SWBID Reports

Annual REport: 2018

Annual REport: 2018

By the NumberS: 2017

By the NumberS: 2017

BY The Numbers: 2016

BY The Numbers: 2016


Southwest Area Plans


Banneker Park
The National Park Service, in cooperation with the National Capital Planning Commission, is proposing an improved pedestrian connection between the National Mall and Memorial Parks and the Southwest waterfront along Maine Avenue, SW. 

Wharf Site Plan
This plan shows details of the 24-acre, mile-long development along the Southwest Waterfront. This development delivered in Fall 2017.


Buzzard Point Vision Framework and Implementation Plan
This plan is intended to inform and guide public and private development decisions for the next 10 to 15 years to fulfill the long-planned growth of Buzzard Point. 

District of Columbia Capital Bikeshare Development Plan
This development plan highlights ways for the District to expand its citywide bikeshare program.

DDOT's M Street SE/SW Transportation Study
This study examined the integration of transit, cycling and biking with motor vehicle traffic along M Street, between 12th Street SE and 14th Street SW.

Southwest Small Area Plan
The Southwest Small Area Plan is a community-based strategy that guides the Southwest neighborhood's future.


The District Wharf - Overview Brochure
Plans for the District Wharf have been developing since 2006 when PN Hoffman was selected as lead developer for the waterfront site.  Phase I was completed October 12, 2017.


Maryland Ave SW Small Area Plan
The Maryland Avenue SW Plan examines the feasibility of reconstructing a major missing link in the L’Enfant street grid, Maryland Avenue SW and creating a more diverse land use mix in the heart of Southwest.


Southwest Ecodistrict
The SW Ecodistrict Initiative, and the resulting SW Ecodistrict Plan and related efforts, is a comprehensive approach to transform an Southwest DC into a highly sustainable workplace and livable neighborhood.


Anacostia Waterfront Framework Plan
This framework plan, first introduced in 2003, outlines a vision for the future of the Anacostia waterfront.