WASHINGTON — Why build a new bridge over the Potomac River when a sky gondola would do the trick — at least, that’s what the Georgetown Business Improvement District says. The organization proposed a gondola…
Cafe Assorti will reopen as Bistro 360, a
restaurant, wine bar and gourmet market.
Skyscraper construction near the Rosslyn Metro stop may force some food trucks to relocate or scale back their visits to the lunch hot spot.
Dubbed \”Rosslyn Commons,\” the development will consist of 25 upscale, single-family attached townhomes on a \”large landscaped plaza.\” It\’s being built on what is now a vacant lot along N. Oak Street.
Zoobean, which started out as a Pandora-like service for curating and delivering children\’s books personalized to each child\’s needs, has expanded into recommending early childhood education smartphone apps.
Several cherry trees were chopped down this week, while fully flowered, for a new landscape design in Rosslyn.
The Rosslyn Outdoor Film Festival, the Rosslyn Business Improvement District\’s weekly summer film series at Gateway Park, will have a work theme for 2014.
Several Arlington County officials will be on hand next week to unveil a high-tech \”bikeometer,\” on the Custis Trail in Rosslyn.
The skybridge over N. Lynn and N. Moore Streets in Rosslyn closed to pedestrians Tuesday and, starting this weekend, will be taken down permanently.
A man is dead after a serious crash in Rosslyn Friday morning.
Where North Lynn Street and Fort Myer Drive meet, so do pedestrians and cars.
The iconic Ben\’s Chili Bowl, which just celebrated its 50th anniversary on U Street NW, will open its first Virginia location in the former home of the original Ray\’s Hellburger in Rosslyn.
Metro\’s Silver Line, scheduled to open early next year, has
changed the dynamic in Northern Virginia. The transit-oriented
Arlington office corridor is shifting north and west.
Don\’t be surprised if you see a house advertisement in Politico
soon seeking space for rent in the Rosslyn area.
The District-based The Penzance Cos. is planning a major
redevelopment in Rosslyn that could include the historic former
Wilson School, Rosslyn Fire Station No. 10 and 1555 Wilson Blvd.,
an office building it bought for $67 million two years ago.