Carlyle Canteen

The Carlyle Community Council, the City of Alexandria and the Alexandria Economic Development Partnership kicks off next week a new outdoor happy series called Carlyle Canteen. The Fall happy hour series will take place on Wednesday’s starting September 20th, and will run for four weeks ending October 11th.

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Zimride by Enterprise

Carlyle Community Council partners with Zimride by Enterprise to ease employee Safetrack commutes
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Workers, residents and visitors to Carlyle are fortunate the Carlyle Council offers services to make getting to your destination easier. The Carlyle Community Council (CCC) in partnership with the City’s Local Motion office can ease your commuter experience with its Transportation Management Program (TMP) to promote the use of transit, bicycling and walking in Carlyle.
Carlyle is a unique mixed-use community in Alexandria, accommodating a dense assortment of uses including high-rise residential complexes, large floor-plate office buildings, a luxury hotel, and retail establishments. Just west of Old Town, the neighborhood includes a variety of natural and urban open spaces and parks.
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Carlyle Canteen

A New Outdoor Happy Hour Series Kicks Off in Carlyle Featuring Regional Craft Brewers  Carlyle Canteen Starts Next Week  September 14, 2017 - (Alexandria, VA) – The Carlyle Community Council, the City of Alexandria and the Alexandria Economic...
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The Carlyle Club Presents ~ Wedding Showcase

Finest wedding professionals serving the greater metropolitan area all in the beautiful art deco ambiance of the Carlyle Club. A few well-spent hours will help plan the day of your dreams. Experience live music, talk with award winning professionals in the areas of...
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AlexRenew Project will Impact Holland Lane

AlexRenew Project will Impact Holland Lane Alexandria Renew Enterprises is cleaning and inspecting the Commonwealth Interceptor, the underground pipe that conveys wastewater flow from the City’s sewer lines to AlexRenew. Periodic cleaning and inspection of this line...
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City Applies for Grant to Rehab Carlyle Dog Park

In August, awardees for the “Bark for Your Park” grant applicants will be announced. The City applied for a grant to improve the Carlyle Dog Park. The 2017 PetSafe® Bark For Your Park™ Program is committed to creating safe, off-leash areas for pets and their owners....
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National Science Foundation Move-in Has Started

The IT staff for the National Science Foundation (NSF) started moving over the July 4th holiday into their new headquarters at 2415 Eisenhower Avenue while the official move-in begins August 24th to be completed by early October.  The NSF will occupy a new 667,759 SF...
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New Tunnel to Connect VRE and King St Metro Approved

The Virginia Railway Express (VRE) received $18.4 million for the design and construction of a pedestrian tunnel that will connect Alexandria Union Station to the King St. Metro Station to help improve safety and access between the two stations.  Currently, passengers...
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Carlyle’s TMP Wins Regional Award

The Carlyle Community Council received the annual Employer Services Organization Achievement Award from Commuter Connections.  Presented to CCC President Phil Weber at a ceremony on June 22nd, the award recognizes organizations or jurisdictions that have built...
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More Capital Bikeshare Stations Approved in Alexandria

More Capital Bikeshare Stations Approved in Alexandria Capital Bikeshare (CaBi) users will soon have more options for CaBi stations in Alexandria. The City just approved adding eight new station locations: •Braddock Road Metro Station – South •Duke Street & Holmes...
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CANCELED/ SEPT. 2 – “When Harry Met Sally Saturday” Cinema At Carlyle in Alexandria

Saturday Cinema Debuts in Carlyle Free Monthly Film Festival Series --- The Carlyle Community Council, the City of Alexandria and the Alexandria Economic Development Partnership are pleased to announce the arrival of Saturday Cinema at Carlyle – an outdoor film...
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CARLYLE ROAD CONSTRUCTION

CARLYLE ROAD CONSTRUCTION ALERT

The long-awaited project to remove the jersey barriers and improve the security perimeter at the A.V. Bryan Federal Courthouse is slated to begin very soon.  This construction project will impact traffic flow.   Effective Thursday, March 23rd, Jamieson Avenue will be partially closed allowing only one-way traffic heading westbound on Jamieson by the Courthouse construction site.  Traffic from Mill Road headed eastbound for Jamieson Avenue will be diverted.  Eastbound drivers can turn on Elizabeth Lane off of Eisenhower Avenue or continue on Eisenhower Avenue to John Carlyle Street or Holland Lane.   Reportedly, this traffic plan will be in effect for the duration of the project, estimated to be completed in the early fall.

CARLYLE ROAD CONSTRUCTION

CARLYLE ROAD CONSTRUCTION ALERT

The long-awaited project to remove the jersey barriers and improve the security perimeter at the A.V. Bryan Federal Courthouse is slated to begin very soon.  This construction project will impact traffic flow.   Effective Thursday, March 23rd, Jamieson Avenue will be partially closed allowing only one-way traffic heading westbound on Jamieson by the Courthouse construction site.  Traffic from Mill Road headed eastbound for Jamieson Avenue will be diverted.  Eastbound drivers can turn on Elizabeth Lane off of Eisenhower Avenue or continue on Eisenhower Avenue to John Carlyle Street or Holland Lane.   Reportedly, this traffic plan will be in effect for the duration of the project, estimated to be completed in the early fall.

Carlyle Community Council partners with Zimride

During times when Metro track work may cause train delays and more people taking to the roads, this free and flexible option saves time and money commuting. And, it is free to join!“

Greater Carlyle Area Growth Spurt

Development in the City

Old Town Alexandria

Eisenhower Valley

Carlyle Alexandria

Old Town Alexandria

Potomac Yard

The greater Carlyle area of Alexandria is flush with new development projects.

Currently there is over 2.3 million square feet of office space in the pipeline as well as new residential totaling 1,860 units and 137,000 square feet of retail.

Alexandria’s economic development agency recently released its update of projects throughout the City that includes a map of these projects you can see here.

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