12/14/2020

In the News

Real Estate & Development

  • Waterfront Plan and Other Capital Projects Around Alexandria Delayed by COVID-19 – ALX Now
  • Viewpoint: Va. Tech name on Potomac Yard Metro would help elevate region – Washington Business Journal
  • Alexandria Plans to Bring the Torpedo Factory Art Center into the 21st Century – Alexandria Living Magazine
  • Robinson Terminal North demolished – Alexandria Times [Page 1]
  • The Case for the Virginia Tech Initials on the Potomac Yard Metro Station – ALX Now
  • GSA looks to keep State Department in aging Rosslyn office building – Washington Business Journal
  • D.C.-Area Mall Owners Pursue Huge Redevelopments, For Struggling And Strong Properties Alike – Bisnow News
  • Developers Break Ground for Waypoint at Fairlington – Alexandria Living Magazine
  • Land Rover Alexandria Planning Move to Fairfax County in 2022 – ALX Now
  • Virginia Tech’s initials will be part of the Potomac Yard Metro station name – Washington Business Journal

ECONOMY & COMMUNITY

  • Some of Greater Washington’s top leaders have a vision for the post-Covid economy. Here’s a look. – Washington Business Journal
  • City of Alexandria Receives 100% Score from Municipal Equality Index – City of Alexandria
  • Prediction: Slow but Steady Economic Recovery from COVID-19 by 2022 – Alexandria Living Magazine
  • Alexandria Tops GoFundMe‚Äôs List of Most Generous Cities in 2020 – The Zebra
  • Cities face backlash over low-traffic zones – Cities Today

BUSINESS & RETAIL

  • Shipping Containers for BARCA Wine Bar & Pier Arrive – Alexandria Living Magazine
  • Lawmakers push to make tax cut for breweries, wineries & distilleries permanent – Yahoo Finance
  • Living in quarantine has led to a lot more waste. This store is trying to fix it. – YouTube
  • Soup Season: Pho Nam Opens on King Street in Old Town – ALX Now
  • Reusing, recycling, rethinking – Washington Post