Second Landmark Mall Community Meeting on May 1
Open House: 7-8 p.m.; Community Comments Forum: 8-9 p.m.
Residents are invited to an open house and the second community meeting being held by the City of Alexandria and the Howard Hughes Corporation concerning the redevelopment of a portion of Landmark Mall. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 1, at Landmark Mall (5801 Duke St.), on the second floor at the former New York & Company store, which is near the community room. Signage will be posted in the mall to direct residents to the location.
The Howard Hughes Corporation has submitted applications for the redevelopment of the Howard Hughes portion of the mall properties into a retail and residential mixed-use development. City staff is currently reviewing the applications and would like to hear community input.
The meeting will be held in two parts. The first hour will be an open house, where residents can walk around to tables organized by topics and speak one-on-one with City staff. Residents may arrive at any time during the open house, from 7 to 9 p.m. The second part of the meeting, starting at 8 p.m., will be a listening forum for the community to share their comments about the project with City staff. Detailed notes will be taken to record these comments.
Please share information about this meeting with your neighbors and anyone in the community who may be interested. If you cannot come to the May 1 meeting, or would prefer to give us written comments, you can post any questions or comments about this proposed project on the City’s Landmark Mall Redevelopment page.
If you have additional questions about this meeting or about the City review process for the Landmark Mall project, please contact Pat Escher via email at Patricia.Escher@alexandriava.gov or by phone at 703.746.3812, or Colleen Willger at Colleen.Willger@alexandriava.gov or 703.746.3817.
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