Locally born salad chain, Sweetgreen, announced a five-month, fully paid parental leave policy “to provide a more just benefit to all parents, creating a new standard in the restaurant industry.”
If you’re a car geek, this Potomac mansion that just hit the market for $7.95 million is right up your alley.
The White House grounds are getting an upgrade, with two new buildings designed to meet the demands of a “growing presidency” — and to, let’s face it, look and function better than they do now.
The overhaul also includes a new bowling venue and lounge, a new public plaza, public art and “dynamic green space,” development owners say.
The County Board voted unanimously Saturday to change the regulations covering detached accessory dwelling. The measure is expected to increase the number of rental units across the county.
The Northwest D.C. home of former BET Networks chief executive Debra Lee is off the market. It reportedly went under contract last week for $9.5 million.
The company is looking for a “principal product manager,” who will work with designers and engineers to “create new developer features” for Alexa, according to the listing.
Two members of the D.C. Council are calling foul on a city department’s approval of a $46 million tax abatement for the Line hotel D.C.
Gordon Ernst, the embattled former Georgetown tennis coach named in the high-profile college admissions scandal, is selling his Chevy Chase home for nearly $2 million.
Source Cuisine outbid Patten and restaurant chain Cosi for the shuttered Philly-style hoagie chain’s assets in a bankruptcy auction.
The Arlington home of real estate developer Todd Hitt — who pleaded guilty in February to eight counts of fraud — has found a buyer, according to court documents.
Alexandria’s Carlyle Design Review Board is scheduled to take an initial look April 25 at a nearly 400,000-square-foot office building planned for 2395 Mill Road.
When Eric Roy pitched his water filter business, Hydroviv, to investors of ABC’s “Shark Tank,” they weren’t all sold. But the D.C. chemist didn’t need them all. He came for Mark Cuban who, after challenging…
The Maryland mom, a college swimmer with a 30-year finance career, brought Denver-based SwimLabs to Gaithersburg last fall as the franchise’s 14th location.
Gov. Ralph Northam doesn’t want Virginia’s online sales tax used to pay Amazon.com Inc.’s promised $750 million incentive deal. At least not yet.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.