Tag: development

Our View: A sea of change for Old Town

Sometimes change comes so slowly it’s almost imperceptible. Like beach erosion or the growth of a child, those who witness it daily don’t see the...

Q&A: EYA Senior Vice President A.J. Jackson talks Robinson Landing

By Alexa Epitropoulos | aepitropoulos@alextimes.com  After years of Robinson Terminal South sitting vacant, the waterfront site at the foot of Duke Street will soon be occupied...

Letter to the Editor: Current Karig proposal is irresponsible

Letter to the Editor: We live at 3929 Colonel Ellis Ave. in Alexandria, just behind the Beth El Synagogue, separated by one property from the...

Sunrise Senior Living’s North Old Town location moves forward

By Alexa Epitropoulos | aepitropoulos@alextimes.com Sunrise Senior Living’s planned Old Town facility passed its most significant hurdle on Nov. 18 when city council unanimously approved...

Our View: A visionary response to a tangible need

Too often in life, dealings seem to be zero-sum, meaning one side loses while the other wins. Issues at the national level regularly default...

Planning commission OKs contentious site plan change

By Missy Schrott | mschrott@alextimes.com Residents expressed environmental concerns about a development project proposed for a several-acre plot behind the Beth El Hebrew Congregation at...

EYA begins sales on Robinson Landing, expects move-ins by late 2018

EYA's Robinson Landing development is starting sales of its townhouses and condominiums, the company announced on Tuesday. The 96-unit development on the waterfront will include...

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...
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