54 D.C. neighborhoods, at a glance

From 14th Street to Anacostia, get the ins and outs of over 50 neighborhoods in the District

Since 2010, Washington, D.C. increased 13 percent in population by 76,000 people. It now reaches its highest level since the 1970s, up to more than 681,000 people. In order to meet the growing demand, which is expected to reach more than 842,200 people by 2030, developers and investors have been creating new retail centers. This information comes from the new annual report completed by the Washington, D.C. Economic Partnership (WDCEP).

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