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Eastern Market DC
http://www.easternmarket-dc.org
DC's Oldest Continually Operated Fresh Food Public Market.

CHAMPS
http://www.champsdc.org
The Capitol Hill Association of Merchants and Professionals (CHAMPS) promotes, educates and advocates for Capitol Hill businesses and connects Hill businesses with the greater community.

Capitol Hill Destination Website
http://www.capitolhillbid.com
Check out the Capitol Hill BID website. Area businesses are featured in an easy-to-navigate directory with an interactive area map showing visitors where each business is located and providing an overview of the area attractions.

Barracks Row Main Street
http://www.barracksrow.org
Barracks Row, which begins just two blocks from The Flea Market on 8th St SE, is a great place to shop, dine, and explore the arts. There are 150+ businesses on Barracks Row, including 20 retailers, 40+ services, and 26 restaurants and taverns, including 15 outdoor cafes! Enjoy historic, award-winning Barracks Row!

Eastern Market Row
http://easternmarketrow.com
The coolest, hippest string of independent, owner-operated shops and services in the District—the Shops at Eastern Market Row.

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Diverse Markets Management
http://www.diversemarkets.net
DMM is our extended market management group.

Downtown Holiday Market
http://www.downtownholidaymarket.com
The Downtown Holiday Market takes place every December, and is an outdoor shopping experience like no other.

Downtown BID
http://www.downtowndc.org
The Downtown Business Improvement District (BID) works to revitalize the city's urban core and promote Downtown DC as a world-class commercial, cultural and residential destination. The District covers a 140-block neighborhood near the U.S. Capitol to the White House and encompasses the Penn Quarter, Gallery Place, Chinatown, McPherson Square, Federal Triangle, Midtown and Franklin Square neighborhoods.

Project for Public Spaces
http://www.pps.org
PPS, a non profit organization based in New York City, is the leading expert in markets and public space planning.

Cultural Tourism
http://www.culturaltourismdc.org
A nonprofit coalition linking you to Washington’s heritage and arts.