The neighborhood has become even more of a “Silver City”: one that offers a lifestyle and amenities attractive to people as they grow older.
As we begin to imagine the post-pandemic world, creative entrepreneurial minds in Georgetown are exploring strategies for revitalizing commercial market spaces.
The pilot project will come under review of the Old Georgetown Board, as well as the District Department of Transportation’s public space committee, on Feb. 4.
The Georgetown Business Improvement District has designed two sidewalk extension platform prototypes on M Street — at Bodega in the 3000 block and at Clyde’s in the 3200 block.
New Ward 2 Council member Brooke Pinto will speak at tonight’s meeting. Also on the agenda: a resolution concerning the closure of Georgetown streets for “streateries.”
The mayor, Georgetown University President John DeGioia and Emerson Collective CFO Dan Tangherlini participated in the Georgetown Business Improvement District’s virtual annual meeting on June 10.
“There was no apparent looting or destruction in Georgetown on Monday [early morning],” said Georgetown Business Improvement District CEO Joe Sternlieb, who toured the neighborhood’s commercial blocks at 6:30 a.m. […]
The Georgetown Business Improvement District is also offering technical assistance to small business owners trying to apply to the second round of the Payroll Protection Program.
Now that street traffic has been greatly reduced by the stay-at-home order, officers are not the only ones more visible. So are potential lawbreakers.
Running through Jan. 5, the light-art exhibition begins on Friday with the Grace Street Collective Holiday Party, offering s’mores, music and a pig roast from 4 to 8:30 p.m.