Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) plans to convert a Silver Spring office building into a new service center, adding to the electric automaker’s small but growing presence in Greater Washington.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) will establish another 70 branches in D.C., Maryland and Virginia by the end of 2025 as part of a sizable retail banking expansion in the region, where it also opened its long-planned Mid-Atlantic headquarters.
Bark Social and Barkhaus are both expanding, and new dog bars are nipping at their heels.
After two years of holding its biggest event of the year virtually, D.C.’s commercial real estate industry filled a downtown ballroom Tuesday evening to celebrate the CREBA Awards.
Mid-Atlantic retail leasing and developments have picked up due to stability in the regional economy.
Throughout the pandemic, JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) has been expanding its local footprint — a project that began in 2018 when it announced its first branch in Greater Washington. The bank now has 61 branches from Baltimore to Richmond and is a full year ahead of schedule to reach its target of 70… Read more »
Blackwall Hitch will join the growing list of restaurants set to open in Downtown Columbia’s Merriweather District.
The future of Downtown Columbia’s Lakefront District became more clear Tuesday with details of a $325 million investment to bring new office, retail and residential to the area around scenic Lake Kittamaqundi.
Life Time is opening its fourth Maryland fitness location at the Annapolis Town Center this fall.
A global attractions giant has inked a deal to bring a Lego Discovery Center — Greater Washington’s first — to Northern Virginia.
A new mixed-use development with 500+ housing units is coming to Parole. The 13-acre site will replace an office park near the town center.
The developers planning the huge North Woodbridge Town Center in Prince William County and moving ahead with the project.
Tysons has long been one of the mid-Atlantic’s largest retail hubs, with two major malls and a series of strip centers drawing shoppers from around the region.
If 2020 was a building year for Downtown Columbia, 2021 was the year of openings. A slew of new restaurants and eateries joined Howard Hughes Corp.’s Merriweather District, the growing urban-suburban development located between Broken Land Parkway and Merriweather Post Pavilion.
There was a time, not so long ago, when the idea of dining in the suburbs conjured up visions of fast food drive-thrus and shopping malls brimming with chain restaurants.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors voted yesterday (Tuesday) to approve a pair of rezoning applications that will expand the Tysons mixed-use community with 1.1 million square feet of housing, retail, and other amenities.
A Brookfield Properties executive has detailed the company’s plans to advance a state-of-the-art office building in Reston for the Halley Rise development.
Privai, a luxury skin and body care line, has signed six leases in the Washington, D.C., region to debut its new Privai Spa + Salon.
A new spa salon concept will replace space vacated by Red Door, a spa that closed permanently due to the pandemic last year.
Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) appears to be filling the high-end auto dealership void left by Maserati’s closure in South Arlington.
D.C.’s &pizza plans to open a new location at One Loudoun as it works to expand its presence in Northern Virginia and beyond.
The owners of a Manassas rock climbing center plan to open a new location in Tysons, replacing a shuttered furniture store about halfway between the Greensboro and Spring Hill Metro stations in Fairfax County.
The developers behind one of the largest projects in Tysons are pulling the trigger on its next phase, the team announced Monday.
The Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation has landed two new retailers for its major Fort Totten mixed-use project, and the shape of its second phase is changing.
Retail Properties of America (RPAI) has secured an 8,300-square-foot lease with retailer Urban Outfitters at Circle East, a mixed-use redevelopment project in downtown Towson, MD.
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.