The Ballston BID

“Founded in 2011, the Ballston BID is a 501(c)(6) organization that is governed by a 23-member Board of Directors who are elected or Countyappointed to represent commercial property owners; tenants; cultural and recreational interests; educational, community, science, and technology interests.”

Take The 2022 Ballston Survey

Head over to the Ballston BID website to take the 5 minute survey, support the neighborhood and enter to win a gift card…

Ballston BID Annual Meeting

You can now register to join the Ballston BID annual meeting to celebrate the Ballston business community and review highlights of the past fiscal year…

Ballston Connect Podcast: APAH and Bridges to Independence

In this podcast, two of the community’s most impactful organizations, APAH and Bridges to Independence, share how they work to support our neighborhood, why their work is critical to the growth and development of communities across our region, and what are some of the ways they’ve navigated the pandemic…

Life In Ballston

From the Ballston BID’s website: “Ballston delivers the quality of lifestyle and work environment to attract top corporations, and is the preferred location by many of their employees to live, work, learn, and play. The residential population in the BID boundary is nearly 14,000 people with an average age of 34.”

Ballston 2021 Outdoor Activity Survey

The Ballston BID created a survey “to give the community a voice and help us curate the most engaging and interesting events in Ballston. From road closures to timing to theme, this is your chance to weigh in on what you’d like to see come to the streets and parks of Ballston.”

New Photo of Ballston

We love photos showcasing Ballston. This newest one highlights the new Ballston Quarter

Ballston Connect Podcast: Kate Bates & the Arlington Chamber of Commerce

As stated on their website,, “The Ballston Business Improvement (BID) will imagine and implement innovative programs, partnerships and collaborations that bring people together, create a sense of community and strengthen the economic vitality of our businesses and commercial partners in Ballston.”

Interview with Marymount University & Ballston BID

The Gensler Design Exchange Podcast recently interviewed Matthew Shank of Marymount University and Samantha Baker of the Ballston BID to find out how Marymount University built the future of urban campuses with it’s new Ballston mixed-use buildings developed by The Shooshan Company.

The Robert Ball Sr. Award 2019

The Shooshan Company would like to congratulate the newest recipient of the Robert Ball Sr. Award, Ballston Quarter, located across from Two Liberty Center and 4040 Wilson Blvd. The Press Release to ArlNOW from the Ballston BID states,