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Alexandria Is Getting a 12-Vendor Food Hall That Will Include Ramen and Pizza
Eater

Alexandria Is Getting a 12-Vendor Food Hall That Will Include Ramen and Pizza

Washington Business Journal previously reported that the food hall comes from entrepreneur Scott Shaw and co-working company ALX Community.
An Office-to-Residential Project in Alexandria to Deliver 520 Apartments, Indoor/Outdoor Food Hall
Urban Turf

An Office-to-Residential Project in Alexandria to Deliver 520 Apartments, Indoor/Outdoor Food Hall

"Half of the 20,000 square feet of amenities will be on the rooftop, including a heated terrace; other common areas will include a three-story gym and a two-story bar and game room."
The DC area’s most beautiful co-working locations, mapped
Curbed

The DC area’s most beautiful co-working locations, mapped

"12. ALX Community"
Virginia-based ALX Community is Expanding with Another Coworking Space
Citybizlist

Virginia-based ALX Community is Expanding with Another Coworking Space

"ALX Community, an Alexandria, Va.-based shared office space and coworking community, announced that it is opening its second location in the city’s Old Town area at 201 N. Union Street."
ALX Community Mural
Meg Biram

ALX Community Mural

"This mural is in the stairwell at the new ALX Community co-working space in Old Town. Below is a sketch of the idea, and you can see it come to life through the photos I took during and after painting it."
ALX COMMUNITY WILL OPEN A 25,000 SQ FT COWORKING SPACE IN OLD TOWN ALEXANDRIA
AllWork

ALX COMMUNITY WILL OPEN A 25,000 SQ FT COWORKING SPACE IN OLD TOWN ALEXANDRIA

"The new location will be located in a historic area along the Old Town Alexandria waterfront and it will feature a mix of private and shared workspace areas, as well as a 5,000 square feet conference center."
Food hall, coworking space to anchor Carlyle adaptive reuse project
Alexandria Times

Food hall, coworking space to anchor Carlyle adaptive reuse project

“Trends have changed recently with the way people are working and shifting away from the old, traditional office buildings to WeWork and working from home,” Peters said. “People have become more efficient in their office demand, therefore creating some empty office buildings and therefore opportunities for large adaptive reuses.”
New murals add color to Old Town businesses
Washington Business Journal

New murals add color to Old Town businesses

The third mural, shown on page 1, is located on the south side of the ALX Community building at 106 N. Lee St.

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