Tag: redevelopment

City kicks off replanning effort for Landmark Mall

After years of stop-and-start planning for Landmark Mall’s redevelopment, the city is kicking off a re-planning effort with several community meetings. The first meeting will...

ARHA isn’t moving forward with planned Andrew Adkins redevelopment

Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority announced Friday afternoon that the planned redevelopment of Andrew Adkins is off the table.  ARHA owns and manages Andrew Adkins,...

Our View: Wanted: More low-income housing

Housing affordability is an issue that continues to bedevil Alexandria. We have frequently lamented on these pages the gradual loss of affordable housing units in...

Preserving affordability on Route 1

By Missy Schrott | mschrott@alextimes.com As Alexandria’s supply of market-rate affordable housing continues to diminish, the city is working to preserve the rare affordable units...

New Town: Alexandria native Teddy Kim builds up Parker-Gray district

By Alexa Epitropoulos | aepitropoulos@alextimes.com Teddy Kim saw early potential in the Parker-Gray neighborhood. The Alexandria native had graduated from Virginia Tech University with a degree...

Though passed by council, waterfront plan remains fluid

The city council may have approved the contentious waterfront plan, but that doesn’t mean Alexandria’s elected officials can’t tweak the blueprint in the coming...

Civic group says power plant site must be addressed before waterfront...

Planning for the future of the GenOn power plant must be included in the city’s controversial waterfront blueprint before it’s approved, say members of...

As vote on waterfront plan looms, supporters look to dispel myths...

As the city's contentious vision for the Potomac shoreline heads into the home stretch, a resident group has scheduled meetings designed to drum up...

Editorial: On the waterfront, knee-jerk reactions are not solutions

The waterfront plan work group hadn’t yet released its long-awaited, 142-page dossier of recommendations for improving the city’s blueprint for the Potomac shoreline before...

Gentrification fears fuel debate in Arlandria

City planners and developers have long viewed Arlandria as a neighborhood in need of a facelift, but as two massive, six-story buildings move closer...
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