Tag: amazon

Virginia Tech Innovation Campus relocates to 65-acre site near Potomac Yard...

By Missy Schrott | mschrott@alextimes.com The Virginia Tech Innovation Campus coming to Alexandria will be located on a much larger site than the one announced...

Virginia Tech announces larger site for Innovation Campus

By Missy Schrott | mschrott@alextimes.com  The Virginia Tech Innovation Campus coming to Alexandria will be located on a much larger site than the one announced...

Potomac Yard Metro southern entrance returns to chopping block

By Missy Schrott | mschrott@alextimes.com The saga of the Potomac Yard Metro station’s controversial southern entrance returns, and according to a city news release, the...

Our View: A good budget

With apologies to J.K. Rowling, we are tempted to say, “You’re a wizard, Mark.” How else to view Alexandria’s fiscal year 2020 budget, passed...

The Business Plan with Bill Reagan: Finding balance in our community

Our incredible city has so much going for it, and with the spotlight on Amazon HQ2 and the Innovation Campus, the whole world has...

How Northern Virginia locked down Amazon HQ2

By Missy Schrott | mschrott@alextimes.com More than 1,000 community members and stakeholders gathered Feb. 28 for an “Amazon HQ2-Apalooza” to learn about the tech giant’s...

Your Views: Build a bridge to Van Dorn station

To the editor: Alexandria should prioritize building a bridge across Backlick Run and Norfolk Southern to Van Dorn Station, expanding the amount of housing on...

Northern Virginia Amazon HQ2 plans still on track

By Missy Schrott | mschrott@alextimes.com Amazon announced its break up with Long Island City, Queens on Valentine’s Day last week, causing Northern Virginians to wonder:...

Your View: City should hold Amazon Town Hall

To the editor: On Jan. 20, I organized an Amazon Town Hall and called it a Deeper Dive because I believe whether you are for...

Letter to the Editor: Housing affordability is a density issue

To the editor: Housing affordability is the new clarion cry for public and private sector problem-solvers. The impending “Invasion of the Amazonians” has galvanized them...