Modern Country: Middleburg

August 23, 2017

When we think of residents inside the Beltway going to live full time in the country, Middleburg, Virginia, comes immediately to mind. The historic village, which calls itself “The Nation’s […]

How to: Build It in D.C.

July 27, 2017

The Build It in D.C. conference — a one-stop-shop to connect with D.C. government decision makers, get access to permitting and regulatory information and learn from industry leaders— was held […]

Rents Too High? Get Creative.

July 26, 2017

Georgetown is more than 260 years old and internationally recognized. No matter where you travel, when you say you live in Georgetown, everyone recognizes the name — and wants to […]

Ins & Outs


IN (Soon): Marine Layer Marine Layer, a San Francisco clothing story named for an air mass that forms over water (such as San Francisco Bay) due to a temperature inversion, […]

RISING TIDES How the Wharf Is Set to Redefine D.C.

July 12, 2017

Phase 1 of the Wharf, the multibillion-dollar project springing up from the Southwest waterfront, is set to open Oct. 12. PN Hoffman’s Monty Hoffman couldn’t be more excited for Washingtonians […]

Wawa Gets Mixed Reception in Georgetown


The proposed Wawa “urban concept” at 1222 Wisconsin Avenue, currently occupied by Restoration Hardware, got a mixed reception at the June 29 ANC meeting. On hand were Wawa’s Susan Bratton, […]

Letter to the Editor


I fully support the Georgetown-Burleith Advisory Neighborhood Commission in its opposition to the proposed Wawa retail developments. Such retail brands in prominent Georgetown locations will only dilute Georgetown’s quality and […]

It’s Official: Wawa Is Coming to Georgetown

June 26, 2017

Wawa Inc. announced that its second D.C. store, as part of its expansion into the Washington, D.C., market, will be in the heart of Georgetown — at the corner of […]

What’s Up With Retail? Rents Too High?

June 21, 2017

Part 1: Leases, Landlords and Tenants This is the age of the receding retail presence. Across the country, storefronts are displaying vacancy signs in increasing numbers, whether at the mall […]