- Apple and IBM partner for business software
- Kroger debuts Retail Site Intelligence, new enterprise IT architecture
- Westfield Garden State Plaza brings digital technology to physical world
- Wal-Mart's tech lab buys Stylr mobile fashion app
- Kohl's, Toshiba partner with Plug and Play in retail accelerator program
Washington, D.C. -- Columbia, S.C.-based Edens said Wednesday that its new mixed-use development Mosaic will open this September in Washington, D.C.
The 31-acre project will create an urban district in the heart of Fairfax, Va., and will feature Angelika Film Center, Mom’s Organic Market, Last Call by Neiman Marcus, Black’s Bar & Kitchen, Target, Artisan Confections, Bellacara, Cava Mezze, Cyclone Anaya’s, Dolcezza, Red Apron Butchery, Dawn Price Baby, Matchbox, MyEyeDr., Lou Lou Boutique, sweetgreen, Taylor Gourmet, Paper Source, Eagle Bank and Hyatt House.
Phase one, opening in September, will include 350,000 sq. ft. of retail, an 8-screen boutique cinema, a 150-room boutique hotel, 73,000 sq. ft. of Class A office space, a 1-acre park and LEED certified buildings.
The overall project will include 500,000 sq. ft. of retail, 1,000 residential units, a 150-room boutique hotel, 4,000 parking spaces (4 above grade parking garages) and 2 parks.
Development partners of Mosaic are AvalonBay; EYA; and Lodgeworks.