Arlington Capital View Renaissance and Residence Inn
This 625-room hotel complex is situated at the northern end of Potomac Yards, a 1.5-mile-long rail yard redevelopment site in Arlington, Virginia. With its expansive views of Washington, D.C., and prominent location at a flourishing crossroads, the project is aptly nicknamed National Gateway. Two distinct Marriott hotel products occupy the site: a full-service Renaissance, and an extended-stay Residence Inn. These are the first new hotel rooms built in office-heavy Crystal City in more than 10 years.The project also provides 10,000 square feet of street-level retail space, a 24,000 square foot conference center, and below-grade parking. Featuring a planted roof and other sustainable design concepts, the buildings achieved LEED-Gold through the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system. These are among the first LEED Gold hotels in the state of Virginia. The project forms the terminus for Center Park, a linear greenspace containing an amphitheater, retail space, and public art.