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Big or Small, Success Starts Here

With over $8 billion in private-sector investment planned or underway and another $4 billion of promised transportation and open space improvements, National Landing has established itself as an economic powerhouse for greater Washington. Bursting with opportunity and innovation, it’s a place where businesses and people flourish. Where you’ll find a renewed optimism and purpose in your work, along with a more connected way of life. Where challenges are overcome and great ideas are generated and launched.

Who’s Here Now

A significant majority of the nearly 50,000 jobs in National Landing are in STEM-related positions. Tech giants rub shoulders with countless small businesses and start-ups in cyber security, big data and biotech. Changemakers, nonprofits, chefs, and media leaders make this their home turf, too. National Landing is home to a growing ecosystem of nonprofits and associations, including PBS, March of Dimes, Consumer Technology Association, and many more.

Access to Talent, Easy Living

National Landing is anchored by the Pentagon and Amazon’s HQ2 on the north, and Virginia Tech’s Innovation Campus within walking distance on the south. National Landing boasts an inspired talent pool, unparalleled access to the District, and an easy urban lifestyle with accessible housing options, green space, parks and trails, walkable dining and retail, and top-rated Arlington schools.

A Space for Every Kind of Thinker and Budget

National Landing’s diverse range of workplaces offer value with world-class connectivity, infrastructure, and amenities to help your business grow. From high-rises to high-tech innovation space, and from flexible coworking offerings to collaborative environments for government contractors, National Landing’s nearly 14 million square feet of commercial office space offers solutions to suit all needs.

Gateway to the World

National Landing’s hospitality sector complements nearby offices with sizable meeting and conference space and 5,500 rooms – second in the region only to downtown DC in capacity. Reagan Washington National Airport is literally steps away.