Co-working space opens in National Landing
Hana joins Amazon's new neighborhood
A 39,000-square-foot Hana co-working space in National Landing — the stomping grounds of Amazon.com Inc.’s new East Coast headquarters, HQ2 — has opened, the CBRE Group subsidiary announced Friday.
The building, located at 2451 Crystal Drive in Arlington, includes private office suites, conference and event space and co-working space. This is Hana’s third co-working and flexible space location in the United States, including its locations in Dallas and Irvine, California.
JBG Smith, the developer behind a lion’s share of Amazon-related commercial real estate developments in National Landing, owns and operates the property.
Co-working space at Hana’s National Landing location. Photo courtesy Hana. Click to expand.
“As a co-creator of the space, JBG Smith has worked with Hana to deliver a flex solution that meets the unique needs of the building and National Landing area by providing plug-and-play workspaces, on-demand meeting rooms and overflow accommodations,” Hana CEO Andrew Kupiec said in a statement. “With three additional East Coast locations opening this year, Hana at National Landing joins our expanding network.”
Those who are interested in using the shared space have three different membership options based on need. There are options for private flexible offices for small and large teams, single-person co-working memberships and on-demand meeting space options.
“Hana’s unique approach and highly amenitized office space complements the existing offerings in the submarket while also addressing the need for flexible ‘on-demand’ office space solutions in a post COVID-19 business environment,” JBG Smith Executive Vice President David Ritchey said in a statement. “Together with Hana’s flexible space and JBG Smith’s evolving range of offerings, we give our customers the ability to grow with us as their office needs change and expand.”