Washington Business Journal
Shoes Cup and Cork Club, the popular coffee shop on North King Street that closed its doors suddenly over the holidays in late 2012, will be reopening under new management this summer
While the warm weather in states like Florida or Arizona may make them a popular choice when deciding where to live after your working years, the study considered other factors, including cost of living, access to medical care and crime.
Some District lawmakers are proposing legislation that would move back D.C.'s 2014 primary election by more than two months
The Montgomery County Council on Monday will debate three polarizing contract agreements that would give thousands of union employees double-digit pay raises over two years.
The owner of three vacant commercial buildings in the heart of downtown D.C., all tied inexorably to the sputtering Armenian Genocide Museum project, has applied to knock them down.
Arlington's Artisphere is over budget for the third year in a row and needs an extra $800,000 from the county to stay afloat.
The proprietor of Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak and Stone Crab is in the final stages of negotiations for its first outpost east of Chicago in an 18,000-square-foot former bank branch a block from the White House.
Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic LP has signed a three-year extension to carry some D.C. United games.
Developer Banneker Ventures is suing D.C. Council member Jim Graham in connection with a disputed Metro real estate deal on Florida Avenue NW that Graham was involved in during his tenure on the transit agency's board of directors.
University System of Maryland schools are expecting enrollment to grow about 15 percent over the next 10 years.
Safeway Inc. has reopened a newly renovated location at the Belle View Shopping Center in Alexandria.
A D.C. Council bill that would require large retailers to pay higher wages will get a hearing next Wednesday before the Business, Consumer and Regulatory Affairs committee.
Layoffs announced Tuesday by Rosetta Stone Inc., a maker of language-learning software, will mostly spare its Arlington headquarters, which will lose nine positions under organizational shifts the company is making.
Since he opened The Continental in Philadelphia nearly two decades ago, Stephen Starr has had his eye on D.C. Now a Starr restaurant in the District is finally happening, as he prepares to open Le Diplomate on 14th Street NW later this month.
The D.C. Taxicab Commission says taxi and sedan service Uber is charging an automatic 20 percent tip on cab rides booked through its app or website, a practice the agency says is illegal.
Groupon Inc. Co-chairman Ted Leonsis will jointly lead the Chicago-based daily deal giant while its board seeks a permanent replacement for Andrew Mason.
Busboys and Poets will bring its quirky combination of coffeehouse, restaurant and neighborhood gathering place to D.C.'s Takoma neighborhood in 2014.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., has purchased a Penn Quarter condo for $740,000.
Nonprofit hospital operator Novant Heath will rebrand its 13 hospitals in four states under one name, including Prince William Hospital.
Banks based in the Washington area are coming off their most profitable year ever, according to data released Tuesday by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Ever see the rows of German luxury cars lining the streets in D.C. and wonder how all those people can afford them? As it turns out, Washington-area residents have a lot more money to spend on their cars than people do in any other major U.S. city.
Sunstone Hotel Investors Inc. has completed a $30 million renovation of rooms and suites at its Renaissance Washington, D.C. Downtown Hotel.
Catholic University of America was issued a permit Friday to construct a single-family "unit" at 620 Michigan Ave. NE, on its campus. New student housing? Faculty residence? Nope.
Developers are re-working plans for two Wal-Mart stores in the District on East Capitol Street and New York Avenue NE.
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