More than one member of the Falls Church City Council had a veritable tantrum Monday night when developers of two of the major mixed use development projects nearing completion on West Broad reported that banks are the only business they could find willing to fill key components of their ground-floor […]
Busboys and Poets is where intellects, political-artistic types, and all those in-between flock to in Washington D.C. Here you’ll find comfortable surroundings for the wireless internet fiend to the fashionable trendsetter. Just grab a couch, or sink into the spacious booths of the back room, or enjoy standard seating arrangements […]
November 30 – December 7, 2006
Following unanimous Planning Commission approval, the Falls Church City Council will undoubtedly approve on Monday the purchase for $629,000 of a residential lot on S. Lee Street that it will designate for use as a portal into the undeveloped Hamlett-Rees parkland property behind it. It will also probably respond to […]
Inside of Lou Jones’s Falls Church home, her art engulfs you. There is her eccentrically shaped green cactus, whose branches twist in all sorts of directions. Then there is an enticing framed painting — a navy blue background, dotted by tiny, colorful oval that ran across the five-by-six foot piece.
With 65,000 square feet of new retail space now under construction and coming on line within three years in the City of Falls Church, the City’s Economic Development Authority is poised to launch a business recruitment effort targeting 67 prospects identified in a study as “a good fit” here. A […]