Tegna is moving in Tysons. The former Gannett Co. Inc., which changed its name last year after its print division was spun off, will relocate from the Gannett headquarters at 7950 Jones Branch Drive to a new 440,000-square-foot office tower at The Boro, The Meridian Group’s massive mixed-use development a short walk from the Greensboro… Read more »
Revamped Silver Spring mall picks up Guitar Center, new farmers market for D.C., and more retail news
Music lovers in Montgomery County will have a new place to geek out come 2017 when Guitar Center opens a 14,500-square-foot store in the revamped Ellsworth Place mall in downtown Silver Spring.
It’s pretty exciting when local brands and businesses make it big, and now with 95 locations nationwide, I think it’s safe to say Bluemercury has done just that. After its start as a Georgetown beauty shop in 1999 under Barry and Marla Malcolm Beck, Bluemercury expanded locally, then nationally, before being acquired by Macy’s in 2015.
Bubble tea franchise Kung Fu Tea is beefing up its presence in the D.C. suburbs. The cafe, which opened a flagship location in Rockville last summer, is poised to debut locations in both Silver Spring and Tysons Corner this year. There’s also a location in Annandale.