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Air Traffic Control Association Makes Short Hop to New Old Town Headquarters

The Air Traffic Control Association has just landed a 10-year lease for a new location at King Street Station (225 Reinekers Lane).

The nonprofit, professional association — not to be confused with the D.C.-based National Air Traffic Controllers Association labor union — focuses on “progress in the science of air traffic control and the preservation of a safe flight environment.” The move puts the headquarters just blocks away from the prior headquarters at 1101 King Street.

The move took place in September but was announced by real estate investor EQ Office yesterday (Monday). The group also announced that Solutions Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine, which currently occupies 4,600 square feet of ground-floor retail space, signed a 1,700 square-foot expansion.

“We’re extremely excited about the extension of our lease and expansion of our office,” said Andrew Sotirokos, CEO of Solutions Physical Therapy, said in a press release. “The increased space will allow us to continue to grow and meet the physical therapy needs of Alexandria for years to come.”

Photo courtesy EQ Office

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