DC Development Report: 2008/2009 Edition Released at AMDS

The DC Development Report: 2008/2009 Edition was released at AMDS: Annual Meeting & Development Showcase on October 2. The report is a summary of the major development and construction projects in the District of Columbia. Published annually, this update of the DC Development Report is an overview of development activity and of the expansion occurring in all market segments and in every ward across the city.

This year’s DC Development Report content includes:

-Updated Hot Spots: Capitol Riverfront, Georgia Avenue, NoMa and Southwest Waterfront
-Development Incentives: PILOTs, TIFs & Revenue Bonds
-Rental vs. Homeownership deliveries since 2001
-Private vs. Public office space deliverers since 2001
-2009 & 2010 development projections
-Green Development

The DC Development Report summarizes the Washington, DC Economic Partnership’s database of projects, describes the trends since 2001 and what lies ahead for development in five major market segments (Education, Hospitality, Office, Residential & Retail). Each section highlights major projects and summarizes the number of projects completed, under construction and in the pipeline.

The DC Development Report is a tool used by public officials, developers, local businesses, real estate agents, investors and brokers in DC and around the nation looking to inform their clients, constituents and other interested parties about the development occurring in the District of Columbia.

Additional copies can be picked up at the Washington, DC Economic Partnership’s lobby (1495 F Street, NW) or downloaded from our website. If you are interested showcasing your project on the cover in the 2009/2010 Edition please contact Chad Shuskey at cshuskey@wdcep.com or 202.661.8674.

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