A Look at the Future of National Landing, Amazon’s Virginia Headquarters

Amazon's development partner shared these renderings of how they say Northern Virginia will develop as the company's new headquarters takes shape.

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The developer said National Landing was developed to be a mixed-use urban district, as seen in this rendering of its North District.
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National Landing is made up of parts of Crystal City, Pentagon City and Potomac Yard.
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The neighborhood, right next to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, was envisioned to be a "walkable" urban space for young tech professionals.
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Part of Amazon's specifications for host cities is a public transportation network for its workers.
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A reimagining of Crystal City's metro station entrance.
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If a clean, vibrant neighborhood wasn't enough of a draw for young tech workers, an Alamo Drafthouse sure would be.
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The Bartlett, part of the "diverse" housing planned for National Landing.
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A reimagining of Pen Place.
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