Build-your-own cinnamon roll company Cinnaholic is making its D.C. area debut early next year.
New development will add shops and restaurants to Pratt Street downtown. The glassy pavilion will be in front of the Transamerica building.
Bethesda, Md.-based developer The Meridian Group has announced seven food and drink retailers and two service businesses that will open in 2019 at The Boro in Tysons Corner, Va., about 15 miles outside of Washington, D.C.
Ahold Delhaize controls about 35% of the retail market share in Maryland/District of Columbia, northern Virgina and Delaware in 2018.
Designs for a nearly 30,000-square-foot retail addition to a landmark downtown building are expected to be unveiled this week before a city design panel.
The Meridian Group has announced nine tenants that have been lined up for The Boro, a development of than 4 million square feet now under construction in Tysons.
The anchor retail tenants for Tysons megaproject The Boro — Whole Foods and ShowPlace Icon Theater — have been known since the project broke ground in 2016, but the developer is now unveiling a host of new restaurants and service retail that will occupy much of the remaining space.
It may be served cold, but poké is cropping up as a hot trend on Baltimore’s dining scene.