Giant Food LLC has been on a real estate spending spree for the past year, opening new locations, renovating old ones and, interestingly, taking over shuttering Shoppers Food & Pharmacy locations. The spending will continue, as Giant plans to invest $175 million on new locations, conversions or store renovations during the next two years.
Wegmans has cemented a deal to open at Reston Crescent, where developer Brookfield Properties hopes the popular grocer will serve as an anchor to attract others to the 4 million-square-foot mixed-use development.
Fish Taco, a fast-casual Mexican restaurant with three locations in Maryland, plans to open its first Virginia store at the Boro development in Tysons Corner by June next year.
A large-scale redevelopment in the heart of D.C.’s central business district has landed a popular national steakhouse chain for its corner retail space.
Rockville Pike got another Asian food hall this week with the arrival of Pike Kitchen, which brings build-your-own bowls, banh mi, and caffeinated Thai concoctions to the growing dining scene off Interstate 270.
You can see it from any exit off of Route 29 heading toward the heart of Columbia. The massive steel frame of a building reaching up into the sky and towering over the trees that surround the new section of development north of Broken Land Parkway.