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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.
News, Events, and More. News Check out our latest news, including Bike to Work day, community stories, and more. Events Join us at one of events, from our dog park meetings to The Carlyle Clubs special events

King Street Metro Station Construction to Start Early Spring

Due to upcoming construction at the King St. Metro parking area, the City will prohibit shuttle buses from stopping there until the project ends in late 2019.  Once construction starts, Carlyle’s shuttle buses will no longer be able to pick up or drop off passengers...
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Pedestrian Tunnel and Carlyle Shuttle Holiday Schedule

For the President’s Day holiday on February 19th, the Duke St. pedestrian tunnel will be closed and there will be no Carlyle shuttle bus service. In regard to other closures, if the federal government closes due to inclement weather, the tunnel will be closed, and the...
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Bike To Work Day

The biggest and best bike commuting event is set for Friday morning, May 18th at John Carlyle Square Park. Carlyle Council is the sponsor of the Carlyle Pit Stop for this popular regional event co-organized by Commuter Connections and the Washington Area Bicyclist...
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CVS Opens at National Science Foundation Building

A CVS Pharmacy on the first floor of the National Science Foundation (NSF) headquarters at 2415 Eisenhower Avenue is now open. This store location is close to Eisenhower Metro station as well as the Hoffman AMC theater. With this addition, Carlyle residents and...
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New Wine Bar Coming to Duke St Late Summer!

The owners of the popular Grand Cru in Ballston are set to open a similar place in the old Stella’s location across Duke Street from Whole Foods Market. The new space, Sancerre, will have in indoor seating, event space and seating for about 100 outside in its...
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Fusion Academy Open House

EVENT - Open House & Campus Tour 2/22/2018 12:00 pm – 01:00 pm | Campus Events Join us Thursday, February 22nd at 12:00 for a campus tour! Check out our unique one to one learning model, view the artwork by our students, and hang out in the homework cafe. Families...
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Hoffman Town Center Project Approved by Planning Commission

The December newsletter reported on the proposal by Stonebridge/Carras for a multi-tower multi residential use project above retail that includes a Wegmans   This project was approved by Planning Commission on January 4th.   The details are: Item:     Hoffman Town...
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Federal Courthouse Security Perimeter Project Update

The project to remove the jersey barriers and improve the security perimeter at the Federal Courthouse is expected to be completed by the end of January 2018, weather permitting.  Here is the status: Cable Stay Bollard installation continues on Elizabeth Lane...
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Metro SmarTrip® Card Changes Begin January 8th

Metro SmarTrip® Card Changes Begin January 8th Stay positive! Starting January 8th your SmarTrip® card must have a positive balance to ride Metro.  Be sure to top off your card before then and keep it positive. Staying positive is easy with Auto Reload that...
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New PTO Vanpool is Adding Riders

New PTO Vanpool is Adding Riders A new van pool has started running from Woodbridge to the PTO campus weekdays and is looking for additional riders.  The schedule is Mon-Fri, 8.45 am to 6.30 pm.  For more information, contact Md.Rahman@USPTO.GOV.
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Feb
25
Sun
2018
On Behalf of the Carlyle Club: A Tribute to the Music of Gerald Levert, Donny Hathaway and More
Feb 25 @ 6:00 pm

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The super talented soul singers Jamar Dukes and Craig T. Dobson returns to the Carlyle Club honoring the music of R&B Legendary Vocalists Gerald Levert, Donny Hathaway, Bobby Womack, Marvin Gaye and more. Join us as we enjoy some of the best music ever made by these artists who left us with so many great hits including “Cassanova”, “Pop, Pop, Pop Goes My Mind”, “A Song for You”, “The Closer I Get to You”, “A Woman Got To Have It”, “If you think you lonely now”, “Sexual Healing”, “Let’s Get It On” and more. Music will be powered by the Ron Ward Jr.  Band. Make your reservations early before the show sells out!

Mar
20
Tue
2018
Small Business Roundtable: My Customers are Other Small Businesses – How Do I Reach Them? @ Alexandria Small Business Center
Mar 20 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Facilitated by Ray Sidney-Smith, W3 Consulting

The Small Business Roundtable is an opportunity to meet with other small business owners in a facilitated discussion format. No pre-registration is required. Feel free to bring your lunch or a beverage.

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.

PDF versions of this document are available for download

 
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