In the News – 11/23/2020


In the News

Real Estate & Development

  • A developer just bought Alexandria’s shuttered power plant. A massive mixed-use project is now on tap. – Washington Business Journal
  • Developer Buys GenOn Plant in North Old Town for Redevelopment – ALX Now
  • Hilco Acquires Former Potomac River Power Plant, With Eye On Redevelopment – CoStar
  • Biden Administration Brings ‘Potomac Fever’ Boost To D.C.’s Office, Multifamily Markets – Bisnow News
  • City Council Approves New Developments Along Eisenhower Avenue – ALX Now
  • DARK OUTLOOK – Washington Business Journal
  • Lenox Place at Sunnyside: A small oasis of townhouses tucked away in Alexandria – Washington Post


  • Metro announces 2-week shutdown, smaller weekend shutdowns on Blue Line – WJLA
  • MWAA predicts slow recovery for Reagan and Dulles airports – Washington Business Journal
  • Bank of America Gives 21 Higher Education Institutions $1 Million Each as Part of Recently Announced $25 Million Jobs Initiative – Bank of America Newsroom [Featuring Northern Virginia Community College]
  • Alexandria turns controversy into opportunity by teaching students the racist history behind school names – Washington Post