Maps WDCEP > Resources > Maps Mapping out economic sectors in Washington, DC From number of bike share stations to the growth of co-working spaces in Washington, DC, WDCEP creates a monthly map on a specific economic sector of Washington, DC. Want to see a specific map in the future? Let us know! DC’s 150+ Tech Companies Washington D.C. is rising in the ranks as a technology hub. Cushman and Wakefield’s TechCities 1.0 report 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. 150 Local ‘Made in DC’ Companies Looking to support locally made products and services? Look no further. 47 Most-Featured Restaurants in DC For years, the Washington, DC food scene has been steadily becoming more and more diversified 70+ Coworking Spaces in DC With benefits such as networking opportunities, flexible hours, and professional work environment, DC’s growing startup DC Leads the Nation in Green Buildings DC = Green As summer temperatures stay hot for Washingtonians, building operators in DC are 50+ Historic Buildings That Are Zoned for Commercial Use Washington, DC is ripe with history Recently, WDCEP has seen an uptick in retailers and 15 New Hotels Coming to Washington, DC Every summer, tourists from all over the country and the world flock to the District 20 New Retail Projects in Washington, DC Washington, DC has remained on a growth trajectory in 2016 – it continues to attract From Home to Office: Inside DC’s Journey to Work With the proliferation of ride sharing apps, bike lanes, and telecommuting, the residents of Washington, DC commute to work in a variety of methods. See how they get to work in April’s Map of the Month. 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! Map of the Month: DC’s 15 Major Developments in 2016 Ranging from office to retail, WDCEP features its top development projects for 2016. Explore it now! Explore Washington, DC in 2030 Where will people work, dine, shop, socialize, and live in 2030 DC? For the vast majority, the answer will be near a Metrorail station. Meet the 61 Exhibitors of the 2015 ECON Showcase Explore where the 60+ DC organizations and businesses that showcased at WDCEP’s 2015 Annual Meeting are in DC. Changing Lanes: DC’s 44 Road & Trail Construction Projects As seasonal changes make way for new growth – DC’s transportation system makes room for renewal and updates with 43 transit projects underway in Washington, DC. DC Goes Back to 16 New and Modernized Schools With an estimated 50,000 D.C. students starting or returning this school year, WDCEP mapped 35 Department of General Services school construction projects, 16 of which will be completed this year alone. The Shift from the Corporate Climb to the Coworking Community In the District, more than 50 coworking spaces offer everything from individual office spaces within a shared address, a desk within a shared open space, or hourly workstations. Summer Sports and Recreation Map This month, WDCEP highlights sports and recreation spaces in the District. From the Nationals Ballpark to the Southeast Tennis and Learning Center, there are plenty of sporting events and activities for summer recreation. Future Retail Hubs of Washington This month’s Map of the Month features 9 projects, or “retail hubs”, that each deliver more than 50,000-sq.-ft. of retail space. DC’s Biking Community Springing Forward Washington, DC’s biking community has grown in leaps and bounds over the last several years. DC Development Report’s Top 3 Projects by Sector Showcasing the diversity in DC’s development activity. Map of the Month: Condominium Development (2012-2015) In this month’s Map of the Month, we are showcasing the recent and future growth of condominium development in Washington, DC. Map of the Month: 10-Year DC Grocery Store Growth The Washington, DC Economic Partnership has made a focused effort over the last 15 years to actively attract grocery stores. Map of the Month: Recent Hotel Growth in DC Washington, DC is riding a quiet, yet substantial wave of new hotel development, driven by growth in smaller hotels of around 150-250 hotel rooms. Map of the Month: 7-Eleven Expansion in the District In honor of summer, we’ve chosen to feature the District expansion of 7-Eleven, home of the Slupree.