New Businesses in Arlington: First Va. Community Bank, Tutti Frutti Yogurt, Fair Trade, and More
See what new businesses are opening up in Clarendon and beyond.
Want to find out the latest new businesses in Arlington? A roundup of the new stores and services:
First Virginia Community Bank Comes to Clarendon
The First Virginia Community Bank is expanding to Arlington County and will be opening a branch on 2500 Wilson Blvd. in Clarendon.
The bank acquired the First Commonwealth Bank of Virginia on Oct. 19, the company announced in a statement.
In the next several weeks, FVCbank will notify the newly acquired customers about its products and services. FVCbank expects to complete the transition of operations and services in December.
The bank is based in Fairfax and is a state-charted bank serving small and mid-sized businesses and personal banking customers in Northern Virginia.
Trade Roots in Arlington
The Trade Roots store in the Westover neighborhood wil host a grand opening from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Nov. 2 at 5852 N. Washington Blvd.. The store is described as a “fair trade gift store.” More information on the Trade Roots website. Also, read our previous coverage on Trade Roots coming to Arlington.
Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt in Arlington
The frozen yogurt store opened on 2439 N. Harriston St. on Oct. 18, according to the Tutti Frutti facebook page. Among the store’s unique offerings are soy-based yogurt.
Unleashed by Petco Pentagon City
The pet goods boutique Unleashed by Petco, is opening up in the space formerly occupied by the Hallmark Gold Crown Store in the Pentagon Row shopping center at 1101 S. Joyce St. The stores are similar to Petco but smaller in size. No word yet on when the store is set to open.