In the News – 4/19/2021


In the News

Real Estate & Development

  • JBG SMITH’s AJ Jackson On the ‘Missing Middle’ in DC Affordable Housing – Commercial Observer
  • Office-To-Housing Plays Are Buzzier, But Retail, Hotel Conversions May Become More Common – Bisnow News
  • The 2020 Finance Transaction of the Year… Southern Towers Aquisition Financing, CBRE – CREBA Annual Awards
  • Want a house in Alexandria? Bring a million dollars – WTOP
  • Potomac Yard Metro Station Begins to Take Shape – NBC Washington


  • Alexandria Nominated for Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards – Alexandria Living Magazine
  • Virginia Issues March 2021 Revenue Report – Governor of Virginia
  • Alexandria mayor proposes free DASH bus service for all – WTOP
  • Spring2ACTion fundraiser sets $2.5 million goal for Alexandria nonprofits – ALX Now
  • Governor Northam Announces Virginia’s Unemployment Rate Fell to 5.1 Percent in March – Governor of Virginia

Business & Retail

  • These are the 75 Best Places to Work in Greater Washington for 2021 – Washington Business Journal [Feat. XL: Kearney & Co.; Small: TorchLight Hire]
  • Alexandria to Get First DashMart in DC Metro Area – Alexandria Living Magazine
  • Who will be named the 2021 Innovator of the Year? – Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce [Call out Building Momentum for nomination]
  • 7 local craft shops that will help unleash your creativity – Washington Post
  • Vice President Harris is making her mark on the Washington-area crochet scene – Washington Post
  • We looked at the Restaurant Revitalization Fund draft application. Here’s what you need to know. – Washington Business Journal
  • FOX 5 FIELD TRIP: The Chart House in Alexandria – FOX5DC
  • Alexandria Restauranteurs Open Vaccine Clinics for Their Employees – NBC Washington
  • Venturing Out to Old Town Alexandria: Food, Friends, Fun – The Hoya
  • The Midas List: The World’s Best Venture Capital Investors In 2021 – Forbes [Call out Nigel Morris with Alexandria-based QED Investors for making the list –]