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Amazon will lease 88,000 square feet of office space at 241 18th St. S, and 191,000 square feet at 1800 S. Bell St. during 2019. The short-to-medium-term leases will phase out as the online retail giant develops sites it purchased at JBG Smith’s PenPlace and parts of Metropolitan Park at 15th and Jefferson Davis Hwy. in Pentagon City for its permanent home. Amazon will also occupy 258,000 square feet of space at 1770 Crystal Drive starting at the end of 2020.

JBG Smith will create significant new retail space in Crystal City over the next two years, and redevelop the space Amazon vacates at 1800 S. Bell and 241 18th St. at 1800 S. Bell.

National Landing is the name chosen for the rebranding and redevelopment of Crystal City, Pentagon City and portions of Alexandria for Amazon HQ.

The area is situated between Crystal City and Pentagon City in Arlington, Virginia and Potomac Yard in Alexandria. Within its borders are 17 million+ square feet of existing office space, 24,000 affordable housing units in a  two mile radius of the future HQ2 building, and more than 150 acres of developable land.

The state of Virginia is making an investment of $195M in infrastructure in National Landing, including improvements to the existing Crystal City and Potomac Yards Metro stations, safety and accessibility, and as a pedestrian bridge between Crystal City and Reagan Airport, over a ten year period. Arlington agreed to $28M in on-site infrastructure and open spaces creation at National Landing. Crystal City will be redeveloped to offer approximately 130k square feet of retail, dining and entertainment space, including a specialty grocer and movie theatre.

Amazon is expected to bring over 3500 new households to the area and will create more than 25,000 high-paying jobs during the next 12 years.

Amazon began its move into the area in early 2019.

A new, $1B Virginia Tech Innovation Campus will offer programs in computer science and software engineering, with specializations in domains such as technology and policy, machine learning, and artificial intelligence (AI). VTIC will include academic classrooms, startup incubator space, a research and development center, offices for industry collaboration and event space. The campus will occupy the northeast section of Potomac Yard, in a mixed-use development with access to the Potomac Yard Metro. Amazon HQ is two Metro stops away.

George Mason University is also expanding its Arlington campus to increase computing programs and advanced research in high-tech fields.

Virginia Tech Innovation Campus

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National Landing Real Estate

Amazon HQ Space

Office Locations

Amazon will lease 88,000 square feet of office space at 241 18th St. S, and 191,000 square feet at 1800 S. Bell St. during 2019. The short-to-medium-term leases will phase out as the online retail giant develops sites it purchased at JBG Smith’s PenPlace and parts of Metropolitan Park at 15th and Jefferson Davis Hwy. in Pentagon City for its permanent home. Amazon will also occupy 258,000 square feet of space at 1770 Crystal Drive starting at the end of 2020.

JBG Smith will create significant new retail space in Crystal City over the next two years, and redevelop the space Amazon vacates at 1800 S. Bell and 241 18th St. at 1800 S. Bell.

About National Landing

About the Amazon Zone

National Landing is the name chosen for the rebranding and redevelopment of Crystal City, Pentagon City and portions of Alexandria for Amazon HQ.

The area is situated between Crystal City and Pentagon City in Arlington, Virginia and Potomac Yard in Alexandria. Within its borders are 17 million+ square feet of existing office space, 24,000 affordable housing units in a  two mile radius of the future HQ2 building, and more than 150 acres of developable land.

The state of Virginia is making an investment of $195M in infrastructure in National Landing, including improvements to the existing Crystal City and Potomac Yards Metro stations, safety and accessibility, and as a pedestrian bridge between Crystal City and Reagan Airport, over a ten year period. Arlington agreed to $28M in on-site infrastructure and open spaces creation at National Landing. Crystal City will be redeveloped to offer approximately 130k square feet of retail, dining and entertainment space, including a specialty grocer and movie theatre.

Amazon is expected to bring over 3500 new households to the area and will create more than 25,000 high-paying jobs during the next 12 years.

Amazon began its move into the area in early 2019.

Virginia Tech Innovation Campus

Tech Innovation

VA Tech & George Mason

A $1 billion Virginia Tech Innovation Campus will offer programs in computer science and software engineering, with specializations in domains such as technology and policy, machine learning, and artificial intelligence (AI). The new campus will occupy the northeast section of Potomac Yard, in a mixed-use development.

In addition, George Mason University will expand its Arlington campus adjacent to the new Amazon HQ to grow its computing programs, advance research in high-tech fields and rapidly increase the number of highly skilled graduates for Amazon and other regional employers.

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