The restaurant and arcade spars with the mall’s owners in court over whether it is allowed to stay.
Here’s why Ashburn and its environs have become the “Center of the Internet.”
President Obama’s budget would allow the Department of Homeland Security to continue to consolidate operations at St. Elizabeths and create a new cyber campus.
The deal follows District-based CoStar’s acquisition of LoopNet.
Philadelphia-based company buying former mall seven months before its expected re-opening.
With mayoral campaigns buzzing, team launches Web site to build support for plan to build new stadium on Buzzard Point.
Three towering buildings and a 55,000-square-foot elevated plaza are turning an empty lot into ground zero for a new Tysons.
Last day for Capital Bagel Bakery will be tomorrow after landlord pulls the plug.
New stores will be connected to Tysons Corner station on Metro’s Silver Line.
Upkeep of the turf has some events moving, but others may have no where to go.
After three years, developer may walk away from Clarksburg project if county passes Ten Mile Creek rules.
Seattle brokerage and advisory firm worries over sluggish performance. WRIT says it has a plan to improve.
After long historic preservation saga, demolition begins on Brutalist concrete church.
Rockville company and its new CEO come under pressure from shareholders in tough real estate market.
Company behind Union Market and the Mosaic District plots its next act on First Street in Alexandria
Not everyone credits D.C. mayor for city’s boom, and results are not in yet for efforts across the Anacostia River.
A mayoral candidate who chairs the economic development committee, Bowser has the power to block Gray’s proposal.
Founded in 1869, the museum is Washington’s oldest private art museum and has long hosted a college of art and design.
There’s traffic, construction and no Silver Line (yet) but also soaring views, rooftop pools and 24-hour concierges.
Jonathan O'Connell has covered land use and development in the Washington area for more than five years. His stories reflect the relationships between local communities and the built environment, whether it's the changing nature of suburbs, the value of walkability or what to do with the FBI headquarters. Jonathan is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and lives with his family in the District's Petworth neighborhood.