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.
Whole Foods Is Eyeing Ballston. Here's Where It Might Land
Saul Centers is planning on building one of the largest residential projects in Ballston with a 43k SF grocery store on the ground floor, a potential landing spot for the neighborhood's first Whole Foods.
The Courage Wall Is Coming to Ballston
Ballston residents are about to get the chance to be more courageous — or at least more honest.
Arlington leaders pledge swift decisions on Ballston redevelopment
The redevelopment of Ballston Common Mall may serve as an indicator of whether Arlington residents and the county government will give way on lengthy public processes in order to land major economic benefits.
Ballston Improvement District to Hold Annual Meeting Next Week
The BID’s CEO, Tina Leone, will discuss the BID’s successes throughout the year and outline ongoing strategies.
DC Goes to Vegas!
Last night we were thrilled to host a party in Las Vegas for 650 DC area folks at the Wynn hotel's glamorous Tryst nightclub; we were all there for a big annual retail expo.
The judges at Sunday’s Taste of Arlington event in Ballston selected four winners among the dozens of restaurants that participated.
Enjoying the 28th Annual Taste of Arlington
More than 50 Arlington restaurants served up sample tastings at the 28th annual Taste of Arlington on Sunday, May 17, in Ballston.
Arlington’s Hottest New Retail Concepts Target Millennials
Announced today at ICSC RECon in Vegas, Arlington's Ballston Common Mall will now officially go by Ballston Quarter.
Taste of Arlington!
This weekend we went to Ballston's 28th Annual Taste of Arlington on Wilson Boulevard.