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The Holmes Run Trail in Alexandria and Fairfax County, both suburbs of Washington, D.C., provides a scenic route through the heart of a busy suburban neighborhood. Biker, joggers, and parents with children frequent the route, which is divided into two disconnected parts.
The paved trail starts in western Alexandria, near Cameron Run Regional Park and Great Waves Waterpark, and connects to the Eisenhower Avenue Trail, which leads to Hoffman Town Center and the Eisenhower Metro Station.
From there, Holmes Run Trail heads northwest, past Ben Brenman Park, which has a playground, restrooms, picnic areas, and parking, and along a small stream where you’re likely to see geese and other waterfowl. You can enter the iconic Armistead Boothe Park with its expansive playground adjacent to Samuel W. Tucker Elementary School from the park’s west end via Cameron Station Linear Park, a fun tree-line paved trail.
You’ll travel through several densely forested areas before you enter N. Chambliss Lane, where a new bridge links trail users to Glen Hills Park on Holmes Run’s west side. The paved trail then heads north to Columbia Pike, where it comes to an end (State Route 244).
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Another neighbor who called us over the weekend reported to have heard a snake rustling in the tall grass while walking home from the AMC Hoffman 22. Several other residents in the Carlyle area who walk/run by the lot have complained that the sidewalk area of Hoffman Town Center has become a mosquito haven.
The lot was part of the parking at Hoffman Buildings I & II for decades. The property on Mill Road in Alexandria has now been purchased by StonebridgeCarras and is expected to be built with a Wegmans.
The construction on this lot at Hoffman Town Center is scheduled to begin in early 2019, with completion in 2021. The building will include 775,000 square feet of residential space, including 130 condos, 400 apartments, and 200 senior living units, as well as an additional 60,000 square feet for fitness or entertainment.
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With the announcement by developer StonebridgeCarras (Stonebridge) that they would build Blocks 4 and 5 of Town Center, Christopher was pleased to hear of more development at our project The Hoffman Town Center. The former parking lot for the nearby AMC movie theater will be transformed into a 750,000-square-foot residential building atop a 200,000-square-foot grocery-anchored retail and parking podium by Stonebridge.
For the future construction of the Town Center, Christopher will provide structural engineering, permitting, DSUP manufacturing, and surveying services to Stonebridge. Since 1998, Christopher has focused on the Hoffman Town Center, which includes the Town Center, the Hoffman Center Parking Garage, the National Science Foundation Headquarters at Land Block B, and the Hoffman Towers at Blocks 11 and 12.
The $400 million, 951,000-square-foot upgrades to the Town Center, according to Stonebridge, would provide the buzz and energy needed to optimize the area’s potential. Christopher backs Stonebridge’s preliminary work with the City of Alexandria to obtain construction entitlements. Construction is expected to begin in 2019 with a completion date of 2021.
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The new National Science Foundation (NSF) Headquarters, located at the Hoffman Town Center in Alexandria, VA, was designed and built by Balfour Beatty’s Mid-Atlantic team. The 759,111-square-foot Class-A office and retail building is divided into two wings by a 14-story tower. The east and west wings are 14 and 19 floors tall, respectively, with ground-floor retail and three levels of below-grade parking. The new building has 36 meeting rooms and holds approximately 2,200 NSF staff and contractors. A wellness center, a 380-space parking garage, and a large cafeteria are among the facilities. The project was built next to elevated WMATA metro tracks and was planned to achieve LEED Silver certification.