Companies tapped to build 280 apartments and retail near Red Line station in Northeast.
Four grocery stores recently opened in the same D.C. neighborhood. How do they stack up?
The college is closed but still battling scorned buyer Monument Realty in court.
As plans for an Aspen Hill Wal-Mart collapse, world's biggest retailer has to recalibrate.
Deal with developer JBG is biggest yet for service displaying transit availability.
After extensive search, political news publisher will move into office next door to its current Rosslyn digs.
Officials point to construction or preservation of units toward 2020 goal.
The 28,000-square-foot store is the company's fifth in D.C.
Vornado bought the mall in a 2010 foreclosure auction for $61 million.
Here are 10 other properties around the region that help illustrate the ripple effects of the government's mandate to trim its real estate footprint.