Residents walked down the middle of the 100 block of King Street and outdoor restaurant seating extended onto sidewalks and parking spaces as it opened for the business. The city closed the block to vehicular traffic in order to make room for more outdoor dining at restaurants that have struggled in recent months because of the coronavirus pandemic.
A food pantry for employees who’ve lost out on pay, or their jobs altogether, due to the coronavirus pandemic has been started by the Transportation Security Administration at Reagan National Airport. Airport employees are a casualty of the industry-wide decline wrought by COVID-19’s effect on travel businesses as a whole. Continue reading “Food Pantry Started By Reagan National TSA To Help Employees Hurt By Coronavirus Crisis”
The Key Bridge Marriott, just outside the nation’s capital, has received the go-ahead for partial demolition and major redevelopment. The landmark hotel in Rosslyn has sat just across the Potomac River from D.C.’s Georgetown neighborhood since 1959. Continue reading “Redevelopment To Start At A Landmark Northern Virginia Hotel”
Sen. Tim Kaine hosted Nicole Rosario-Flores, a JROTC Cadet at T.C. Williams High School at the February 4 Presidential State of the Union Address in Washington, D.C. Kaine is a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee. He met with Rosario-Flores and other JROTC cadets at T.C. Williams on Jan. 10, when he announced his invitation. Continue reading “Sen. Tim Kaine Hosted T.C. Williams Cadet”
The Candy Cane Bar Crawl is a tradition in Del Ray that has planted its feet firmly on the holiday schedule from year to year along with Christmas tree lightings, boat parades, holiday parties, and card-mailing. Candy Cane Bar Crawl is scheduled this year for Saturday from 1 to 6 pm. Continue reading “4th Annual Del Ray Candy Cane Bar Crawl Is Here”
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Alexandria is holding an event called “Rock The Block”. In this event, diners will feast along many, many blocks, from Carlyle down to the waterfront. The event takes place Nov. 7 from 6-9 p.m., and its reach extends across Old Town. Continue reading “Enjoy The Night Of “Rock The Block” In Alexandria”
Four Mile Run Park is located at 3700 Commonwealth Avenue, Alexandria. The alternate address is 4131 Mount Vernon Avenue. Four Mile Run Park is a large park that includes athletic fields, basketball, a biking/jogging/walking trail, bird and river watching, fishing, a playground, picnic benches, and sitting areas, as well as a Conservatory Center. Continue reading “Visit Four Mile Run Park Near Auburn Village”
This 2 bedroom home is in Beaumont at Alexandria. You might decide that renting is better for you than buying because acquiring title to a property has its drawbacks. Talk to Julie Nesbitt to learn more about the advantages and disadvantages of getting real estate in Northern Virginia. The listing agent represents the seller. Julie is a buyer’s real estate pro specializing in buyers who need to acquire in Alexandria.
Continue reading “2 BR Home In Alexandria, Virginia For $550,000”
An extraordinary opportunity to purchase a one of a kind water view unit with over $186k in high-end renovations/upgrades. Top of the line appliances, new HVAC, water heater, fixtures, lighting, flooring, etc. No detail overlooked. The unit has a … [Read more]
$805,000 |-| 2 BR |-| 2 BA |-| 0 HB |-| Arlington