Washington Business Journal
CVS has leased the former Safeway space at the Watergate complex in D.C. and plans to open a 13,000-square-foot store there next spring.
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The United Nations Foundation will consolidate two Washington offices into one, larger location.
For the first time this year, Georgetown University students are using their identification cards to access funds in PNC checking, savings and money market accounts.
The federal government's real estate agents apparently work up quite an appetite.
Inova Fair Oaks Hospital will break ground Friday on a $31 million medical office building that will house a radiation oncology cancer center, becoming the fourth hospital within the Inova system to provide radiation therapy.
District taxi drivers on Monday urged city administrators to create strict regulations for sedan drivers, including those working for popular town car service Uber.
There will soon be one less bank headquartered in Prince George's County.
Tysons Corner-based Cardinal Bank, one of Northern Virginia's fastest growing financial institutions, is opening its second branch in the District.
Before you are ready to write your resume, you need to think about who will be reading it and what impression you want to create.
Rockville-based MOM's Organic Market opens its ninth Washington-area store this week at the new Mosaic District in Merrifield.
Executives at The JBG Cos. said they plan to open a Trader Joe's grocery store in an apartment building under construction on 14th Street NW, just south of U Street, next year.
After remaining virtually flat the previous year, compensation for workers in the Washington region rose 2.1 percent in 2012.
Dozens of D.C. residents strapped on roller skates Sunday for the chance to become an extra in a skating-themed short comedy film shot in Northwest Washington.
D.C.-based website Fundrise, which debuted earlier this month, is allowing District and Virginia residents to buy into 1351 H St. NE, a building that will house a hybrid food and retail market when it opens early next year.
Washington Design Center vendors, which are the current occupants at 300 D St. SW, are scrambling to find a new home after the building was sold in July for $50 million, the first step toward turning the property into a Bible museum.
Because of the rising demand in apartment homes, 65 percent of multifamily companies added employees last year, according to a survey by the National Multi Housing Council, based in the District.
The District's bid to finally redevelop a vacant 17,008-square-foot parcel in Shaw has netted more than a half dozen responses that would seem to run the gamut from affordable housing to a hotel
A call to tie Pepco management's compensation to the reliability of the company's power system has earned a predictable response from the utility.
EverFi Inc., a D.C.-based education technology company, has raised $10 million in a Series B funding round.
Delta Air Lines Inc. will soon have a new treat for oenophiles flying cross-country.
A group of residents at the Onyx on First apartments in D.C.'s Capital Riverfront neighborhood are weighing possible plans to acquire the 266-unit structure under a city law that gives renters the option to submit a competing bid for ownership of their building.
A Federal Aviation Administration program that would transform air traffic control and contribute billions of dollars to contractors' coffers could be scaled down and delayed a decade if $1.2 trillion in automatic federal cuts occur as scheduled on Jan. 2, according to a new report.
Lansdowne Resort has tapped former culinary director and chef for the Disney empire on both coasts Hans Rouillard as its new executive chef.
Located on 5 acres adjacent to the Minnesota Avenue Metro station, Park 7 is slated to include 376 residential units (92 percent affordable to households earning 60 percent or less of the area median income), 20,000 square feet of retail and 255 parking spaces. The remaining residential units will be market rate apartments.
The Fairfax County Economic Development Authority worked with 33 businesses in the second quarter that are expected to add nearly 800 jobs in the county.
Amazon.com Inc. says it will offer a textbook rental service for college students.
Shake Shack, the New York-based burger chain that draws lines of devoted fans each day at its Dupont Circle location, will open next year within the International Spy Museum Complex.
Vienna-based Navy Federal Credit Union will nearly double the size of its customer call center in Winchester.