9/28/2020

In the News

Real Estate & Development

  • These Greater Washington business leaders are shaping Virginia Tech’s Innovation Campus – Washington Business Journal
  • Amazon landlord JBG Smith lays foundation for National Landing 5G network – Washington Business Journal
  • JBG Smith purchases broadband spectrum from FCC – Virginia Business
  • The 25 hottest neighborhoods for home sales in Greater Washington – Washington Business Journal [Featuring Cameron Station, Parkfairfax, and Old Town]
  • ‘Landmark Overlook’ Would Completely Transform 8 Acres Across from Landmark Mall – ALX Now
  • West End Assisted Living Facility Going to Alexandria Planning Commission – ALX Now
  • Historic Old Town Alexandria building — and setting of ‘Mercy Street’ on PBS — to be converted into a home – Washington Business Journal
  • City Council Approves Adding Virginia Tech Initials to Potomac Yard Metro Station – ALX Now
  • Local Entrepreneurs Bring Back King Street’s Flowers – Alexandria Living Magazine
  • Office Market Could Shed 145M Square Feet in the Next Two Years – Globe Street
  • Alexandria Wants to Make Affordable Housing Contributions Mandatory for Developers – ALX Now
  • NoVa home sales increase during August – Virginia Business

ECONOMY & COMMUNITY

BUSINESS & RETAIL

  • Alexandria Restaurant Snags Awards At 2020 RAMMYs – Patch
  • Tropical Smoothie Cafe Opening New Alexandria Location – Alexandria Living Magazine
  • First Black Restaurant Week underway in the D.M.V, second expected in November – WJLA [Featuring The Rub]
  • Pizzeria Paradiso in Old Town Alexandria closes for good – WTOP
  • Pizzeria Paradiso Has Permanently Closed in Alexandria After a Decade – Washingtonian
  • Sidewalks, streets and parks provided a respite from coronavirus closures. But winter is coming. – Washington Post [Featuring Sweet Fire Donna’s]
  • Meet DC Inno’s 25 Under 25 class of 2020 – Washington Business Journal [Featuring Cameron Ross- Celise BioProducts]
  • Ascend Cycle Spins into Former Del Ray Auto Repair Shop – ALX Now
  • Waterfront Restaurant Set to Open in Early 2021 – Alexandria Living Magazine