Tag: development

Our View: Potomac Yard small area plan fiasco was avoidable

We have three main takeaways on the compromise development plan for 2551 Main Line Blvd. in Potomac Yard that was approved by city council...

City council approves 138-unit Potomac Yard development

City council approved at its public hearing a new 138-unit condo development at 2551 Main Line Blvd. in Potomac Yard that has attracted controversy...

Clash over condo development in Potomac Yard heats up

By Alexa Epitropoulos | aepitropoulos@alextimes.com A 142-unit condominium development proposed for 2551 Main Line Blvd. in Potomac Yard drew ire from residents at a planning commission...

What Asana Partners means for Old Town

By Alexa Epitropoulos | aepitropoulos@alextimes.com When Charlotte, North Carolina-based Asana Partners closed on its first set of properties in December of last year, it became one of...

My View: Parking reduction proposals are unfair

By Rod Kuckro Alexandria residents should be very wary of a proposal working its way through city hall that would deny neighborhoods the ability to...

Letter to the editor: City council needs reform

To the editor: It is time to rein in the rampant disregard of the public trust by the Alexandria City Council. Congressman Don Beyer has just...

Sparks fly at BID meeting, which brings sides face-to-face

By Alexa Epitropoulos | aepitropoulos@alextimes.com Those battling over a proposed Old Town business improvement district came face-to- face at a city council work session on Tuesday...

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...

Hotel Indigo opens on Alexandria’s waterfront

Hotel Indigo, located on the 200 block of South Union Street, is open to the public after years of debate and opposition toward Carr...

Clash over proposed business improvement district heats up

By James Cullum | jcullum@alextimes.com Arguments surrounding a proposed Business Improvement District for Old Town have grown heated within Alexandria’s business community, leading to shouting matches...
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