Virginia passed its incentive deal last month, and after a contentious county board meeting, Arlington approved its package Saturday night. So now what?
The National Park Service, D.C. and the Downtown Business Improvement District have submitted what should be the final site and building plans for the 4.79-acre historic urban park, the second-largest park service-owned square in downtown Washington.
The longest federal government shutdown in history took its toll on D.C.’s revenue, but in the long-term, Amazon to the rescue?
The company, which has made two major acquisitions of D.C.-area companies in the last year, has shifted its headquarters from Pasadena, California, to its existing office in Centreville.
After watching lower-end footwear retailers be gobbled up by chains, Maurice Breton made a departure for a new demographic: well-heeled crowds in urban, walkable areas. The D.C. area was the perfect place.
Critics of HQ2, emboldened by Amazon.com Inc.’s nixed New York plans, are hoping to derail the $23 million incentive package Arlington County is weighing for the e-commerce and web services giant.
JBG Smith Properties showed a glimpse of what it wants the Crystal City skyline to look like in a preliminary filing with Arlington County. See the renderings.
U.S. auto manufacturers predict new-vehicle sales will hit a five-year low in 2019 amid rising interest rates and escalating trade tensions abroad.
Maryland is no longer the state with the highest ratio of millionaire households. The state has held the No. 1 spot since 2010, but new 2018 data shows it is down to the No. 4 position.
There were some pretty interesting buyers and sellers involved in last year’s biggest home sales in the region.
The auction description promises a “complete liquidation of its existing studio, editing, broadcast and technical assets.”
Clyde’s Restaurant Group CEO John Laytham, who worked with the stalwart Washington restaurant group for more than 55 years, died Thursday at Washington Hospital Center. He was 74.
It’s not easy to sum up the wild year that was 2018 in a few words, but Washington Business Journal asked a bunch of the region’s top executives to give it a try.
The owner of Chevy Chase-based WeddingWire Inc. has closed on its nearly $1 billion deal to acquire XO Group Inc., parent company of The Knot. May they live happily ever after.
The Falls Church health system decided to only advance the first, 5 million-square-foot phase of expansion for its Inova Center for Personalized Health — one-third of its original plan.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.