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DC Coworking & Flexible Workspaces

Coworking & Flexible Workspaces in Washington DC With numerous benefits such as networking opportunities, convenient locations, flexible hours, a professional work environment, and unique amenities, shared workspaces provide a tremendous benefit to DC’s emerging and maturing businesses. Between 2015 and 2020, the number of coworking spaces in the District more than doubled.1 Coworking also contributed […]

Written by on July 27, 2021

20 Years of Growth

An analysis of past, current, and future real estate development in our nation’s capital. Over the past 20 years, the District has experienced 216.5 million SF of new development, resulting in 65.5 million SF of new and modernized office buildings, 91,500 housing units, 21,200 hotel rooms, and nearly 10 million SF of retail space. To […]

Written by on April 19, 2021

The Redevelopment of Buzzard Point

The latest real estate frontier is Buzzard Point, the 325-acre southern tip and home to the D.C. United Major League Soccer team at Audi Field. To learn more please visit our interactive map. This map was published in March 2021. View the Map

Written by on March 15, 2021

Grocery Expansion in Washington, DC

In 2000, DC’s population stood at 572,000 (a 10% decline from 1980) and was home to approximately 35 grocery stores. The grocers with the most stores included Safeway (16), Murry’s (5), Giant (4), Whole Foods (3), and Yes! Organic Market (3). Since 2000, the District’s population has increased by nearly 25% to 713,000 as of […]

Written by on January 25, 2021

DC’s Top Employers

The DC’s Top Employers story map highlights DC businesses with the largest local workforce or who are making significant contributions to their respective industries.   This map was published in June 2020. View the Map

Written by on June 17, 2020

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 names the Washington D.C. Metro area as the third best city for tech, just behind Silicon Valley and San Francisco. This map takes a look at the 150+ tech companies in DC. DC is home to over 150 technology companies […]

Written by on August 31, 2017