Spanish for “the harvest,” La Cosecha will open with more than a dozen Latin-themed restaurants and retailers at 1270 Fourth Street NE in more than 20,000 square feet.
A new D.C. cafe is creating quite the buzz — and the coffee is only partly responsible.
The 15,000-square-foot Trader Joe’s is part of the Edison Building, a mixed-use project on 4th Street in Northeast D.C. It’s the fourth Trader Joe’s in D.C.
D.C. will be one of the first markets in the U.S. to have a Virgin Hotels, a lifestyle hotel brand by Virgin Group founder Sir Richard Branson.
Politics and Prose is considering wine tastings, workshops and children’s activities at its new Union Market location, which will have access to a venue with room for up to 800 people.
Politics and Prose, a literary staple in D.C. for more than three decades, will open a second smaller location this fall at Union Market in Northeast D.C.
The 12-story building called The Highline is planned to open in the rapidly expanding Union Market area of Northeast D.C. in the first half of 2018.
“The food hall market trend is moving extremely fast. In the first nine months of 2016, the number of food hall projects increased by 37 percent, which is huge,” said Cushman & Wakefield’s Chris Hunt.
Retailer West Elm’s 6,100-square-foot holiday pop-up store will add a local spin to its selection of housewares and furnishings.
There is no shortage of distilleries in D.C. — but there is a shortage of rum. That will change on Nov. 12 when Cotton & Reed opens its doors at Union Market.
Union Market is now one of D.C.’s hottest destinations. And one Washingtonian has played a major role in its history and modernization.
A popular Northeast D.C. “foodie” neighborhood is adding a 20,000 square-foot Latin market, designed and curated by Jose Garces. Here’s what you can expect.
An SUV crashed into a Northeast Washington gelato and coffee shop on Saturday, injuring four people.
A new retail spot opens up in a popular D.C. destination.
Now in its 12th year, Crafty Bastards is back, and it’s bigger than ever with more than 170 vendors selling everything from handmade leather bags to illustrated cookbooks, ceramics, comics and more.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.