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The Future of Arlington County

Successful Multifamily and Retail, But Slow Office Market: What's Next For Arlington?

Event Ended On: Thursday March 8 2018

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Event Host

Events Raw Space

Market Common Clarendon

Situated in the heart of Clarendon, and centrally located in the Rosslyn – Ballston Corridor, Market Common Clarendon encompasses 300K SF of retail, and 300 residential units over several city blocks. Regency Centers is actively repositioning the property to include 110K SF of new creative loft office space over 32K SF of ground-level boutique retail space at the corner of Clarendon Boulevard and N. Edgewood Street. This building will join an already vibrant retail district, whose merchants include Whole Foods Market, Crate & Barrel, lululemon and Heritage Brewing Company. In addition to the creation of Loft Office at Market Common, the Regency team has plans to enhance the property’s outdoor gathering areas with improved amenities, walkability, and community space, to continue serving the Arlington market for years to come.

Speakers

Victor Hoskins
Opening Keynote (Keynote)

Victor Hoskins

Director, Arlington Economic Development

Working in Arlington

How Can We Boost The Office Market?

Todd Yeatts

Todd Yeatts

Senior Manager, The Boeing Company
Yorke Allen

Yorke Allen

Senior Vice President, Jones Lang LaSalle
Rich Bradley

Rich Bradley

Acting Executive Director, Crystal City BID

Living in Arlington

Multifamily, Retail & Mixed Use Driving the County

Andy VanHorn

Andy VanHorn

Executive Vice President, JBG SMITH
Will Voegele

Will Voegele

SVP, Forest City Washington
Tina Leone

Tina Leone

CEO, Ballston BID

Evan Pritchard

Counsel, Venable

Remarks From the Podium

Kevin Reynolds
Remarks from the Podium

Kevin Reynolds

EVP, United Bank

Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Breakfast, Coffee & Networking
8:30 AM
8:40 AM
Remarks from the Podium
8:40 AM
9:20 AM
Working in Arlington: How Can We Boost The Office Market?
9:20 AM
10:00 AM
Living in Arlington: Multifamily, Retail & Mixed Use Driving the County
10:00 AM
10:30 AM
More Networking!

Venue/Parking

Market Common Clarendon
2801 Clarendon Blvd
Arlington, VA 22201

*Entrance is located next to baja fresh**

Floor: 1st floor

Parking Information: Garage parking is available at 2700 Clarendon Boulevard, adjacent to Whole Foods Market, or at 1303 N Fillmore Street, next to Whitlow’s on Wilson. Market Common Clarendon is just 2 blocks from the Clarendon Metro Station (Orange Line).

Parking Garage Pricing:
 Up to 1 hour- $6.00
 Up to 2 hours $8.00
 2+ hours $12.00

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Event Summary

One thing is fairly certain

about Arlington- it's residents

love where they live. And why not?

It's walkability, transportation friendly infrastructure, and balanced greenery make it the perfect spot. Arlington's growth is being supported by one group of people specifically. Arlington residents

may love eating, sleeping and night life in their county, but there's one thing they're not doing there- working.



With the nation's

fastest growing

millennial population, multifamily is booming, and retail seems to be defying a national decline.

But how to we get people to live and work in Arlington? We'll take a deep look at the success of Arlington County as a place to live and discuss solutions to boost the office market. Join the fun on Twitter with hashtag #BisnowVA and follow us @BisnowDC! For questions, recommendations, comments, or press inquiries please email our

Arlington event producer, James Shearin at James.Shearin@Bisnow.com

1. Which Arlington neighborhood will see the most growth, and why?

2. Is there enough demand for the multifamily supply in Arlington County?

3. How can we strengthen the office market?

4. Are we really approaching a retail apocalypse or are we approaching stabilization?

5. What type of office tenant is attracted to Arlington and how are developers and brokers attracting them?