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Bloomberg BNA will consolidate its Maryland and Virginia operations into its Arlington office, retaining 1,000 jobs and creating 125 more over three years while picking up a healthy grant from the commonwealth, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced on Monday. Bloomberg BNA, an affiliate of Bloomberg L P and one of the top 10 largest employers in Arlington County, will invest more than $5 million to expand its Crystal City office, while shutting down its Montgomery County offices. Virginia competed against several other sites in Maryland and the District for a potential Bloomberg BNA relocation, according to McAuliffe's office.
The leading association lobbying Congress on behalf the world's largest food and beverage makers is making the leap across the Potomac River to Rosslyn, where it will soon join one of the world's largest makers of food and beverage products. The Grocery Manufacturers Association, a trade organization now based at 1350 Eye St. NW in the District, plans to relocate next year to Potomac Tower at 1001 N. 19th St. in Rosslyn. The association has signed a 15-year lease for nearly 33,900 square feet in the 20-story building, which landlord Brookfield Properties (BPOL NYSE) has owned since 2004.