Archive for May, 2010

Washington Business Journal: Freebie-seeking interns to invade DC

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May 28th Newsletter

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Washington Business Journal: Washington Center opens intern dorm

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Prince of Petworth: Constitution Cafe Opens in NoMa

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Constitution Cafe Opens in NoMa

Washington, D.C., May 27, 2010 – Constitution Square’s first retailer opened Tuesday, the 100-seat Constitution Café at 145 N Street, NE, in NoMa, the area north of Massachusetts Avenue. Billed as a “cuisine superstore,” Constitution Café offers a variety of breakfast and lunch offerings, including sushi, full salad and hot bars, and sandwiches to order. […]

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Largest Internship Campus Opens in Washington, DC

WASHINGTON, DC — May 27, 2010 – The largest housing facility exclusively for interns will open its doors May 26, 2010 in the nation’s capital. The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars (TWC) brings students from over 400 colleges and universities across the United States to Washington, DC each year and now these students […]

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WeLoveDC: NoMa Summer Screen Presents Bill and Teds Excellent Adventure

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DCist: About Tonight

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GlobeSt.com: NPR begins construction on NoMa HQ this fall

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American Bus Association Purchases Floor at 111 K Street

Washington, D.C., May 21, 2010 – The American Bus Association purchased the 9,400 SF ninth floor of 111 K Street, a jewel-box office condominium in the NoMa (north of Massachusetts Avenue) area of Washington, D.C. The American Bus Association cited sustainable features and proximity to the U.S. Capitol as factors in their decision. ABA will […]

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