9/21/2020

In the News

Real Estate & Development

  • Game Changer Award: Virginia Tech at Potomac YardWashington Business Journal
  • Alexandria Approves Amazon-Related Loans for Affordable Housing Commercial Observer
  • Demolition of Potomac Yard Movie Theater Going to Board of Architectural Review – ALX Now
  • Numerous Restaurants and Other Businesses for Sale in Alexandria – ALX Now
  • ‘Lipstick On A Pig’: BAR Rejects Heritage Old Town Proposal – ALX Now
  • Alexandria planners excoriate Old Town redevelopment: ‘We can’t put lipstick on this pig.’ – Washington Business Journal
  • Major mixed-use development eyed for site across from Landmark Mall – Washington Business Journal

ECONOMY & COMMUNITY

  • Second Round Of Alexandria Small Business Grants PlannedPatch
  • Va. initial jobless claims slightly drop last week – Virginia Business
  • Second Round of Back to Business Grants Available September 30 – ALX Now
  • Regionalism is working for Northern Virginia – Washington Post
  • D.C.-area employers are open to the idea of more permanent teleworking. That could help traffic. – Washington Business Journal
  • In Alexandria, two art installations memorialize men and women who lived under exploitation – Washington Post

BUSINESS & RETAIL

  • The Covid pandemic is pushing businesses to adapt or die. This new program could help. – Washington Business Journal
  • Chewish Deli Set to Open First Permanent Location – Alexandria Living Magazine
  • Just Say Yes Monte Durham salon opens in Old Town. – Alexandria Gazette
  • These Are the 50 Most Influential DC Restaurants of the Last Century – Washingtonian [Feat. Restaurant Eve (2004–2018)]
  • Reality Star Monte Durham Dishes On His New Salon And His Love Of Alexandria, Virginia – Forbes