2/1/2021

In the News

Real Estate & Development

  • Swamp Fox Road Gone, but City Council Leaves Door Open for Eventual Return – ALX Now
  • The Work-From-Home Effect on Real Estate Markets – CoStar
  • Va. saw 10.8% increase in home sales in 2020 – Virginia Business
  • City Council Approves Accessory Dwelling Unit Policy with Revisions – Alexandria Living Magazine
  • Photos: The Regal Potomac Yard Movie Theater is Being Torn Down – ALX Now
  • Va. lawmakers hesitate on new affordable housing tax credits, citing budget woes – Washington Business Journal
  • Office Market Faces Months of Further Uncertainty From Coronavirus – CoStar
  • Despite COVID-19 Contractor Impacts, Potomac Yard Metro Station on Track for Spring 2022 Opening – ALX Now
  • Arlington home prices post first annual decline in more than a year – WTOP
  • Council approves accessory dwelling unit policy – Alexandria Times

ECONOMY & COMMUNITY

  • Regional rail vision aims to stitch Virginia, Maryland and D.C. closer together – Virginia Mercury
  • D.C.-area colleges and universities expect $273 million as part of the second Covid-19 relief bill – Washington Business Journal
  • Reagan National’s new concourse is still set to open this summer. But there was a recent Covid spike among workers. – Washington Business Journal
  • The SBA approved billions in new PPP loans. Here’s how much D.C., Virginia and Maryland businesses got. – Washington Business Journal
  • Virginia extends Covid-19 restrictions, workplace safety rules as officials work to speed up vaccinations – Washington Business Journal

BUSINESS & RETAIL

  • As pandemic rages on, legislature moves to extend loosened alcohol restrictions as lifeline to restaurants – Roanoke Times
  • New Daycare Proposed for Hoffman Town Center – ALX Now
  • Drive-thrus and PPE — see the Covid costs now covered under the SBA’s PPP loans – Washington Business Journal
  • Old Town Tourism Company Hopes to Convert Historic Building to Live Music Venue – ALX Now
  • He co-founded Capital One and QED Investors. Here’s why he’s bullish on 2021. – Washington Business Journal
  • Here’s What’s New in Alexandria in 2021 – Visit Alexandria
  • Revamped ‘ESP’ on King Street Ditches Old Ownership and Controversies – ALX Now
  • Visit Alexandria Reveals ‘What’s New’ – Alexandria Living Magazine
  • D.C.-Based Pizza Spots Opening in Alexandria, Shirlington – Alexandria Living Magazine
  • New Restaurants Opening In Alexandria and More! – The Zebra