Thompson Hospitality Corp. is bringing its Matchbox and Big Buns Damn Good Burgers chains to a McLean retail center.
Tysons, the largest suburban office market in the D.C. region, has long been dependent on people driving their cars into work every day.
A Redbrick LMD-led development team has filed a design review application for a mixed-use project in Poplar Point at 632 Howard Road SE, an area that the development team has dubbed the “Bridge District”. The 130 foot-tall development would deliver 748 residential units above roughly 46,700 square feet of retail and restaurant space and a… 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 Boro is located at the highest point in Fairfax County, giving residents eye-catching views.
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
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 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.
Giant Food opened its newest Northern Virginia grocery store Friday, taking over the former Shoppers store in the Seven Corners Center in Falls Church.
A new development called Braddock West could replace the row of small homes just east of the Braddock Metro station.
It will be the seventh Showplace Icon in the U.S.
An international ramen restaurant plans to open next month in The Boro in Tysons.
Virginia residents will no longer have to ford the Potomac to get in their Barry’s Bootcamp fix.
It’s opening day for Ruth’s Chris on 21st and L Streets NW, representing the sizzling steakhouse chain’s newly consolidated D.C. address.
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From Aldi to Whole Foods — from Arcola to Twinbrook — a new set of grocery stores is arriving en masse, or scheduled to over the coming years.
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Whole Foods Market has signed on to join the massive upper Northwest D.C. development.
Lidl is looking to fill the void being left by Shoppers.
Neighborhood cafe and bookstore Busboys and Poets is opening its largest location yet in Merriweather, venturing out of the D.C. area for the first time. Three other restaurant concepts with D.C., Northern Virginia and Hanover ties were also revealed in October. Next up, Howard Hughes will be announcing concepts that Baltimore locals will recognize, said Ray Schupp, a… Read more »
Él Bebe, the taco and tequila bar full of trippy graffiti art in Navy Yard, is opening a second location in a Tysons Corner development with an intriguing line-up of dining options.
The company has signed a lease for about 10,000 square feet, which will be split between American restaurant and bar Open Road and Mexican spot El Bebe. MHG has a location of Open Road in Merrifield and another about to open in Rosslyn. It opened its first location of El Bebe near Nationals Park in… Read more »
The largest Whole Foods in the East Coast is now open in Virginia.
Tysons’ four Metro stops has the potential to make the area more walkable
Davey Martinez’s speech about the bumpy road it has been, waking up this morning and realizing it is Bryce Harper’s birthday and singing Baby Shark with the entire stadium to introduce Gerardo Parra to the field. Wow has he really revitalized the dugout and getting the stadium involved! -Bryan Davis
The massive mixed-use development that will bring a Wegmans and Pinstripes near the future Reston Town Center Metro station is underway.
CaliBurger just locked down a brick-and-mortar home in Tysons Corner that plans to integrate high-tech cooking techniques alongside the brand’s first-ever full bar.
The new 4,200-square-foot location, which the bank confirmed to the Washington Business Journal, is expected to open at 1667 Silver Hill Road in the spring of 2020. It will serve as a full-service regional center for the often-named “bank to the stars” for its client roster of famous names.
Whole Foods Market Inc. will open the doors to its new 70,000-square-foot store at The Boro in Tysons on the eve of Halloween
Brooklyn Boulders will open in NoMa in 2020.
Ranked by S.F. in metro-area tenant representation deals in 2018
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Santouka is bringing its tonkatsu broth bowls to a massive new development
Crane Watch is in a constant state of flux, as it should be.
Yardbird Southern Table & Bar, the Southern-inspired restaurant group known for its fried chicken, has settled on a home for its D.C. location. The restaurant will take the 8,000-square-foot former Acadiana space at 901 New York Ave. NW.
A West Coast shoe company is lacing up a Short Pump location.
While its competitors are crumbling, the 154-year-old retailer has had 30 consecutive years of growth
A former grocery store is getting new life as a heath and fitness center.
Sprouts Farmers Market will open its Bel Air store Wednesday, marking the third location the grocer has brought to the Baltimore area within the past 16 months.
Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser was there.
414 Light Street in Otterbein/Inner Harbor has its first retail business in operation as Ramen Utsuke opened last month in a 2,071 sq. ft. space. Ramen Utsuke is owned by Shigehiko “Jacky” Okiebisu and is a sister restaurant of Fell’s Point’s Kippo Ramen.
A new office-to-residential conversion is scheduled to deliver soon just blocks from Eisenhower Avenue Metro station.
The owner of the Boulevard at Capital Centre shopping center is thinking big when it comes to its revamp, with plans to begin work on a $200 million first phase later this year.
Aussie coffee chain Bluestone Lane continues to blanket the D.C. area with its “avocado smash” toasts and flat whites, having just added a sixth area cafe in the heart of Scott Circle last week.
Coworking company Spaces will open a 50,000-square-foot, two-floor outpost at The Boro in Tysons, The Meridian Group announced Thursday.