Washington Business Journal
Nothing but the best for The Donald. José Andrés will bring his star culinary talent to the Trump International Hotel, Washington, D.C.
Pentagon City will lose its Costco, but not until most of us are old and gray.
The dream could soon become a reality for the nonprofit that has been working for more than five years to convert the abandoned former trolley station beneath Dupont Circle into an underground arts hub and community gathering space.
Cathedral Commons, a new mixed-use development on Wisconsin Avenue in Northwest D.C., will get several more local businesses come spring, with developer The Bozzuto Group announcing seven new retail and restaurant leases this week.
Coming soon to a D.C. neighborhood near you: The Halal Guys, a kabob chain straight from the streets of New York City.
>Z-Burger founder Peter Tabibian is accusing his business partners of breach of contract over ownership and profits of the six-store local burger chain — claims the partners say are unfounded.
The Georgetown theater property will be converted from "assembly" to a mix of retail, office and four residential units. Plus, a new pizza place on MacArthur Blvd. NW.
Two months after the River Falls Seafood Market in Potomac abruptly closed its doors, the high-end market will be reborn as the Market at River Falls under new ownership.
Former NFL star and former NFL Players Association President Domonique Foxworth was busy this fall.
Marriott International has millennials in mind with its new-to-the-U.S. brand, AC Hotels.
Jeff Black's next move.
D.C. Mayor-elect Muriel Bowser is expected to announce the appointment of Alexandria City Manager Rashad Young as the District's new city administrator on Tuesday, according to NBC Washington.
A recent Bankrate.com survey found nearly half of young people between the ages of 18 and 29 prefer a health insurance plan with a high monthly premium and a low deductible.
Smithsonian Enterprises, the branding, revenue-generating arm of the Smithsonian Institution, is in the market for a media management agent to develop, package, promote, sell and exploit the institution's intellectual property for use in feature and Imax films.
BWI/Marshall Airport tops this year's list of airports with the healthiest dining options, according to the Washington-based Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.
Ten landowners in Arlington accounted for nearly 20 percent of all real property taxes paid to the county in fiscal year 2014, according to the recently released Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.
Seattle-based Starbucks Corp. has opened its first Starbucks Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room, as it looks to expand its Reserve line of pricey, small-batch coffee.
MedStar Health, which has a prominent sports medicine practice, is now the official medical team partner for the Washington Capitals and Wizards.
Management company LCOR Inc. followed the lead of a growing number of communities around the U.S. and pursued dog owners who leave behind their pup's mess.
Outdoors retailer REI is looking closely at planting its flag on the ground floor of Douglas Development Corp.'s Uline Arena, the famed Northeast D.C. venue that hosted the first U.S. concert by The Beatles, but has not officially committed to leasing space in the project.
Hoagies should never be this hard.
The General Services Administration has kicked off a new space search for the State Department's Diplomatic Security bureau in either Foggy Bottom or Arlington County, reviving an effort it called off nearly two years ago.
The new, upscale culinary scene established by Union Market in D.C.'s NoMa neighborhood will add a new cuisine in the coming years: Latin.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices will debut in the Washington area Thursday, affiliating with one of the region's largest residential real estate brokerages.
CVS Caremark is adding to a few more MinuteClinics to its ranks of retail medical care in D.C.
Real property assessments have reached new post-Great Recession highs in four Greater Washington jurisdictions but remain behind 2008-10 levels in nine others, according to a new report from George Mason University's Center for Regional Analysis.
Loudoun County's voting public overwhelmingly supports "Ashburn" for the name of the planned Route 772 Silver Line Metro station. For the Route 606 station, opinions vary.
MyEyeDr. has acquired Eye Care Associates, a major player in the Research Triangle eye care scene in North Carolina.
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