April 22, 2019

ALX in the News: Week of April 22nd

In the News

Each month, check out “Growing in Alexandria,” an AEDP blog series that focuses on businesses around the City.

For our April edition of Growing in Alexandria, we sat down with Co-founder and Owner of Alx & Company, Meaghan Foran, to learn more about the design studio and workshop she runs with her husband and partner. Check it out today on the blog!


  • Foulger-Pratt Sells Alexandria Apartments For $53M – Bisnow
  • Amazon Goes To Virginia: How Long-Term Thinking Won The HQ2 Prize – Forbes
  • WMATA to use eminent domain for part of Potomac Yard Metro project – Washington Business Journal
  • Arlington and Alexandria Don’t Have Enough New Condos for HQ2 – Urban Turf
  • Metro targets Alexandria’s Eisenhower Avenue corridor for large office building – Washington Business Journal
  • WMATA Pitches 300K SF Office Building In Alexandria – Bisnow
  • Conflict brewing over HQ2-tied affordable housing money – Washington Business Journal
  • Update: Trump Touts Opportunity Zones With More Flexibility for Leased Properties – Costar
  • Landmark Mall plan advances – Alexandria Times [Page 1]
  • It’s crunch time for Landmark Mall’s incentive package – Washington Business Journal
  • Institute for Defense Analyses to land nearly $250M in bonds for new HQ – Washington Business Journal
  • Hear city leaders’ plans for a ‘makeover’ for Four Mile Run Park – WJLA



  • Safeway Completes Renovations On Old Town Alexandria Store – Old Town Patch
  • Alexandria park to transition to winter wonderland with ice rink installation – Washington Business Journal
  • Alexandria changing HOV restrictions for summer Metro shutdown – Washington Business Journal
  • New Traffic Technology To Mitigate Alexandria Metro Shutdown – Del Ray Patch
  • City of Alexandria Continues Efforts to Plan for Metro Summer Platform Work – City of Alexandria
  • First-Ever Old Town Cocktail Week May 3-11, 2019 – The Zebra
  • Amazon Gives Robotics Equipment and $10K Apiece to 6 Alexandria Elementary Schools – The Zebra