DC Space Finding News


TasteLab’s Contribution to Food Innovation in DC

With its mix of world renowned chefs, food incubators, and adventurous eaters, the District is

A Look At Today’s Workforce and Tomorrow’s Workspaces in Washington, DC

The return to the urban core in every major city across the country reflects a desire to be more connected and sustainable than ever before.

Build It In DC: Washington, DC’s 3rd Annual Building Conference

Build It In DC connects the contracting and building improvement industry to the business resources necessary to thrive in the D.C. metro area. Join us on July 19!

Map of Developments in Capitol Riverfront/Buzzard Point

Take a closer look at recently completed and upcoming development projects in the Buzzard Point portion of the Capitol Riverfront neighborhood.

On the road: a futuristic look at self-driving vehicles and CRE

In a recent study conducted by CBRE, Revathi Greenwood takes a look at the potential impact of self-driving vehicles on commercial real estate. Read on!

Neighborhood Spotlight: Development in NoMa & Union Market

As Washington, DC development continues its eastward momentum, areas such as NoMa and Union Market are evolving into new mixed-use neighborhoods. Explore it now!

WDCEP Explores Digital DC Tech Opportunity Corridor

Last month, the WDCEP and District Government officials hosted a DC Space Finding Tour of Georgia Avenue and neighborhoods of Ward 4. The tour prominently featured Digital DC’s recently announced tech startup incentives for the Digital DC Tech Opportunity Corridor.

DC Space Finding Tour – Rhode Island & New York Avenues

The WDCEP kicked off its first DC Space Finding Tour of 2014 with a tour of Rhode Island and New York Avenues. DC Space Finding Tours target entrepreneurs, retailers, restaurateurs and brokers who intend to open or expand their business in DC’s neighborhoods. The bus tour featured updates and information on emerging neighborhoods and commercial corridors throughout DC.

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