State of Downtown
The State of Downtown report offers a comprehensive analysis of the Downtown economy in order to better inform decisions for many key Downtown stakeholders: DowntownDC Business Improvement District (BID) members (the General Services Administration, private property owners and tenants), investors, developers, retailers, brokers, theaters, museums, non-GSA federal government officials, elected D.C. government officials and staff, and many more. The State of Downtown report utilizes historical and current data to identify local, regional and national trends and compare D.C. and Downtown to our local and national competitors.
The State of Downtown Report is created and produced by the DowntownDC BID.
State of Downtown Reports
|State of Downtown 2015||
2015 was an improvement over 2014 for the BID as many sectors of the Downtown economy set one or more records and performed relatively well.
|State of Downtown 2014||
The year 2014 was one of record-setting for the Downtown and District economies.
|State of Downtown 2013||
The DowntownDC BID area is one of the nation’s most dynamic, mixed-use, downtown economies.
|State of Downtown 2012||
The fundamentals of the Downtown economy are strong, despite experiencing modest declines in several sectors.
|State of Downtown 2011||
2011 was a strong year for the DowntownDC BID area and DC economies.
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