- Dolci Gelati Opens in Shaw with Gelato Pops!
Straight-up gelato almost seems like the side show at Dolci Gelati's new Shaw shop, which opened over the weekend at CityMarket at O. Owner and pastry chef Gianluigi Dellaccio showcases so many other sweet treats, including tiramisu, cookie sandwiches, mini gelato cakes, chocolate meringue mousse, cannoli, chocolate hazelnut tarts, kettle corn, and more............
- Special Holiday Events
Special holiday events unite apartments and neighborhoods in DC.......
- Small-Space living in Shaw
City Market at O
- Roadside Picked to Develop D.C.-owned Shaw Parcel
Roadside Development is expanding in Shaw, having won the right to redevelop a District-owned,13,306-square-foot parcel across the street from its CityMarket at O.
A joint venture of Dantes Partners and Roadside has been selected to transform the vacant lot at 1336 Eighth St. NW, near the intersection of Eighth and O streets Northwest, into a mixed-use development of 72 multifamily units, and 6,900 square feet of retail.
- Mayor Select Roadside Team to Develop 8th & O
Mayor Gray selects the team of Roadside Development and Dantes Partners Team to develop Shaw parcel at 1336 8th Street, NW, located at the corner of 8th & O Streets in the Shaw/Convention Center neighborhood in Ward 6. The proposed development will continue the revitalization of the Shaw/Convention Center neighborhood by providing a high-quality mixed-use building that offers residential and retail opportunities in the heart of one of the District of Columbia’s most thriving areas.
- With Marriott Marquis and Cambria Suites, D.C. Begins a Hotel Boom
The Marriott Marquis opened its doors to the public at noon today. With 1,175 rooms, it's the largest hotel in the District. But it's not the only new hotel in the District. In fact, it's not even the only one opening today. Just a few blocks to the north, in a move seemingly designed to be overshadowed by the Marriott festivities, the 187-room Cambria Suites at the CityMarket at O development also opened its doors today.
The District is experiencing quite a hotel boom. And it's only just beginning.
According to Destination DC, the nonprofit corporation that serves at the D.C. government's marketing arm for tourism and conventions, today's two openings bring the total number of hotel rooms in the District from 28,471 to 29,833—a 5 percent jump. That figure will continue to grow in the coming years, with 886 more rooms under construction, 1,165 beginning construction in the next 12 months, and 1,613 in early planning.
- Mintwood Team Signs Lease for CityMarket at O
DC's Mintwood Place team signs lease for a second and new concept to open at CityMarket at O in early 2015.