Washington D.C.’s trendsetter presence is on the ups with an innovation boom, expanding technology hub, and high workplace attraction. With such strong pledges to next-generation growth infrastructure, the influx of public and private investment, and the boost from the continued presence of the federal government and associated contractors, it is an exciting time to live in the District region. A prime position for broadening the horizons of our economy is finally, after a trying past 12 months, within grasp, as our mass collection of cloud, analytics, and cybersecurity is at an all-time high.
Amazon’s game-changing arrival and its company brand presence’s effects on our National Landing momentum are peaking. The development of National Landing over the next couple of years will be immensely influential in changing D.C residents’ livelihoods, work, entertainment forms, lifestyles, and many more. By welcoming Amazon’s newest headquarters, National Landing is very likely to become the city’s new focal point for all things innovation, creativity, e-commerce, convenience, and technology soon enough. Our district’s diverse, tech-savvy workforce will soon have access to thousands of new, well-paid job opportunities. Furthermore, our region’s renowned institutions of higher education Virginia Tech and George Mason University will be expanding to D.C. with an even more vibrant pipeline of college graduates fully equipped and ready to further fuel our development in this ever-changing and innovative economy.
Moving forward in our spirit of robust innovation, it is important to utilize resources in a way that lively architecture and infrastructure can hold increased walkability and accessibility to urban amenities and transportation choices. In doing so, employers can be better matched with our top emerging talent, and the National Landing Business Improvement District is strategically using its resources wisely to lead the way of propelling this upward-bound development and skyrocket of economic growth.
In a time of innovation and success, our glowing workforce and industry are nothing if not accessible to all. Convenience is an emerging and trending theme in our welcoming of a stronger workforce, new businesses, and strengthening of the Washingtonian area’s existing infrastructure and companies, so long as we simultaneously commit to shaping the growth and redistribution of inclusive, equitable, and sustainable opportunities. Through hard work, enough entrepreneurial spirit, and a progressive approach, we can lead the way for strengthened convenience, current and future transportation methods, public space design, and programming. A bright future and trajectory await as the National Landing’s record expansion and growth assist leading our city into a prosperous future.