3/15/2021

In the News

Real Estate & Development

  • The D.C. region is falling far short of its affordable housing construction goals, a new study shows – Washington Business Journal
  • Exclusive: Patent and Trademark Office may shed excess space in Northern Virginia – Washington Business Journal
  • Development Questions Remain for New Braddock West Project Headed to City Council – ALX Now
  • Stress Tests Reveal Office Values Could Fall 50% if WFH Sticks – Globe St. News
  • Alexandria City Council Sets Potential Range for 2021 Real Estate Tax Rate – City of Alexandria
  • One Year On, This Is What Covid Has Done To U.S. Real Estate – Bisnow News
  • The Carlyle neighborhood could be getting its own Hanging Gardens – ALX Now

ECONOMY & COMMUNITY

Business & Retail

  • Alexandria Health Department Adds Restaurant Workers to Current Vaccination Phase – ALX Now
  • New Montessori School Wants to Move to the Old Spicer’s Upholstery Off Duke Street – ALX Now
  • Bryce Space and Technology Announces Name Change to “BryceTech” – PR Newswire