October 22, 2018

Weekly News: October 22-28th

Real Estate & Development

Sears Files for Bankruptcy- Future of the retailer’s Landmark Mall location is uncertain. – Alexandria Living Magazine

Sears Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. – Wall Street Journal

2019 Housing Market Forecast: Arlington up, Alexandria down. – WTOP

N.Va. Housing Market Shows Signs of Balancing Out. – Washington Post

Among Amazon HQ2 Watchers, Northern Virginia Checks the Most Boxes. – New York Times

Economy & Community

City Council Approves Lights, Upgrades for T.C. Williams’ Parker-Gray Stadium. – Alexandria Times 

Council Approves Stadium Lights at T.C. Williams High School Despite 1960s Promise. – WJLA

City Extends Lease to Manage Cameron Run Park with NOVA Parks. – Alexandria Times

‘Highest and Best Uses’- Council approves Yearround uses at Cameron Run Park. – Alexandria Gazette [Page 1]

‘Short-Term Pain’- City Begins Planning for Next Summer’s Citywide Metro Station Shutdown. – Alexandria Gazette [Page 1] 

Water, Water Everywhere Takes a Toll on One Alexandria Project. – Washington Business Journal

Business & Retail

Industrious Opens Co-Working Location At Carlyle Tower. – Globe Street

You’ll be Eating Here Soon: 11 New D.C. Restaurants You Can’t Miss. – Washington Business Journal [Featuring Urbano 116]

Alexandria Chamber Honors ‘Best In Business’ 2018. – Alexandria Living Magazine