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Alexandria Comcast Outdoor Film Festival

Comcast and the City of Alexandria welcome you back to the scenic Waterfront Park for the 14th Annual Comcast Outdoor Film Festival. Located just...

Hotel Indigo debuts as the first piece of Carr’s waterfront development

By Alexa Epitropoulos | aepitropoulos@alextimes.com There was a time when Hotel Indigo rising up on Alexandria’s waterfront at all was in question. The boutique hotel, which opened...

Your View: Alexandria must do more to protect the Potomac

By Nick Kuttner, Vice chairman, Potomac Riverkeeper Network Board of Directors (File photo) To the editor: The Potomac Riverkeeper Network was encouraged to read that the...

Chadwicks, Alexandria’s go-to spot for great food

A Special Advertising Feature of the Alexandria Times The thought of entertaining scores of friends, family, and strangers in one’s home can paralyze even a...

Waterfront plan reaffirmed by state supreme court

By Erich Wagner (File photo) The Virginia Supreme Court again sided with attorneys for the city last month, ruling against the so-called Iron Ladies’ petition...

Learning from Alexandria’s past redevelopment mistakes

By Bert Ely, co-chair, Friends of the Alexandria Waterfront (File photo) I hope you all saw the WETA documentary, “Discovering Alexandria”, which was shown three...

State Supreme Court to hear latest waterfront plan appeal

By Erich Wagner (File photo) More than a year after dismissing the last major challenge to the city’s controversial waterfront plan, the Virginia Supreme Court...

Waterfront hotel developer reaches out to residents

By Derrick Perkins (File image) Work on Carr City Centers’ waterfront hotel, after years of discussion and in spite of fervent opposition, is poised to...

Waterfront developer seeks to alleviate concerns

By Derrick Perkins (Image/City of Alexandria) Representatives of regional developer and real estate giant EYA sought to woo local business owners and enlist their help...

Officials move forward with waterfront flood mitigation project

By Derrick Perkins (Image/City of Alexandria) Would a six-foot bulwark along the city’s waterfront end Old Town’s embarrassing tradition of flooding with every major storm?...
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