Georgetown Business Improvement District

By Grace BirdCurrent Staff WriterAs Georgetown grapples with ongoing parking pressures, the area’s residential and business communities are squaring off over the idea of reserving more spaces...
By Brady HoltCurrent Staff WriterA planned Georgetown commercial building that won zoning and design approval two years ago continues to remain in limbo as no tenants have yet signed a lease for the...
By Mark LiebermanCurrent Staff WriterTentative plans to remove more than 40 metered parking spaces below the Whitehurst Freeway to accommodate a dedicated bike lane and other traffic enhancements...
By Mark LiebermanCurrent Staff WriterThe next phase of a project to revitalize the C&O Canal National Historical Park in Georgetown has reached a key milestone with the selection of a nationally...
By Mark LiebermanCurrent Staff WriterThe roadway and sidewalks adjacent to the Georgetown Waterfront Park are slated for various safety, accessibility and aesthetic upgrades over the next few years,...
By Mark LiebermanCurrent Staff WriterThe District’s first stretch of streetcar finally began running a few months ago along H Street NE, following years of delays spread over several mayoral...
By Brady HoltCurrent Staff WriterWhen thousands of pedestrians crowd onto the narrow sidewalks of Georgetown’s Wisconsin Avenue and M Street, it’s almost inevitable that people’s...
(Photo by: Hillary Leeb) The crowd at Taste of Georgetown. On Saturday’s gorgeous afternoon, the Georgetown Business Improvement District held the 18th annual Taste of Georgetown on Wisconsin...
If you were anywhere within a 10 block radius of Georgetown Saturday, the wafting aromas and grilling smoke signals would have drawn you to Wisconsin and M Streets for the 17th Annual Taste of...