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If You Can’t Beat ’Em, Adapt With ’Em: Regional, Specialty Retailers Pivot Along With Big-Box Rivals

The full impact of the coronavirus pandemic on retailers might not be known for years, but it is already clear that the industry has been transformed, top to bottom. The very largest players, such as Walmart and Target, have been busy reinventing their e-commerce operations, keeping pace with emerging consumer tech and improving operational efficiencies, among …

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Is Northeast D.C. The Next Investment Hot Spot? Find Out At Bisnow’s Oct. 27 Event

One of the many reasons why people want to call Washington, D.C., home is to gain access to its incredible entertainment options. Northeast D.C., in particular, is known as a great place for exploring a variety of food, drink, art, live music and pop-ups, making it a major draw for commercial real estate professionals looking …

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Silver Line Expansions, Innovation Station And More: Don’t Miss Bisnow’s The Future Of Loudoun County Event on Sept. 29

One major infrastructure project has been on the minds of Loudoun County residents for years: the expansion of the Silver Line. The nearly 11-mile expansion would bring rail service from the Wiehle-Reston East Metro station to Dulles International Airport and through to Ashburn. The project, however, has been delayed for years as the result of several …

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Owners Ante In On State Gambling Loophole For New Poker Venue

It was only weeks after Michael Tucker’s favorite restaurant in Duluth shut down that he thought about renting the space himself. But instead of opening a replacement for the shuttered Tex-Mex restaurant chain Beyond the Border, Tucker opened a room where poker players could compete for prize money — in a state that has a law …

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Former WashREIT Office Exec Joins Stream Realty To Lead Northern Virginia Expansion

A D.C. office market veteran who left WashREIT after the company sold its office portfolio has joined brokerage firm Stream Realty.  Stream Realty announced Tuesday it hired Anthony Chang, who spent the past seven years with WashREIT as vice president, to lead its new office in Northern Virginia.  WashREIT reached a deal in June to sell nearly all …

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New 100-Unit Affordable Housing Project Planned On Rhode Island Avenue NE

The D.C. government is pumping more money into its affordable housing fund, and a new project planned in Northeast aims to put the dollars to use.  Lincoln Westmoreland Housing, a D.C.-based nonprofit developer, is planning a 101-unit affordable housing project at 2911 Rhode Island Ave. NE, Bisnow has learned.  KeyUrban founder and principal Dahn Warner, who is …

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Moinian Settles With NBA Store After Claiming The Retailer Owes $9M In Back Rent

Moinian Group and the National Basketball Association have reached a deal over a legal dispute regarding what the landlord claims is millions in unpaid rent. Moinian launched a lawsuit against its tenant at 545 Fifth Ave. in June 2020, but a notice of discontinuance has now been filed with the New York Supreme Court, The Real …

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GSA’s New Real Estate Head On The Future Of Federal Government Offices

The federal government is the largest occupier of office space in the U.S., and two months ago it welcomed a new official who will guide its real estate strategy as it adjusts to the changes brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.  The General Services Administration on July 6 named Nina Albert as the commissioner of its Public Buildings Service, …

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