By our calculations, the mall is now roughly 25 percent vacant.
A reader wants to know what's behind the huge Sterling construction site.
New owners and new management will create a vision for the future.
The move is part of move at many malls to reimagine unused space around stores.
The restaurant had served up Chinese-inspired fare since 2010.
The restaurant had a breakfast and brunch-focused menu.
The fast-food restaurant features sandwiches, cheese fries and lemonades.
The final day for the store hasn't been announced yet.
The restaurant is taking over the former Greene Turtle building.
Meanwhile, Los Toltecos' new location in the mall is under construction.
A Los Toltecos is also supposed to be opening soon at the mall.
It's the second location for the NoVa-based Panda Tea House.