If you have ever driven around the Merrifield area the past few years, you noticed one constant: construction. Everywhere. From holes being dug to roads being expanded, the intersection of Route 50 and Gallows Road has been one massive project after another.
However, if you take a trip there now, you’ll see something completely different. An entire mixed-use development coming together, one that had restaurants, retailers and residents flocking to the area. It’s also got an entirely new name: The Mosaic District.
A trip to the Mosaic District is a high-end delight. The developers of the area have hand-picked national boutique retailers and some of D.C.’s most popular restaurants and
The Washington area has seen an impressive level of growth in the past decade. From suburban development to urban renewal, the D.C. Metro region continues to expand at a rapid pace. Nowhere is that more apparent than right along the Potomac River in Prince George’s County, Maryland.
I feel like it is an unofficial rite of passage that every true DC’er, at some point during the summer, takes a long weekend trip to Dewey Beach before they are dubbed the honor of being a REAL DC resident.
Tis the season to be jolly… and unfortunately in DC… to be stuck in Holiday shopping madness! Since I know I’m not the only one trying to avoid the mall mayhem, my Holiday gift to you is my top three “mall alternatives” list; helping you find the perfect gifts for anyone on your list while steering clear of the crowds.
Separated from most of D.C. by a spacious park and from Virginia by a wide river, Georgetown has a natural geographical exclusivity to it. And that charm helps create a beautiful, inviting neighborhood with plenty to do, from pleasant strolls to retail shopping to nature walks.