Arlington Walking Maps

Arlington has a variety of choices for getting around – you can walk, drive, carpool, bike or ride the metro rail. For every aspect of travel that Arlington offers, there are accompanying maps that show the best routes – and walking is no different. Arlington County Commuter Service has created an initiative they refer to as WalkArlington.1 This program highlights different areas to walk, the best routes, Arlington history and attractions along those… Read More

Arlington: Working on Office Vacancy Rate

At the recent CREW NoVa Arlington County Development lunch, economic leaders of Arlington speak about the commercial and residential development industry in the area. Speakers included: President of the Rosslyn BID, Mary-Claire Burick Chief operating officer and director of residential development for The Shooshan Company, Kelly Shooshan Arlington’s director of Economic Development, Victor Hoskins Read the full story by Vernon Miles of the Arlington Connection here.

Why All Development Opportunities in the R-B Corridor Aren’t Equal

“Arlington’s Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor is one of the region’s strongest multifamily submarkets, but the office market tells a different story. That’s why we’re hosting developers building both product types at Bisnow’s Future of Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor event on Nov. 18 at the Westin Arlington Gateway.” – Ethan Rothstein, Bisnow DC. Source:

Try Pepita Cantina For A Different Experience

It’s no secret Arlington is home to wide variety of dining options. From simple Chinese take out, to delis, to gourmet restaurants and exclusive Italian stops, this area has it all. So how does one decide on where to eat with so many choices? One way many residents of Arlington narrow the list is by type. Next time you have a craving for Mexican cuisine, consider Pepita Cantina by Mike Isabella. When searching… Read More