Washington Business Journal
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.
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority officials will vote Thursday on a proposal to use 78 acres the agency owns at its Greenbelt station to bolster efforts to have a new FBI headquarters built in Prince George's County.
The Boston office of Rasky Baerlein Strategic Communications Inc. will help the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority's new marketing efforts in New England.
The Hotel Monticello in Georgetown, acquired by Florida-based Mast Capital in 2011, is scheduled to reopen in April as The Graham Georgetown.
New census figures released on Monday show that one in seven Washington-region households have incomes that put them in the top 5 percent in the nation.
Amtrak's ambitious plan to turn D.C.'s Union Station into a world-class transportation hub captured the national spotlight Monday afternoon during a three-day conference on high-speed rail prospects.
Two pharmacies on Connecticut Avenue in the District are trying to claim full-service grocery store status in order to get a Class B license to sell beer and wine.
It looks like Fairfax-based MainStreet Bank is in for a fight.
Harris Teeter Inc. has signed a 20-year lease for a 50,000-square-foot store in Bethesda at 8300 Wisconsin Ave.
The St. Regis Washington, D.C. has completely revamped its bar and lobby area to look like an old-school English club.
Maryland casino revenue decreased 2 percent in January, with Hollywood Casino Perryville figures continuing to slide.
The General Services Administration is eyeing a long, drab but well traveled D.C. block for a series of pedestrian-friendly upgrades.
Loudoun County's newest brewery will be a family affair. Chris Burns and his wife, with his father Graham Burns and mother Mary, expect to launch Old Ox Brewery later this year from an Ashburn industrial space.
The D.C. tax office has released its lien against Georgetown Cupcake less than 24 hours after it filed over nearly $190,000 in unpaid sales taxes.