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  • 11/28/2016 11:33 AM | Anonymous



    Eisenhower Partnership Annual Meeting-November 17--Register now to attend.  
    The Partnership once again sponsors Alexandria Film Festival

    AveNews

    October 2016

    Annual Meeting Planned for November 17

    Join your friends and colleagues at the Eisenhower Partnership Annual Meeting on November 17 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm.  We’ll have speakers on topics related to the Eisenhower Avenue corridor, food and drink, and networking opportunities.  The membership will also be voting for new members of the Eisenhower Partnership Board of Directors for 2016 – members serve a two-year term.  Last year’s session on prospects for development around the Van Dorn Metro was a big hit, and this year’s is sure to be well worth your time as well.  The meeting will be held at the Society for Human Resource Management (fondly known as SHRM), 1800 Duke Street.

    To register, click here: Annual Meeting

    Floor and Décor
    Planning New Store on Eisenhower Avenue

    Floor and Décor, a “big box” seller of tile and flooring materials with only two other stores in our metropolitan area, is planning a large retail showroom plus warehouse at 4607 Eisenhower Avenue, just west of the Clermont Interchange.  This location is an existing warehouse, which will receive façade improvements, and landscaping at the Eisenhower Avenue frontage.  This new “big box” use was foreseen in the Eisenhower West plan passed last year.  The application will be heard by Planning Commission and City Council in November.

    ____________________________

    Two Buildings Receive Approvals for Office and Retail Uses on the Ground Floor

    Two existing buildings, at 2318 Mill Road and 2461 Eisenhower Avenue, recently received approvals that will allow them more flexibility in filling ground floor space rather than holding the space vacant for a specific type of tenant.  At 2318 Mill Road, the office building housing the American Society of Clinical Oncology has not been able to find a retail tenant for its designated ground floor retail space; the building is off the main Eisenhower Avenue axis and there is not sufficient retail demand on its site.  2461 Eisenhower Avenue is the Hoffman office building facing Eisenhower Avenue; it too will be getting flexibility, this time to add retail as an allowable use on the ground floor.  The Eisenhower Partnership supported both these applications.

    ______________________

    AlexRenew Recognized as Utility of the Future


    AlexRenew was recognized and honored as an inaugural Utility of the Future (UOTF) 
    during a September 27 ceremony held at the WEFTEC 2016  –  Water Environment Federation WEF’s 89
    th annual technical exhibition and conference  –  in New Orleans, La.   The recognizing groups: a partnership of water sector organizations including the National Association of Clean Water Agencies, the Water Environment Federation (WEF), the Water Environment & Reuse Foundation and the WateReuse Association — with input from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.


    WEF Executive Director Eileen O’Neil said, “We are excited about this new opportunity to recognize the achievements of small, medium and large forward-thinking utilities that are providing sustainable, efficient, and value-added service to their communities.”

    AlexRenew was selected for recognition based on adoption of UOTF principles, focusing on recovering resources from wastewater, sustainability, organizational culture, and community engagement.

    These innovations are about improving quality of life for customers and using the resources provided sustainably. The goal of AlexRenew is to be a partner in local economic development and a strong member of the watershed community.  Congratulations to Eisenhower Partnership member,AlexRenew!


    Alexandria Renew Moves Into New Office Building

    Eisenhower Partnership Member Alexandria Renew has moved into its beautiful new building at 1800 Limerick Street.  This is adjacent to the new artificial turf softball fields that were dedicated last year.  

    ____________________________

    Eisenhower Partnership Sponsors the Alexandria Film Festival

    The Eisenhower Partnership is pleased to once again be a sponsor the Alexandria Film Festival, taking place November 10-13, 2016. 

    For 10 years, the Alexandria Film Festival has showcased some of the best documentaries, shorts and feature films from the D.C.-metro area, nationally, and around the world. From November 10th to 13th, the festival returns with more than 40 films, free screenings, discussions, special events, live musical performances, and the Alexandria premiere of season two of PBS series, Mercy Street. Films will be screened at AMC Hoffman Center 22, Market Square and Beatley Central Library.

    For more information and a schedule of events, please checkwww.alexfilmfest.com.

    ____________________________


    Welcome New Members

    This month we are pleased to welcome a new member to the Eisenhower Partnership.

    Access National Bank plans to open at 2050 Ballenger Lane in November.  The opening of the Alexandria Banking Centermarks the bank’s sixth regional office designed to serve the business and nonprofit community.  Access National Bank has extensive experience serving several key industries including CPA Firms, Legal Services, Medical Practices, National Trade Associations, Nonprofits and Government Contractors.  As one of the most active SBA lenders in the region historically, the Bank is honored to be nominated for the 2016 Alexandria Chamber Business Awards.  This track record, coupled with a reputation for business banking excellence, serves as the catalyst for continued growth.

    The Alexandria Banking Center will be a full-service location with hours from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday, or by appointment.  Chhaya Muth, Assistant Vice President and Client Services Manager will be tasked with managing the Banking Center and assisting with the commercial banking efforts.

     

    Innovative Facilities Solutions renewed their membership.


     



  • 10/26/2016 10:23 AM | Anonymous

    AVENEWS

    October enews will be published soon!!                  September 2016


    Eisenhower Partnership Workshop Crisis Prep 101  
    Gives Info, Tips to Attendees

    On Friday, September 9, just as the country remembered the 15th year since the 9/11 attacks, the Eisenhower Partnership (EP) gathered a distinguished group of speakers from the Department of Homeland Security, FEMA and the City of Alexandria to discuss crisis preparation for property and building owners and businesses large and small located in the City of Alexandria.  “Crisis Prep 101,” was the first in what EP hopes will be a series of workshops leading to a more well-prepared City. 

    Frank Cole, President of the Partnership, greeted participants and got the morning off to a great start with welcoming remarks and introductions.  As Director of Administrative Services at the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Mr. Cole initiated planning at SHRM which led to development of the current workshop presented by the Partnership.  

    Speakers from Homeland Security and FEMA presented on “Global and Domestic

     Threat and Disasters,” and Disaster Recover respectively.   Participants were informed about the impact of recent events, including DT “Domestic Terrorism,” and received an overview of the national matrix of planning for all kinds of possible disasters, both by terror and natural means.  There was discussion of plans for the inauguration that are in progress.  Discussion and questions followed with the recommendation to check out a valuable website called www.ready.gov for further information and training.  Speakers said being ready is all about Situational Awareness—look around, spot the exits, identify obstacles in your way and scope out a path to get out.  Remember, in a crisis your cell phone may not have connectivity for phone calls, but it is likely that you will still have the ability to text.  The next speakers presented information about “Hometown Security,” including a presentation on Business Continuity. 

    The City of Alexandria Emergency Preparedness Team led by James Podlucky, Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator presented local information from the City’s Fire and Police Department.  The speakers urged participants to get a plan, train for potential emergencies and get connected to alerts.  ACOOP “Continuity of Operations” Plan is important for each business.  City of Alexandria EMS personnel are willing to come out to review your premises and advise.  Each participant received a copy of the brand new “City of Alexandria Emergency Action Tips,” a laminated one-fold card with loads of information about how to handle emergencies.  You can receive emergency alerts and customize them by signing up at www.alexandria.gov/eNews.  To report suspicious activity, use the “See Something/Send Something,” app from the Virginia Fusion Center (http://www.vsp.state.va.us/FusionCenter/mobileApp.shtm). 


    Specific tips for businesses included:  prepare an emergency action worksheeworksheet for your employees; if the building is large, add an evacuation map.  Often you will see these maps on walls of public buildings near the doors.   Be sure to leave a copy of all the materials by the main entrance to the building for emergency responders.   Finally—what can an individual do?  Be Informed.  Make a Plan.  Build a list.  Get Involved.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Storm Surge Map provided by City Emergency Management

    Frank Cole summed up and told all the participants that this was just the beginning of a series of workshops with the goal of a better prepared business community.  Watch for news of the next in this series of Crisis Prep workshops.

    Thanks Again to
    Our Sponsors

                   

                      


    Eisenhower West Landmark Van Dorn Implementation

    Work has begun on implementing the recommendations of the Eisenhower West and Landmark Van Dorn Small Area Plans!  The Eisenhower Partnership was instrumental in obtaining the Victory Center as the location for the first meeting of the City’s Advisory Group – a meeting attended by the 14 group members, as well as numerous City staff and a general audience of 20-25 people. 

    After reviewing the key aspects of each of the two plans, City staff noted that the City was currently engaged in procuring two analyses important to the plans; the first is an air quality simulation of what would happen to emissions from the Covanta waste-to-energy plant if the 20 or so tall buildings envisioned in the Eisenhower West plan were to be built.  The second is a very important analysis of the capital needs that follow from the recommendations in the two plans – roads, sewer improvements, stream bank stabilization, and the like.  The first study could potentially be concluded in the next four months, but the second study will take much longer – particularly since the

    City has to go through standard procurement procedures and a consultant may not even be selected for several months.

    Also at this meeting, City staff went over the status of several developer and tenant proposals in the area.  The next meeting will be held in November.  The Eisenhower Partnership is being represented by EP Vice President Agnès Artemel.

    Stormwater Utility

    Facing federal and state unfunded mandates on stormwater management and the need to protect and improve Alexandria’s waterways, the City of Alexandria is studying a potential stormwater fee to be imposed on both commercial and residential property owners.  The fee proposal will be discussed at a number of community and business events this fall, including one to be sponsored by the Eisenhower Partnership.  Currently, staff is proposing to base the fee on the amount of impervious surface at a property, measured in Equivalent Residential Units (ERUs) worth 2,062 square feet.  The currently proposed fee per ERU ranges from $120 to $145 per year.  Staff plans to do further work to refine the cost per ERU.  For further information, see the City’s website athttps://www.alexandriava.gov/tes/stormwater/info/default.aspx?id=93591.

    Save the Date for the Eisenhower Partnership Annual Meeting

    The Eisenhower Partnership is planning its 2016 Annual Meeting, where we will bring members and guests the latest news on new developments planned on the Eisenhower Avenue corridor.  Please saveThursday, November 17 from 5:30 to 7:30 on your calendar.





    Welcome new and renewing members

    This month we welcome;

    Access National Bank joined the Partnership and is coming to Carlyle.  The new office, located in the Carlyle District at 2050 Ballenger Avenue—steps away from the US Eastern District Courthouse and the USPTO main campus—will open in early November.

    The Alexandria Banking Center will be a full-service location with hours from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.Monday– Friday, or by appointment.  Chhaya Muth, Assistant Vice President and Client Services Manager will be tasked with managing the Banking Center and assisting with the commercial banking efforts.

     Rushmark Properties as a new member.  Rushmark will be developing the site at 2901 Eisenhower Avenue, formerly the VDOT staging area for the Woodrow Wilson Bridge project.  Two residential towers and some townhouses are planned for the properties.  

    Innovative Solutions, Paradigm and Restaurant Depot have renewed their membership.




    Eisenhower Restaurants-Alert!

    Eisenhower Partnership is developing a "Restaurant Guide," for the Eisenhower Valley.  If you would like to be included, please contact the Partnership by phone or email with subject line: "Restaurant Guide."

    Phone# 703-684-5124  
    Email:  eisenhowerppp@gmail.com

    Thanks in advance
    for your assistance!

    Send Us Your News!

    Does your business have news you want to promote?  Are there new plans, initiatives, or promotions that you want  the Eisenhower Community to know?  Send it to Eisenhower Partnership.  We will put it in this monthly newsletter and/or on our website.  We are here for you!!  Contact us by phone or email.  See contact information above!

  • 10/20/2016 11:31 AM | Arja Seppala-Scheer (Administrator)

    Access National Bank is pleased to announce the expansion of its branch network into Alexandria.  The new office, located in the Carlyle District at 2050 Ballenger Avenue—steps away from the US Eastern District Courthouse and the USPTO main campus—will open in early November.

     The opening of the Alexandria Banking Center marks the bank’s sixth regional office designed to serve the business and nonprofit community.  Access National Bank is honored to be nominated for the 2016 Alexandria Chamber Business Awards.  This track record, coupled with a reputation for business banking excellence, serves as the catalyst for continued growth.

     The Alexandria Banking Center will be a full-service location with hours from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.Monday– Friday, or by appointment.  Chhaya Muth, Assistant Vice President and Client Services Manager will be tasked with managing the Banking Center and assisting with the commercial banking efforts.

     


  • 09/27/2016 10:29 AM | Anonymous


     AVENEWS

    September 2016

    Eisenhower Partnership Workshop Crisis Prep 101  
    Gives Info, Tips to Attendees

    On Friday, September 9, just as the country remembered the 15th year since the 9/11 attacks, the Eisenhower Partnership (EP) gathered a distinguished group of speakers from the Department of Homeland Security, FEMA and the City of Alexandria to discuss crisis preparation for property and building owners and businesses large and small located in the City of Alexandria.  “Crisis Prep 101,” was the first in what EP hopes will be a series of workshops leading to a more well-prepared City. 

    Frank Cole, President of the Partnership, greeted participants and got the morning off to a great start with welcoming remarks and introductions.  As Director of Administrative Services at the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Mr. Cole initiated planning at SHRM which led to development of the current workshop presented by the Partnership.  

    Speakers from Homeland Security and FEMA presented on “Global and Domestic

     Threat and Disasters,” and Disaster Recover respectively.   Participants were informed about the impact of recent events, including DT “Domestic Terrorism,” and received an overview of the national matrix of planning for all kinds of possible disasters, both by terror and natural means.  There was discussion of plans for the inauguration that are in progress.  Discussion and questions followed with the recommendation to check out a valuable website called www.ready.gov for further information and training.  Speakers said being ready is all about Situational Awareness—look around, spot the exits, identify obstacles in your way and scope out a path to get out.  Remember, in a crisis your cell phone may not have connectivity for phone calls, but it is likely that you will still have the ability to text.  The next speakers presented information about “Hometown Security,” including a presentation on Business Continuity. 

    The City of Alexandria Emergency Preparedness Team led by James Podlucky, Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator presented local information from the City’s Fire and Police Department.  The speakers urged participants to get a plan, train for potential emergencies and get connected to alerts.  ACOOP “Continuity of Operations” Plan is important for each business.  City of Alexandria EMS personnel are willing to come out to review your premises and advise.  Each participant received a copy of the brand new “City of Alexandria Emergency Action Tips,” a laminated one-fold card with loads of information about how to handle emergencies.  You can receive emergency alerts and customize them by signing up at www.alexandria.gov/eNews.  To report suspicious activity, use the “See Something/Send Something,” app from the Virginia Fusion Center (http://www.vsp.state.va.us/FusionCenter/mobileApp.shtm). 


    Specific tips for businesses included:  prepare an emergency action worksheeworksheet for your employees; if the building is large, add an evacuation map.  Often you will see these maps on walls of public buildings near the doors.   Be sure to leave a copy of all the materials by the main entrance to the building for emergency responders.   Finally—what can an individual do?  Be Informed.  Make a Plan.  Build a list.  Get Involved.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Storm Surge Map provided by City Emergency Management

    Frank Cole summed up and told all the participants that this was just the beginning of a series of workshops with the goal of a better prepared business community.  Watch for news of the next in this series of Crisis Prep workshops.

    Thanks Again to
    Our Sponsors

                   

                      


    Eisenhower West Landmark Van Dorn Implementation

    Work has begun on implementing the recommendations of the Eisenhower West and Landmark Van Dorn Small Area Plans!  The Eisenhower Partnership was instrumental in obtaining the Victory Center as the location for the first meeting of the City’s Advisory Group – a meeting attended by the 14 group members, as well as numerous City staff and a general audience of 20-25 people. 

    After reviewing the key aspects of each of the two plans, City staff noted that the City was currently engaged in procuring two analyses important to the plans; the first is an air quality simulation of what would happen to emissions from the Covanta waste-to-energy plant if the 20 or so tall buildings envisioned in the Eisenhower West plan were to be built.  The second is a very important analysis of the capital needs that follow from the recommendations in the two plans – roads, sewer improvements, stream bank stabilization, and the like.  The first study could potentially be concluded in the next four months, but the second study will take much longer – particularly since the

    City has to go through standard procurement procedures and a consultant may not even be selected for several months.

    Also at this meeting, City staff went over the status of several developer and tenant proposals in the area.  The next meeting will be held in November.  The Eisenhower Partnership is being represented by EP Vice President Agnès Artemel.

    Stormwater Utility

    Facing federal and state unfunded mandates on stormwater management and the need to protect and improve Alexandria’s waterways, the City of Alexandria is studying a potential stormwater fee to be imposed on both commercial and residential property owners.  The fee proposal will be discussed at a number of community and business events this fall, including one to be sponsored by the Eisenhower Partnership.  Currently, staff is proposing to base the fee on the amount of impervious surface at a property, measured in Equivalent Residential Units (ERUs) worth 2,062 square feet.  The currently proposed fee per ERU ranges from $120 to $145 per year.  Staff plans to do further work to refine the cost per ERU.  For further information, see the City’s website athttps://www.alexandriava.gov/tes/stormwater/info/default.aspx?id=93591.

    Save the Date for the Eisenhower Partnership Annual Meeting

    The Eisenhower Partnership is planning its 2016 Annual Meeting, where we will bring members and guests the latest news on new developments planned on the Eisenhower Avenue corridor.  Please saveThursday, November 17 from 5:30 to 7:30 on your calendar.





    Welcome new and renewing members

    This month we welcome Rushmark Properties as a new member.  Rushmark will be developing the site at 2901 Eisenhower Avenue, formerly the VDOT staging area for the Woodrow Wilson Bridge project.  Two residential towers and some townhouses are planned for the properties.  Rushmark is sponsoring an information meeting on the project on Monday, September 26 at 6 pm at the SpringHill Suites, 2950 Eisenhower Avenue.  Paradigm and Restaurant Depot have renewed their membership.




    Eisenhower Restaurants-Alert!

    Eisenhower Partnership is developing a "Restaurant Guide," for the Eisenhower Valley.  If you would like to be included, please contact the Partnership by phone or email with subject line: "Restaurant Guide."

    Phone# 703-684-5124  
    Email:  eisenhowerppp@gmail.com

    Thanks in advance
    for your assistance!

    Send Us Your News!

    Does your business have news you want to promote?  Are there new plans, initiatives, or promotions that you want  the Eisenhower Community to know?  Send it to Eisenhower Partnership.  We will put it in this monthly newsletter and/or on our website.  We are here for you!!  Contact us by phone or email.  See contact information above!


  • 09/16/2016 3:53 PM | Anonymous

    On Friday, September 9, just as the country remembered the 15th year since the 9/11 attacks, the Eisenhower Partnership (EP) gathered a distinguished group of speakers from the Department of Homeland Security, FEMA and the City of Alexandria to discuss crisis preparation for property and building owners and businesses large and small located in the City of Alexandria.  “Crisis Prep 101,” was the first in what EP hopes will be a series of workshops leading to a more well-prepared City. 

    Frank Cole, President of the Partnership, greeted participants and got the morning off to a great start with welcoming remarks and introductions.  As Director of Administrative Services at the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Mr. Cole is well-aware of the need for crisis preparation and planning.  He initiated planning at SHRM which led to development of the current workshop presented by the Partnership.  

    Speakers from Homeland Security and FEMA presented on “Global and Domestic Threat and Disasters,” and Disaster Recover respectively.   Participants were informed about the impact of recent events, Including DT “Domestic Terrorism,” and received an overview of the national matrix of planning for all kinds of possible disasters, both by terror and natural means.  There was discussion of plans for the inauguration that are in progress.  They call it a NSSE “National Special Security Event.”  Because of where we live there are many NSSE’s.  Discussion and questions followed with the recommendation to check out a valuable website called www.ready.gov for further information and training.  The next speakers presented information about “Hometown Security,” including an Active Shooter overview and a presentation on Business Continuity.  Speakers said it’s all about Situational Awareness—look around, spot the exits, identify obstacles in your way and scope out a path to get out.  Remember, in a crisis your cell phone may not have connectivity for phone calls, but it is likely that you will still have the ability to text.

    The City of Alexandria Emergency Preparedness Team led by James Podlucky, Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator presented local information from the City’s Fire and Police Department.  Of particular interest was the emphasis on training and planning for emergencies.  The speakers urged participants to get a plan, train for potential emergencies and get connected to alerts.  A COOP “Continuity of Operations” Plan is important for each business.  City of Alexandria EMS personnel are willing to come out to review your premises and advise.  Each participant received a copy of the brand new “City of Alexandria Emergency Action Tips,” a laminated one-fold card with loads of information about how to handle emergencies.  You can receive emergency alerts and customize them by signing up at www.alexandria.gov/eNews.  To report suspicious activity, use the “See Something/Send Something,” app from the Virginia Fusion Center (http://www.vsp.state.va.us/FusionCenter/mobileApp.shtm).  Your picture or information will be sent to the Virginia State Police for analysis.


    Specific tips for businesses included:  prepare an emergency action worksheet for your employees; if the building is large, add an evacuation map.  Often you will see these maps on walls of public buildings near the doors.   Be sure to leave a copy of all the materials by the main entrance to the building for emergency responders.   Finally—what can an individual do?  Be Informed.  Make a Plan.  Build a list.  Get Involved.

    Frank Cole summed up and told all the participants that this was just the beginning of a series of workshops with the goal of a better prepared business community.  Watch for news of the next in this series of Crisis Prep workshops.

    Resources:

    http://www.capitalregionupdates.gov/

    www.ready.gov

    www.readyNOVA.gov

    www.readyrating.gov

    www.vsp.state.va.us/fusioncenter

    www.alexandriava.gov/EmergencyManagement


  • 08/22/2016 12:53 PM | Anonymous


     
    Thank you! Thank you!  Thank you! 

    Holiday Inn

    Hart, Calley, Gibbs & Karp

    Commonwealth One Federal Credit Union

    Olympus Imported Auto Parts

    SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management), 

    Hoffman Management. LLC,

    Simpson Development,

    Burke & Herbert Bank,

    Alexandria Renew,

    Carlyle Plaza, LLC,

    Maid Brigade,

    Virginia Paving,

    Artemel & Associates, 

    Post Properties

    Bowman Consulting Group,

    Tyler Business Services,

     Farrington Industrial Park, 

    Carlyle Council


     for continuing membership in the Eisenhower Partnership. 


  • 08/22/2016 12:52 PM | Anonymous

    Carlyle Plaza Two to break ground by late 2016

    The 382-unit Carlyle Plaza Two by JM Zell and Hines Interests has been working its way through the City’s design review processes.  Once the bold architecture is approved, the building will be cleared for the building permit and construction phase, as it already has development approvals as part of a broader Development Special Use Permit.   We are keeping our fingers crossed for a 2016 groundbreaking!


  • 08/22/2016 12:51 PM | Anonymous

    Eisenhower Partnership VP appointed to Eisenhower West/Landmark Van Dorn Advisory Group

    The City of Alexandria recently appointed business, resident, and City Commission representatives to the newly-formed Eisenhower West/Landmark Van Dorn Implementation Advisory Group.  Agnès Artemel, Vice President of the Eisenhower Partnership was appointed and will represent the Partnership in the group’s work.  This new focus on implementation wil

    l help speed the changes forecast and enabled by the Eisenhower West Small Area Plan adopted by City Council in 2015 and the Landmark Van Dorn plan adopted several years ago.  The group’s first meeting is scheduled for September.


  • 08/22/2016 12:51 PM | Anonymous

    Welcome to new and renewing members!

    In the second quarter of 2016 the Eisenhower Partnership welcomed these new and renewing members:

    • Carlyle Corner (Newmark, Grubb, Knight,& Frank, (Property Management Company)
    • CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union
    • Walsh, Colucci, Lubeley & Walsh
    • christopher consultants, Ltd.
    • McQuireWoods
    • AJS Consulting Engineers                                               
    • Holiday Inn Alexandria@Carlyle 
    • Olympus Imported Auto Parts
    • Post Properties
    • Burke & Herbert Bank
    • Farrington Industrial Park
    • Hart Calley Gibbs & Karp
    • Carlyle Community Council
    • Society for Human Resource Management


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