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National Landing: If You Build It, They Will Come

In a few short years, National Landing has developed into an epicenter of digital convergence where tech innovators in commercial, educational, and government entities like Amazon, Virginia Tech, and the Pentagon are leading the way. As a result, the surrounding neighborhood is also being transformed with the addition of thousands of new residential units creating one of the densest urban housing markets in the country. By adding triple the amount of street-level retail, National Landing raises the area's competitive advantage now required to attract top talent. Due in large part to Amazon’s decision to locate their massive second headquarters project in the neighborhood, a coalition of local, state, and federal government infrastructure investment is now bringing $6 billion of committed infrastructure and growth incentive dollars to the market. These include funding for building a first-in-the-United States pedestrian connection to a major airport, a new Amtrak stop which will eventually include high-speed rail, enhanced Metro and regional rail stations, and even a major highway brought down to grade.

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Capital One HQ Campus | Walking Tour + Lunch 

Capital One Center is a vibrant mixed-use development transforming the skyline and cultural landscape of Tysons to become an urban-centric neighborhood destination with the tallest occupied office skyscraper in the region. This vision was only made possible by a unique partnership between corporate occupier, local government, and community that came together to revitalize and spur economic development through their shared vision for bringing the arts, retail, hospitality, and workforce together. This tour is a must-attend event for anyone interested in experiencing the true power of the intersection of business, real estate, and community.

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Envisioning the Future, Creating Possibilities: The District of Columbia Renaissance

Join us, as we take a tour of DC’s latest commercial real estate developments revitalizing the city at a local and global level. Starting in the West End & Foggy Bottom, these neighborhoods have taken on new life allowing the city’s central business district to expand west with the resurgence of Class A office space, high-end hotels, and luxury dining experiences. With a bright future ahead, the redevelopment came with immense pushback at the local level. As we head east to Southwest Waterfront (The Wharf) we will travel past the world-renowned National Mall admiring the most iconic examples of DC architecture comprising the Smithsonian Museums and historic monuments. We will end in The Wharf which has succeeded in developing an impressive mixed-use development across 27 acres and 3.5 million square feet. Along DC’s Southwest Waterfront, the attention to detail and amenity-rich hub for live, work, and play environments has gained world-class recognition by unlocking the waterfront and is compared to the iconic redevelopments of New York’s Battery Park City and London's Canary Wharf.

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Networking Lunch | City View Room, GW University

If you're not interested in one of our tours, you are welcome to attend the networking lunch on the GW University campus. Come check out the sweeping views of the Capitol's national landmarks from the 7th floor of the Elliott School of International Affairs.

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