Monday Nov 11, 2019

ALX in the News: Week of November 11th

By: Adrianne Griffith

In the News

Highlighting news featuring businesses in Alexandria and events around the City each week- whether you are starting a business in Alexandria, or are already part of our community, stay on top of local economic development interest items here!


Each month, check out “Growing in Alexandria,” an AEDP blog series that focuses on businesses around the City.

 November found us meeting with Kai Leszkowicz, Co-Founder of Aslin Beer Co., who sat down with us to talk about the operation. Check it out today on the blog!


 

REAL ESTATE & DEVELOPMENT

  • The Return of Concessions and an Abundance of Options: DC Shows Glints of Being Buyer-Friendly – Urban Turf DC
  • Virginia Tech Unveils First Concept Plan for North Potomac Yard – ALX Now
  • CAS Riegler co-founder forges new partnership, renames company – Washington Business Journal
  • Department of Defense Plans to Screen Pentagon Mail in the West End – ALX Now
  • Curtain raises on plan for Virginia Tech campus, Regal Potomac Yard redevelopment – Washington Business Journal
  • JBG Smith rolls out revised vision for massive Potomac Yard Shopping Center redevelopment – Washington Business Journal
  • New Art Deco Influenced Townhouses Planned for Braddock Neighborhood – ALX Now
  • Decline in Alexandria Housing Supply Could Extend Past Amazon Dip – ALX Now
  • Eight Million Square Feet of New Development In the Works for Potomac Yard – ALX Now
  • What’s New With the DC Area’s Bonkers Real-Estate Scene – Washingtonian
  • Virginia Tech submits first concept plan to city – Alexandria Times

ECONOMY & COMMUNITY

  • Amazon academy? Virginia looks to add thousands of new computer science graduates – Washington Business Journal 
  • With Amazon on the Horizon, City Begins Update to Arlandria and Del Ray Plans – ALX Now
  • Inside Virginia’s Bold New Plan to Invest in University-Bred Tech Talent – DC Inno
  • Governor Northam Announces Plans to Graduate 31,000 in Computer Science, Boosting Tech Talent Pipeline – Office of the Virginia Governor

BUSINESS & RETAIL

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