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07/01/14

Our Man in Arlington

Ballston Common Mall looks deserted at the moment. Perhaps that’s because I’m here at 6:30 a.m. reporting for weekday duty working out at Sport and Health.

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06/24/14

Ballston Common Mall's New Look

Last night, the Ballston BID celebrated another big year at its annual meeting.

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06/24/14

Renderings: What to expect at a redeveloped Ballston Common Mall

We’re getting a closer look at what a redeveloped Ballston Common Mall will look like, complete with a 393-unit residential tower, street-facing retail and pedestrian plaza.

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06/24/14

New Apartments, ‘Town Center’ Planned for Revamped Ballston Mall

The future plans for the Ballston Common Mall include demolishing the Macy’s Furniture Store and parts of the current mall to build a 29-story residential tower and an open-air town center along Wilson Blvd, officials announced Monday night.

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06/18/14

Stay Arlington: Ballston

Ballston, Arlington's epicenter for discovery, brings a dynamic mix of business and leisure.

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06/05/14

Casita Declared Restaurant Challenge Winner as Albisu Withdraws

The Ballston Business Improvement District’s Restaurant Challenge is over before its long-promoted “Top Chef”-style cookoff could begin.

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06/03/14

Ballston Trees Cut Down for Landscape Improvements

More than a dozen trees that lined the median of Fairfax Drive in Ballston were chopped down this weekend to make room for a new landscaping project.

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06/02/14

Victor Albisu pulls out of Ballston restaurant competition

Chef Victor Albisu, one of the finalists in the Ballston Business Improvement District’s restaurant incubator challenge, has pulled out of the competition just two days before its grand finale

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06/02/14

Albisu Pulls Out of Ballston Restaurant Competition

And then there was one.

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06/01/14

Ladies Not Waiting

The women leading Rosslyn, Ballston and Crystal City's business improvement districts aren't sitting idly as Metropolitan Washington's development rolls on.

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