Shooshan Lauded for Philanthropic Efforts

Arlington developer and community leader John Shooshan has been honored as “Outstanding Philanthropist” for 2013 by the Washington, D.C., chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.

Breakfast gathering aims to put human face on Arlington homelessness

Mallyveen Teah was a living a middle-class existence and attending college in North Carolina when his world began to fall apart.

Crop of new projects take root in Washington’s fickle office market

By most accounts, the Washington office market is sagging — vacancy is up, leasing is slow and when there is a government agency or law firm that is ready to move, it is often for less space than they occupied before.

Arlington launches homeless housing fundraising

The homeless are not difficult to find in Arlington County if you know where to look.

Breaking Ground: Shooshan Begins construction on garage at 4040 Wilson Blvd. in Ballston

The Shooshan Co. announced Monday it will begin construction on a 550-space garage at 4040 Wilson Blvd...

Construction Project Lists

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Marymount, Shooshan earn approval for Ballston gateway project

The Arlington County board has unanimously backed the redevelopment of a Ballston gateway site with a pair of new buildings, one office and one residential. Marymount University, with developer The Shooshan Co., will replace the 50-year-old "Blue Goose" office building at 1000 N. Glebe Road with a nine-story, 165,204-square-foot office building and a 15-story, 267-unit apartment building. The project will include 3,000 square feet of retail and a 10,600-square-foot public plaza.

Commercial real estate developers

Ranked by Metro-area square feet under construction as of Dec. 31, 2013

Retail Experts Say R-B Corridor Set for Future Success

The Arlington retail market is well-positioned for the next decade or so, say several retail and real estate experts. Those in and around the retail industry say the recent trends toward mixed-use, urbanized development and the growth of “milennials” among consumers in the post-recession years add up nicely for Arlington.