Table of ContentsTable of Contents3. Who We Are. What We Do.4. Message from the President & CEO5. 2020 Board of Directors & Governors6. 2020 DDI Members7. Public Safety11. Maintenance & Beautification15. Economic Development & Planning20. Urban Mobility22. Strategic Partnerships & Communications27. Membership Development29. The DDI Foundation22020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.
Downtown Dallas, Inc. (DDI) is a private,nonprofit organization funded by voluntarymembership dues, assessment revenue fromthe Downtown Improvement District (DID),and contracts with the City of Dallas forspecific projects and programs.Who We Are. What We Do.The Dallas DowntownImprovement DistrictThe DID was created by DDI in June of1992 to fund important supplementalservices and visible improvements toour city center.In 2001, 2005, 2013, and 2020,Downtown property owners voted torenew the DID, under DDI’s management.Since then, DDI has launched numerousadditional initiatives to make DowntownDallas clean, safe, and fun for all. The DIDhas been renewed through at least 2027.2020 DowntownThe 360 PlanPublic Safety43%Improvement DistrictExpendituresMaintenance & BeautificationGreat Placemaking24%Strategic Partnerships & Communications2020 PRIORITIESEconomic Development & Planning12%Complete ion &ImprovementsUrban MobilityMembership DevelopmentSafetyServices &ImprovementsCommunications& EventsOrganization &Administration32020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.
showed why we are better positionedthan any other market in the countryto emerge stronger.The arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic here threatened much of our progress, and especially these past20 years of Downtown revival. But in those chaotic first days—before social distancing, mask mandates,and shutdowns had become a part of our daily vocabulary—there was no time to ponder our long-termfuture. We had to do what Downtown Dallas, Inc., has done for more than 60 years: serve as the leadvoice to ensure the advancement and protection of Downtown priorities, people, places, and business.We had to do it in new and different ways.Our team collaborated with partners at Visit Dallas, the Dallas Regional Chamber, and the Dallas CitizensCouncil on a jobs website for those displaced by the COVID-19 crisis. We launched a page on our websitelisting Downtown businesses operating through the pandemic, which we update daily. We developed our“State of Downtown” virtual interview series, bringing our members and the public inside information fromthe people keeping development moving in Downtown.A little over two months later, social justice protests spread across the globe, including in Dallas, followingthe killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Our DDI Security officers worked alongside our partners inthe Dallas Police Department to ensure peaceful protesters could exercise their rights. We deployedpersonnel and grant funds to restore businesses that were hit by vandals amid the unrest. And we recommitted our organization to prioritizing actions that emphasize equity, to investing in disadvantagedyouth, and to ensuring economic opportunity for all.In a year unlike any other, we showed why we are better positioned than any other market in the countryto emerge stronger. We have an invested community, including more than 12,000 residents who callDowntown home. We have small business owners who believe in the center of our city. We have adiverse economy and major corporations that are committed to Dallas. It is no accident that not asingle major Downtown project was derailed by the events of 2020. This is not the case in othermarkets today.At DDI, we remain committed to keeping our historic momentum going by advancingthe initiatives outlined in our strategic 360 Plan and endorsed by the Dallas CityCouncil. We will guide the City Center to long-term success with a focus ontransformative strategies to advance urban mobility, build completeneighborhoods, and promote great placemaking.The people of Downtown inspire us and DDI charges on for you.Kourtny Garrett, President & CEO42020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.Message from the President & CEOIn a year unlike any other, Downtown DallasThe opening months of 2020 promised another landmark year for Downtown Dallas. The newlycompleted Pacific Plaza, the first of Parks for Downtown Dallas’ four planned parks, was being celebratedas a resounding success. The Downtown Montessori at Ida B. Wells Academy, the first public elementaryschool Downtown, was preparing for its inaugural school year. The National, the last major vacant buildingin Downtown, was inching toward completion of a redevelopment that includes a luxury hotel, apartments,retail, restaurant, and offices. With over 4 billion in active development, momentum in Downtown Dallascould not be stopped. And then, one week in March, everything changed.
CHAIR OF THE BOARDBoard ofPageDirectorsMattia Flabiano, IIIPRESIDENT & CEOKourtny GarrettDowntown Dallas, Inc.SECRETARYHolly ReedRyan, LLCTREASURERKaty MurrayA. H. Belo CorporationCHIEF OPERATING OFFICERAmy TharpDowntown Dallas, Inc.Dr. José AdamesDallas College El Centro CampusLiz BeauchampAtmos Energy CorporationTed M. BennThompson & Knight LLPBrian BergersenSpectrum Properties, LTD /Dallas Farmers MarketWes CaywoodLarry DanielsAmy Lewis HoflandHRI Properties, LLCDallas Arts DistrictJim GreerMichael PetersonAT&TOncorTed HamiltonJon RuffHamilton Properties CorporationSpire Realty Group LPMike HoqueMichael TregoningSteve HulseyAllan ZreetHeadington CompaniesHoque GlobalJacobsCorgan2020Vince Ackerson, Texas Capital BankNick Galen, Headington CompaniesGeena Piwetz, RP Texas Management, LLCBoard ofTim Adair, Neiman MarcusMelissa Graham, Stream Realty Partners /Billy Prewitt, Santander TowerWade Andres, Andres Construction ServicesGovernorsPhil Puckett, CBREBrock Bailey, Bracewell & Giuliani, LLPEric Hage, Structure Tone Southwest, LLCKen Reese, Hillwood Development / Victory ParkEvan Beattie, GFFJessica Heer, Dallas Regional ChamberCheryl Richards, VisitDallasAdam Bernhardt, Bank of America PlazaKeenan Kolendo, Haynes and Boone, LLPLesa Roe, University of North Texas SystemGreg Biggs, JLLEric Krueger, Balfour Beatty ConstructionScott Rohrman, 42 Real Estate, LLCDavid Blewett, Council Member, City of DallasPatricia Kyle, RED Development, LLCAimee Sanborn, Merriman Anderson AssociatesHugh Boyle, TracyLockeMarijke Lantz, Billingsley CompanyJosh Shane, AECOMKimberley Brooks, TranswesternEmily H. Ledet, Bank of AmericaJeremy Strick, Nasher Sculpture CenterDave Brown, American Airlines CenterHunter Lee, HPI Real Estate Services / Ross TowerKristian Teleki, Matthews SouthwestSone Cavazos, Labora GroupTricia Linderman, Klyde Warren ParkSara Terry, Colliers InternationalMatt Craft, Lincoln Property CompanyTommy Mann, WinsteadGary Thomas, Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART)Brandi Crawford, HNTBGinger Martin, Hall Arts HotelShawn Todd, Todd InterestsJohn Crawford, Crawford Consulting / Real EstateLinda McMahon, The Real Estate CouncilJonathan Vinson, Jackson Walker L.L.P.Nicholas “Nick” Diaz, Amegy Bank of TexasAmy Meadows, Parks for Downtown DallasRay Washburne, Charter HoldingsRachel Doucet, Goldman Sachs & Co.Adam Medrano, Mayor Pro Tem., City of DallasSteve T. Whitcraft, Turner Construction CompanyZenetta Drew, Dallas Black Dance TheatreJustin Miller, Transwestern / Plaza of the AmericasJames “Jim” Wilson, Goddard Investment GroupKate Dubroc, Stream Realty Partners /Ryan Miyamoto, The Statler HotelCraig Woodfield, Grant ThorntonDan Noble, HKS, Inc.George Youngblood, Plains Capital BankTrammell Crow CenterNew MemberComerica Bank TowerMelissa Eastman, Stewart National Title ServicesJustin Parscale, Perkins & WillTravis C. Ewert, Colliers InternationalJohn C. Petteway, III, Wells Fargo BankColin Fitzgibbons, Hunt Realty Investments, Inc.Vasavi Pilla, City of Dallas52020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.2020 Board of Directors & Governors2020
contributions to supplement andexpand DDI’s priorities andprogram areas.2100 Ross, LP42 Real EstateA. H. Belo CorporationAECOMAll Saints Church DallasAllied UniversalAmegy Bank of TexasAmerican Airlines CenterAMLI Fountain PlaceANDRES Construction ServicesArcher WesternARCHITEXASArcosa, Inc.Armstrong-Douglass Structural EngineersAT&TAT&T Performing Arts CenterAtmos Energy CorporationBalfour Beatty ConstructionBank of America Merrill LynchBank of America Plaza - JLLBell NunnallyBen E. Keith CompanyBillingsley CompanyBKV GroupBracewell LLPBrad Oldham SculptureCambria Dallas DowntownCBRECharming Floral & EventsCharter HoldingsCity Club of DallasCity Electric SupplyClark Hill StrasburgerColliers InternationalComerica Bank TowerCommon DeskCorganCovalusCrescent Real Estate EquitiesCrow Museum of Asian ArtD MagazineDallas Arts DistrictDallas Black Dance TheatreDallas Citizens CouncilDallas CollegeDallas Holocaust and Human Rights MuseumDallas Marriott City CenterDallas Museum of ArtDallas Public LibraryDallas Regional ChamberDallas Symphony OrchestraDARTDavidson Bogel Real EstateDLR Group StaffelbachEchelon Leadership LLCFirst Presbyterian Church of DallasFortis Property Group, LLC / Chase TowerFortis Property Group, LLC / Harwood CenterGables ResidentialGenslerGFFGoddard Investment GroupGoldman SachsGranite PropertiesGrant Thornton LLPGraphite LogisticsGreyhound Lines, Inc.HALL Arts HotelHamilton Properties CorporationHaynes and Boone, LLPHeadington Companies, LLCHill Knowlton Strategies, Inc.Hillwood / Victory ParkHKS, Inc.HNTBHoque Global / DRG ConceptsHPI Real Estate Services & InvestmentsHR&A Advisors, Inc.HRI Properties, LLCRyan Law Firm, PLLCRyan, LLCSantander TowerScoop TechnologiesShanks ArchitectsSheraton Dallas HotelShore Chan DePumpo LLPSnappy SaladsSpectrum EnterpriseSpectrum Properties, LTD / Dallas Farmers MarketSpire Realty GroupStewart Title Commercial ServicesStructure Tone Southwest, LLCSuffolkSupreme Bright Dallas, LLCTASK Pressure WashingTeraCloud, Inc.Texas Brand BankTexas Capital BankTexas CentralThanks-Giving FoundationThe Adolphus HotelThe Beck GroupThe Fairmont DallasThe Joule HotelThe Metropolitan at 1200 Main HOAThe Real Estate CouncilThe Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey PlazaThe Statler Hotel & ResidenciesThe Westin Dallas DowntownThompson & Knight LLPThompson Hotel DallasTodd InterestsTomlinson-Leis CorporationTower Club DallasTracyLockeTrammell Crow Center / Crescent Ross Avenue Investors LPTranswesternTurner Construction CompanyUniversity of North Texas SystemUptown Dallas, Inc.US Secure VenturesVirgin Hotels DallasVisitDallasWalter P MooreWells FargoWestdale Real Estate Investment and ManagementWestwood Holdings Group, Inc.Wheels Labs, Inc.Wildcat ManagementWinstead PCWoodbine Development CorporationYMCA of Metropolitan Dallas62020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.2020 DDI MembersThank you to our members for theirHuitt-Zollars, Inc.Hunt Consolidated, Inc.Hyatt Regency DallasInterstable, Inc.J.P. MorganJackson Walker L.L.P.JacobsJLLKASHIYAMA the Smart TailorKDC Real Estate Development & InvestmentsKDFW FOX 4, KDFI 27KERAKimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.Klyde Warren ParkLAZ ParkingLDWWLincoln Property CompanyLocal FavoriteLocke LordLPAMadison Partners, LLCMagnolia Hotel - DallasMatthews SouthwestMerriman Anderson Architects, Inc.MESA Design GroupNasher Sculpture CenterNeiman MarcusNewt Walker CompanyNorth Texas CommissionNorth Texas Food BankOGLESBY GREENE ARCHITECTUREOJB Landscape ArchitectureOmni Hotels & ResortsOMNIPLANOncorOne Main Place Office, KFK GroupOUTFRONT MediaPageParking Company of AmericaParks for Downtown DallasPerkins&WillPlainsCapital BankPlatinum ParkingPlaza of the AmericasPrekindleRED Development, LLCRenaissance TowerRepublic CenterRepublic Property GroupRoofstockRoyal Blue GroceryRP Texas Mgt, LLCRyan Companies US, Inc.
Public SafetyPublicSafetyDDI contributes more than 3Mannually to public safety, includingour highly-trained officers, whoprovide extra eyes and ears forour Dallas Police partners.0772020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.
Public SafetyThe DDI Security team isnow staffed to its highestlevels to date.In 2020, we enhanced our 17-year-old Downtown Safety Patrol, now known asDDI Security. The unit is staffed to its highest levels to date and officers are morevisible, donning new royal blue uniforms, driving wrapped and well-lit micro-vehicles(GEM cars, T-3s, and bikes), and occupying strategically placed security stationsin Downtown parks.DDI Security officers complete a Texas DPS required certification course in additionto a DDI-designed training program that includes expert-led courses in situationalawareness, de-escalation training, crisis intervention, mental health, substanceabuse, and DPD led law-enforcement training. VisitDallas assists with trainingon hospitality, customer service, and Downtown culture. 3M Annual SafetyFunds55Full-TimeOfficers90k 50k 150 2.5k Resident & edSee Say NowApp Responses82020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.
matters with the City of Dallas, DallasCounty, Dallas College, Dallas Area RapidTransit (DART), the Downtown SecurityDirectors Association (DSDA), the CBDCrime Task Force, and others.KEY ACCOMPLISHMENTSDDI funds Dallas Police bikes, horses,and other equipment.DDI and partner organizations keep violentcareer criminals off Downtown streetsthrough the impact offender initiative,which ensures high bonds and maximumsentences without plea bargains.DDI works with the City of Dallas tosend hundreds of stakeholders emailsand text messages regarding Downtownemergencies in real-time.DDI works with the Dallas County DistrictAttorney’s Office on planning for the DallasDeflects Center, an alternative to jail forpeople with mental illness who commitlow-level misdemeanor offenses.92020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.Public SafetyDDI works closely on public safety
Public SafetysselemoHhcaertuO4k Homeless Engagements220 Homeless Reunions with FamilyKEY ACCOMPLISHMENTSDDI is training DPD officerson our innovative homelessoutreach strategies.DDI’s Homeless Outreach team engagespeople experiencing homelessness,assessing their needs and referring them tothe appropriate social service organizations.UT Southwestern medicalstudents worked withDDI to create a PatientNavigator to assist peopleexperiencing homelessnesswith medical care.07102020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.
Maintenance & e and beautificationof public spaces encouragesactive use and creates a senseof pride among Downtownstakeholders.110772020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.
Maintenance & BeautificationDDI expanded Clean Team hoursand responsibilities in responseto the COVID-19 pandemic.A clean, well-maintained, and attractive urban environment is vital to the successof a vibrant Downtown Dallas. The Downtown Clean Team is a group of 21 full-timeemployees, dedicated seven days a week to keeping the streets and sidewalks cleanby picking up litter, removing graffiti, and assisting with public improvement projectsin Downtown.When the pandemic began, DDI expanded hours of operation to provide moreservices from 6:30 am to 9 pm. The Clean Team now sanitizes high-touch itemsin the public space and parks such as tables, benches, playgrounds, and trashreceptacles, and doubled the frequency of power washing.40k 3.8k Cubic Yards ofLitter RemovedSquare Feet of SpacesPressure Washed 30%4k105k HoursWorkedIncrease inOverall StaffingGraffiti & StickersRemoved2.7M Dog WasteBags Provided122020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.
than ever, providing rapid response andproactive work to keep Downtownlooking its best.KEY ACCOMPLISHMENTSExpanded DDI’s power washing program,doubling the square footage of sidewalkscleaned monthly.Supported cleanup after civil unrest,including plywood for broken windows.Contracted to patrol the Downtown areanightly, reducing the number of roostinggrackles and bird droppings.Refreshed Clean Team logo, branding,and vehicle wraps.Increased pest control at Main StreetGarden (MSG).Trimmed 250 trees with a focus onparks and sidewalks.Planted and maintained over 5k seasonalcolor plants at Dealey Plaza, the Morton H.Meyerson Symphony Center, medians, andplanters; continued to water and fertilizeDowntown trees, flowers, and plants.Piloted community art programs at MSGand Pegasus Plaza.132020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.Maintenance & BeautificationThe DDI Clean Team has more staff
Maintenance & BeautificationDDI awards matching grant funds everyyear to projects that enhance the publicrealm in Downtown. 125kTotal Allocated5Project RecipientsRestoration of theHarrow sculpture inLubben PlazaExterior lightinginstallation alongHarwood & RossCity of Dallas Officeof Arts and CultureFirst UnitedMethodist ChurchInstallation of raisedplanters in WestEnd SquareInstallation of beergarden fencingaround perimeterInstallation ofsecurity camerasand new water pumpsParks forDowntown DallasPegasusCity BreweryThe ThanksGiving FoundationPegasus City Brewery Beer GardenDDI established a storefront restoration program that provided financialassistance to businesses that sustained damages to their storefrontsduring social justice protests. DDI awarded more than 90,000 inStorefront Restoration Grants to the following recipients:Amelia at Farmers MarketHotel IndigoAntioch ChurchHunt Dallas Office, LPArena Partners, LPLone Star Gas LoftsBlackbird LoftsMayflower ApartmentsBrad Oldham SculpturePegasus City BreweryDP&L LoftsPurse BuildingEnchilada’sRobert S. Gregg Law OfficeFairmont HotelRoyal Blue Grocery (Main Street)Fashion Industry GallerySenor BeanFlying Horse CaféSpringhill SuitesFormer Iron Cactus locationSt. JudeFrankie’sStudio 1514Gator’sTutta’s PizzaHampton Inn and SuitesWild Wild WestHilton Garden Inn25142020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.
Economic Development & PlanningcimonoEctnempoDevelgninnal&PDDI promotes economicdevelopment and long-termplanning through custom marketreports, government relations, anda robust national campaign to lurebusiness, investment, and activity.Hard Hat Tour at AMLI Fountain Place150772020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.
DDI continues to play a key role insupporting local business operations and willaggressively market our nationally competitiveassets to continue its strong resurgence.State of the MarketDDI provides hyper-local analysis and insights through our State of theMarket report to span the multifamily, commercial, office, hospitality, retail,and restaurant sectors. It provides updated data and information to aid inthe continued realization of the great vision that is Downtown Dallas.The full report may be accessed at downtowndallas.com. 4B86Development UnderwayAcres of Available LandActive Real Estate Deals12k Core Residents75k City Center Residents135k 120 Acres of Parks180 Restaurants & Bars9k 600k 16k 30 Square Feet ofCoworking SpaceCollege StudentsEnrolled162020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.120Core WorkforceHotel RoomsSchools thatServe DowntownEconomic Development & PlanningBY THE NUMBERS
We continue to push our economic developmentcampaign, Between Now and When, whichwe’re rebooting in 2021. DDI is the bestresource for Downtown-specific information,advancing recruitment materials and marketinformation to brokers, site selectors, anddirectly to potential commercial office tenants.Visit downtowndallasnow.com for more.#BetweenNowandWhenWhy Downtown Dallas?TALENT The region’s largest, most diverse andmost highly educated workforce.OPPORTUNITY Untapped resources, available space,and the #1 metro for attracting skilled talent.LIFE A diversity-driven mix of housing, education,culture, and modern connectivity.PROGRESS Robust infrastructure, 5G and fiberconnectivity, and over 7B invested since 2000.EFFICIENCY Low costs combined with generouslocal and state incentive programs.172020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.Economic Development & PlanningBetween Now and When
Hilltop Security95,463 sf717 Harwood – Moved from Renaissance TowerThompson Coe69,130 sfPlaza of the Americas – RenewalChubb Group InsuranceDowntown’s office building sales66,908 sfBryan Tower – Renewalwere topped by St. Paul Place,U.S. Department of Educationthe recently renovated, 22-story,Harwood Center – Renewal273,000-square-foot tower that61,971 sfwas acquired by Chicago realSheppard Mullin Richter & Hamptonestate firm Heitman for nearlyChase Tower – New 85M (CoStar).51,804 sfInvitation Homes42,136 sfComericaVincent SerafinoComerica26,698 sfVision2 SystemsSt. Paul Place – Image Source: D MagazineFactorySix0325,104 sf182020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.Economic Development & PlanningTOP LEASES & RENEWALS
NEW & NOTABLE DEVELOPMENTS – UNDER CONSTRUCTIONdevelopments totaling 4Bcurrently underway.300 PearlAtelier Flora508 YoungThe GalbraithJW MarriottWest End SquareFor a complete list, visitdowntowndallas.com/business.NEW & NOTABLE DEVELOPMENTS – RECENTLY COMPLETEDAMLI Fountain PlaceThe NationalAT&T Discovery District192020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.Economic Development & PlanningThere are more than 20 Downtown
Urban MobilityUrbanMobilityDDI advocates for safe andefficient mobility options forcommuters and residents, andenhanced connections betweenneighborhoods.Dallas Streetcar07202020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.
The first phase of the Harwood Street dedicated bike lanes link Main Streetto the Dallas Heritage Village. DDI, in partnership with the City of Dallas, isnow continuing bicycle infrastructure planning along Harwood Street, fromMain Street to Klyde Warren Park. Known as Bike Harwood, this project willserve as a critical north-south connection. Planning and implementationwill continue throughout 2021.Transportation PlanningIn 2020, DDI advanced 360 Plan implementation, including for the I-30and I-345 corridor, Dallas Convention Center Master Planning, and aDallas-to-Houston high-speed rail station. We also helped lead visioningof a new consolidated Multimodal Transit Center to tie all of our regionaltransportation options together, including trains, autonomous vehicles,and possibly even flying taxis.Micromobility EnhancementDDI works with the City and scooter operators to advance policy, developregulations, and improve scooter share efficiency. We also work with city staffto plan and implement enhanced bicycle and pedestrian facilities throughoutDowntown that connect to our adjacent neighborhoods.DART D2 Rail AlignmentTo enhance operations and ease congestion along current routes, DARTplans to construct a second light rail alignment (D2) through Downtown asa subway to mitigate traffic impacts. DDI continues to provide guidance andfeedback on behalf of our stakeholders to ensure the project is executed inthe best interests of Downtown.Bike Harwood212020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.Urban MobilityBike Harwood Phase II
Partnerships & DDI strives to keep Downtownstakeholders informed of breakingnews, development plans, publicpolicy matters, and events throughsocial media, newsletters, blogs,websites, media stories, specialpublications, and more.Kourtny Garrett at the 2020 Annual Meeting072022232020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.
Partnerships & CommunicationsAs part of DDI’s Safer Brighter Streetsinitiative, we enhanced clean and safe services,launched the We Are Downtown campaign, andbrightened our streets with colorful pole banners,window wraps, and digital signage.Engaged Instagramfollowers by creatingthe #ilovemydtdcampaign.Tracked open businesses tobetter inform residents on howto support local duringthe pandemic.Winston and Watson approve of Pacific PlazaPark! Big thanks to the clean team for keepingour parks so pretty. @thebassetsirwinston#ilovemydtd25232020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.
with CommunityYellow Rose Distillery donated 100 gallons of DDIbranded hand sanitizer for our Homeless Outreachteam to provide to our shelter partners. We alsodonated personal-sized hand sanitizers to ourmerchant partners in Downtown.AidedRestaurantsDDI tracked open businesses to better informresidents on how to support local during thepandemic. We also worked with the City of Dallasto transition some Downtown parking meters tocustomer parking, allowing for a convenientway to support our businesses.SupportedArtistsDDI sponsored AURORA’s Area 3, whichtransformed 100k square feet of a parking garagein Downtown Dallas. Area 3 featured works by 16regional artists, and included large-scale light, video,and sound installations, as well as performancesviewable from the safety of attendees’ own cars.PromotedBusinessesWe partnered with local businesses on a “takeover”of our Instagram account, promoting their specialsand that they were open for business. We amplifiedour support and promotion of businesses throughadditional consumer-focused blog posts, and weintegrated our blog into our website to make itmore easily accessible.ThankedTeachersIn partnership with Thanks-Giving Square,DDI purchased lunch from Frankie’s, Sfereco,Commissary, and Campisi’s for the teachers atBooker T. Washington School for the Performingand Visual Arts, Downtown Montessori at Ida B.Wells Academy, and CityLab High School aspart of the #ServingUpGratitude program.RefreshedDDI BrandingDDI refreshed the logo and brandingto make our services more recognizable.242020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.Partnerships & CommunicationsPartnered
Partnerships & CommunicationsMore Visible FieldTeams are Here for YouDDI Security officers are now more visible, dawning new royal blue uniforms,brightly wrapped, and lit micro-vehicles (GEM cars, T-3s, and bikes), andstrategically placed security stations are visible in Downtown parks.You will now see the Clean Team out and about in brand new green polo shirts,brightly colored trucks, litter vacuums, GEM cars, and push carts to enhancetheir visibility.Our Homeless Outreach team can be found throughout Downtown, engagingwith the homeless population in purple polo shirts and a branded purpleGEM car.252020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.
Towering Success: Downtown Dallas’ NationalMixed-Use Project Makes Its DebutDMNRay Washburne Reveals Plans for FormerDallas Morning News HQD MagazineDDI Foundation Donates 300K for WestEnd Park Water Feature that Changes with1.1k 47k118k 115k 85k2kMedia MentionsMedia Value250k Social Followersthe WeatherNEWSLETTERSUBSCRIBERS10kPOSTS TAGGED#MYDTD190kDallas InnovatesNew Skyscraper in the Works for Downtown Dallas’ South SideDMNConstruction of AT&T Discovery District Nears Completionin Downtown DallasWFAADallas Engineering Giant Jacobs Gives 8 Million to Klyde Warren Park’s Second PhaseDMNDallas Breaks Ground on New Carpenter ParkD MagazineNewsletters & PublicationsDDI publishes email newsletters, quarterly State of the Market reports, andan annual Downtown-focused special report in the Dallas Business Journal.262020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.Partnerships & CommunicationsMEDIA MENTIONS
Membership DevelopmentpihsrebMemtnempoDevelDDI members get exclusive accessto programming designed to buildstrategic business relationships,facilitate awareness aboutDowntown, and expand theirinfluence on our city.Hard Hat Tour at AMLI Fountain Place2822232707202020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.
ProgrammingMembers have access to DDI professional staff with expertise in urbanplanning, marketing, communications, real estate development, Downtownoperations management, public policy, advocacy, and public safety. Memberprogramming includes educational roundtables, exclusive hard hat tours,fundraising events, and networking opportunities.In 2020, DDI took most of our programming virtual in observance ofCOVID-19 safety guidelines. Though physically distant, our members hadmore opportunities than ever to engage with Downtown and DDI. Dues areinvested in the continued, unprecedented growth and success of Downtown.Our 2020 State of Downtown webinarseries provided an in-depth look at Downtowndevelopments through exclusive interviewswith the people making them happen.FEATURED WEBINAR GUESTSMichelle Brockwell, AVP-Corporate Initiatives, AT&TLarry Daniels, Vice President Operations, HRI LodgingAmy Meadows, CEO, Parks for Downtown DallasSara Terry, Senior Vice President, Stream Realty PartnersShawn Todd, Managing Partner & CEO, Todd InterestsRay Washburne, Chairman & CEO, Charter HoldingsJim Wilson, Partner, Goddard Investment GroupJohn Zogg, Managing Director, Crescent Real Estate LLC2023282020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.Membership DevelopmentMember
2020 DDI Foundation OfficersFOUNDATION CHAIRMANSECRETARY - TREASURERRandy RobasonCris JordanFreedom Family, LPConsultantPRESIDENT & CEOCHIEF OPERATING OFFICERKourtny GarrettAmy TharpDowntown Dallas, Inc.Downtown Dallas, Inc.2020 DDI Foundation Board of DirectorsThe DDI Foundation is thecharitable arm of DDI. It is committedto promoting the development of diversecultural, educational, and recreationalresources and amenities.Jeny BaniaSuzan KedronJon RuffHeadington CompaniesJackson Walker L.L.P.Spire Realty Group LPMelanie FergusonAmy Lewis HoflandMiguel SolisMatthews SouthwestDallas Arts DistrictCoalition for a New DallasCharles GloverKyla PorterLily Cabatu WeissMeadows FoundationPink Toes Nail BarDallas Arts DistrictLarry GoodAngela RossRetired Chairman, GFFAT&T292020 ANNUAL REPORT DOWNTOWN DALLAS, INC.The DDI FoundationThe DDInoitadnFou
The Downtown Montessori at Ida B. Wells Academy, the first public elementary school Downtown, was preparing for its inaugural school year. The National, the last major vacant building in Downtown, was inching toward completion of a redevelopment that includes a luxury hotel, apartments, ret
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