Washington Business Journal
JM Zell Partners Ltd. is studying plans to build a 240-room hotel at its Carlyle Plaza development in Alexandria that could stand to benefit from the National Science Foundation's planned relocation from Ballston to the city in 2017.
The rebuilding of Capitol Hill's iconic Frager's Hardware may start with the total demolition of what's left of the fire ravaged properties.
Hunt Valley, Md.-based television station owner Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. will buy Allbritton Communications television stations for $985 million.
Most every world-class city has a world-class waterfront. Could D.C. be next on that list?
A half-dozen major retailers have signed a letter to D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray urging him to veto the large retailer living wage bill, threatening to "revisit" expansion plans if the legislation is enacted.
It looks like Greater Washington's red-hot apartment market is finally cooling off.
A three judge panel of the D.C. Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday that the city's water did not cause "pinhole" pipe leaks that appeared in a handful of Northwest D.C. apartment buildings.
Patrick Kelly thought he had the day off Friday, until he heard the news from the Vatican press that Pope John Paul II had been cleared for sainthood. That's when the calls and emails to Kelly, executive director of the Blessed John Paul II Shrine in the District, started pouring in.
Toki Underground chef/owner Erik Bruner-Yang will move ahead with a pop-up of his forthcoming market and restaurant, Maketto.
The city of Alexandria has received an unsolicited proposal to turn the 15-acre Hensley Park, between Eisenhower Avenue and the Capital Beltway, into a massive sports and entertainment complex featuring baseball, ice hockey, rock climbing and more.
As if running award-winning restaurants, writing cookbooks and teaching classes at Harvard and George Washington universities weren't enough to keep chef Jose Andres busy, his D.C.-based ThinkFoodGroup has started a retail business selling Spanish oils and foods.
Transurban Ltd., the builder and long-term operator of the Interstate 495 and Interstate 95 express lanes, has moved its U.S. headquarters from New York to Fairfax County. The company operates two toll roads in the U.S., both in Virginia.
Health insurance companies must return a total of $30 million to nearly 600,000 customers across Maryland, the District and Virginia under provisions of the 2010 federal health care law.
The District's small business community has a new advocate, and it's coming out firing.
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