Arlington County and developer JBG Smith have entered into a letter of intent to restructure three ground leases that JBG Smith holds on government-owned land for a multiplex movie theater
Spiral-shaped tower will be distinctive focal point for e-commerce giant's $2.5B East Coast headquarters
Despite lingering questions around when or how remote workers may return to office life following the pandemic, Amazon.com Inc. on Tuesday released fresh plans for the second phase of its
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
Construction slated for first phase of Virginia Tech's Potomac Yard project
Demolition and infrastructure work is set to start this month at the Potomac Yard property where the $1 billion Virginia Tech Innovation Campus is set to be built, developer JBG
14-story building project finished two quarters early, developer JBG Smith says
A newly renovated 14-story office building in National Landing is ready for Amazon.com Inc. employees to move in, developer JBG Smith announced Wednesday. The revamp of the 273,000-square-foot space at
$25.3M acquisition will allow developer to build 5G infrastructure in National Landing
JBG Smith announced Monday it has purchased seven blocks of Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) spectrum in Arlington County and Alexandria from the Federal Communications Commission, an acquisition that will
Transactions have been paused, but long-term development plans carry on
Faced with the coronavirus pandemic, Virginia-based commercial real estate firms say they’re pausing transactions in the short term, but are still moving forward with long-term development plans. The firms are
Amazon HQ2 landlord and developer's project at nearby 1900 Crystal Drive will include 811 residential units and retail.
Bethesda, Maryland-based developer JBG Smith Properties has secured the final permissions from Arlington County for two, 300-foot-tall apartment towers in Crystal City near where the real estate company is developing
Amazon is moving into the space by the end of 2020.
Amazon.com Inc. has signed a lease with its HQ2 landlord and developer JBG Smith Properties for a 272,000-square-feet building in Arlington that has served as the headquarters for the Public
Nonprofit aided by JBG Smith loan.
Alexandria Housing Development Corp. (AHDC) has acquired the former 326-unit Avana Alexandria Apartments for $106 million in an effort to provide affordable housing as rents and sales prices rise in