Last month, the Washington DC Economic Partnership (WDCEP) produced its annual economic development report for DC. This report includes profiles for specific neighborhoods and neighborhood clusters.
One of the neighborhoods covered is North Capitol, which includes Bates/Truxton, Eckington and Bloomingdale.
Another WDCEP neighborhood that is profiled is Northwest One.
And, of course, there is a WDCEP neighborhood profile for NoMa.
Click on the links to see the images of the North Capitol neighborhood cluster, of Northwest One and of NoMa — and to view the full reports.
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Four commercial corridors – Rhode Island Avenue, New York Avenue, Florida Avenue and North Capitol Street – serve as gateways into DC and the neighborhoods adjacent to North Capitol offer retail and commercial opportunities for businesses looking for space to set up shop.
High-quality housing options, new public amenities and easy access to Capitol Hill, NoMa, and Mount Vernon Triangle are accelerating Northwest One’s revitalization.
Blocks from Union Station and a stone’s throw from the bustling 1st Street, NE and H Street, NE corridors, Northwest One is DC’s first New Communities Initiative investment.
NoMa is a vibrant, mixed-use neighborhood nestled between Union Station, the U.S. Capitol, Shaw, H Street, Union Market and Bloomingdale.
With 100,000+ daily pedestrians, 54,000 office workers and 44,000 residents in the trade area, NoMa is one of the fastest-growing neighborhoods in the District. NoMa has more than 18 million square feet of office, hotel, retail, and residential space. The neighborhood has tripled in density over the last decade and today is home to almost 6,500 new and under construction apartments.