Looking for commercial real estate in Northern Virginia? Arlington, VA is a location you should add to your short list. Just a few short miles to Washington, D.C., by car, bike, foot, or Metrorail, Arlington’s rental rates—quite reasonable relative to those in Washington’s Central Business District—make it an attractive option for many types of businesses, associations, government affair groups, government contractors, consultants, and creative firms. Arlington commercial real estate has options for all types of businesses.
To help you find the right commercial space for your company to lease or purchase, there is no better choice in Arlington than the market leader, Tartan Properties Commercial. With over 30 years of experience in the Arlington VA commercial real estate market, our expertise and deep contacts in local businesses and the community will ensure that you find the right property and get the best deal.
Arlington is the epitome of smart growth and new urbanism, with over 90 percent of all new commercial and residential development located in the Metro corridors. Since 1960, some 38 million square feet of office and commercial space has been built in the Rosslyn-Ballston-Crystal City corridor, which also contains 90 percent of Arlington’s over 10,000 hotel rooms. In addition, nearly 11,000 new residential units have been built in these Metro station areas. No community in America has made a stronger commitment to transit-oriented development; the infrastructure helping to move people through the county includes 80 miles of bike and pedestrian trails.
Arlington commercial real estate includes a range of options. From its vertical architecture to its lively street life featuring eclectic restaurants and shops, Arlington has that “big city” feel without losing the charm of the neighborhood where people know you by name. Arlington’s commercial districts have the most modern, Class A office towers in the area—many with views of Washington, National Airport, and the Potomac River—alongside small retail districts with family-run businesses. More than neighboring Alexandria, Arlington has a strong inventory of warehouse space for the many service industries that carter to local residents.