COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE
Georgetown’s unique commercial real estate combines small spaces in historic industrial buildings, modern office buildings overlooking the Potomac River, and redevelopment opportunities bringing activity to underused spaces. The diversity of real estate in an amenity-rich neighborhood makes Georgetown a world-class location for businesses, employees, shoppers, and visitors.
Visit the pages below for resources on doing business in Georgetown.
STATE OF GEORGETOWN
Each year the BID produces reports on the performance of the Georgetown economy. Learn more about the retail, office, and hotel sectors, as well as demographic and transportation data.
Learn more about what makes Georgetown an ideal office submarket and find information about building owners leasing office space and some of the notable tenants that call Georgetown home.
RETAIL AND RESTAURANT MARKET
Georgetown is home to more than 450 retailers serving every type of shopper. Learn more about the reasons Georgetown is the premier shopping destination in the region.
REAL ESTATE ACTIVITY
With over 5.5 million square feet of commercial space, the Georgetown real estate market is active. See which spaces are under renovation and vacant, which retailers are opening, and which buildings have traded hands.
Though largely built-out, sevearl new projects are bringing new residential and retail space to the neighborhood. See which projects are in the pipeline in the next few years.
REJUVENATING WISCONSIN AVENUE
Wisconsin Avenue is undergoing active changes with building renovations from N Street to O Street. Learn more about the active and planned changes in these blocks.
REAL ESTATE RESOURCES
Georgetown's regulatory environment can be challenging to navigate. Find resources to understand sign, building, and public space regulations in Georgetown and the different community and regulatory organizations.
For more information about Georgetown’s commercial real estate or to update any of the information on these pages, please send an email to the BID's Economic Development Director Jamie Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org.