Taste of Arlington
On Sunday, May 15, the Ballston Business Improvement District will host the 29th annual Taste of Arlington presented by BallstonGives and benefiting the Arlington Food Assistance Center (AFAC).
Celebrate Taste of Arlington Sunday, May 15th!
With 50 restaurants, live music, 400-ft pop-up bar, bark park, and KidZone there’s something for everyone at this beloved community event.
Taste of Arlington
On Sunday, May 15, this annual event transforms Ballston into a lively street festival, complete with local entertainment, dynamic sponsors, children's activities, and best of all - food. Lots and lots of food!
Arlington Neighborhood Outlook: Along the Corridor
New retail and commercial spaces fill Rosslyn and Ballston.
Deschutes Brewery’s Street Pub Tour Starts Its 2016 Season in Arlington, VA
Deschutes Brewery is kicking off its 2016 Street Pub Tour in Arlington, Virginia in conjunction with the Taste of Arlington festival. The brewery is bringing its pop-up pub of epic proportions and setting up shop on Sunday, May 15 from noon to 7pm.
Big Moves On The Horizon In Ballston
There’s change in the air in Ballston, where a slew of high-profile developments are set to completely remake the retail and residential scenes when they start delivering in the months and years ahead.
Forest City lines up Australian partner for Ballston Common redevelopment
Forest City Realty Trust Inc. has gotten a significant financial boost from an Australian partner as it prepares to launch a $317 million redevelopment of Ballston Common Mall in Arlington County.
MOBILE PUB SET TO BE A BIG HIT AT TASTE OF ARLINGTON
This year’s Taste of Arlington is shaping up to be bigger, better and more boozy than ever before.
Huge 22-Story Building in Ballston Will Have Office, Retail, Residential Space
The Liberty Center at 4040 Wilson Boulevard will be the "first of its kind," developers say.
Ballston trifecta: Office, residential and a Vida Fitness all in one high-rise
What do you do when you have an approved 400,000-square-foot office project in Arlington County, where the office vacancy is more than 20 percent? You get creative.