If there’s one thing almost every District denizen can agree on, it’s that chocolate is the most wonderful dessert in the world. Sweet, luscious, delicious; no one can argue the merits of this tasty treat.
The Springfield area is undergoing significant change in the commercial real estate realm. With the opening of the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency and the Mark Center as part of the BRAC operation, several defense related government contractors have moved into commercial space from Alexandria to Fort Belvoir.
A year ago we were nearing the end of the government’s tax credit for 1st time buyers. There was a frenzy to be under contract before the end of April. Comparing this year’s 1st quarter to 2010 is a bit skewed because of that.
However, figures for March of this year seem to be improving from February so the spring market looks promising.
Today marks one week until one of America’s most celebrated holidays, a day when just about everyone exudes a little Irish -- St Patrick’s Day, of course! And while the best way to celebrate would be to hop on a plane to Dublin, there’s no reason you can’t enjoy the holiday locally. St. Patricks’s Day might be known best for boisterous revelry, but it can still be fun for everyone, young or old.
Washington D.C. has seen an explosion in haute cuisine recently, with celebrity chefs and elaborate menus taking over the city. But sometimes simple cooking is all a stomach needs. That’s where Great American Restaurants and their numerous locations come in handy, satiating the desire for great food without fuss.