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Neighborhood group supports liquor license for Barracks Row restaurant

The former Craze Burger space is is one step closer to getting a new restaurant. 

At DCPL's new maker space, motto is "if you build it, they will build it"

The investment proves that the library isn't just about books anymore; these tools give people new ways to interact with information, library associate Joseph Koivisto says.

HR-57 owner Tony Puesan dishes on his upcoming outdoor music venue behind Union Market

It’s a little delayed but it is coming.

Northeast is growing by leaps and bounds. Here's a photo tour

See how Northeast has changed in this virtual tour - or hop on a bike and see for yourself.

As apartments and condos go up, downtown DC is becoming an after-work location

The Downtown DC Business Improvement District's annual State of Downtown shed light on how downtown D.C. is evolving.

Mayor cuts ribbon on new Ward 8 pool

The Barry Farm aquatic center, replacing an outdoor pool, opened Dec. 13 and features a lap pool, a leisure pool and a waterslide. And that's just the beginning.

DC's first cakepop shop to open this month near zoo

Baked by Yael cakepop shop is opening at the end of the month near the Smithsonian Zoo. 

Animation studio moving to DC bringing 50 jobs to Capitol Riverfront

Pigmental Studios, which announced earlier this year it was relocating from Los Angeles to D.C., is in negotiations for space at the Boilermaker building in Capitol Riverfront/Navy Yard.

Peek inside the newest organic market in DC, at the Hecht Warehouse

It's the first MOM's Organic Market in D.C. and the first retailer to open at the Hecht Warehouse, which is being redeveloped and will catalyze growth on New York Ave NE.

Preliminary results from DC's multifamily parking study: there's too much parking

The study is not yet complete, but is already finding that in many places, there's more parking than necessary.

Takoma Park Busboys and Poets will house a coworking space

Busboys and Poets will offer coworking facilities at its new Takoma Park restaurant. The Busboys in Takoma Park and Brookland will both open by the end of the year. 

Busboys and Poets owner cooking up plans for a culinary training center

Busboys and Poets owner Andy Shallal is cooking up plans to develop a culinary training center at the newest store in the works, a standalone building in Anacostia.

Capitol Crossing may have competing food markets, Fort Totten gentrifying, and more

The panel touted as exploring "new development frontiers" didn't exactly deliver said frontiers, but tidbits from existing markets in the District are enticing.

Second DC distillery since Prohibition to open in Ivy City in late summer

One Eight Distilling will distill, package and distribute vodka, gin and whiskey in the up-and-coming Ivy City area.

Logan Hardware, West Elm 14th St NW projects near completion

West Elm should move in to its new 14th street space by September, and Logan Hardware about a month later, developer says.
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