An EcoDistricts Target City Detroit is the 18th largest city in the US, but it used to be the fifth. Its population is roughly 40 percent of its one-time peak of 1.8 million. The city is over 80 percent African...Read More

St. Elizabeths, Congress Heights

An EcoDistricts Target City Congress Heights is a primarily low-to-middle-income residential neighborhood located just south of the historic St. Elizabeths Hospital Campus in Washington, DC. Set to attract over $58 million in infrastructure investments, these two districts come together to...Read More

SW Ecodistrict

An EcoDistricts Target City The SW Ecodistrict Initiative is a comprehensive and forward-looking approach to urban sustainability and livability in the heart of Washington, DC. The vision proposes transforming the 110 acres of a 15-block, predominantly federal precinct located just...Read More

DowntownDC Ecodistrict

An EcoDistricts Target City In April 2011, the Downtown Business Improvement District (BID) of Washington, DC officially announced its plans to redevelop the Downtown BID area into an ecodistrict. Comprised of 90 million square feet of built environment, 60 million...Read More


An EcoDistricts Target City Zibi, formerly known as the Isles, is a brownfield site that represents 37-acres of industrial land located between the cities of Ottawa and Gatineau in Ontario. The unique location of this project and its ability to...Read More

Little Tokyo

An EcoDistricts Target City Self-titled as a Cultural-Ecodistrict, the 19.5 acre Little Tokyo Ecodistrict, located in the Downtown Los Angeles District, is designed to capture and highlight its 130-year old Japanese-American history. With 40% of the population living below poverty...Read More