County Board Unanimously Approves Ballston Mall Project
The Arlington County Board unanimously approved the redevelopment of Ballston Common Mall at its meeting last night.
Arlington May Invest $55M in Ballston Mall Redevelopment
On November 17, the Arlington County Board will consider the public-private partnership agreement and site plan amendments to the $300 million Ballston Mall redevelopment.
New owner for NSF’s Ballston complex, major renovations planned
Stafford Place, the Ballston office complex anchored by the exiting National Science Foundation, is again under the control of a single owner.
Jamestown Completes Acquisition of Stafford Place
Leading national real estate investment and management firm Jamestown, L.P., announced today their acquisition of Stafford Place I – a 587,036-square-foot, 12-story Class A office building located at 4201 Wilson Boulevard.
Car2Go is coming to Arlington. But you can’t get one there and return it in D.C.
In a few weeks, Car2Go — the popular rental company that offers tiny two-seaters for short-term use — will expand its operations from the District into Arlington.
SER review: Thoughtful Spanish dining, if you can hear yourself think
Order the suckling pig at SER, and the glistening tray’s appealing looks make a powerful first impression. Its sound will, too.
September to put Ballston Quarter project back in the spotlight
September will bring a renewed push as an Arlington government advisory panel gets into the weeds on the proposal to redevelop Ballston Common Mall.
Arlington Arts Center Director Leaving for New Position
After four years, Stefanie Fedor is leaving the center to lead the Visual Arts Center of Richmond, she announced.
Be Courageous in Ballston
Everyone could use a little courage now and then. Courage is what allows us to face our fears, take risks, and try something new. Courage is the stuff of which great people are made of.
Arlington Courage Wall: Overcoming Fear To Achieve Dreams
The Courage Wall was unveiled in Ballston’s Welburn Square on Thursday afternoon, July 2. Ballston residents and visitors are invited to use a piece of chalk from one of the buckets hanging on the Courage Wall to share their wishes and express their joys and fears on the blank lines.