Carlyle Design Review Board

The Carlyle/Eisenhower East Design Review Board reviews development applications specific to the area for compliance with the 2003 Eisenhower East Small Area Plan and 2006 Eisenhower East Design Guidelines. The Board makes recommendations to the Planning Commission and City Council through the Director of Planning and Zoning.This page includes background materials and upcoming Review Board meeting information.

Page updated on Jul 21, 2016 at 12:36 PM

What's New?

  • Upcoming meeting:  
    July 21, 2016 - Carlyle Design Review Board Meeting
    Final design review of the first phase of the Carlyle Plaza Two development (south residential building) located at 340 Hoofs Run Drive  

    *Carlyle Plaza Two South Concept Site Plan 
    *Carlyle Plaza Two South Renderings 
    *Final Staff Report

    Alex Renew Environmental Center - 6th Floor - Edward Semonian Board Room 
    1800 Limerick Street
    Alexandria, Virginia 22314 
    *Please note that when entering 1800 Limerick into Google Maps, it may reroute to an incorrect location . 


    From Eisenhower Avenue, turn south on Hoofs Run Drive, and make a left on Limerick Street. The Environmental Center will be on the right. Parking will be provided in the garage; the entrance is located just past the building (If using Google Map directions, please enter the building’s coordinates (38.79818, -77.06273) and not the address: 

    • Application to Carlyle/Eisenhower East Design Review Board  


    • The South Carlyle Plaza development was awarded the  2014 Traveling Award for Analysis and Planning by the American Society of Landscape Architects, Potomac Chapter.  The award recognizes the project's ambitious program of interwoven public parkland, mixed-use development and municipal services. The project harnessed landscape strategies to cap a contaminated site and transformed an elevated parking deck into a vibrant public space that folds down to engage the civic realm through an arrangement of ramps, stairs, stormwater filtration components, and overlooks.

      This uncommon combination of program components was triggered by the simultaneous development of plans for a new mixed-use community on the northern half of the site and the expansion of the existing Alexandria ReNew municipal wastewater treatment plant onto the southern half of the site. The resulting plan created an expansive park located over wastewater treatment tanks and an above-grade parking garage creating public space that establishes vital connections in a local network of parkland and trails. 
    •  Information on the formation of the Carlyle/Eisenhower East Design Review Board

    2003 Eisenhower East Plan Documents

    Other Documents of Interest

    Past Meeting Materials


    Contact Gary Wagner, Principal Planner, 703.746.3818.