The Buccini/Pollin Group has completed the $105.1 million project capitalization for the 13-story, 235-room Washington Marriott Capitol Hill / NoMa hotel in Washington D.C.
Howard Hughes Corp. will break ground this month on Downtown Columbia’s next mixed-use building, a seven-story complex within the developer’s emerging Merriweather District.
A new food hall is set to arrive at The Station at Riverdale Park this summer
The Brookland staple’s new Northeast location adds Roman-style pan pizza, made-to-order pasta, and an attached deli.
The D.C. area’s wealth and stability have allowed its malls to weather the coronavirus pandemic better than many of their national counterparts. But several malls in the area have already been foreclosed on, and more pain is on the way, proving there is no safe harbor from this storm.
A look at what the renovated and newly constructed Aldi grocery stores look like.
The newly designed Giant will offer online ordering and a pickup and delivery service.
A year after breaking ground for Halley Rise, Brookfield Properties is still on schedule to finish the $1.4 billion project.
The Boro is located at the highest point in Fairfax County, giving residents eye-catching views.
The NYC-based brand for fast-casual Israeli food adds a second D.C. location
Celebrity chef Spike Mendelsohn and his partners at Beyond Meat-based PLNT Burger have opened their first Virginia location, and sixth food stall overall, inside the Whole Foods at the Boro development in Tysons Corner (1635 Boro Place).
Hobby Lobby will develop a 55,000-square-foot store at Ritchie Station Marketplace.
The bank, which is a subsidiary of the Royal Bank of Canada, announced the opening of the 4,200-square-foot full-service regional banking center (8301 Greensboro Drive, Suite J), noting that it will help better serve clients in the D.C. and Northern Virginia areas
Hokkaido-based Santouka is bringing its ramen to the Mid-Atlantic for the first time.
Restaurateur Aaron Gordon is bringing a new restaurant to the former Town Hall bar and restaurant at 2340 Wisconsin Ave. NW in Glover Park.
A major multifamily/mixed-use development in D.C.’s booming Capitol Riverfront neighborhood is preparing to welcome its first residents in September.
The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation has signed both Love and Care Development Center and Rocketship Public School to leases at Art Place, a mixed-use development project in Washington, D.C.’s Fort Totten neighborhood.
The chain debuts its first Southeast DC location.