Boston-Washington DC Economic Size

The Bos-Wash economic corridor that stretches from Boston to Washington D.C. generates $3.75 trillion in economic output, making it the fourth largest economy in the world behind only the U.S. China, and Japan, and ahead of Germany.

Even as cities become more important economically, much of their success still hinges on the larger regional realities they inhabit. Economic success will depend on how well cities, communities, and neighborhoods can align themselves with this shifting landscape. What is your city doing to leverage the strength of its region?

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With patience, with equanimity, and with discernment, we can identify new potentials to provide opportunities for growth and prosperity to everyone.