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Central Business District Economic Resilience

Urban Land Institute (ULI) Central Business District Report

The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, the Office of Planning, and the Washington, D.C. Economic Partnership asked the Advisory Services panel to evaluate the District’s Central Business District (CBD) in order to provide actionable strategies for recovery and resilience for the District’s primary commercial district and employment hubs. CBD encompasses Washington, D.C.’s downtown and the Golden Triangle district. Read the report:

Urban Land Institute (ULI) Central Business District Report  

Briefing Book: Actionable Recovery and Resilience Strategies for Washington, DC's Central Business District

In November 2020, District of Columbia government partnered with the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Foundation to host a virtual Advisory Services Panel (vASP) with professional experts to explore strategies that would enhance an equitable economic recovery from the COVID-19 public health emergency in the Central Business District (CBD). This briefing book was originally created as a background document to distill the key challenges in the CBD – both longstanding challenges and emerging challenges stemming from the public health emergency – for the ULI panel and highlight trends, existing District and partner efforts, and current challenges and potential opportunities within key focus areas. Now, this briefing book provides important context for the recommendations from the ULI panel. Read the Briefing Book:

Briefing Book: Actionable Recovery and Resilience Strategies for Washington, DC's Central Business District