3900 Wisconsin Ave, NW

From a press release:

“WHAT: Get your green on at City Ridge’s two-day Earth Day Weekend Festival, featuring URBNmarket, DC’s premier artisan pop-up event. On April 22 and 23 from 11:00AM to 6:00PM, shop sustainably from more than 50 handpicked, local vendors selling one-of-a-kind items on City Ridge’s iconic Great Lawn. Plus, experience nature through earth-themed, family-friendly activities like Read More

From a press release:

“City Ridge’s joint venture partners, Roadside Development and North America Sekisui House, LLC (NASH), announced that Chef Michael Mina’s MINA Group will open two new dining concepts within the heart of the highly-anticipated, 10-acre neighborhood in early 2023. Known in DC as the creator of Bourbon Steak, and across the globe for award-winning culinary experiences that span from Las Vegas to Dubai, Michael Mina will make his return to the district at City Ridge. With him, Mina brings decades of experience serving patrons at more than 40 restaurants around the world including several U.S. presidents, and numerous accolades including a Michelin star and several James Beard Foundation Awards.

“We’ve spent the last couple of years at MINA Group focused on developing new dining concepts that are fresh and interesting and then finding the right partners for them,” said Chef Michael Mina. “City Ridge is one of the most exciting new developments to come to the DC area in recent years and we are thrilled to be able to introduce a new MINA Group restaurant to the neighborhood.”

On the ground floor of 14 Ridge Square NW, City Ridge’s central hub, MINA Group will open a “fattoria-to-table” restaurant, sourcing fresh ingredients for dishes and cocktails for City Ridge’s residents, office tenants and visitors to enjoy. The concept will span 7,815 square feet and plans to open in early 2023. 14 Ridge Square will also house CAVA Group Inc.’s new headquarters, Industrious coworking and a 30,000-square-foot Equinox. Read More


“Dear PoPville,

I was having a hard time figuring out how to bike TO the new Wegmans. Going via the Wisconsin Ave. garage entrance didn’t feel right, it’s all about cars there. Wegmans wrote me today with photos and explained how to bike around to other side. Thought this might be cool info for your biking readers. Here is their email to me today with photos.” Read More


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