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University seeks to convert apartments into hotel space

Marymount University is seeking government approval to allow conversion of up to 133 units (49 percent of the total) in its 15-story “Rixey Building” on North Glebe Road. The units currently are operated as self-contained student apartments. The building was constructed...

Police: Effort to meet acquaintance at hotel ends in assault

An individual agreed to meet an acquaintance in a hotel room in the 8600 block of Westwood Center Drive in Tysons on Aug. 24 at 5:27 a.m., Fairfax County police said. After a dispute, a man entered the room, displayed...

Hotel-occupancy rates still well down from pre-COVID

Hotel-occupancy rates improved in June but, overall, the first half of the year remained a bust for the Arlington hospitality industry. The occupancy rate of 44.7 percent in June was better than the cumulative 34.4-percent rate recorded over the first...

Hotel-occupancy rates still down in the dumps

Hoteliers and moteliers in Arlington continue to be filling far fewer rooms than they were in the pre-pandemic period, and coupled with significant reductions in room rates, are receiving less than half the revenue per available room than they...

Developer seeks temporary conversion of apartments to hotel use

The developer of another new apartment complex is seeking permission to use some of the units as hotel rooms for a period, but is quibbling with county staff over how long that period should be. Arlington County Board members on...

Another residential building could become hotel for a time

Arlington County Board members next month are expected to allow another developer to temporarily convert apartment space to hotel use. The developer of the 809-unit property at 1555 Wilson Blvd. is asking permission to use 100 of the residential units...
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New School Board member receives liaison assignments

New Arlington School Board member Bethany Sutton has her assignments. School Board members on Feb. 2 are expected to approve...
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