Archive for 'Real Estate'

John McEnearney dead at age 87

John McEnearney dead at age 87

By Erich Wagner (Courtesy photo) John McEnearney, founder of prominent Old Town-based real estate firm McEnearney Associates, died October 8 of renal failure at the age of 87. McEnearney was a staple of the Alexandria realtor [...]

City council struggles with landlords who ignore voluntary rent guidelines

City council struggles with landlords who ignore voluntary rent guidelines

By Erich Wagner Officials with the city office of housing said last week that Alexandria’s voluntary rent control guidelines do not deter all major landlords from hiking rent exorbitantly. As part of a report [...]

Shoreline developer surveys residents

Shoreline developer surveys residents

By Derrick Perkins Old Town residents have another chance to weigh in on the proposed redevelopment of Robinson Terminal South. EYA, a local developer and real estate giant, mailed a survey about their project [...]

Old Town Theater closed, put up for sale

Old Town Theater closed, put up for sale

By Erich Wagner After closing the historic Old Town Theater — supposedly temporarily — over the summer, owner Rob Kaufman has put the century-old venue up for sale. A listing on online real estate [...]

Hotel Indigo will rise up along the waterfront

Hotel Indigo will rise up along the waterfront

By Derrick Perkins (File Photo) As expected, Carr City Centers’ waterfront lodging house will be a Hotel Indigo. Representatives of the firm, better known as the Washington-based Carr Hospitality, let the cat out of the bag [...]

Waterfront hotel project heads back to City Hall

Waterfront hotel project heads back to City Hall

By Derrick Perkins (File Photo) City councilors overwhelmingly backed Alexandria’s first boutique waterfront hotel earlier this year. But they’ll be asked to do it again next month. Critics of Carr City Centers’ planned five-story, 120-room lodging [...]

City council approves waterfront hotel

City council approves waterfront hotel

By Derrick Perkins (Image/City of Alexandria) Residents remain apprehensive about a waterfront hotel in the 200 block of S. Union St., but city councilors green-lighted the project with a 6-0 vote Saturday. The five-story, 120-room boutique [...]

Duo sees land swap as possible waterfront compromise

Duo sees land swap as possible waterfront compromise

By Derrick Perkins (File Photo) Could solving the longstanding dispute over the Old Dominion Boat Club’s waterfront parking lot be as simple as a land swap? Christine Bernstein and Jody Manor think so. The pair’s plan [...]

Negotiations for boat club property to continue

Negotiations for boat club property to continue

By Derrick Perkins (File Photo) The verdict came after nearly four hours of public testimony Tuesday evening: Negotiations for the Old Dominion Boat Club’s waterfront parking lot will continue — for at least another 90 days. [...]

Updated: City Hall weighs using eminent domain to secure Old Dominion Boat Club property

Updated: City Hall weighs using eminent domain to secure Old Dominion Boat Club property

By Derrick Perkins (File Photo) Updated at 5:43 p.m. The original story is below. With negotiations for a portion of the Old Dominion Boat Club’s waterfront property again bogged down, Mayor Bill Euille warned Tuesday that [...]