Northern Virginia is one of the fastest growing areas in the country. The federal government continues to drive the economic engine in this region. Other industries such as technology, real estate and law are also thriving in the Dulles Corridor, and the demand for short-term corporate housing is ever-increasing. CAS is here to make your apartment search easy!
Northern Virginia: Thriving Economy and Desirable Lifestyle
Northern Virginia, home to Arlington, Alexandria, Fairfax, Loudoun, and Prince William Counties, is one of the fastest growing regions in the country. Significant areas include Ballston, McLean, Reston, Tysons Corner, and Occoquan. The federal government continues to drive the economic engine in the area. While residents have access to government jobs in Washington D.C., industries such as technology, real estate and professional services are also thriving, contributing to an unemployment rate throughout the region that is consistently below the national average. In 2017 Nestlé USA, the world's largest packaged-food company and the maker of Häagen-Dazs, Lean Cuisine and dozens of other mass brands, moved its headquarters to Rosslyn, Arlington, bringing with it approximately 750 jobs.
With two airports (Reagan National and Dulles International) nearby, convenient public transportation services (Amtrak, D.C. Metrorail System, Virginia Rail Express) and a wide array of cultural and recreational activities, Northern Virginia has become a go-to destination for young professionals and families.
Culturally Diverse Population
The international diversity of D.C. has helped make the population of Northern Virginia one of the most culturally varied in the country. All nationalities and age groups are represented thanks to outstanding job opportunities, world-class universities, and a multitude of cultural events. Residents have access to careers at government agencies; retail jobs at Tysons Corner Center, the region’s premier shopping district and one of the largest in the U.S.; and private sector employment at companies such jobs at Accenture, AOL, Microsoft, and Northrup Grumman. Students interested in spending their college experience in the region can choose from schools such as George Mason, Marymount, and Northern Virginia Community College. The George Washington University and Georgetown are located in D.C. and the University of Maryland is also nearby.
Find Ideal Corporate Housing, Fast and Easy
Corporate Apartment Specialists, Inc. is your gateway to the broadest range of luxury furnished apartments available throughout the entire area. If you need corporate housing in Northern Virginia, we will find the perfect location for you that is convenient to your office, transportation, restaurants, shopping, and more. We offer multiple housing options across 16 prime neighborhoods throughout Northern Virginia.
In Arlington, we offer corporate apartments in Ballston, Courthouse, Clarendon, Crystal City, and Rosslyn, while a diverse choice of eight modern and sophisticated apartments in Pentagon City deliver convenient access for those working at the Pentagon. These locations provide outstanding amenities and are easily accessible to nearby shopping and entertainment spots, while enabling you to escape the congestion of the city.
For work or play in the District, a short Metro ride connects you to D.C. quickly and easily. Explore corporate housing in Falls Church, where we have multiple executive apartments to choose from, all within easy distance of Tysons Corner shopping, regional historical attractions, the D.C. Metro, and major highways.
For a more suburban-oriented living experience, look at our short term corporate housing in Springfield, like The Residences at Springfield Station, which offers a unique combination of location and lifestyle.
A Never-Ending Bucket List
Once you arrive at your Northern Virginia home, you’ll find a seemingly endless array of things to do and explore. The area is an oasis of historic sites, museums, performance venues, and natural wonders. Visit and discover national treasures such as the Mount Vernon Estate & Gardens, Arlington National Cemetery, the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum, the Workhouse Arts Center Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts, and Great Falls National Park.
Northern Virginia is also a favorite destination of shoppers, offering everything from upscale shopping malls to bargain outlets and winery shops. One of the best places for shopping and dining is on the Potomac waterfront in Old Town Alexandria. Old Town’s cobblestone streets and red brick sidewalks offer some of the region’s best chef-owned restaurants and a thriving boutique scene.
The region’s climate is excellent for people who like to garden or landscape, and for bike riders, runners and hikers. The Washington and Old Dominion bike trail runs for 45 miles from Arlington to Leesburg along an old rail line turned path which is heavily used by outdoor enthusiasts. Virginia's Nature Conservancy offers access to an awe-inspiring selection of forests and woodlands, rivers and bays, all waiting to be explored. And when Spring starts, be sure to add a visit to see the cherry blossoms along the National Mall to your bucket list.