The new Whole Foods Market at Springfield Plaza, double the size of the chain’s existing and soon-to-close West Springfield store, opens Oct. 4, the Amazon.com Inc.-owned company announced Thursday.
Life Time, a national fitness chain, has inked a 113,000-square-foot lease at 1440 North Edgewood Street in Clarendon, Va., according to Regency Centers, which owns the building. The property is part of The Crossing Clarendon, a 10-acre mixed-use development that consists of office, retail, restaurants and residential buildings. Regency Centers purchased the development in 2016… Read more »
JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) will open eight new branches across Greater Washington by the end of the year as it nears completion of the first phase of its two-part branch expansion in the region.
A partnership including Bethesda’s The Meridian Group has acquired two JCPenney stores in Northern Virginia, more than a year after the retailer handed them off for a future sale as part of its Chapter 11 bankruptcy case.
Downtown Columbia will soon add a new suite of restaurants and retailers, including the popular Baltimore-area tacos and tequila concept, Banditos, which will open in January.
District Taco’s first franchisees will open a location at 1330 Chain Bridge Road in McLean, joining two Thompson Hospitality Corp. restaurants in space subleased from Lidl.
The largest retail bank in the U.S. is coming to Downtown Baltimore. JPMorgan Chase & Co. will open a branch at 100 S. Charles St. sometime next year, said Carolyn Evert, a spokesperson for the bank. The branch will be located at the corner of West Pratt Street and South Charles Street, in a spot… Read more »
Fried chicken fans, rejoice. Yardbird Southern Table & Bar — the popular Miami restaurant best known for comfort foods like buttermilk biscuits, lobster mac and cheese, and crispy, thick-battered fried chicken that’s been brined for 27 hours — officially arrives in D.C. today. Thursday, April 1, is opening day for Yardbird’s new spot downtown. The… Read more »
‘We had to pivot in everything that we did’: How Chase has continued to expand in Maryland during the pandemic
Two Chase branches in Canton and Pikesville opened their doors for the first time earlier this month and more are on the way as the bank shows no signs of slowing down its aggressive expansion in Maryland.
The largest retail bank in the U.S. has already opened a branch in Hunt Valley and several in Baltimore City.
A taste of Hampden is making its way to Downtown Columbia.