1/19/2021

In the News

Real Estate & Development

  • Virginia Tech receives $10M gift for AI center, other programs – Virginia Business
  • Virginia Tech’s Potomac Yard campus scores $7.4 million alumni gift to support AI research – Washington Business Journal
  • Housing cost pressures for low-income N. Va. families were highest in U.S. even before Covid-19 hit, report finds – Washington Business Journal
  • Demo work to start this month on Innovation Campus property – Virginia Business
  • PRP Begins Conversion of Alexandria, Virginia, Office Building Into Apartments – CoStar
  • ‘Corporate Malfeasance’ Not To Consider HQ Move Out Of Bay Area Or NYC – Bisnow News
  • EXCLUSIVE: GSA Real Estate Head Reflects On Accomplishments, Disappointments, The Future Of Federal Offices – Bisnow News
  • Survey: Vaccine availability, employee ‘sentiment’ will decide when D.C.-area employees get back to the office – Washington Business Journal
  • Capital COVID-19 Snapshot: Planning for the Return to Worksites – Greater Washington Partnership
  • Yet Another Alexandria Office Building Is Planned For A Condo Conversion – Bisnow News
  • Alexandria office building sells for $13.12M; to be converted to condos – Virginia Business

ECONOMY & COMMUNITY

BUSINESS & RETAIL

  • Shop Made in D.C. expands brand, plans for Northern Virginia locations – Washington Business Journal
  • 10 Va. companies join VEDP’s export trade program – Virginia Business [Feat: BecTech]
  • We’re in the Midst of a Sandwich Boom—Here Are Five You Need to Try Right Now – Washingtonian [Feat: Chewish Deli]
  • Stomping Ground Owner to Launch New Eatery with Mae’s Market and Café – Alexandria Gazette [Page 10]
  • I want to keep the music going’: Alexandria company’s concerts shut down over permitting issues – Washington Business Journal
  • Atlantis Restaurant to Close – Alexandria Living Magazine
  • Old Town Alexandria Has a Huge New Grill With Floor-to-Ceiling Views of the Potomac – Eater DC