Alexandria, VA

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Located on the Potomac River, Alexandria, VA is nationally renowned for its rich history and beautifully preserved architecture, chef-driven restaurants; a thriving boutique scene; and a vibrant cultural scene.

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Things You Need to Know about Living Alexandria, VA

Nestled along the westside bank of the Potomac River, Alexandria is a very active city that has experienced rapid growth in the past years. The Alexandria community is a few miles away from the cent-er of Washington DC. It is linked to the DC metro area through public transportation and highways. This gives convenience to commuters. Along with the city’s charm this has greatly helped fuel a wave of new residents moving to live in the riverside.

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A GROWING JOB MARKET

Alexandria has experienced a lot of economic boom in the past years. In addition to big-name companies, many residents of Alexandria work as government contractors and trade organizations. This is largely due to the city’s proximity to the Capitol.

In November of 2018, Amazon announced that they were going to make a new east-coast headquarters — a project called ‘HQ2.’ These headquarters were planned to be located in Long Island, NY and Arlington, VA. But the plans for the Long Island campus were erased. This made Virginia the only home to Amazon’s east coast headquarters.

AN EASY ACCESS TO THE DMV

Alexandria is an independent city and it’s also connected to its neighboring cities of Arlington and DC. The heart of Alexandria is situated within I-495 (known as the Capital Beltway), the city is linked to DC through the Metrorail service. There are 3 stops in Alexandria: King Street—the easiest access to Old Town and lots of shopping. Braddock Road—near the famous Del Rey neighborhood, and Eisenhower Avenue—just off I-495 and close to the Eisenhower East region of Alexandria.

ALEXANDRIA IS A NEIGHBORHOOD FOR EVERY WALKS OF LIFE

When locals speak of Alexandria, they describe it as a neighborhood rather than a city. This is because Alexandria has diverse neighborhoods that make up an amazing whole. The neighborhoods of Old Town & Del Ray are the popular options for a more urban experience close to everything you can find in a city. Rosemont has a more suburban feel. There is always a fitting neighborhood for you in Alexandria.

PROPERTY VALUES WILL CONTINUE RISING

DC area home values have been trending up for quite sometime now. As more people migrate to the area, they are also paying higher for their homes. Now that Amazon has built their HQ2 and other companies are following, those prices will only go higher.

This only shows that now is the best time to invest in a home if you are interested in moving-in to Alexandria, VA. Prices will climb up steadily in the next coming years, so purchasing a home would yield a big return on your investment when you decide that it’s time to move up.

THE OLD TOWN IS STILL FEELING FRESH

Alexandria has a lot of amazing neighborhoods and the most famous is the Old Town Alexandria. Famous for its cobblestone-lined roads, famous restaurants, and historical importance. It’s a hot spot for visitors and still holds a ton of appeal for people who live in Alexandria.

In Old Town, you can take in all the culture, beauty, and ambiance that you can have without travelling far from home. You can see more than 100 stores sitting on the iconic King Street. This mile-long stretch leads directly to the waterfront. This is where you can enjoy dinner and drinks and even catch a ride on a water taxi so you can see Alexandria from the river.

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