“Rivana at Innovation Station” To Seek Approval Next Week

A group of developers will seek approval next week for the first phase of a development that will straddle the Loudoun-Fairfax county line in what would be one of the biggest projects in the D.C. region. “Rivana at Innovation Station” will be a mixed-use development near the Innovation Center Metro station, and, as planned, will eventually include 4.4 million square feet of development. The area, bounded by Route 28, the Dulles Toll Road and Innovation Avenue, could eventually support up to 9 million square feet of development.Continue reading

Vienna Welcomes Greenheart Juice Shop

The “MJ” is a juice mixture of celery, cucumber, kale, spinach, parsley, lemon, mint, pineapple, apple, and ginger, and a top seller among juices at the Greenheart Juice Shop that just opened off the bike trail in Vienna. “We call it salad in a jar,” said store manager Christina Childs, who grew up in Vienna and now lives in Oakton. “It sounds real healthy but it tastes really good too,” she added Alicia Swanstrom, the co-founder of the store along with CEO Matt Cahir. Continue reading

Cancer Treatment Center To Open In Fairfax

Virginia Cancer Specialists’ new cancer treatment facility in Fairfax

Fairfax, Virginia-based Virginia Cancer Specialists, the largest private cancer practice in Northern Virginia, is opening its newest location at 8613 Lee Highway in Fairfax on April 13. It is VCS’s largest diagnosis and treatment center. The center replaces an existing VCS location in Fairfax at 8503 Arlington Boulevard, which is closing, with physicians relocating to the new location. VCS has 10 centers in Northern Virginia.Continue reading

Virginia’s Mosaic District Welcomes New Store Of Framebridge

D.C.-based custom framing company Framebridge, which started as a direct-to-consumer online retailer, has opened its sixth brick-and-mortar store in the Mosaic District in Fairfax, Virginia. It’s the company’s first store in Virginia. Two more new physical stores are also opening soon, at D.C.’s Union Market, tentatively in April, and Arlington’s Clarendon neighborhood in May. Continue reading

More 3D Imaging Satellites Launched By Herndon’s BlackSky

Herndon, Virginia-based BlackSky, a space startup whose small imaging satellites collect high-resolution images of Earth for government and commercial customers, is accelerating the expansion of its satellite constellation. BlackSky will add nine satellites this year through a launch partnership with Long Beach, California-based Rocket Lab, which specializes in small and cube satellite launches. Continue reading