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Columbia Pike Partnership

After rainout, ‘Paws on Pike’ stages comeback

The Columbia Pike Partnership will host the annual “Paws on the Pike” on Saturday, Oct. 8 from 1 to 5 p.m. at Centro Arlington, 950 South George Mason Drive. It was rained out on Oct. 1. The free event will...

Groups settle in to new Columbia Pike digs

Community leaders gathered on Sept. 16 to mark the formal opening of new space being occupied jointly by the Columbia Pike Partnership and Black Heritage Museum of Arlington. The two organizations shared space in another Columbia Pike location until redevelopment...

Pike Partnership, Black Heritage Museum to open new space

An opening celebration to mark the new space being occupied jointly by the Columbia Pike Partnership and Black Heritage Museum of Arlington will be held on Friday, Sept. 16 from 4 to 6 p.m. at 3045B Columbia Pike. The two...

Columbia Pike group sets leadership team for coming year

Shannon Bailey, vice president of client services at More Vang and a member of the board of directors of the Columbia Pike Partnership for the past three years, has been tapped to serve as president of the organization for...

‘Summer Movie Nights’ coming to Columbia Pike

The Columbia Pike Partnership has announced the films to be screened during its 2022 Summer Movie Nights series. Family-friendly films will be screened at sunset (8 to 8:30 p.m.) in English with Spanish subtitles. Friday-night films at Arlington Mill Community Center,...

Upcoming forum to tout progress on Columbia Pike

The Columbia Pike Partnership will host its annual “Pike Progress Luncheon” in an online format on Thursday, April 21. The event “serves as a celebration of the economic progress of the Pike over the past few decades, as well as...

Development, rents, transportation highlight forum on Columbia Pike

Those trying to lease commercial property in the Columbia Pike corridor are finding the old adage about land – “they’re not making any more of it” – certainly rings true. Arlington economic-development officials say they will assist where possible, but...

Columbia Pike advocacy group takes on new name

Goodbye, “Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization.” Hello, “Columbia Pike Partnership.” The Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization (CPRO) used its 35th-anniversary celebration on Oct. 14 to announce its new name, the culmination of a process several years in the making. “We felt it was...
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Newly selected economic-development czar is a neighbor

It’s another national search that ended up with a new department head coming from very close to home. Arlington County...
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