Progress to the Tune of Billions of Dollars

The public and private sectors are currently investing billions of dollars toward transforming and growing National Landing into a paradigm for 21st century urban centers. Over the next few years, the area’s residents and businesses will benefit from an expansion and revitalization of its transportation infrastructure as a result of more than $3 billion in public sector funding. National Landing will also be home to an enlivened streetscape guided by intelligent planning; enhanced parks and green spaces; and new experiential retail. These changes will improve walkability and quality of life for the 26,000 residents who live here today, while attracting newcomers to the area. These enhancements will further solidify National Landing as a community where creators, trailblazers, and entrepreneurs want to live and build their businesses.

new residential units in the pipeline, adding to the existing 15,000
jobs from Amazon alone over next 10+ years
existing day-time population, & growing
expansion in dining, shopping, and entertainment options
Better sidewalks, more parks and enjoyable outdoor gathering spaces
Pedestrian improvements to Route 1/Richmond Highway
Improvements to Crystal Drive, making it easier to navigate, safer, and more bike-friendly
Walking distance to Virginia Tech’s new Innovation Campus
creative events each year build community

Building for the Future

All of the construction will be worth it. Check out the ongoing transformation happening throughout National Landing by location, developer, usage, and more.

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Innovative Connections

A new multi-modal pedestrian link will connect Crystal Drive to DCA, creating a five-minute walk to the airport, National Landing’s gateway to the world.

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Transforming Transport

Several transportation projects are elevating National Landing’s connectivity even more over the next few years. The following projects are planned or under construction:

  • New VRE station in Crystal City
  • Another entrance to Crystal City Metro
  • New Metrorail station at Potomac Yard
  • Expanded Transitway to support new residential development
  • Reenvisioning Route 1 to be an attractive urban boulevard