Washington Business Journal
Janitors for Fort Belvoir will strike Tuesday morning if the Atlanta-based federal contractor they work for refuses to come to the table to renegotiate the terms of their contract.
The District is moving quickly to enact rules that will allow developers to take advantage of key changes in the recently amended federal Height Act.
The high volume of travel plans and tickets purchased online offers cyber criminals the opportunity to target consumers, travel and ticketing websites for personal profit.
RareSweets owner and pastry chef Meredith Tomason might not have been able to articulate how she wanted her new CityCenterDC bakery to look, but she knew exactly what she didn't want. It involved words like "cutesy," "lacey" and "feminine."
Most hospitals use CT scans as their default first-line test to diagnose stroke, but a local hospital takes a different approach.
You can earn frequent flier miles by flying, and now you can earn them by flying from BWI.
If you own a drone, you need to know where you can and cannot fly it.
The next stop for Petworth's Three Little Pigs is actually just one flight up.
Exclusive: Tory Burch on life 'perpetually' out of her comfort zone and why big risks pay big dividends
It's been 10 years since Tory Burch opened her first retail store on Elizabeth Street in New York City, and what started as buzz over medallioned ballet flats and vintage-chic tunics, is now a full-blown roar.
The homeownership rate among Americans under 35 years old has dropped to 36 percent from 42 percent less than a decade ago, but the National Association of Realtors says there are metropolitan areas where millennial homeownership is likely to grow in coming years.
Dave & Buster's has lost its court fight to keep its restaurant at White Flint Mall open.
Level 2 Development, part of the team working with Edens to remake part of the 45-acre Union Market in Northeast D.C., is spreading out with plans to redevelop another site nearby.
It seems like a new specialty fitness concept is popping up every other week in D.C. — possibly a byproduct of the region's permanent spot near the top of lists of the nation's fittest cities.
The Arlington County Board has approved Vornado's plan to transform an old 1960s Crystal City office building into micro-unit apartments.
A new inspector general's report ranks the nation's capitol as No. 1 in the nation for late mail delivery.
Summer isn't slowing down the D.C. restaurant openings, with the past week bringing a beer hall, a new downtown restaurant and bar, and a Chevy Chase lunch spot.
A veteran of some of D.C.'s most well-known kitchens is ready to run his own shop.
Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has a contract to sell his multimillion-dollar home
Ben's Chili Bowl opens its Reagan National Airport location Wednesday in the pre-security lower level of the B/C Terminal.
The commute from Chuck Kuhn's Purcellville farm to the Gaithersburg offices of JK Moving Services is about 80 minutes.
The D.C. region's dogs want for little, between doggy spa days and organic, artisan dog food. Now, if they've had a few too many truffle mac-n-cheese treats, there's a place they can go to get in shape.
A lawyer turned baker is turning her online cake pop business into a brick-and-mortar venture, and she's picked a good location for her first store.
We now have a final answer on what flag will fly on Alexandria's first waterfront hotel. The Carr Hospitality-owned hotel will be a Hotel Indigo, a brand from the InterContinental Hotels Group.
Just 12 states and D.C. are represented on the list.
The new CNBC show "Restaurant Startup" aims to be the "Shark Tank" for eateries. But instead of just pitching the business plan, the contestants are expected to put money where their customer's mouth is.
Clark Realty Capital's 10th Street Flats, a proposed 150,000-square-foot mixed-use project planned for Clarendon, is on the Arlington Board's next agenda and appears likely to win approval.
Pennsylvania Avenue, between the White House and the U.S. Capitol, is in a down period.
About a third of the Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art and Design's 465 employees are slated be laid off as soon as mid-August.
Whenever there's a holiday, I look forward to getting caught up in the office, simply because I know my email traffic will be significantly less. I've even gone so far as to schedule big projects to work on around the Fourth of July and Labor Day because I know I'll have more time to devote. I don't think I'm alone on this one.
It's taken almost two years, but Willow chef/owner Tracy O'Grady and pastry chef/owner Kate Jansen think they've nearly perfected their gluten-free bread.
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