During its two-month tenure from August to October, The Alcove was home to 60 events and welcomed nearly 12,000 visitors.
Parklets typically take over existing, under-utilized parking spaces and provide an extension of the sidewalk. The Rosslyn Parklet is serving as a two-year prototype that may one day be replicated elsewhere in the county.
It raised more than $20,000 for Turning the Page, a nonprofit focused on public education projects in the D.C. metro area. More than 6,000 used CDs, DVDs and books were sold. Attendees enjoyed author talks and engaging live performances.
In its first year, The Observation Deck has added a café and HoverDC, an immersive experience that simulates what it would be like to fly over D.C.
Welcome to BASH Boxing, Bethesda Bagels, Bourbon Coffee, CAVA, Compass Coffee, Convene, Dental Studio at Rosslyn, Homewood Suites by Hilton Arlington Rosslyn Key Bridge, Nando's PERi PERi, Optimal Physical Therapy, Poke Bar, The Simple Greek, Spaces and The Yard.
The couple operates several well-regarded D.C. restaurants, including Fiola, which earned a Michelin star. Planned for the ground floor of 1100 Wilson Blvd., Sfoglina specializes in handmade pasta made in the Italian tradition.
The new center helps organizations combat data breaches and cyberattacks, and should bring 1,000 skilled technology jobs to the region by the end of 2020.
One of the top-ranked business school in the nation, the Darden School now offers its Executive MBA, Global Executive MBA and Executive Education programs from the 30th and 31st floors of the Darden School Sands Family Grounds. The Darden School also offers event and conference space.
Created by internationally renowned California sculptor Cliff Garten, the artwork is integrated into the architecture of Central Place's residential tower, where it provides an ever-changing spectrum of intense color amidst Rosslyn's busy urban environment.
The company shared a sampling of its brands and hosted chef-led cooking demonstrations. It was a very successful event and no one left hungry!
He was scared and stressed, but fortunately was captured by the Animal Welfare League of Arlington (AWLA) and released into a quiet patch in the woods.