Archive for 'Development'

Oakville Triangle redevelopment plan gets further approval

Oakville Triangle redevelopment plan gets further approval

By Chris Teale (Image/City of Alexandria) The redevelopment of the Oakville Triangle took another step forward at city council’s public hearing last weekend as various amendments and plans for concept, preliminary infrastructure and transportation management garnered [...]

Ramsey Homes redevelopment to undergo public scrutiny

Ramsey Homes redevelopment to undergo public scrutiny

By Chris Teale (File photo) The Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority’s proposed redevelopment plan for the Ramsey Homes at 699 N. Patrick St. will come before the planning commission on February 4 for a public hearing [...]

New chamber CEO reflects on challenges, opportunities ahead

New chamber CEO reflects on challenges, opportunities ahead

By Chris Teale (Courtesy photo) From the offices of United Way Worldwide on North Fairfax Street where he serves as executive vice president and chief operating officer, Joseph Haggerty looks across the Potomac River and sees [...]

City council rejects Robinson Terminal South appeals

City council rejects Robinson Terminal South appeals

By Chris Teale (File image) After several hours of public testimony and discussion that became quite tense at times, city council voted to uphold the Board of Architectural Review for the Old and Historic District’s decision [...]

Former 1755 warehouse found in Indigo Hotel construction

Former 1755 warehouse found in Indigo Hotel construction

By Chris Teale (Courtesy photo) In 1755, just six years after the founding of the Town of Alexandria, the town’s Board of Trustees called upon its colleague John Carlyle to build a public warehouse at the [...]

The Mill at 515 brings life to former industrial building

The Mill at 515 brings life to former industrial building

By Chris Teale (Courtesy photo) Over the centuries, the building at 515 N. Washington St. served as the headquarters for The Mount Vernon Cotton Factory, was used as a Civil War prison, a bottling house for [...]

Judge’s ruling says GSA exceeded own size limits in TSA award

Judge’s ruling says GSA exceeded own size limits in TSA award

By Chris Teale (File photo) The General Services Administration erred in its awarding of the U.S. Transportation Security Administration’s new lease to the Victory Center in Alexandria because the building exceeded the agency’s limit of square [...]

Developers make progress on housing affordability at The Gateway

Developers make progress on housing affordability at The Gateway

By Chris Teale (File photo) The Gateway project at King and Beauregard streets received unanimous approval from city council at a November 14 public hearing, as officials hope the mix of residential, office and retail units [...]

AlexRenew opens turf field atop water treatment facility

AlexRenew opens turf field atop water treatment facility

By Chris Teale (Photo/Chris Teale) Last month, city officials celebrated the opening of a new athletic field on Limerick Street in the Carlyle-Eisenhower East neighborhood. The field is anticipated to host a variety of sports teams [...]

Alexandria Restaurant Partners buys majority stake in Waterfront Market

Alexandria Restaurant Partners buys majority stake in Waterfront Market

By Chris Teale (Photo/Chris Teale) When Jody Manor opened the Waterfront Market at 101 S. Union St. in 2013, he believed that development at the waterfront would continue to be restricted by the uncertainty around the [...]