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Mailing Address: 1500 Eisenhower Avenue, Alexandria  VA 22314

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    • 03/30/2017
    • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
    • South Auditorium, The United States Patent and Trademark Office, 600 Dulany Street, Alexandria
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    City Manager Mark B. Jinks

    On April 14, 2015, the Alexandria City Council appointed Mark B. Jinks as City Manager. Prior to his appointment, Jinks had previously served as Acting City Manager, beginning in January 2015. Jinks has dedicated his career to public service. He joined the City in 1999 as Chief Financial Officer, responsible for the City's budget, finance programs, and information technology services. He served for 10 years in that role before becoming a Deputy City Manager where he oversaw the City's land use planning, zoning, historic preservation, transportation, environmental protection, code administration, affordable housing, parks, recreation, cultural activities, and museums. His responsibilities included the areas of economic development, project finance, and project implementation. Prior to his time in Alexandria, Jinks served as the Director of Management and Finance and Budget Director for Arlington County, Va.

    Jinks holds a Bachelor's Degree and a Master's Degree in Public Administration from The Pennsylvania State University. He is an alumnus of executive education programs at the Kennedy School at Harvard, the University of Virginia and Syracuse University. Jinks taught public finance and budgeting at universities in the United States and Poland, and has served as an economic development and financial management consultant to the cities of Warsaw, and Krakow Poland.

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Breakfast with City Manager, Mark Jinks 
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Join sponsors:  Perseus Realty, Carlyle Council, Covanta, Access National Bank, Christopher Consultants and CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union!

Don't miss EP's premium event, "Breakfast with the City Manager."    Register by clicking here. NAIOP Tour provides opportunities for EP businesses. Carlyle Design Review Board considers three projects and more.


March 2017

The Eisenhower Partnership presents its signature spring event, Breakfast with the City Manager March 30

Join us for an interesting morning of discussion, Q&A, hot breakfast, and networking on March 30.  City Manager Mark Jinks will discuss how his proposed City budget impacts the Eisenhower Valley and other topics of interest to Eisenhower Partnership members: Eisenhower East and West development proposals, signage, transportation, and much more.  The event will be held at the Eisenhower Valley’s innovation headquarters, the US Patent and Trademark Office, south auditorium, from 8 to 10 am.  

Seating is limited.  Register here.

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Eisenhower Partnership helps bring the NAIOP Bus Tour to Eisenhower East
on May 4

Every second year, NAIOP brings ten buses loaded with commercial real estate brokers and other members of the real estate community inside the Beltway for a tour of major buildings.  This year, thanks to the Alexandria Economic Development Partnership and the National Science Foundation, the May 4 tour will begin and end at the NSF building at 2415 Eisenhower Avenue.  In the morning, over 50 exhibitors will promote their projects, products or services.  Trade show booths are still available; if you are interested, please contact Kathy D’Amato,  There are also opportunities to provide door prizes for the trade show, or for on-bus giveaways.  The Eisenhower Partnership is advertising in the tour book that will be given to each attendee, and we are also including an article on the Eisenhower Valley.  Several of our members are assisting in sponsoring the breakfast and trade show.  This is an event not to be missed – and a great chance for all Eisenhower Valley property owners to showcase their property or business.

Ways for you to be involved in this annual event:

  • Trade show booths are still available; if you are interested, please contact Kathy D’Amato,
  • There is the opportunity to provide door prizes for the trade show,
  • To provide prizes for on-bus giveaways and
  • Don't forget to book a seat on the bus!  For more information, check


March Happy Hour Held at Holiday Inn –Snow Could Not Keep Members Away

The Eisenhower Partnership’s March Happy Hour was held at the Holiday Inn Alexandria-Carlyle.  Attendees enjoyed networking, and food prepared by the Holiday Inn.  Our next Happy Hour will be in April at Access National Bank.

Portia Hood (Holiday Inn) and Scott Kersjes (Innovative Facilities Solutions) enjoy the Happy Hour at the Holiday Inn.

Congenial atmosphere encouraged networking at the Eisenhower Partnership Happy Hour March 15


Carlyle Design Review Board Considers Three Projects 

This month, three projects are coming before the Carlyle Design Review Board for design refinements. 

Carlyle Plaza 2 (south residential tower) is being reviewed as to its proposed rooftop amenity space and design alterations including reconfiguration of loading, height adjustment, modification of an overhang, and alteration of north-south balconies.  The project includes 366 residential units, in a striking building designed by Arquitectonica and developed by JM Zell Partners.

Stonebridge Carras’ proposed mixed use project on Hoffman Town Center blocks 4 and 5 (2410 and 2460 Mill Road) is undergoing its Concept II review prior to its Development Special Use Permit application scheduled for public hearing in November.  The project proposes 975,000 square feet of retail and residential development north and west of the movie theaters.

Paradigm Development Company is proposing a new development on Block 20, formerly the site of the American Trucking Associations building.  Two options are being evaluated: A) 436,000 sf of residential and 109,000 sf of hotel, or B) 365,000 sf residential and 107,000 sf office.  The current application is for review of massing and scale.

Paradigm’s proposed residential and hotel option, south of Parc Meridian.


Calendar of Events

April dates by the Eisenhower Partnership and about/along Eisenhower Avenue:

  • April 12 at 3:30 -- Eisenhower Partnership Marketing Committee

  • April 26 -- Eisenhower    Partnership Board of Directors meeting, 8:30 am

  • April 27 at 5 pm -- Happy Hour at Access National Bank
  • Planning Committee and Membership Committee dates are still being firmed up.


Thank you renewing members

This month, the following companies renewed their membership in the Eisenhower Partnership:

Simpson Development Company

Hoffman Management LLC

  Farrington Industrial Park


Carlyle Council

    We welcome their continued participation in the Eisenhower Partnership.


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