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The Latest News And Developments In National Landing

A rendering of the Northern Virginia skyline with the planned Amazon HQ2 buildings.

1) JBG Smith, the dominant property owner in National Landing and the developer of Amazon HQ2, said it is optimistic about 2022, noting that large-scale developments such as National Landing have the Bethesda-based REIT well-positioned for growth. CEO Matt Kelly called National Landing the “best-located and fastest-growing urban/suburban submarket in the Washington Metro Area."

2) Atlanta-based Noble Investment Group plans to rebrand two hotels it acquired in Crystal City by adding “National Landing” to their names. Noble purchased the Hampton Inn & Suites Reagan National Airport and Hilton Garden Inn for $64.3M.

3) JBG Smith also filed plans to redevelop the shuttered Americana Hotel site along Route 1 in Crystal City. The proposed development will include 650 residential units above street-level retail.

The Met Park 6 building of Amazon's HQ2 is expected to deliver in 2023.

4) Take a look: Bisnow toured Amazon's 2.1M SF HQ2 construction site in November. The buildings in Arlington are expected to top out in April and be ready to welcome Amazon workers by next year.

5) What’s next for National Landing? Amazon HQ2, the return to office and the need for more residential housing in the area will be discussed at Bisnow’s March 22 event, National Landing Boom: NOVA’s Newest Live, Work, Play Destination. 

6) National Landing is not just for grown-ups: Primrose Schools, an early education and care provider, signed an 18,500 SF lease on the first floor of the Century Center Two building, brokerage firm Colliers said. This gives local workers another childcare option.

7) Partners Group and ZOM Living have secured funding for a two-tower residential project in National Landing near the Alexandria border, Commercial Observer reported. The two firms plan to break ground this quarter on the buildings at 3030 and 3130 Potomac Ave., which will each reach 14 stories and combine for 492 units over nearly 7K SF of retail.