More plans for National Landing are coming into focus.
Yesterday, JBG SMITH announced submission of plans to Arlington County for a 235,000 square foot mixed-use office building at 101 12th Street (map), a few blocks from the under-construction Crystal Square development.
The nine-story building will have 5,000 square feet of ground floor retail, below-grade parking and park space. Tenants of the office building will have access to a fitness center and to terraces on the first and ninth floors.
“The various development opportunities that JBG SMITH has submitted to Arlington County over the last year will work in tandem to create a more robust, 18-hour environment in National Landing,” Bryan Moll, JBG SMITH Executive Vice President, said in a statement. “The building at 101 12th Street is an important piece of the larger transformation, and we look forward to working with the County to review and refine our proposal.”
Here are the other projects at National Landing which JBG has recently submitted for county review:
- Over 2,150 Units Across Three Sites: JBG SMITH’s New Plans in Arlington
- 1,000 New Residences: JBG Smith’s New Plans Near National Landing
- A Look at JBG Smith’s 790-Unit Development at National Landing
Renderings courtesy of TMRW Studios.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/jbg-smith-submits-plans-for-new-office-building-off-crystal-drive/16160.
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