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Arlington Economic Development

Economic-development staff gets to keep its office space

The Arlington government’s economic-development office will be staying put for at least the next dozen years, and taxpayers will reap some savings in the bargain. County Board members have approved a revised lease for Arlington Economic Development to occupy 16,115...

Editor’s Notebook: It’s only money, honey

Never, ever trust members of the Northern Virginia press corps to do math correctly. In an article I typed up over the weekend, one paragraph included the current annual budget of Arlington Economic Development, the county government’s economic-development wing. It comes...

Office-vacancy rates up all across county

Just under one in four square feet of commercial office space in the Ballston corridor was vacant in the first quarter of 2021, according to new data, the highest of all corridors of Arlington and one of the highest...

Hotel-occupancy rates still down in the dumps

Hoteliers and moteliers in Arlington continue to be filling far fewer rooms than they were in the pre-pandemic period, and coupled with significant reductions in room rates, are receiving less than half the revenue per available room than they...
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Letter: Del. Simon lives his values, aids his community

Editor: In your Oct. 21 Fairfax legislative-races endorsements, you claim that the Del. Marcus Simon (D-53rd) is “disconnected from...
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