D.C. business owners left downtown, major corridors for survival, flexibility
“I was at a standstill,” Morton said. “We went from making $10,000 a month to $100.”
The situation forced Morton to give up her downtown K Street office in favor of Ward 8 in Southeast D.C., where she now rents space at The Hive, a co-working nonprofit.
“It forced my hand,” she said. “It was either that or go out of business. And that was one thing I…