Winner of Ballston Restaurant Challenges Seeks More Funds on Kickstarter
Christiana Candon won a year of free rent, a $245,000 interest-free loan, free legal services, and free financial advising as the winner of Ballston BID’s controversial Restaurant Challenge. Now she’s seeking an additional $15,000 via Kickstarter for her Spanish restaurant, which will be called SER (Simple, Easy, Real).
Business Meets Art
The Ballston Business Improvement District switched into art aficionado mode Aug. 7 when it unveiled two public art installations during the Ballston Mega Market.
Ballston’s Public-Art Docket: Disruption! Innovation! Apps Galore!
While Ballston may be a few hoodies and several trillion dollars short of Silicon Valley, the brotastic Virginia outpost is making a bid, via the Ballston BID, at upping its public-art game and tech cred in one intrapreneurial blow.
The Ballston Business Improvement District unveiled “Beachfront Potential” and “Missed Connections,” on Thursday, Aug. 7.
Ballston Showcases Interactive, Public Art Projects
Among farmers’ market attendees, corporate commuters, and bar-goers in Ballston last Thursday night (Aug. 7), something else stood out.
Ballston’s ‘Blue Goose’ building to be torn down as neighborhood modernization gets underway
Arlington’s Ballston neighborhood is undergoing a total transformation, with new restaurants and condominiums popping up, but now some of its most well-known buildings are getting a makeover—including Marymount University’s “Blue Goose.”
Ask Adam: The Future of Ballston
I just watched the Ballston BID development plan video on YouTube.
Developer’s Plan: Turn Ballston Mall Inside Out
The mall on the oddly shaped intersection at Wilson Boulevard and North Glebe Road has been on the cutting edge of retail more than once.
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.
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.