Discover furnished studios, coliving suites, and city living made easy in National Landing.
🎉 1 month free on a 12 month lease (coliving rooms only)
available floor plans
Utilities included (coliving only)
About Common at National Landing
Common at National Landing offers you the best of convenient, enjoyable city living both at home and right outside your door. As a member, you’ll have access to a wide range of amenities, including a media lounge, a chef-grade kitchen with dining area, a wellness studio, library, outdoor deck, and bike storage.
Utilities are included for all coliving suites. $100/month flat utility fee will be applied for traditional units
Blue and Yellow Metro Lines at Crystal City Station/Fredericksburg and Manassas Line at Crystal City Station
At your fingertips
When you make your home Common at National Landing, the best of this live, work, play community is always within reach. You’re around the corner from Crystal Drive, a tree-lined shopping strip with everything from food trucks to fine dining and independent boutiques.
Easy access to Washington D.C.
National Landing is located just across the Potomac River from Washington D.C, and only a quick drive away from Ronald Reagan National Airport. Whether you’re heading into the Capitol or across the globe, Common at National Landing is your perfect home base. Hop on the Blue or Yellow Metro Lines at Crystal City Station to arrive in DC in 20 minutes, or by car in under 10. National Landing is also a highly walkable and bikeable area, with shady sidewalks and designated bike trails. To learn more about the transportation options in Crystal City please visit https://www.carfreediet.com/urban-villages/crystal-city/
Located in Arlington, National Landing is the area’s most vibrant live, work, play community and walkable downtown. Enjoy beautiful greenspace, including bike and walking trails with stunning views of the Potomac and parks with picnic areas, alongside the city’s largest climbing gym and over 100 restaurants. National Landing is also home to Amazon’s HQ2 and Virginia Tech’s innovation campus.
As the capital of the United States for more than 200 years, DC is full of historic landmarks and must-see sights. The White House, the Lincoln Memorial, the Capitol Building, the Washington Monuments, and Union Station are just some of the iconic structures that call DC home. Aside from buildings, Washington, DC, is known for its rich heritage and diverse population and the cultural and culinary delights are second to none.