgan Partnership BID Kristen Barden, Executive Director 202.997.0783 kbarden@adamsmorganonline.org www.adamsmorganonline.org Retail/Restaurant Arts/Tourism Education Government Great Street Main Street BID Area ADAMS MORGAN
  16. 16. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 2 Adams Morgan Vibrant, eclectic, unique—Adams Morgan is abuzz with colorful storefronts, friendly sidewalk cafes, restaurants with diverse cuisine from around the world, intimate coffee shops and some of DC’s liveliest nightspots. Young professionals come for the spicy urban experience…and stay to raise their families. • $6.8 million streetscape enhancements on 18th Street (Florida Avenue to Columbia Road) • 30,500 retail sq. ft. under construction • 688 residential units under construction • 220-room hotel to start construction in 2015 NEW INVESTMENTS. NEW OPPORTUNITIES. Mintwood Place was chosen one of the best new restaurants in the world by Conde Naste Traveler in 2013. TOP RESTAURANTS • 9 Capital Bikeshare stations within a half-mile (average of 11,086 arrivals per month) • 97 Walk Score WALKABLE. BIKEABLE. 44% population aged 20-34 79% population with Bachelor’s Degree or higher $121k average household income • Adams Morgan Movie Nights • Adams Morgan Summer Concerts • Adams Morgan Day festival • Porchfest Music Festival NEIGHBORHOOD FESTIVALS
  17. 17. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 0–½mi 0–1mi 0–3mi POPULATION Population 10,614 29,734 221,478 Male 45% 44% 47% Female 55% 56% 53% High School Graduate + 80% 80% 86% Bachelor’s Degree + 11% 11% 33% Graduate/Professional Degree 5% 4% 16% HOUSEHOLDS Households (HH) 4,128 11,297 96,255 Average HH Size 2.6 2.6 2.2 Owner-occupied 31% 26% 37% Renter-occupied 69% 74% 63% Median HH Value $278,030 $303,504 $360,029 INCOME Average HH $45,982 $46,849 $77,043 Median HH $34,139 $32,482 $48,699 HH Income < $50k 69% 71% 51% HH Income $50–75k 13% 12% 15% HH Income $75k+ 18% 18% 34% Median HH Disposable $35,556 $35,796 $54,552 AGE Age < 20 32% 32% 24% Age 20–34 22% 22% 26% Age 35–64 37% 36% 38% Age 65+ 9% 10% 12% Median Age (years) 32.0 32.2 34.8 CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Apparel $4,432 $12,348 $170,790 Computers & Accessories $648 $1,813 $26,106 Entertainment & Recreation $8,353 $23,284 $325,202 ·· Pets $1,471 $4,101 $56,796 ·· Television, Radio & Sound $3,714 $10,326 $136,654 Food at Home $14,233 $39,623 $538,029 Food away from Home $8,485 $23,694 $337,306 Home Improvement $4,144 $11,587 $168,659 Household Furnishings $2,738 $7,648 $105,759 Personal Care $1,154 $3,224 $56,796 Vehicle Maint. & Repair $2,738 $7,642 $106,689 Source: ESRI, 2014 Estimates & Projections METRORAIL EXITS (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) 6,943/5,858 Anacostia TRAFFIC COUNTS (Avg.Annual Daily Volumes) 15,300 Good Hope Road 15,400 Martin Luther King Jr.Avenue 57,800-86,300 I-295 395 295 295 M M M M M M Potomac Ave Navy Yard Anacostia Anacostia Congress Heights Congress Heights MARINE BARRACKS HARRIS TEETER MARKET MATCHBOX ROSE’S LUXURY NAVY YARD SAINT ELIZABETHS WEST CAMPUS SAINT ELIZABETHS EAST CAMPUS YARDS PARK US DOT DDOT NATIONALS PARK DIAMOND TEAGUE PARK COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT CANAL PARK BOILERMAKER SHOPS HARRIS TEETER CONGRESSIONAL CEMETERY VAL N BASE LLING SAINT ELIZABETHS HOSPITAL HONFLEUR GALLERY DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPEMENT GIANT FOOD TED’S BULLETIN ANACOSTIA PLAYHOUSE U.S. COAST GUARD HQ GATEWAY PAVILION UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS CENTER DC LOTTERY DC TAXICAB COMMISSION FUTURE ICON SHOWPLACE GORDON BIERSCH FUTURE WHOLE FOODS OSED ITED ER UM CEDAR HILL BAR & GRILL FREDERICK DOUGLASS HOME MARTIN’S FOOD TOWN R.I.S.E. DEMONSTRATION CENTER POPEYES CONGRESS HEIGHTS METRO REDEVELOPMENT BARRY FARM RECREATION CENTER H ANACOSTIA ARTS CENTER OSTERIA MORINI A n a c o s t i a R i v e r Frederick Douglass Bridge 11th Street Bridge John Phillip Sousa Bridge Fort Stanton Park Poplar Point Anacostia River Park GOOD FAIRLAWN AVE 16THST Q ST U ST V ST W ST 16THST 14THST R ST S ST T ST 13THST SUM NER RD HO W ARD RD SHANNONPL N AYLO MARTINLUTHERKINGJRAVE M ARTIN LUTHER KINGJRAVE ALABAMA AVE STANTONRD S UITLAND PKWY MALCOM X AVE CAPITOLST HO W ARD RD ELVANS RD ELVANSRD POMEROY RD W ADE RD STEVENS RD GAINESVILLE ST STANTO N TER BR UCE ST 15THPL 18THST SAVANNAH S 22NDST SAVANNAHTER ALLEY SQ 7THST 2NDST NEW CO M B ST 5TH ST 4TH ST STANTON RD ANACOSTIAFREEWAY SOUTHCAPITOLST M ST NEWJERSEYAVE L ST K ST G ST I STI ST K ST HALFST L ST HALFST 8THST POTOMAC AVE 1STST N ST TINGEY ST 2NDST 2NDPL 4THST 14THST MINNESOTA AVE ERIE ST M O RRIS RD WATER ST CONTACT Anacostia Business Improvement District Edward S. Grandis, Executive Director 202.449.9871 ED@AnacostiaBID.org www.anacostiabid.org CONGRESS HEIGHTS/ SAINT ELIZABETHS PAGE 17 CAPITOL RIVERFRONT PAGE 10 BARRY FARM PAGE 5 Retail/Restaurant Arts/Tourism Education Government Great Street Main Street BID Area ANACOSTIA Edward S. Grandis, Executive Director Anacostia Business Improvement District Corporation 2216 Martin Luther King, Jr., Avenue, S.E. Washington, DC 20020 (202) 449-9871 www.AnacostiaBID.org ED@AnacostiaBID.org CONTACT: The Anacostia BID is comprised of 30 block faces radiating from the intersections of Good Hope Rd., S.E. and Martin Luther King, Jr., Ave., S.E.The BID board includes key stakeholders from the private and non-profit communities dedicated to commercial development, retail business retention and location, job training and community participation. Programs to be developed include: clean team, safety, streetscape and beautification, transportation management,Wi-Fi and social media services, branding, marketing and promotion.
  18. 18. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 3 Anacostia Located near the banks of the Anacostia River, this historic neighborhood is enjoying a renaissance with burgeoning small businesses, local entrepreneurs and a thriving 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. Will open a 7,000 sq. ft. restaurant and training center along Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue. BUS BOYS & POETS Anacostia is home to: • Honfleur Art Gallery • The Gallery at Vivid Solutions • Anacostia Playhouse • Anacostia Arts Center • Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum • American Poetry Museum • Frederick Douglass National Historic Site • annual cultural and civic festivals ARTS & CULTURAL DESTINATION Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue and Good Hope Roads 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. SMALL BUSINESS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT GRANTS
  19. 19. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 0–½mi 0–1mi 0–3mi POPULATION Population 12,960 37,713 247,649 Male 50% 49% 48% Female 50% 51% 52% High School Graduate + 95% 94% 86% Bachelor’s Degree + 77% 72% 43% Graduate/Professional Degree 45% 40% 23% HOUSEHOLDS Households (HH) 6,517 18,985 112,490 Average HH Size 1.9 1.9 2.1 Owner-occupied 46% 47% 37% Renter-occupied 54% 53% 63% Median HH Value $773,067 $687,733 $451,935 INCOME Average HH $134,913 $128,817 $86,061 Median HH $103,830 $96,458 $52,760 HH Income < $50k 26% 28% 48% HH Income $50–75k 9% 11% 13% HH Income $75k+ 65% 61% 39% Median HH Disposable $86,286 $82,814 $58,973 AGE Age < 20 15% 15% 21% Age 20–34 35% 35% 31% Age 35–64 38% 39% 38% Age 65+ 12% 11% 11% Median Age (years) 35.0 35.1 34.3 CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Apparel $20,339 $56,480 $225,156 Computers & Accessories $3,218 $8,986 $34,850 Entertainment & Recreation $38,230 $106,341 $422,447 ·· Pets $6,445 $17,999 $72,862 ·· Television, Radio & Sound $15,011 $41,841 $176,064 Food at Home $61,240 $170,735 $701,418 Food away from Home $41,126 $114,537 $447,178 Home Improvement $19,810 $54,538 $210,157 Household Furnishings $12,334 $34,333 $137,296 Personal Care $5,390 $15,088 $72,862 Vehicle Maint. & Repair $12,371 $34,567 $139,001 Source: ESRI, 2014 Estimates & Projections 2. Stations within a half-mile METRORAIL EXITS (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) 6,056/7,774 Eastern Market WALKSCORE 96Walker's Paradise CAPITAL BIKESHARE ARRIVALS2 Avg. Monthly (10/2013–9/2014) 7,727 395 295 295 395 M M M M M M M M M M L'Enfant Plaza Capitol South Eastern Market Poto Federal Center SW Waterfront/ SEU Navy Yard Union Station Judiciary Sq Anacostia Anacostia NATIONAL BUILDING MUSEUM ATLAS THEATER VERIZON CENTER UNITED STATES CAPITOL LIBRARY OF CONGRESS RAYBURN HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING CANNON HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING SUPREME COURT MARINE BARRACKS HARRIS TEETER YES! ORGANIC MARKET EASTERN MARKET MATCHBOX ROSE’S LUXURY NAVY YARD YARDS PARK US DOT DDOT NATIONALS PARK DIAMOND TEAGUE PARK ARENA STAGE SAFEWAY COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT CANAL PARK BOILERMAKER SHOPS HARRIS TEETER GALLERY PLACE HARMAN CENTER FOR THE ARTS WOOLY MAMMOTH THEATER NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART NATIONAL AIR & SPACE MUSEUM UNION STATION FORT LESLIE J MCNAIR HONFLEUR GALLERY DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPEME TED’S BULLETIN GOOD STUFF EATERY ANACOSTIA PLAYHOUSE SEC WALGREEN’S PANERA BREAD DC LOTTERY DC TAXICAB COMMISSION FUTURE ICON SHOWPLACE GORDON BIERSCH FUTURE WHOLE FOODS PROPOSED DC UNITED SOCCER STADIUM CEDAR HILL BAR & GRILL WALMART RESIDENCE INN BY MARRIOTT GIANT FOOD FUTURE WHOLE FOODS H STREET CONNECTION TAYLOR GOURMET FUTURE BEN’S CHILI BOWL ROCK N ROLL HOTE RED ROCKS ANACOSTIA ARTS CENTER SONA CREAMERY AND WINE BAR OSTERIA MORINI LE PAIN QUOTIDIEN A n a c o s t i a ngtonChannel Frederick Douglass Bridge 11th Street Bridge Lincoln Park Stanton Square Poplar Point Union Station Plaza Anacostia Park U ST V ST W ST 14THST 13THST SHANNONPL M ARTIN LUTHER KINGJRAVE MASSACHUSETTS AVE NOR G ST F ST 1STST 2NDST H ST CONSTITUTION AVE INDEPENDENCE AVE SOUTHCAPITOLST MASSACHUSETTS AVE M ST NEWJERSEYAVE NORTH CAROLINA AVE SOUTH CAROLINA AVE EAST CAPITOL ST 3RDST E ST LO UISIAN A AVE W ASHIN G TO N AVE 14THST L ST 15THST K ST KENTUCKYAVE C ST C ST D ST D S E S G ST C ST I STI ST I ST 6THST E ST G ST 1STST K ST HALFST L ST HALFST 8THST POTOMAC AVE 1STST P ST 4THST DELAWAREAVE 2NDST N ST TINGEY ST O ST 1STST PENNSYLVANIA AVE 4THST E ST D ST C ST 6THST INDIANA AVE H ST B MARYLAND AVE F ST E ST 2NDST 3RDST 4THST 2NDST 2NDPL 4THST 5THST 6THST 9THST 8THST 7THST 10THST 11THST 12THST 13THST G ST TENNESSEEAVE 14THST 3RDST WATER ST CONTACT Barracks Row Main Street, Inc. Martin Smith, Exec Director 202.544.3188 martin@barracksrow.org www.barracksrow.org CAPITOL HILL PAGE 9 CAPITOL RIVERFRONT PAGE 10 Retail/Restaurant Arts/Tourism Education Government Great Street Main Street BID Area BARRACKS ROW
  20. 20. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 4 Barracks Row Steeped in U.S. history, 8th Street, SE is DC’s oldest commercial corridor and anchored by the Washington Navy Yard since 1798 and the United States Marine Corps Barracks, for which it is named, since 1801. Experience the diverse dining and retail opportunities in one of the most prominent of the thriving Capitol Hill neighborhoods. In the past two years 19 businesses have opened along the corridor including Ambar, Barrel, Capital Tea Bar & Boutique, Dcanter, District Doughnut, Medium Rare and Rose’s Luxury. $135,000 Average household income Rose’s Luxury was chosen as the best new restaurant in the U.S. by Bon Appetit in 2014. #1 RESTAURANT Barracks Row was recognized in 2005 with a Great American Main Street Award. AWARD-WINNING MAIN STREET 30 RESTAURANTS & OUTDOOR CAFES
  21. 21. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 0–½mi 0–1mi 0–3mi POPULATION Population 3,818 14,915 204,613 Male 43% 45% 47% Female 57% 55% 53% High School Graduate + 78% 78% 87% Bachelor’s Degree + 11% 10% 39% Graduate/Professional Degree 4% 4% 20% HOUSEHOLDS Households (HH) 1,368 5,324 91,087 Average HH Size 2.8 2.7 2.2 Owner-occupied 24% 25% 35% Renter-occupied 76% 75% 65% Median HH Value $247,897 $277,682 $394,278 INCOME Average HH $47,853 $47,158 $82,548 Median HH $30,918 $31,587 $52,555 HH Income < $50k 69% 72% 48% HH Income $50–75k 13% 12% 14% HH Income $75k+ 18% 16% 38% Median HH Disposable $36,739 $35,866 $58,015 AGE Age < 20 37% 34% 23% Age 20–34 25% 24% 28% Age 35–64 32% 35% 38% Age 65+ 7% 8% 11% Median Age (years) 27.5 30.1 34.4 CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Apparel $1,547 $5,934 $173,632 Computers & Accessories $225 $857 $26,750 Entertainment & Recreation $2,865 $10,999 $329,228 ·· Pets $498 $1,909 $57,227 ·· Television, Radio & Sound $1,280 $4,884 $137,674 Food at Home $4,927 $18,814 $544,044 Food away from Home $2,939 $11,257 $344,375 Home Improvement $1,381 $5,447 $168,021 Household Furnishings $940 $3,591 $107,245 Personal Care $397 $1,506 $57,227 Vehicle Maint. & Repair $939 $3,590 $108,095 Source: ESRI, 2014 Estimates & Projections METRORAIL EXITS (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) 6,943/5,858 Anacostia TRAFFIC COUNTS (Avg.Annual Daily Volumes) 15,400 Martin Luther King Jr.Avenue 81,400-86,300 I-295 395 295 295 M M M M M M Waterfront/ SEU Navy Yard Anacostia Anacostia Congress Heights Con He HARRIS TEE NAVY YARD SAINT ELIZABETHS WEST CAMPUS SAINT ELIZABETHS EAST CAMPUS YARDS PARK US DOT DDOT NATIONALS PARK DIAMOND TEAGUE PARK ARENA STAGE THE WHARF SAFEWAY COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT CANAL PARK BOILERMAKER SHOPS HARRIS TEETER U.S. NAVAL STATION FORT LESLIE J MCNAIR JOINT BASE ANACOSTIA-BOLLING SAINT ELIZABET HOSPITAL HONFLEUR GALLERY DEPART & COMM ANACOSTIA PLAYHOUSE U.S. COAST GUARD HQ GATEWAY PAVILION UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS CENTER CONGRESS HEIGHTS SCHOOL DC LOTTERY DC TAXICAB COMMISSION FUTURE ICON SHOWPLACE GORDON BIERSCH PROPOSED DC UNITED SOCCER STADIUM CEDAR HILL BAR & GRILL MARTIN’S FOOD TOWN R.I.S.E. DEMONSTRATION CENTER POPEYES CONGRESS HEIGHTS METRO REDEVELOPMENT BARRY FARM RECREATION CENTER H ANACOSTIA ARTS CENTER OSTERIA MORINI A n a WashingtonChannel Frederick Douglass Bridge 11th Street Bridge Poplar Point 13THST SUM NER RD HO W ARD RD SHANNONPL MARTINLUTHERKINGJRAVE M ARTIN LUTHER KINGJRAVE VE ALABAMA AVE S UITLAND PKWY MALCOM X AVE CAPITOLST HO W ARD RD ELVANS RD POMEROY RD W ADE RD STEVENS RD SAVANNAH ST 10THPL CONGRESS ST ALLEY SQ 7THST 2NDST NEW CO M B ST 5TH ST 4TH ST PL NNAH S T STANTON RD ANACOSTIAFREEWAY SOUTHCAPITOLST M ST VE WJERSEYAVE W ATER ST L ST K ST I STI ST I ST 1STST K ST HALFST L ST HALFST POTOMAC AVE 1STST P ST 4THST DELAWAREAVE 2NDST N ST TINGEY ST O ST 2NDST 2NDPL 4THST M O RRIS RD WATER ST CONGRESS HEIGHTS/ SAINT ELIZABETHS PAGE 17 ANACOSTIA PAGE 3 CONTACT Washington, DC Economic Partnership Chad Shuskey, SVP, Research 202.661.8670 cshuskey@wdcep.com www.wdcep.com CAPITOL RIVERFRONT PAGE 10 Retail/Restaurant Arts/Tourism Education Government Great Street Main Street BID Area BARRY FARM
  22. 22. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 5 Barry Farm One of four New Communities Initiatives, the Barry Farm redevelopment will transform the neighborhood into a vibrant neighborhood with approximately 1,400 mixed-income units of rental and for- sale housing and 50,000 square feet of retail space. 1.5 million Potential sq. ft. of the Barry Farm redevelopment plan. 47,000Sq. ft. in the new Barry Farm Recreation Center set to open in 2015. 50,000Sq. ft. of new retail space planned for the Barry Farm redevelopment. The New Communities Initiative is a DC government program designed to revitalize severely distressed subsidized housing, redevelop neighborhoods into vibrant mixed- income communities and address the human capital needs for residents. NEW COMMUNITIES INITIATIVE
  23. 23. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 0–½mi 0–1mi 0–3mi POPULATION Population 8,834 27,063 155,276 Male 46% 46% 46% Female 54% 54% 54% High School Graduate + 80% 82% 85% Bachelor’s Degree + 11% 14% 30% Graduate/Professional Degree 4% 5% 14% HOUSEHOLDS Households (HH) 3,962 11,026 65,113 Average HH Size 2.2 2.4 2.3 Owner-occupied 22% 23% 35% Renter-occupied 78% 77% 65% Median HH Value $288,136 $269,666 $302,859 INCOME Average HH $45,742 $49,500 $75,056 Median HH $29,986 $33,103 $50,213 HH Income < $50k 74% 68% 50% HH Income $50–75k 12% 13% 15% HH Income $75k+ 15% 19% 35% Median HH Disposable $34,846 $37,999 $57,295 AGE Age < 20 29% 31% 27% Age 20–34 23% 25% 25% Age 35–64 38% 35% 38% Age 65+ 11% 9% 11% Median Age (years) 34.0 30.6 34.2 CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Apparel $4,282 $12,841 $111,161 Computers & Accessories $619 $1,891 $17,315 Entertainment & Recreation $7,897 $23,900 $215,453 ·· Pets $1,357 $4,157 $38,167 ·· Television, Radio & Sound $3,450 $10,540 $90,134 Food at Home $13,468 $40,900 $353,838 Food away from Home $8,147 $24,693 $221,905 Home Improvement $4,038 $11,651 $112,270 Household Furnishings $2,546 $7,832 $70,441 Personal Care $1,075 $3,344 $38,167 Vehicle Maint. & Repair $2,574 $7,855 $71,132 Source: ESRI, 2014 Estimates & Projections TRAFFIC COUNTS (Avg.Annual Daily Volumes) 18,600-31,700 South Capitol Street 57,800-86,300 I-295 295 JOINT BASE ANACOSTIA-BOLLING JOINT BASE ANACOSTIA-BOLLING HADLEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL CONGRESS HEIGHTS SCHOOL PNC BANK AUTO ZONE SOUTH CAPITOL SHOPPING CENTER MARTIN’S FOOD TOWN POPE WILLIAM O. LOCKRIDGE/ BELLEVUE NEIGHBORHOOD LIBRARY CONWAY HEALTH & RESOURCE CENTER TRINITY PLAZA H ver M ARYLAN D VIRGI MARTINLUTHE SOUTHCAPITOLST MARTIN LUTHERKING JRAVE 4THST MALCOM X AVE CHESAPEAKE ST ATLANTIC ST ATLANTIC ST LIVINGSTONRD VALLEY AVE 3RDST CO N DO N TER 1STST1STST M ISSISSIPPI AVE MARTINLUTHERKINGJRAVE JOLIET S T FORRESTER ST DANBURY ST CHESAPEAKE ST 2ND ST 4THST ALL 7THST 2NDST NEW CO M B ST 5TH ST 4TH ST BROTHERSPL SAVANNAH S T 6THST HORNERPL 6THST ANACOSTIAFREEWAY CONGRESS HEIGHTS/ SAINT ELIZABETHS PAGE 17 CONTACT Washington, DC Economic Partnership Chad Shuskey, SVP, Research 202.661.8670 cshuskey@wdcep.com www.wdcep.com Retail/Restaurant Arts/Tourism Education Government Great Street Main Street BID Area BELLEVUE/ SOUTH CAPITOL
  24. 24. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 6 Bellevue/South Capitol Bellevue is a residential neighborhood located in southwest DC. With new community investments such as the William O. Lockridge/Bellevue Neighborhood Library and Conway Health and Resource Center, both Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue and South Capitol Street are on the cusp of new economic development growth. This new development will deliver 49 affordable residential units and 6,000 sq. ft. of retail/restaurant space in early 2015. TRINITY PLAZA The 50,000-sq.-ft. center opened in 2013 and offers medical, dental, and behavioral healthcare for local residents. CONWAY HEALTH & RESOURCE CENTER Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue and South Capitol Street 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. SMALL BUSINESS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT GRANTS
  25. 25. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 0–½mi 0–1mi 0–3mi POPULATION Population 9,701 36,868 188,083 Male 44% 45% 46% Female 56% 55% 54% High School Graduate + 82% 81% 84% Bachelor’s Degree + 13% 14% 23% Graduate/Professional Degree 4% 6% 10% HOUSEHOLDS Households (HH) 4,268 14,758 77,232 Average HH Size 2.3 2.5 2.4 Owner-occupied 35% 37% 44% Renter-occupied 65% 63% 56% Median HH Value $284,240 $282,992 $277,216 INCOME Average HH $51,586 $49,633 $67,179 Median HH $36,483 $35,506 $45,602 HH Income < $50k 66% 68% 54% HH Income $50–75k 14% 14% 17% HH Income $75k+ 20% 18% 30% Median HH Disposable $38,878 $38,060 $49,808 AGE Age < 20 26% 29% 25% Age 20–34 21% 21% 23% Age 35–64 39% 37% 40% Age 65+ 14% 12% 13% Median Age (years) 37.6 34.5 36.9 CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Apparel $5,163 $17,044 $117,788 Computers & Accessories $737 $2,478 $17,946 Entertainment & Recreation $9,631 $32,175 $228,829 ·· Pets $1,667 $5,673 $40,706 ·· Television, Radio & Sound $4,176 $14,175 $96,594 Food at Home $16,133 $54,571 $376,514 Food away from Home $9,781 $32,643 $232,721 Home Improvement $5,229 $16,627 $123,628 Household Furnishings $3,100 $10,501 $74,395 Personal Care $1,274 $4,433 $40,706 Vehicle Maint. & Repair $3,108 $10,518 $75,156 Source: ESRI, 2014 Estimates & Projections METRORAIL EXITS (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) 2,598/2,259 Benning Road TRAFFIC COUNTS (Avg.Annual Daily Volumes) 27,200-27,600 East Capitol Street 20,000 Benning Road 295 M M M Benning Rd Minnesota Ave Deanwood PARK 7 REDEVELOPMENT SAFEWAY CVS STRAND THEATER WENDY’S MCDONALD’S MENICK’S MARKET DOES DEANWOOD COMMUNITY CENTER KELLY MIDDLE SCHOOL SUBWAY EDUCARE CESAR CHAVEZ SCHOOL KENILWORTH ELEMENTARY NEVAL THOMAS ELEMENTARY PARKSIDE MIXED-USE REDEVELOPMENT 7-ELEVEN DC EAGLE DENNY’S 7-ELEVEN SUBWAY SOME PROJECT en ge se Fort Mahan Park Fort Chaplin Park Fort Dupont Golf Course MINNESOTAAVE D SH PL N ST FO R T D UPONT DR F ST 33RDST 33RDST 32NDST A ST 34THST B ST C ST EAST CAPITOL ST BENNING RD MASSACHUSETTS AVE SHERIFF RD RIDGE RD BOWEN RD FITCH ST CENTRAL A V E NANNIE HELEN BURROUGHS AVE EASTERN AVE DIVISIONAVE ANCHAVE A AVE ST N ST TEXASAVE FORTDAVISDR ELY PL C ST ANACO STIA RD 37THST D ST 35TH ST KENILW ORTH AVE BLAINE ST 42NDST FO O TE ST ANACO STIA AVE 34THST JAY ST HAYES ST DEANEAVE GAULT PL HAYES ST JAY ST JUST ST 52NDST 49THST 49THST BROOKS ST 47THST FOOTE ST BLAINE ST KENILW ORTH AVE KEN ILW O RTH AVE ANACO LANE PL MEADE ST M IN N ESO TA AVE 44THST LEE ST MEADE ST 50THST AMES ST 53RDST 51STST 49THST 50THST C ST D ST E ST D ST 46THST ALABAMAAVE G ST BURNSST H ST F ST BENNINGRD PA RK SID E PL CONTACT Washington, DC Economic Partnership Chad Shuskey, SVP, Research 202.661.8670 cshuskey@wdcep.com www.wdcep.com DEANWOOD PAGE 18 Retail/Restaurant Arts/Tourism Education Government Great Street Main Street BID Area BENNING ROAD/ EAST CAPITOL STREET
  26. 26. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 7 Benning Road/East Capitol Street A new mixed-use development adjacent to the Benning Road Metrorail Station will bring new affordable housing, neighborhood services and retail/restaurant space to the adjacent neighborhoods of Benning, Benning Heights, Capitol View and Marshall Heights. SOME plans on building a mixed- use project that will offer 202 affordable residential units, 36,000 sq. ft. for a medical/dental clinic and administrative offices, an employment training center and a sit-down deli. NEW MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT 27,600 Average annual daily traffic volume on East Capitol Street Chapman Development is planning to redevelop the former George Washington Carver Apartments site (47th & East Capitol Streets, SE) into 178 affordable apartments and 21 affordable for-sale rowhouses. CARVER TERRACES REDEVELOPMENT
  27. 27. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 0–½mi 0–1mi 0–3mi POPULATION Population 7,373 26,675 335,068 Male 47% 47% 49% Female 53% 53% 51% High School Graduate + 92% 85% 83% Bachelor’s Degree + 43% 34% 45% Graduate/Professional Degree 30% 18% 23% HOUSEHOLDS Households (HH) 2,149 10,299 145,339 Average HH Size 2.7 2.3 2.2 Owner-occupied 59% 52% 43% Renter-occupied 41% 48% 57% Median HH Value $471,928 $441,292 $455,029 INCOME Average HH $91,560 $77,957 $89,707 Median HH $61,448 $54,768 $60,699 HH Income < $50k 39% 45% 42% HH Income $50–75k 20% 18% 15% HH Income $75k+ 41% 37% 43% Median HH Disposable $63,369 $55,797 $62,210 AGE Age < 20 23% 22% 19% Age 20–34 29% 24% 31% Age 35–64 35% 36% 38% Age 65+ 13% 18% 12% Median Age (years) 33.5 38.6 34.8 CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Apparel $4,411 $17,999 $298,433 Computers & Accessories $686 $2,785 $47,691 Entertainment & Recreation $8,730 $35,623 $570,625 ·· Pets $1,525 $6,283 $98,846 ·· Television, Radio & Sound $3,418 $14,423 $229,896 Food at Home $13,615 $57,092 $933,371 Food away from Home $8,688 $35,535 $603,769 Home Improvement $5,199 $20,444 $291,417 Household Furnishings $2,747 $11,323 $183,084 Personal Care $1,138 $4,786 $98,846 Vehicle Maint. & Repair $2,827 $11,634 $189,114 Source: ESRI, 2014 Estimates & Projections METRORAIL EXITS (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) 6,281/4,754 Brookland/Catholic University WALKSCORE 87 Very Walkable M M M Fort Totten Brookland/ CUA Rhode Island Ave VETERANS AFFAIRS MEDICAL CENTER WASHINGTON OSPITAL CENTER CHILDRENS NATIONAL MEDICAL CENTER TRINITY COLLEGE THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA FRANCISCAN MONASTERY GLENWOOD CEMETERY THE BASILICA YES! ORGANIC MARKET CVS MONROE STREET MARKET WINDOWS CAFE RUSTIK TAVERN RED HEN BROOKLAND TRUE VALUE FORMAN MILLS RHODE ISLAND ROW GIANT FOOD HOME DEPOT HECHT WAREHOUSE DISTRICT RITE AID COMFORT & SUITES SAVE A LOT FLIP IT BAKERY BROOKLAND’S FINEST MENOMALE ATLAS BREW WORKS 2321 4TH STREET H H H Rock Creek Cemetery Park an oir 1STST S ST 4THST 5THST T STT ST 2NDST 3RDST ADAMS ST W ST V ST U ST INCOLNRD 2NDST SUMMITPL 3RDST NEW HAMPSHIRE 3RDST ANT ST ROCKCREEK CHURCH RD RHODE ISLAND AVE NORTHCAPITOLST MICHIGAN AVE SO UTH D AKO TA AVE 13THST SARGENTRD FRANKLIN ST TAYLOR ST MONROE ST 4THST BREN TW O O D RD 18THST W ST 17THST 16THST 15THST 14THST 15THST FORT TOTTENDR BROOKLANDAVE BUCHANAN ST CRITTENDEN ST DECATUR ST 7THST 6THPL 12THST PUERTORICOAVE 10THST 8THST 7THST BRYAN GIRARD ST 9THST HAMLIN ST IRVING ST LAWRENCE ST OTIS ST 14THST WEBSTER ST VARNUM ST HAWAII AVE 1STST 2NDST HAREWOODRD M O N TAN A AVE NEWTON ST 13THST GALLATIN ST 14THST M ICHIGAN AVE IRVING ST NEW YORK AVE OKIE ST ET ST 16THST FENWICKPL RHODE ISLAND AVE, NE/ WOODRIDGE PAGE 46 RHODE ISLAND AVE, NE/ BRENTWOOD PAGE 45 CONTACT Washington, DC Economic Partnership Chad Shuskey, SVP, Research 202.661.8670 cshuskey@wdcep.com www.wdcep.com FORT TOTTEN PAGE 23 NEW YORK AVENUE/IVY CITY PAGE 37 Retail/Restaurant Arts/Tourism Education Government Great Street Main Street BID Area BROOKLAND
  28. 28. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 8 Brookland 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. NEW DEVELOPMENT • The Metrorail station’s Kiss & Ride will be developed into 280 residential units and 9,000 sq. ft. of retail space. • Arcadia at Brookland Station will consist of 213 apartments and 13,000 sq. ft. of retail space. MONROE STREET MARKET This mixed-use project delivered 57,000 sq. ft. of retail/restaurant space and 562 apartments in 2014. Project anchors include The Arts Walk (27 artist studios) and a Busboys & Poets. CENTRALLY LOCATED TO SIX HOSPITALS • Washington Hospital Center • National Rehabilitation Hospital • Children’s Hospital • Hospital for Sick Children Pediatric Center • Veteran’s Administration Hospital • Providence Hospital From its Art Deco architecture to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception to local anchors such as Dance Place, the neighborhood is a haven for arts and culture. In 2014, $20,000 in beautification grants were awarded for nine public art installations. ANCHORED BY ARTS & CULTURE
  29. 29. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 0–½mi 0–1mi 0–3mi POPULATION Population 14,471 42,049 256,072 Male 49% 49% 48% Female 51% 51% 52% High School Graduate + 96% 94% 86% Bachelor’s Degree + 81% 72% 44% Graduate/Professional Degree 48% 40% 23% HOUSEHOLDS Households (HH) 7,222 21,112 116,596 Average HH Size 1.9 1.9 2.1 Owner-occupied 49% 48% 37% Renter-occupied 51% 52% 63% Median HH Value $815,195 $682,907 $454,677 INCOME Average HH $146,890 $129,270 $87,238 Median HH $109,442 $97,205 $53,638 HH Income < $50k 21% 28% 48% HH Income $50–75k 11% 11% 13% HH Income $75k+ 68% 62% 40% Median HH Disposable $92,770 $83,117 $59,629 AGE Age < 20 15% 15% 21% Age 20–34 34% 35% 31% Age 35–64 39% 40% 37% Age 65+ 12% 11% 11% Median Age (years) 35.8 35.2 34.0 CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Apparel $24,512 $63,080 $236,725 Computers & Accessories $3,864 $10,013 $36,673 Entertainment & Recreation $46,152 $118,632 $443,695 ·· Pets $7,749 $20,036 $76,439 ·· Television, Radio & Sound $17,904 $46,577 $184,770 Food at Home $73,047 $190,110 $736,396 Food away from Home $49,528 $127,767 $470,263 Home Improvement $24,558 $61,178 $220,457 Household Furnishings $14,884 $38,288 $144,223 Personal Care $6,425 $16,775 $76,439 Vehicle Maint. & Repair $14,819 $38,483 $145,985 Source: ESRI, 2014 Estimates & Projections 2. Stations within a half-mile METRORAIL EXITS (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) 6,056/7,774 Eastern Market 3,259/2,657 Potomac Avenue 31,552/16,064Union Station WALKSCORE 98 Walker's Paradise CAPITAL BIKESHARE ARRIVALS2 Avg. Monthly (10/2013–9/2014) 11,286 395 395 295 295 395 M MM M M M M M M M M L'Enfant Plaza Capitol South Eastern Market P Federal Center SW Waterfront/ SEU Navy Yard Union Station Judiciary Sq NATIONAL BUILDING MUSEUM ATLAS THEATER VERIZON CENTER UNITED STATES CAPITOL LIBRARY OF CONGRESS RAYBURN HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING CANNON HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING SUPREME COURT MARINE BARRACKS HARRIS TEETER YES! ORGANIC MARKET EASTERN MARKET MATCHBOX ROSE’S LUXURY NAVY YARD YARDS PARK US DOT DDOT NATIONALS PARK DIAMOND TEAGUE PARK ARENA STAGE SAFEWAY COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT CANAL PARK BOILERMAKER SHOPS HARRIS TEETER SAFEWAY BUSBOYS & POETS VIDA GYM GALLERY PLACE HARMAN CENTER FOR THE ARTS WOOLY MAMMOTH THEATER NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART NATIONAL AIR & SPACE MUSEUM UNION STATION FORT LESLIE J MCNAIR HONFLEUR GALLERY DEPARTMENT OF HOUSIN & COMMUNITY DEVELOPE TED’S BULLETIN GOOD STUFF EATERY ANACOSTIA PLAYHOUSE SEC WALGREEN’S PANERA BREAD FUTURE ICON SHOWPLACE GORDON BIERSCH FUTURE WHOLE FOODS PROPOSED DC UNITED SOCCER STADIUM GONZAGA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL WALMART RESIDENCE INN BY MARRIOTT GIANT FOOD FUTURE WHOLE FOODS H STREET CONNECTION TAYLOR GOURMET FUTURE BEN’S CHILI BOWL ROCK N ROLL HO RED ROCKS ANACOSTIA ARTS CENTER SONA CREAMERY AND WINE BAR OSTERIA MORINI ALBA OSTERIA LE PAIN QUOTIDIEN A n a c o s t i hingtonChan Frederick Douglass Bridge 11th Street Bridge Lincoln Park Stanton Square Poplar Point Union Station Plaza Anacos Pa U ST T HST L VE 1STST MASSACHUSETTS AVE NORTHCAPITOLST G ST F ST 1STST 2NDST H ST CONSTITUTION AVE INDEPENDENCE AVE SOUTHCAPITOLST MASSACHUSETTS AVE M ST NEWJERSEYAVE NORTH CAROLINA AVE SOUTH CAROLINA AVE EAST CAPITOL ST 3RDST E ST LO UISIAN A AVE W ASHIN G TO N AVE 14THST L ST 15THST K ST KENTUCKYAVE C ST C ST D ST G ST C I STI ST I ST 6THST E ST G ST 1STST K ST HALFST L ST HALFST 8THST POTOMAC AVE 1STST P ST 4THST DELAWAREAVE 2NDST N ST TINGEY ST O ST 1STST K ST PENNSYLVANIA AVE 4THST E ST D ST C ST 6THST INDIANA AVE H ST MARYLAND AVE K ST H TRINI MORSE ST NEAL ST F ST E ST I ST 2NDST 3RDST 4THST 2NDST 2NDPL 4THST 5THST 6THST 9THST 8THST 7THST 10THST 11THST 12THST 13THST G ST L ST TENNESSEEAVE 14THST 3RDST WATER ST H STREET PAGE 29 BARRACKS ROW PAGE 4 CONTACT Capitol Hill BID Patty Brosmer, President 202.842.3333 pbrosmer@capitolhillbid.org www.capitolhillbid.org CAPITOL RIVERFRONT PAGE 10 Retail/Restaurant Arts/Tourism Education Government Great Street Main Street BID Area CAPITOL HILL
  30. 30. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 9 Capitol Hill Brimming with community spirit, Capitol Hill residents are passionate about everything their neighborhood has to offer: charming architecture, quaint shops, superb eateries and friendly cafes. The urbane blend of highly educated locals, Washington power players and young, energetic professionals creates an electric vitality attracting new residents and businesses every day. EASTERN MARKET One of DC’s oldest public markets, Eastern Market has been a bustling weekend magnet for residents and visitors alike since 1873. NEW DEVELOPMENT The Hine Junior High School will be redeveloped into 160,000 sq. ft. for office/institutional uses, approximately 156 residential and 40,000 sq. ft. of retail & restaurants. $147,000 Average household income 40 million Annual visitors to Union Station HISTORIC DISTRICT 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 DC’s oldest commercial corridor—Barracks Row.
  31. 31. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 0–½mi 0–1mi 0–3mi POPULATION Population 8,608 34,116 244,008 Male 52% 49% 48% Female 48% 51% 52% High School Graduate + 95% 94% 87% Bachelor’s Degree + 77% 74% 47% Graduate/Professional Degree 43% 41% 25% HOUSEHOLDS Households (HH) 4,691 18,367 111,078 Average HH Size 1.7 1.8 2.0 Owner-occupied 32% 42% 36% Renter-occupied 68% 58% 64% Median HH Value $764,943 $603,779 $467,301 INCOME Average HH $108,025 $115,519 $90,465 Median HH $80,648 $83,643 $56,376 HH Income < $50k 37% 33% 46% HH Income $50–75k 10% 12% 12% HH Income $75k+ 54% 55% 42% Median HH Disposable $71,511 $75,599 $61,633 AGE Age < 20 10% 15% 21% Age 20–34 47% 35% 32% Age 35–64 33% 38% 37% Age 65+ 10% 13% 10% Median Age (years) 32.9 35.6 33.7 CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Apparel $11,783 $48,590 $233,706 Computers & Accessories $1,887 $7,751 $36,454 Entertainment & Recreation $21,970 $92,621 $438,157 ·· Pets $3,735 $15,895 $75,409 ·· Television, Radio & Sound $8,905 $36,978 $181,816 Food at Home $36,041 $149,411 $725,940 Food away from Home $23,941 $98,629 $466,175 Home Improvement $10,565 $47,965 $216,212 Household Furnishings $7,187 $29,949 $142,515 Personal Care $3,210 $13,159 $75,409 Vehicle Maint. & Repair $7,236 $30,314 $144,323 Source: ESRI, 2014 Estimates & Projections 2. Stations within a half-mile METRORAIL EXITS (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) 8,387/9,317 Navy Yard 8,367/4,209 Capitol South WALKSCORE 90Walker's Paradise CAPITAL BIKESHARE ARRIVALS2 Avg. Monthly (10/2013–9/2014) 11,176 395 295 295 395 M MM M M M M M M M M M M M M Archives/ Navy Mem'l Chinatown L'Enfant Plaza Capitol South Eastern Market Federal Center SW Waterfront/ SEU Navy Yard Union Station Judiciary Sq Anacostia Anacostia Smithsonian NATIONAL BUILDING MUSEUM VERIZON CENTER UNITED STATES CAPITOL LIBRARY OF CONGRESS RAYBURN HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING CANNON HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING SUPREME COURT MARINE BARRACKS YES! ORGANIC MARKET EASTERN MARKET MATCHBOX ROSE’S LUXURY NAVY YARD YARDS PARK US DOT DDOT NATIONALS PARK DIAMOND TEAGUE PARK ARENA STAGE THE WHARF SAFEWAY COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT CANAL PARK BOILERMAKER SHOPS HARRIS TEETER FAA ARTS & INDUSTRY BUILDING SMITHSONIAN CASTLE HIRSHHORN MUSEUM NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART SHAKESPEARE THEATRE HOTEL MONACO GALLERY PLACE WOODIES BUIDLING HARMAN CENTER FOR THE ARTS WOOLY MAMMOTH THEATER NATIONAL MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART NATIONAL AIR & SPACE MUSEUM UNION STATION FORT LESLIE J MCNAIR TED’S BULLETIN GOOD STUFF EATERY ANACOSTIA PLAYHOUSE SEC DC LOTTERY DC TAXICAB COMMISSION FUTURE ICON SHOWPLACE GORDON BIERSCH FUTURE WHOLE FOODS PROPOSED DC UNITED SOCCER STADIUM L’ENFANT PLAZA RESIDENCE INN BY MARRIOTT ARIN BEN’S CHILI BOWL BARRY FARM AN SONA CREAMERY AND WINE BAR OSTERIA MORINI WashingtonChannel se Frederick Douglass Bridge 11th Street Bridge Lincoln Park Stanton Square Poplar Point Union Station Plaza Potomac Park olf Course SUM NER RD HO W ARD RD SHANNONPL M ARTIN LUTHER KINGJRAVE ST USETTS AVEG ST F ST 1STST 2NDST CONSTITUTION AVE INDEPENDENCE AVE SOUTHCAPITOLST M ST M AIN E AVE NEWJERSEYAVE NORTH CAROLINA AVE SOUTH CAROLINA EAST CAPITOL ST 3RDST E ST LO UISIAN A AVE W ASHIN G TO N AVE W ATER ST C ST C ST D ST G ST I STI ST I ST 6THST E ST G ST 1STST K ST HALFST L ST HALFST 8THST POTOMAC AVE 1STST P ST 4THST DELAWAREAVE 2NDST N ST TINGEY ST O ST 1STST 7THST 9THST PENNSYLVANIA AVE 12THST 4THST E ST D ST C ST 6THST INDIANA AVE MARYLAND AVE 2NDST 3RDST 4THST 2NDST 2NDPL 4THST 5THST 6THST 9THST 8THST 7THST 10THST 11THST 12THST G ST 3RDST WATER ST CAPITOL HILL PAGE 9 BARRACKS ROW PAGE 4 CONTACT Capitol Riverfront BID Michael Stevens, President 202.465.7093 michael@capitolriverfront.org www.capitolriverfront.org Retail/Restaurant Arts/Tourism Education Government Great Street Main Street BID Area CAPITOL RIVERFRONT
  32. 32. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 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. 10 Harris Teeter opened a new 50,000 sq. ft. store in November 2014 and Whole Foods will open a 36,000 sq. ft. store in 2016. HARRIS TEETER & WHOLE FOODS 32,000+Employees in the Capitol Riverfront New apartments are being built for projected neighborhood growth (estimated 6,500+ residents by 2016), with 1,916 units under construction as of Q4 2014 and another 1,259 units expected to break ground in 2015. A GROWING RESIDENTIAL POPULATION Home to the Washington Nationals, and future home to the new DC United stadium, the Capitol Riverfront welcomed three million visitors in 2014. ENTERTAINMENT DESTINATION Three new parks, including Canal Park, Yards Park, and Diamond Teague Park, provide direct access to the Anacostia River. In 2013, Yards Park won the ULI Urban Open Space Award. ACCESS TO PARKS & THE WATERFRONT
  33. 33. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 0–½mi 0–1mi 0–3mi POPULATION Population 10,698 34,703 310,418 Male 48% 47% 48% Female 52% 53% 52% High School Graduate + 80% 80% 88% Bachelor’s Degree + 33% 33% 57% Graduate/Professional Degree 16% 15% 33% HOUSEHOLDS Households (HH) 4,059 13,193 139,061 Average HH Size 2.6 2.6 2.2 Owner-occupied 44% 54% 44% Renter-occupied 56% 46% 56% Median HH Value $571,154 $478,553 $560,245 INCOME Average HH $89,191 $86,964 $110,859 Median HH $47,853 $55,787 $75,417 HH Income < $50k 52% 46% 36% HH Income $50–75k 11% 14% 14% HH Income $75k+ 37% 41% 50% Median HH Disposable $59,840 $59,804 $74,509 AGE Age < 20 24% 23% 19% Age 20–34 22% 21% 30% Age 35–64 41% 42% 38% Age 65+ 13% 15% 13% Median Age (years) 37.7 39.2 35.8 CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Apparel $8,277 $26,268 $350,831 Computers & Accessories $1,264 $4,009 $56,495 Entertainment & Recreation $15,958 $50,486 $676,369 ·· Pets $2,750 $8,681 $116,821 ·· Television, Radio & Sound $6,371 $20,275 $266,605 Food at Home $25,562 $81,601 $1,083,516 Food away from Home $16,144 $51,250 $711,582 Home Improvement $9,105 $28,500 $356,937 Household Furnishings $5,013 $15,853 $216,696 Personal Care $2,104 $6,700 $116,821 Vehicle Maint. & Repair $5,183 $16,430 $222,387 Source: ESRI, 2014 Estimates & Projections 2. MRIS, courtesy of Ilse H. Padron, Realtor, Matrix Realty, LLC WALKSCORE 80 Very Walkable TRAFFIC COUNTS (Avg.Annual Daily Volumes) 8,600-10,500 14th Street 2,000-7,700 Kennedy Street C WALTER REED KINGSBURY CENTER ROCK CREEK TENNIS CENTER WMATA BUS BARN EMERY RECREATION CENTER PETWORTH LIBRARY WALMART YES! ORGANIC MARKET SAFEWAY LONGFELLOW FLATS RITE AID CVS T THREE LITTLE PIGS CULTUR CVS SAFEWAY DOMKU ACE HARDWARE RUFF & READY HIGHLANDS CHEZ BILLY’S LYMAN’S TAVERN SIMPLE BAR & GRILL WAPA CAFE CHEZ AUNTY LIBE FUTURE OOHHS & AAHHS SNEAKERTROPOLIS Ro ck Creek Rock Creek Park FORT STEVENS Sherman Circle Sherman Circle 16THST BEACHDR GEORGIAAVE 13THST 14THST 16THST 14THST MILITARY RD MISSOURI A TILDEN ST PARK RD ARKANSAS AVE KANSASAVE RO SS DR BLAG D EN AVE DECATUR ST ARGYLETER UPSHUR ST ALLISON ST BUCHANAN ST CRITTENDEN ST EMERSON ST 18THST WEBSTER ST SHEPHERD ST TAYLOR ST 17THST SHEPHERD ST RANDOLPH ST QUINCY ST IO W A AVE DELAFIELD PL 8THST 7THST 9THST 7THST 9THST FARRAGUT ST GALLATIN ST HAMILTON ST INGRAHAM ST JEFFERSON ST LONGFELLOW ST PEABODY ST MADISON ST KENNEDY ST SHERIDAN ST QUACKENBOS ST RITTENHOUSE ST NICHOLSON ST ILLINOISAVE BROADBRANCHRD OGLETHORPE ST 27THST 28THST 29THST GRANTRD GLO VER RD PINEYBRANCHRD AVE OREGONAVE ASPEN C ASPEN ST 31ST ST 29TH ST TH ST 31ST PL NORTHAMPTON ST CO LO RA DO AVE 6THST CONTACT Washington, DC Economic Partnership Chad Shuskey, SVP, Research 202.661.8670 cshuskey@wdcep.com www.wdcep.com CENTRAL 14TH STREET/ WMATA BUS BARN PAGE 13 GEORGIA AVENUE/ WALTER REED PAGE 26 Retail/Restaurant Arts/Tourism Education Government Great Street Main Street BID Area CENTRAL 14TH STREET/ COLORADO TRIANGLE
  34. 34. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 11 Central 14th Street/Colorado Triangle Defined as the northern most commercial area along 14th Street, NW, this triangular shaped commercial area is bounded by 14th Street, NW, Colorado Avenue, Kennedy and Longfellow Streets, NW, in the Upper 14th Street neighborhood. Anchored by a well-kept neighborhood park, this quiet commercial area is characterized by classic wide sidewalks, larger lot sizes and relatively quality retail space. $639kAverage single-family home closing price in 20142 10%Increase in single-family home closing prices (2013-2014)2 14th 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. SMALL BUSINESS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT GRANTS A new restaurant is coming to the former Colorado Cleaners space at the corner of 14th Street, Colorado Avenue and Kennedy Street, NW. BRIGHTWOOD BAR & RESTAURANT With relatively low rents, and emerging redevelopment opportunities, this neighborhood is ideal for bourgeoning artists and art-related uses. FUTURE CREATIVE CLUSTER OPPORTUNITIES
  35. 35. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 0–½mi 0–1mi 0–3mi POPULATION Population 24,003 68,544 370,971 Male 52% 50% 48% Female 48% 50% 52% High School Graduate + 78% 81% 88% Bachelor’s Degree + 44% 48% 60% Graduate/Professional Degree 24% 25% 35% HOUSEHOLDS Households (HH) 10,380 28,606 172,918 Average HH Size 2.3 2.3 2.0 Owner-occupied 31% 38% 42% Renter-occupied 69% 62% 58% Median HH Value $565,760 $557,720 $549,669 INCOME Average HH $82,500 $92,871 $113,426 Median HH $55,702 $63,629 $77,431 HH Income < $50k 46% 41% 35% HH Income $50–75k 15% 15% 13% HH Income $75k+ 40% 45% 52% Median HH Disposable $57,325 $63,239 $74,532 AGE Age < 20 18% 18% 17% Age 20–34 36% 35% 35% Age 35–64 38% 37% 35% Age 65+ 9% 10% 13% Median Age (years) 33.7 33.9 34.1 CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Apparel $19,844 $61,119 $451,010 Computers & Accessories $3,273 $10,020 $72,404 Entertainment & Recreation $37,156 $115,758 $856,562 ·· Pets $6,359 $19,855 $146,955 ·· Television, Radio & Sound $14,780 $45,719 $341,488 Food at Home $62,123 $190,173 $1,386,607 Food away from Home $40,875 $125,307 $914,503 Home Improvement $17,006 $56,101 $436,225 Household Furnishings $11,753 $36,722 $276,257 Personal Care $5,568 $16,933 $146,955 Vehicle Maint. & Repair $12,541 $38,702 $282,089 Source: ESRI, 2014 Estimates & Projections 2. MRIS, courtesy of Ilse H. Padron, Realtor, Matrix Realty, LLC 3. Stations within a half-mile METRORAIL EXITS (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) 5,217/5,624 Georgia Avenue/Petworth 12,250/15,998 Columbia Heights WALKSCORE 91 Walker’s Paradise CAPITAL BIKESHARE ARRIVALS3 Avg. Monthly (10/2013–9/2014) 3,896 TRAFFIC COUNTS (Avg.Annual Daily Volumes) 10,500 14th Street 4,300 Spring Road M M M M Columbia Heights Georgia Ave/ Petworth Woodley Park/Zoo/ Adams Morgan Cleveland Park MARRIOT WARDMAN PARK HOTEL HOWAR UNIVER KINGSBURY CENTER TIVOLI THEATER ROCK CREEK TENNIS CENTER WMATA BUS BARN PETWORTH LIBRARY TARGET BEST BUY BED, BATH & BEYOND MARSHALLS REDROCKS THE COUPE GIANT FOOD YES! ORGANIC MARKET CVS SAFEWAY LONGFELLOW FLATS CVS PARK PLACE YES! ORGANIC MARKET MINTWOOD PLACE FUTURE LANDMARK THEATERLINCOLNREEVES MOUNT PLEASANT LIBRARY HARRIS TEETER SAFEWAY YES! ORGANIC MARKET THREE LITTLE PIGS CULTURE COF POT FUE FRO DOMKU ACE HARDWARE RUFF & READY HIGHLANDS CHEZ BILLY’S FISH IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD MOTHERSHIP LOOKING GLASS LOUNGE PARK VIEW PATIO DC REYNOLDS LYMAN’S TAVERN DULCINEA BAR & GRILL MCDONALDS 32 THIRTY-TWO THE AVENUE TRYST SNEAKERTROPOLIS BEAU THAI EACH PEACH MARKET WOODLAND’S VEGAN BISTRO NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL PARK Sherman Circle Sherman Circle ST M OLUMBIARD 16THST BEACHDR GEORGIAAVE GEORGIAAVE 13THST COLUMBIA RD 14THST CALVERT ST LDEN ST PARK RD PARK RD PINEY BRANCH PKWY ARKANSAS AVE KANSASAVE SHERMANAVE KLINGLE RD PORTER ST IRVING ST ROCK C RE EKPKWY FLORIDA AV E KALORAMA RD BELMONT RD V ST MONROE ST NEWTON ST RO SS DR BLAG D EN AVE WOODLEY RD 29THST 28THST 27THST CATHEDRALAVE E DR KALORAM A RD LANIER PL HARVARD ST 17THST 19THST 18THST SPRING RD HOLMEADPL DECATUR ST ARGYLETER UPSHUR ST ALLISON ST BUCHANAN ST CRITTENDEN ST EMERSON ST 18THST WEBSTER ST SHEPHERD ST TAYLOR ST17THST SHEPHERD ST RANDOLPH ST QUINCY ST IO W A AVE DELAFIELD PL 8THST 7THST 9THST 7THST 9T FARRAGUT ST GALLATIN ST HAMILTON ST INGRAHAM ST JEFFERSON ST KENNEDY ST ILLINOISAVE BROADBRANCHRD GRANTRD GLO VER RD CONNECTICUTAVE CO LO RA DO AVE MTPLEASANTST 18THST PARK RD LAMONT ST MORTON ST HARVARD ST FAIRMONT ST CONTACT Washington, DC Economic Partnership Chad Shuskey, SVP, Research 202.661.8670 cshuskey@wdcep.com www.wdcep.com CENTRAL 14TH STREET/ WMATA BUS BARN PAGE 13 HOWARD UNIVERSITY/ PLEASANT PLAINS PAGE 31 Retail/Restaurant Arts/Tourism Education Government Great Street Main Street BID Area CENTRAL 14TH STREET/ SPRING ROAD
  36. 36. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 12 Central 14th Street/Spring Road The commercial area between Spring Road and Shepherd Streets, NW along 14th Street, NW is characterized by an eclectic mix of culturally diverse neighborhood establishments. Within a five- minute walk from the Columbia Heights Metrorail Station, the scale and charm of the existing one- story food and retail businesses still manages to maintain a hometown, neighborhood feel. 24,000Population within a ten-minute walk Several new establishments opened in 2014 including El Sol, La Dulce Noche, Lyman’s Tavern, Taqueria Habanero, and Astrid Billiard Pool Room. Little Coco’s, a family-friendly Italian restaurant, plans to open in 2015. LOCAL RESTAURANTS ARE DISCOVERING 14TH STREET 14th 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. SMALL BUSINESS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT GRANTS $673kAverage single-family home closing price in 20142 91Walkscore – Walker’s paradise
  37. 37. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 0–½mi 0–1mi 0–3mi POPULATION Population 10,863 51,530 347,344 Male 50% 50% 48% Female 50% 50% 52% High School Graduate + 78% 80% 88% Bachelor’s Degree + 36% 41% 60% Graduate/Professional Degree 19% 21% 34% HOUSEHOLDS Households (HH) 3,936 20,297 163,555 Average HH Size 2.7 2.5 2.0 Owner-occupied 58% 47% 44% Renter-occupied 42% 53% 56% Median HH Value $603,645 $507,434 $561,661 INCOME Average HH $110,466 $92,441 $115,363 Median HH $72,437 $61,888 $78,597 HH Income < $50k 36% 42% 34% HH Income $50–75k 15% 15% 14% HH Income $75k+ 49% 44% 52% Median HH Disposable $72,519 $63,078 $75,924 AGE Age < 20 22% 20% 17% Age 20–34 23% 29% 33% Age 35–64 42% 39% 37% Age 65+ 14% 12% 13% Median Age (years) 38.3 35.7 35.4 CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Apparel $9,623 $42,812 $431,915 Computers & Accessories $1,601 $6,938 $69,433 Entertainment & Recreation $19,270 $82,216 $825,448 ·· Pets $3,388 $14,175 $141,969 ·· Television, Radio & Sound $7,372 $32,364 $327,069 Food at Home $30,370 $133,695 $1,329,437 Food away from Home $19,730 $86,851 $876,318 Home Improvement $10,585 $42,287 $427,245 Household Furnishings $6,030 $25,869 $265,460 Personal Care $2,693 $11,660 $141,969 Vehicle Maint. & Repair $6,394 $27,329 $271,543 Source: ESRI, 2014 Estimates & Projections 2. MRIS, courtesy of Ilse H. Padron, Realtor, Matrix Realty, LLC TRAFFIC COUNTS (Avg.Annual Daily Volumes) 10,500 14th Street 8,700 Arkansas Avenue WALKSCORE 84Very Walkable M M M Columbia Heights Georgia Ave/ Petworth Cleveland Park MARRIOT WARDMAN KINGSBURY CENTER TIVOLI THEATER ROCK CREEK TENNIS CENTER WMATA BUS BARN EMERY RECREATION CENTER PETWORTH LIBRARY TARGET BEST BUY BED, BATH & BEYOND MARSHALLS REDROCKS THE COUPE GIANT FOOD WALMART YES! ORGANIC MARKET CVS SAFEWAY LONGFELLOW FLATS RITE AID CVS PARK PLACE MOUNT PLEASANT LIBRARY YES! ORGANIC THREE LITTLE PIGS CULTURE CO DOMKU ACE HARDWARE RUFF & READY HIGHLANDS CHEZ BILLY’S FISH IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD MOTHERSHIP LOOKING GLASS LOUNGE PARK VIEW PATIO DC REYNOLDS LYMAN’S TAVERN SIMPLE BAR & GRILL CHEZ AUNTY LIBE FUTURE OOHHS & AAHHS DULCINEA 32 THIRTY-TWO THE AVENUE SNEAKERTROPOLIS BEAU THAI EACH PEACH MARKET WOODLAND’S VEGAN BISTRO NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL PARK Rock Creek Park Sherman Circle Sherman Circle16THST BEACHDR GEORGIAAVE GEORGIAAVE 13THST COLUMBIA RD 14THST MILITARY RD MISSOURI AVE ILDEN ST PARK RD PARK RD PINEY BRANCH PKWY ARKANSAS AVE KANSASAVE SHERMANAVE KLINGLE RD PORTER ST IRVING ST MONROE ST NEWTON ST RO SS DR BLAG D EN AVE WOODLEY RD 29THST 28THST 27THST HARVARD ST 17THST 19THST 18THST SPRING RD HOLMEADPL DECATUR ST ARGYLETER UPSHUR ST ALLISON ST BUCHANAN ST CRITTENDEN ST EMERSON ST 18THST WEBSTER ST SHEPHERD ST TAYLOR ST 17THST SHEPHERD ST RANDOLPH ST QUINCY ST IO W A AVE DELAFIELD PL 8THST 7THST 9THST 7THST 9THST FARRAGUT ST GALLATIN ST HAMILTON ST INGRAHAM ST JEFFERSON ST LONGFELLOW ST PEABODY ST MADISON ST KENNEDY ST QUACKENBOS ST NICHOLSON ST ILLINOISAVE BROADBRANCHRD OGLETHORPE ST 27THST 28THST 29THST GRANTRD GLO VER RD CONNECTICUTAVE CO LO RA DO AVE MTPLEASANTST PARK RD LAMONT ST MORTON ST HARVARD ST COLUMBIA HEIGHTS PAGE 16 KENNEDY STREET PAGE 32 PETWORTH/ PARK VIEW PAGE 44 CONTACT Washington, DC Economic Partnership Chad Shuskey, SVP, Research 202.661.8670 cshuskey@wdcep.com www.wdcep.com Retail/Restaurant Arts/Tourism Education Government Great Street Main Street BID Area CENTRAL 14TH STREET/ WMATA BUS BARN
  38. 38. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 Central 14th Street/WMATA Northern Bus Barn Characterized by one-story commercial storefronts and the WMATA Bus Barn, this portion of 14th Street, NW between Webster and Decatur Streets, NW, has a charming neighborhood feel. With relatively wide sidewalks, an attractive streetscape and an active business community, the economic potential of this commercial node has yet to peak. 13 $110k+Average household income $687kAverage single-family home closing price in 20142 In 2011 Ruff & Ready relocated from 14th & U Streets and joined local mainstay Highlands Restaurant. In 2014, G Fine Art Gallery opened along the block and the owners of Las Placitas Café (Barracks Row) plan on opening a new restaurant in 2015. DISCOVERING THE 4700 BLOCK 14th 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. SMALL BUSINESS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT GRANTS
  39. 39. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 0–½mi 0–1mi 0–3mi POPULATION Population 8,992 27,646 171,973 Male 43% 45% 46% Female 57% 55% 54% High School Graduate + 98% 98% 96% Bachelor’s Degree + 84% 85% 80% Graduate/Professional Degree 56% 55% 51% HOUSEHOLDS Households (HH) 4,697 12,889 78,229 Average HH Size 1.9 2.1 2.1 Owner-occupied 54% 60% 55% Renter-occupied 46% 40% 45% Median HH Value $814,534 $994,878 $951,763 INCOME Average HH $151,172 $173,255 $164,665 Median HH $110,108 $130,712 $119,350 HH Income < $50k 19% 18% 21% HH Income $50–75k 16% 12% 11% HH Income $75k+ 66% 70% 68% Median HH Disposable $104,166 $112,973 $108,064 AGE Age < 20 14% 20% 21% Age 20–34 22% 19% 23% Age 35–64 37% 39% 38% Age 65+ 27% 22% 18% Median Age (years) 46.9 44.4 40.4 CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Apparel $15,589 $48,769 $284,520 Computers & Accessories $2,578 $8,038 $46,747 Entertainment & Recreation $31,549 $99,665 $572,872 ·· Pets $5,633 $17,541 $99,991 ·· Television, Radio & Sound $11,954 $36,605 $213,961 Food at Home $48,072 $147,571 $861,658 Food away from Home $32,308 $100,075 $580,967 Home Improvement $18,347 $60,888 $338,069 Household Furnishings $10,134 $31,780 $183,581 Personal Care $4,388 $13,350 $99,991 Vehicle Maint. & Repair $10,265 $31,940 $184,566 Source: ESRI, 2014 Estimates & Projections METRORAIL EXITS (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) 9,027/7,507 Friendship Heights WALKSCORE 92Walker's Paradise TRAFFIC COUNTS (Avg. annual daily volumes) 20,500 Wisconsin Avenue M M Tenleytown/AU Friendship Heights WHOLE FOODS MARKET SAFEWAY MAZZA GALLERIE CHEVY CHASE PAVILION CONTAINER STORE NORDSTOM RACK DSW AMERICAN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF LAW Dalecarlia Reservoir Grounds M ARYLAN D WISCONSINAVE NEBRASKA AVE DALECARLIAPKWYW ESTERN AVE VAN NESS ST ALBEMARLE ST RIVER RD 46THST WARREN ST ALTON PL 38THST FESSENDEN ST 39THST 38THST 42NDST 41STST HARRISON ST ELLICOTT ST BRANDYWINE ST YUMA ST WARREN ST CHESAPEAKE ST 44THST 45THST 47THST 43RDST BUTTERWORTH PL FORDHAMRD 48THST 49THST DAVENPORT ST UPTON ST TILDEN ST QUEBEC ST RODMAN ST SEDGWICK ST MILITARY RD RENO RD MORRISON ST LIVINGSTON ST LEGATION ST KANAWHA ST JENIFER ST JOCELYN ST W ESTERN AVE CONTACT Washington, DC Economic Partnership Chad Shuskey, SVP, Research 202.661.8670 cshuskey@wdcep.com www.wdcep.com Retail/Restaurant Arts/Tourism Education Government Great Street Main Street BID Area CHEVY CHASE FRIENDSHIP HEIGHTS
  40. 40. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 Chevy Chase/Friendship Heights Both high-end consumers and bargain hunters alike delight in the Chevy Chase/Friendship Heights shopping experience. Conveniently accessible by transit, this regional transportation hub directly connects visitors to numerous stores and points of interest including Mazza Gallerie and Chevy Chase Pavilion. With average household incomes in the $150,000 range, the neighborhood offers national, regional and local retailers a wealth of opportunity. 14 $32 million Renovation of the mixed-use Chevy Chase Pavilion (completed in 2013) The area is home to Saks 5th Avenue, Neiman Marcus, Lord & Taylor and Williams-Sonoma. HOME TO HIGH-END RETAIL Two-time James Beard Foundation Award Finalist Bryan Voltaggio opened Range, his 300-seat restaurant, in 2012.
  41. 41. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 0–½mi 0–1mi 0–3mi POPULATION Population 9,343 29,805 341,853 Male 43% 45% 48% Female 57% 55% 52% High School Graduate + 99% 97% 91% Bachelor’s Degree + 87% 82% 68% Graduate/Professional Degree 58% 52% 40% HOUSEHOLDS Households (HH) 5,857 16,666 161,041 Average HH Size 1.6 1.8 2.0 Owner-occupied 38% 40% 42% Renter-occupied 62% 60% 58% Median HH Value $808,036 $798,571 $679,667 INCOME Average HH $137,130 $141,853 $127,619 Median HH $99,106 $102,132 $87,512 HH Income < $50k 21% 21% 31% HH Income $50–75k 16% 14% 13% HH Income $75k+ 62% 65% 56% Median HH Disposable $88,347 $90,715 $82,822 AGE Age < 20 9% 11% 17% Age 20–34 39% 38% 36% Age 35–64 38% 37% 35% Age 65+ 14% 14% 13% Median Age (years) 36.0 36.0 33.9 CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Apparel $18,695 $54,467 $471,564 Computers & Accessories $3,027 $8,800 $76,130 Entertainment & Recreation $34,818 $103,029 $898,243 ·· Pets $5,916 $17,543 $153,817 ·· Television, Radio & Sound $13,958 $40,448 $353,742 Food at Home $56,498 $163,912 $1,438,382 Food away from Home $38,242 $111,199 $958,853 Home Improvement $16,717 $52,599 $462,910 Household Furnishings $11,470 $33,645 $289,859 Personal Care $5,108 $14,747 $153,817 Vehicle Maint. & Repair $11,476 $33,640 $294,674 Source: ESRI, 2014 Estimates & Projections 2. Smithsonian visitor statistics (through November) TRAFFIC COUNTS (Avg. annual daily volumes) 29,200 Connecticut Avenue 7,300-10,400 Porter Street METRORAIL EXITS (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) 4,277/5,066 Cleveland Park WALKSCORE 84 Very Walkable M M M M Woodley Park/Zoo/ Adams Morgan Van Ness/UDC Cleveland Park Tenleytown/AU UNIVERSITY OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA WASHINGTON NATIONAL CATHEDRAL MARRIOT WARDMAN PARK HOTEL UPTOWN THEATER US NAVAL OBSERVATORY SAFEWAY GLOVER PARK HARDWARE WHOLE FOODS MARKET WHOLE FOODS MARKET SAFEWAY CONTAINER STORE YES! ORGANIC MARKET MEDIUM RARE SLATE WINE BAR & BISTRO SWEETGREEN AMERICAN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF LAW PARK VAN NESS BREAD FURST GIANT PHO 14 WALGREENS NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL PARK over hbold ark Whitehaven Park Dumbarton Oaks Park M ASSACHUSETTS AVE WISCONSINAVE CALVERT ST TILDEN ST PARK RD KLINGLE RD PORTER ST TUNLAW PL CLEVELAN D AVE ROCK C RE EKPKWY KALORAMA RD WYOMING AVE CALIFORNIA ST 24THST 23RDST BELMONT RD 42NDST W ST 40THPL 40STST 39THPL 39THST 38THST UPTON ST ORDWAY ST MACOMB ST NEWMARK ST GARFIELD ST WOODLEY RD 29THST 28THST 27THST CATHEDRAL AVE CATHEDRALAVE W O ODLAND DR NORMANSTONE DR 41STST DAVIS PL 36THST FULTON ST CALVERT ST 34THPL 36THPL CATHEDRAL AVE WOODLEY RD 35THST 36THST PILGRIM RD IDAHO AVE RODMAN ST BROADBRANCHRD 39THST 38THST 34THST OBS ERVATORY CIRCLE M ASSACHUSETTS AVE WISCONSIN AVE RENO RD NEBRASKA AVE CONNECTICUTAVE XICOAVE T ST ELLICOTT ST ALBEMARLE ST BRANDYWINE ST DAVENPORT ST 36THST WARREN ST ALTON PL 38THST 42NDST WHITEHAVEN ST CONNECTICUTAVE GLOVER PARK PAGE 27 CONTACT Washington, DC Economic Partnership Chad Shuskey, SVP, Research 202.661.8670 cshuskey@wdcep.com www.wdcep.com VAN NESS PAGE 53 Retail/Restaurant Arts/Tourism Education Government Great Street Main Street BID Area CLEVELAND PARK
  42. 42. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 Cleveland Park A mix of high-income families and professional singles calls this urban oasis home. Others from around the region are attracted to Cleveland Park for its historic movie house, a visit to the National Zoo or dinner in one of several unique, dining establishments along Connecticut Avenue. Cleveland Park’s location is ideal for businesses and professionals seeking a touch of tranquility. 15 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. SMALL BUSINESS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT GRANTS 2.5 million Visitors to the National Zoo in 2014 The 131-unit South Cathedral Mansion will undergo an $18 million renovation that will result in the addition of 34 units at 2900 Connecticut Avenue. $18 million
  43. 43. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 0–½mi 0–1mi 0–3mi POPULATION Population 34,013 84,400 362,323 Male 50% 50% 48% Female 50% 50% 52% High School Graduate + 81% 84% 89% Bachelor’s Degree + 53% 57% 60% Graduate/Professional Degree 28% 31% 34% HOUSEHOLDS Households (HH) 15,423 39,153 170,161 Average HH Size 2.1 2.1 2.0 Owner-occupied 29% 35% 41% Renter-occupied 71% 65% 59% Median HH Value $580,430 $584,597 $540,057 INCOME Average HH $84,725 $99,432 $111,887 Median HH $58,527 $68,340 $76,748 HH Income < $50k 44% 38% 35% HH Income $50–75k 15% 15% 14% HH Income $75k+ 42% 47% 51% Median HH Disposable $58,509 $66,718 $73,691 AGE Age < 20 17% 15% 16% Age 20–34 40% 41% 36% Age 35–64 35% 36% 35% Age 65+ 8% 8% 12% Median Age (years) 32.7 33.0 33.8 CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Apparel $30,458 $90,333 $439,116 Computers & Accessories $5,008 $14,650 $70,338 Entertainment & Recreation $56,567 $168,965 $830,416 ·· Pets $9,651 $28,713 $142,204 ·· Television, Radio & Sound $22,705 $66,944 $332,188 Food at Home $94,579 $277,435 $1,348,625 Food away from Home $62,709 $184,709 $889,622 Home Improvement $25,480 $81,234 $419,188 Household Furnishings $18,140 $54,080 $268,098 Personal Care $8,520 $24,736 $142,204 Vehicle Maint. & Repair $19,053 $56,056 $273,540 Source: ESRI, 2014 Estimates & Projections 2. Stations within a half-mile METRORAIL EXITS (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) 12,250/15,998 Columbia Heights WALKSCORE 96 Walker’s Paradise CAPITAL BIKESHARE ARRIVALS2 Avg. Monthly (10/2013–9/2014) 7,810 M M M M M M M M Dupont Shaw/Howard University U St/African American Civil War Mem'l/Cardozo Columbia Heights Georgia Ave/ Petworth Woodley Park/Zoo/ Adams Morgan Cleveland Park Shaw Un MARRIOT WARDMAN PARK HOTEL HOWA UNIVE H U H H T TIVOLI THEATER WMATA BUS BARN PETWORTH LIBRARY TARGET BEST BUY BED, BATH & BEYOND MARSHALLS REDROCKS THE COUPE GIANT FOOD YES! ORGANIC MARKET CVS SAFEWAY PARK PLACE KOMI SAFEWAY YES! ORGANIC MARKET MINTWOOD PLACE FUTURE LANDMARK THEATER P ROOM & BOARD LAURIOL PLAZA SOURCE THEATER STUDIO THEATER WASHINGTON HILTON LINCOLN THEATER REEVES CENTER MOUNT PLEASANT LIBRARY PHILLIPS COLLECTION DUPONT HOTEL HARRIS TEETER SAFEWAY YES! ORGANIC MARKET TRADER JOE’S PO FU FR DOMKU ACE HARDWARE RUFF & READY HIGHLANDS CHEZ BILLY’S FISH IN THE NEIGHBORHOO MOTHERSHIP LOOKING GLASS LOUNGE PARK VIEW PATIO DC REYNOLDS LYMAN’S TAVERN GLEN’S GARDEN MARKET DULCINEA BAR & GRILL MCDONALDS 32 THIRTY-TWO THE AVENUE TRYST BEAU THAI CO CO BEAU THAI EACH PEACH MARKET WOODLAND’S VEGAN BISTRO NELLIE’S H NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL PARK LoganLogan Sherman Circle Sherman Circle Sheridan Circle Sheridan Circle RHODE ISLAND AVE 16THST M ASSACHUSETTS AVE 14THST NEW HAM PSHIRE AVE COLUMBIARD 8THST GEORGIAAVE 13THST COLUMBIA RD CALVERT ST TILDEN ST PARK RD PARK RD PINEY BRANCH PKWY ARKANSAS AVE KANSASAVE SHERMANAVE KLINGLE RD PORTER ST IRVING ST ROCK C RE EKPKWY FLORIDA AV E VERMONTAVE 18THST 19THST KALORAMA RD WYOMING AVE CALIFORNIA ST 24THST 23RDST BELMONT RD R ST P ST Q ST S ST T ST V ST MONROE ST NEWTON ST BLAG D EN AVE WOODLEY RD 29THST 28THST 27THST CATHEDRALAVE NE DR KALORAM A RD LANIER PL HARVARD ST 17THST 19THST 18THST SPRING RD HOLMEADPL DECATUR ST ARGYLETER UPSHUR ST ALLISON ST BUCHANAN ST CRITTENDEN ST 18THST WEBSTER ST SHEPHERD ST TAYLOR ST 17THST SHEPHERD ST RANDOLPH ST QUINCY ST IO W A AVE 8THST 7THST 9THST BROADBR U ST FLORIDA AVE CONNECTICUTAVE MTPLEASANTST 18THST PARK RD LAMONT ST MORTON ST HARVARD ST FAIRMONT ST MOUNT PLEASANT PAGE 35 ADAMS MORGAN PAGE 2 14TH & U/ LOGAN CIRCLE PAGE 1 CONTACT Washington, DC Economic Partnership Chad Shuskey, SVP, Research 202.661.8670 cshuskey@wdcep.com www.wdcep.com CENTRAL 14TH ST/ SPRING ROAD PAGE 12 Retail/Restaurant Arts/Tourism Education Government Great Street Main Street BID Area COLUMBIA HEIGHTS
  44. 44. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 Columbia Heights Alive with activity, Columbia Heights is one of DC’s most diverse and urban neighborhoods. The catalysts fueling this vibrant transformation includes the development of several major retailers, a revived arts scene and exciting new residential projects. 16 Top 10 ULI selected Columbia Heights as a top development project in 2010. 34,000+Residents within a ten-minute walk of Columbia Heights–DC’s densest neighborhood. 642kSq. ft. of retail/restaurant space within two blocks of 14th & Irving Streets. Several independent restaurants, cafes and taverns such as Maple, The Coupe, RedRocks, Room 11 and Meridian Pint have opened in recent years. INDEPENDENT ENTREPRENEURS ON 11TH STREET
  45. 45. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 0–½mi 0–1mi 0–3mi POPULATION Population 7,786 24,764 173,374 Male 48% 44% 47% Female 52% 56% 53% High School Graduate + 80% 78% 86% Bachelor’s Degree + 14% 13% 30% Graduate/Professional Degree 6% 6% 15% HOUSEHOLDS Households (HH) 3,037 9,156 73,983 Average HH Size 2.4 2.6 2.2 Owner-occupied 34% 26% 34% Renter-occupied 66% 74% 66% Median HH Value $282,827 $283,224 $296,852 INCOME Average HH $57,202 $49,410 $71,328 Median HH $37,403 $30,944 $46,945 HH Income < $50k 63% 69% 52% HH Income $50–75k 15% 12% 15% HH Income $75k+ 22% 19% 33% Median HH Disposable $42,273 $37,548 $52,522 AGE Age < 20 27% 32% 25% Age 20–34 22% 23% 26% Age 35–64 40% 35% 38% Age 65+ 11% 10% 11% Median Age (years) 35.8 30.9 34.3 CONSUMER EXPENDITURES ($ thousands) Apparel $4,041 $10,531 $120,854 Computers & Accessories $582 $1,545 $18,641 Entertainment & Recreation $7,633 $19,900 $231,918 ·· Pets $1,337 $3,516 $40,922 ·· Television, Radio & Sound $3,332 $8,861 $98,144 Food at Home $12,796 $34,034 $384,683 Food away from Home $7,697 $20,218 $240,025 Home Improvement $4,094 $9,825 $119,126 Household Furnishings $2,465 $6,515 $75,852 Personal Care $1,018 $2,773 $40,922 Vehicle Maint. & Repair $2,472 $6,541 $76,603 Source: ESRI, 2014 Estimates & Projections METRORAIL EXITS (Avg. weekday / Avg. weekend) 2,346/1,999 Congress Heights TRAFFIC COUNTS (Avg.Annual Daily Volumes) 10,900 Martin Luther King Jr.Avenue 19,600 Alabama Avenue 12,000 Malcom X Avenue 295 M M M Anacostia Congress Heights Con He SAINT ELIZABETHS WEST CAMPUS SAINT ELIZABETHS EAST CAMPUS U.S. NAVAL STATION JOINT BASE ANACOSTIA-BOLLING JOINT BASE ANACOSTIA-BOLLING GREATER SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY HOSPITAL SAINT ELIZABET HOSPITAL HADLEY MEMORIAL U.S. COAST GUARD HQ GATEWAY PAVILION UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS CENTER CONGRESS HEIGHTS SCHOOL DC TAXICAB COMMISSION PNC BANK AUTO ZONE SOUTH CAPITOL SHOPPING CENTER MARTIN’S FOOD TOWN R.I.S.E. DEMONSTRATION CENTER POPEYES CONGRESS HEIGHTS METRO REDEVELOPMENT WILLIAM O. LOCKRIDGE/ BELLEVUE NEIGHBORHOOD LIBRARY CONWAY HEALTH & RESOURCE CENTER BARRY FARM RECREATION CENTER TRINITY PLAZA H el M ARYLAN D SUM NER RD HO W ARD RD MARTINLUTHERKINGJRAVE M ARTIN LUTHER SOUTHCAPITOLST MARTIN LUTHERKING JRAVE SO UTH ERN AVE ALABAMA AVE W HEELER RD MISSISSIPPI AVE 4THST S UITLAND PKWY MALCOM X AVE CAPITOLST BARN ABY ST CHESAPEAKE ST ATLANTIC ST ATLANTIC ST LIVINGSTONRD VALLEY AVE 3RDST 9TH ST CO N DO N TER 1STST1STST M ISSISSIPPI AVE MARTINLU FORRESTER ST DANBURY ST CHESAPEAKE ST 2ND ST 4THST HO W ARD RD ELVANS RD POMEROY RD W ADE RD STEVENS RD SAVANNAH ST 10THPL CONGRESS ST ALLEY SQ 7THST 2NDST NEW CO M B ST 5TH ST 4TH ST BROTHERSPL SAVANNAH S T 6THST HORNERPL 6THST STANTON RD ANACOSTIAFREEWAY M O RRIS RD BARRY FARM PAGE 5 BELLEVUE/ SOUTH CAPITOL PAGE 6CONTACT Congress Heights Main Streets Kesia Minor, Executive Director 202.562.1405 kminor@congressheights.org www.congressheights.org Retail/Restaurant Arts/Tourism Education Government Great Street Main Street BID Area CONGRESS HEIGHTS/ SAINT ELIZABETHS
  46. 46. Washington DC Economic Partnership · DC Neighborhood Profiles 2015 17 Congress Heights/Saint Elizabeths Home to the 350-acre Saint Elizabeths East and West Campuses, the new 3,700-employee U.S. Coast Guard headquarters and in 2017 the new home for the Department of Homeland Security, Congress Heights will be an epicenter for future business opportunities. The District of Columbia is working with Microsoft, Citelum US and VIMTrek as “programmatic anchor” tenants or partners for the St. Elizabeths East Innovation Hub. In addition, Gateway DC and the R.I.S.E. Demonstration Center offer flexible and innovative spaces for meeting & demonstration space and provide a destination for farmers markets and other community, cultural and arts events. A CENTER FOR INNOVATION Redbrick Development Group & Gragg Cardona Partners have been chosen as master developers for phase I. The proposed plan calls for 716,000 sq. ft. of commercial space, 425,866 sq. ft. of “innovation” uses, 122,000 sq. ft. of retail space, 1.1 million sq. ft. of residential uses and a 150-180-room hotel. REDEVELOPMENT AT SAINT ELIZABETHS EAST 5 million sf City Partners and Sanford Capital plan to build 236,000 sq. ft. of office space, 15,200 sq. ft. of retail/restaurant space and 206 residential units. PRIVATE SECTOR INVESTMENT AT CONGRESS HEIGHTS METRORAIL STATION

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