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BUY OR SELL YOUR HOME NEAR AMAZON HQ2
Amazon HQ2 is coming to the Washington metropolitan area! After a nearly two-year, nationwide search, Amazon announced that it would build one of two campuses for its new headquarters in the Crystal City neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia.
The real estate market in Northern Virginia and the Washington D.C. area is already heating up in anticipationof Amazon’s arrival. The Poduslo Group are your residential real estate experts in D.C., Northern Virginia and Maryland. Whether you’re looking to buy or sell, we’ll make sure you get the most out of your property value.
GOODBYE CRYSTAL CITY, HELLO NATIONAL LANDING
When Amazon announced that it would be building HQ2 in Arlington, the company also revealed that the neighborhood would be getting a new name. Say hello to National Landing. The new neighborhood will encompass Crystal City, Pentagon City and Potomac Yard.
National Landing is located next to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and just three miles from downtown Washington, D.C. It offers residents all the luxuries and conveniences they can expect from a major metropolitan area, including plenty of restaurants, a massive public transportation network, museums and other cultural touchstones, and outdoor recreation.
AMAZON HQ2 NATIONAL LANDING REAL ESTATE MARKET
Amazon is expected to bring 25,000 or more jobs to the area. We anticipate home prices will increase 5 to 10 percent over time, and competition is already starting to heat up. But the impact will be felt beyond Arlington. National Landing is located on the Metro’s Blue and Yellow lines, and anyone along those lines will feel the Amazon impact. Several neighborhoods in Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia will have direct access to Amazon’s HQ2 in National Landing:
- Arlington Ridge
- Del Ray
- Old Town
- 14th Street Corridor
- U Street Corridor
- Penn Quarter
- Columbia Heights
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION IN NATIONAL LANDING
Public Transportation in National Landing Virginia had already promised to invest $570 million on transportation in the area, but Amazon’s arrival will mean spend at least $195 million more. The plan includes additional entrances to the Crystal City Metro Station and the forthcoming Potomac Yard Metro stop, dedicated bus lanes and other improvements to the Crystal City-Potomac Yard Transitway, a pedestrian bridge between Crystal City and National Airport, and a new urban boulevard along Route 1.