10/13/2020

In the News

Real Estate & Development

  • Amid Pandemic, Washington-Area Landlords Are Shortening Term Lengths to Secure Tenants – CoStar News
  • Alexandria Wants More Curbside Business With ‘Parklet’ Program Expansion – ALX Now
  • Alexandria aims to revitalize the Torpedo Factory Art Center. One pitch? A food hall. – Washington Business Journal
  • City: Potomac Yard Metro Station Construction on Track – ALX Now
  • Alexandria extends Old Town ‘streatery’ car-free zone until spring 2021 – WTOP
  • Zell takes a new approach, with a new lead investor, for Alexandria’s ‘Carlyle Park’ – Washington Business Journal
  • Alexandria Planning Commission Recommends Concept Approval for North Potomac Yard – Urban Turf

ECONOMY & COMMUNITY

  • Alexandria Named Among the Top Small Cities in the Country – Alexandria Living Magazine
  • Amazon Launches Innovative “Right Now Needs Fund” to Help Remove Barriers to Learning for Thousands of Students In Need Across 59 Northern Virginia Schools Amid COVID-19 – Arlington Public School
  • Amazon’s $1M gift to Arlington and Alexandria students likely the start of ongoing student relief – Washington Business Journal
  • City: Eviction Prevention Task Force Will Help Impacted Residents – ALX Now
  • Amazon Donates $1 Million to Help ACPS Kids Buy Essential Items – ALX Now

BUSINESS & RETAIL