In Washington, aggregate service line growth is projected to be 20.8% over five years and 40.8% over ten years.
The McMillan Center for Health & Research is located in the nation’s capital, and the surrounding region consistently is listed as one of the top economies in the United States. The metro area is ranked 6th in population with nearly 6.3 million, growing 11.2% since 2010. Nearly a third of residents have an advanced degree, and 16 Fortune 500 companies have their headquarters in the area. And of course, the largest employer (~2m full-time employees) with the largest budget (~$4.8 trillion) is based in the District of Columbia: the federal government.
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Below are the major neighborhoods surrounding the McMillan development. Each description includes the most recent household income statistics and the projected population growth by 2025.
Bloomingdale is a residential neighborhood on the east border of the McMillan development and less than two miles (3 km) north of the United States Capitol building.
Brookland is a mixed-use neighborhood located approximately a mile east of McMillan and home to the Catholic University of America.
Columbia Heights is a dense, mixed-use neighborhood to the west of the McMillan site. In 2016, The Wall Street Journal recognized the thriving restaurant scene and booming economy.
Eckington is primarily a residential neighborhood south and east of the McMillan development. It sits exacts one mile north of the Capitol Building.
LeDroit Park is a historic residential neighborhood to the southwest of the McMillan development, known for its preserved 19th century architecture.
Pleasant Plains is a neighborhood immediately to the west of the McMillan development, largely occupied by Howard University and sometimes referred to as Howard Town.
Park View is a residential neighborhood to the northwest of the McMillan development and south of the Old Soldiers’ Home, site of President Lincoln’s cottage.
Shaw is a mixed-used neighborhood south of the McMillan development with a mixture of 19th century Victorian row houses and modern mid-rise apartment buildings.
Explore the neighborhood and communities surrounding the McMillan development with the map below.