Tysons Corner Local Business
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6 hrs ago | via The Washington Post
The Beltway looks as wide as the Mississippi River in Tysons Corner, but just to the north, where the express lanes end, the highway is too narrow for the traffic. Can you please give us an update on the inner loop's express lanes extension? It's been over a year since the construction began. Comment?
Yesterday | via Curbed
With inspiration from Tysons Corner, there are plans to transform the Seven Corners section of Fairfax County into a bustling retail and residential community . According to the Washington Post, there have been members of the community who have criticized these plans, saying that new residents would overwhelm traffic . Comment?
Sunday | via Dallas Morning News
NorthPark Center has leased some of its prime real estate between Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom to Peloton, a spin bike store from New York that's trying to be the Netflix of exercising. It's telling that Peloton, which sells $2,000 exercise bikes and $39-a-month subscriptions for unlimited remote classes, is taking space that was vacated by CachA , a women's apparel chain that liquidated its 300 stores in bankruptcy earlier this year. Comment?
Friday May 29 | via The Washington Post
I don't recall exactly what was going through my mind that morning, 30 years ago this summer, when a group of us in Tysons Corner, Va., launched a start-up called Quantum Computer Services, later renamed America Online. Their 26-year-old son, who had recently left jobs at two Fortune 500 companies inside of three years, was now co-founding a start-up with the audacious aim of making an obscure platform called "online services" - the word "Internet" wasn't common then - part of everyday life. Comment?
Thursday May 28 | via Housing Wire
Trending Thursday is a roundup of the stories shaping the week and what's yet to come through the weekend - also taking into account social media reaction. Think of it as a midweek Monday Morning Cup of Coffee , but with extra caffeine. Comment?
Thursday May 28 | via The Washington Post
At VDOT's Northern Virginia headquarters, people study detailed maps showing the impact of the I-66 HOT lanes plan. Testimony at Wednesday night's public hearing on Virginia's I-66 HOT lanes plan came almost entirely from local residents who fear the project will hurt their properties. Comment?
Wednesday May 27 | via The Washington Post
An older rambler-style home next to a new home built by Merion Homes in Northern Virginia's Pimmit Hills community. Photographer: Heather Perlberg/Bloomberg Merion Homes bought two dozen rambler-style houses in Northern Virginia's Pimmit Hills community for about $450,000 each, just to knock them down. Comment?
Wednesday May 27 | via Freshnews
A-T Solutions Inc ., an internationally recognized leader in counterterrorism based in Vienna, Virginia, announced today that the U.S. Department of the Interior has purchased 1,500 licenses of the company's V6 Easy Street Draw as well as maintenance options for the software over the next four years. Easy Street Draw is an award-winning in-field diagramming tool that A-T Solutions developed for government organizations to enhance the accuracy of reporting crash scenes. Comment?
Wednesday May 27 | via PRWeb
"Earning a place on the Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 list again is a testament to our team's tireless dedication to delivering consistently high quality client service," said Marc Tanowitz, partner, Pace Harmon. For the sixth year, Pace Harmon , a leading business transformation and outsourcing advisory firm, today celebrates its inclusion in the 2015 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100, "Great Supply Chain Projects" list. Comment?
Thursday May 21 | via Investor's Business Daily
Cardinal Bank is pleased to announce that Judy Kellar Box and Mary Kellar have been named Honorary Chairpersons of its 2015 Annual Charity Classic, benefiting Inova Kellar Center and the Cardinal Community Fund. The date for the event is set for Monday, June 8, at the Country Club of Fairfax, Virginia. Comment?
Thursday May 21 | via Small Business Trends
On May 19, 2001, Apple Inc. officially opened its first two retail stores in Tysons Corner, Virginia, and Glendale, California. The initial public opinion was along the lines of Apple being scoffed at and written off by critics as doomed from the start. Comment?
Monday May 18 | via Mass Transit
Kaiser has more than 30 years of experience in planning and finance, specializing in the development and implementation of complex, public-sector programs that involve technical analysis, policy guidance, and building collaborative partnerships. In her new position, Kaiser is responsible for leading all aspects of the firm's Washington, D.C. operations, including business development and marketing, client relationship management, and project performance. Comment?
Wednesday May 13 | via Fairfax Times
This rendering depicts the 70,000 square-foot flagship Whole Foods supermarket currently planned for “The Boro” redevelopment in Tysons Corner. Comment?
Wednesday May 13 | via KNOE-TV Monroe
Bill Atkins, a 48-year-old attorney, was trying to get home to Tysons Corner, Virginia, after a New York business trip. He didn't learn about the train crash until he woke up Wednesday morning. Comment?
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