D.C.-based Roadside Development and North America Sekisui House (NASH), an arm of a major Japanese building company, on Dec. 1 broke ground on the 10-acre redevelopment of the former Fannie Mae headquarters site at 3900 Wisconsin Ave. NW into what the team is calling “City Ridge”—an “urban village” that will feature the District’s inaugural Wegmans. … Read more at Curbed Washington DC.
FBI Will Move 1,350 Jobs from D.C. to Alabama
More federal jobs are coming to Huntsville, Alabama. The FBI plans to relocate 1,350 employees from the District to Redstone Arsenal, reports AL.com. The move was hinted in February in the General Services Administration’s draft consolidation plan for the FBI’s downtown D.C. headquarters. … Read more at the Washington Business Journal.
Capital One Open Tech Incubator at University of Maryland College Park
Universities have long been a source of new tech developments and talent, so it makes sense that businesses would want to stay up on what’s happening at campuses like the University of Maryland. In the case of financial services giant Capital One, the company is moving directly into College Park. This month, the company opened the Capital One Tech Incubator inside the Diamondback Garage … Read more at Techncial.ly Baltimore.
11 Local Companies Make 2018 Deloitte Technology Fast 500 List
iLearningEngines, Homesnap, and Trinity Technology Partners, Inc. top the list of the fastest growing tech companies in Maryland, according to the 2018 Deloitte Technology Fast 500. Overall, 11 Maryland companies were named to the prestigious technology awards rankings, including Supernus Pharmaceuticals and Paragon Bioservices, both who announced expansions in the state earlier this year. … Read more at Open Maryland.