National Landing was coined to comprise the three thriving neighborhoods of Crystal City, Pentagon City and Potomac Yard as one exciting, cohesive urban district. Together, these interconnected neighborhoods form a dynamic urban center comprised of more than 37 million square feet of residences, offices, retailers, restaurants and cultural institutions.
National Landing came to the forefront as the selected home of Amazon's new HQ2. Located along the Potomac and connected to the region and the world via Metrorail, Virginia Railway Express and Ronald Reagan National Airport, National Landing is city life reimagined — an ideal place to live, work, learn and play.
A Lively and Connected Area
National Landing is an established economic hub in the region and hosts more than 50,000 employees daily. The neighborhood is well-connected via Metrorail, Virginia Railway Express (VRE) and commuter corridors, and an additional $4 billion of planned transportation investment in the works.
A Diverse, Authentic Community
More than 26,000 people from around the globe call National Landing home, residing in a mix of condos, apartments and single-family homes.
The National Landing district is home to culture and entertainment ranging from the nationally acclaimed Synetic Theater, Gallery Underground and the 23rd Street Restaurant Row.