Coworking company Spaces will open a 50,000-square-foot, two-floor outpost at The Boro in Tysons, The Meridian Group announced Thursday.
The Meridian Group expects to submit plans to Fairfax County this summer for new residential and retail project across Westpark Drive from The Boro, its massive mixed-use project in Tysons.
Huge block letters on the wall set the tone at Maryland’s second Denizens Brewing Co., which is scheduled to open this weekend inside the growing Riverdale Park Station development between Hyattsville and College Park.
Plans are coming together for Tishman Speyer’s massive redevelopment of a Reston office park into seven mixed-use buildings virtually adjacent to a future Metro station.
F45, an Australian-based high-intensity gym franchise, just signed a 10-year lease for The Boro development in Tysons.
While The Meridian Group has more work to do before it finishes up the first phase of The Boro, bringing with it a Whole Foods Market and ShowPlace Icon Theater among many other things, tenants have had a few months now to settle into the newest office tower to deliver in Tysons.
Kentlands Market Square, an open-air shopping center in Gaithersburg, Maryland that is currently undergoing a $23 million redevelopment, continues to sign new tenants and will get a big boost in traffic when a Cinepolis luxury movie theater opens this year.
Denizens Brewing is opening a 12,000-square-foot production house and taproom at Riverdale Park Station in Riverdale Park, Md., according to a press release from the brewery. The 150 seat taproom at 4550 Van Buren Street will open to the public on May 25.
When Denizens Brewing Co. opens its 12,000-square-foot brewery and taproom on May 25, it doesn’t just mean more beer for Maryland’s Riverdale Park neighborhood. It’s the start of more locally brewed suds for the region. “We built it for distribution so we can send beer out into the field,” says Co-founder Julie Verratti, adding that Denizens maxed out… Read more »
The Halley Rise development in Reston has signed its first retail tenant after its Wegmans anchor: Pinstripes, the bowling, bocce and bar venue with two other locations in the D.C. area.
A California-based burger joint has taken its first bite out of metro Richmond’s restaurant scene.
Grocery store Whole Foods will anchor Towson Row, a $350 million development in Towson’s core, developer Greenberg Gibbons announced Tuesday morning.