6/7/2021

In the News

Real Estate & Development

  • Experts: In Less Than a Year Office Will Be Back to Normal – Globe St
  • Brokers Don’t Expect D.C.’s Record-High Vacancy Rate To Come Down Any Time Soon – Bisnow
  • Carr to redevelop Old Town North coworking offices as apartments, artists space – Washington Business Journal

ECONOMY & COMMUNITY

  • The best of times? Year of pandemic and civil strife also saw transformative giving – Virginia Business
  • Virginia is rethinking its road and rail networks in planning for the long term – Washington Post
  • Forget corporate HQs. Cities are offering cash to remote workers. – Washington Business Journal
  • Va. unemployment claims continue to decline – Virginia Business
  • The D.C. region needs to repair a lack of trust to work together on economic development, a new report argues – Washington Business Journal
  • Help wanted: Hotels, restaurants confront post-pandemic staffing crisis – Virginia Business
  • Yet another D.C. regional group aims to overcome the east-west economic divide – Washington Post

Business & Retail

  • ‘Rock It Grill’ eyeing karaoke expansion, bringing back Halloween party – ALX Now
  • Hank & Mitzi’s Italian Kitchen closes for the foreseeable future in Old Town North – ALX Now
  • FireEyeAle to separate Mandiant, products business in $1.2B deal – Washington Business Journal
  • Detroit-Style Pizza Chain Emmy Squared Will Soon Open Two More D.C.-Area Shops – DC Eater
  • Misha’s Opens Second Coffee Shop Near Waterfront – Alexandria Living Magazine