9/14/2020

In the News

Real Estate & Development

  • Alexandria backs three affordable housing projects — that’s more than 700 units — with new loans – Washington Business Journal
  • City Council Defers Plan to Add Virginia Tech Name to Potomac Yard Metro Station – ALX Now
  • Virginia Tech launches new Alexandria campus, but its first students are learning virtually – Washington Business Journal
  • Office Tenants Are Staying Away But Paying Rent During Pandemic – CoStar News
  • Residential sales have been a rare bright spot in the economy. Local Realtors tell us what they’re seeing. – Washington Business Journal
  • Coronavirus hasn’t slowed D.C.-area development. Here’s a look at the largest projects pitched since the pandemic hit. – Washington Business Journal [featuring Oakville and the Hermitage]

Economy & Community

  • Revealed: Our 2020 Women Who Mean Business honorees – Washington Business Journal [Feat. Susan Lynch, CFO, Vectrus Inc. & Victoria Vasques, CEO, Tribal Tech]
  • Why Alexandria, Virginia, Is A Safe, Smart Choice For A Roadtrip Right Now – Forbes
  • New proposal would expand face mask requirements in Alexandria – WJLA

Business & Retail

  • This winter is going to be rougher than the summer.’ D.C. restaurants brace for the cold weather. – Washington Business Journal [featuring Hanks’s Oyster Bar and Hank & Mitzi’s]
  • Little Leaves Behavioral Health Center Opens New Location in Alexandria, Virginia – Globe Newswire
  • Monte Durham Opens Salon in Old Town Alexandria – Alexandria Living Magazine