M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal — June 18 - July 22, 2021 — 9A


Campus includes LEED Gold Certified 250,000 s/f building Digital Fortress unveils its Tier III 100MW, 88-Acre Data Center Campus in Chesterfield County, VA


H E S T E R F I E L D COUNTY, VA — Digi- tal Fortress a multi-

tenant and w h o l e s a l e data center provider with 10 facilities throughout the US, an - nounces the immed i a t e availability

Jim Holland

of hyperscale-ready space in its Chesterfield County data center. The LEED Gold Certified facility is the company’s latest Tier III data center facility, featuring a 250,000 s/f build - ing located in the network convergence capital of the US. The facility features day one availability of 18,270 s/f raised floor hot/cold aisle design data center space with 4.1 MW of IT load, with an additional 200,000 s/f shell core expansion ARLINGTON COUNTY, VA — JBG SMITH , an owner and developer of high-quality, mixed-use properties in the Washington, DC market, an - nounced the receipt of final entitlement approvals for 2000 and 2001 South Bell St. in Na - tional Landing. JBG SMITH began demolition and other enabling work on the vacant building currently on the site earlier this year and will be fully designed and ready to begin construction as soon as the beginning of 2022, subject to market conditions. JBG SMITH’s 5.0 million s/f Near-Term Development Pipeline includes the most accretive and strategic devel - opment opportunities in its growth pipeline. As a result of the 2000 and 2001 South Bell St. approvals, JBGSMITHhas secured entitlements for 50% of its Near-TermDevelopment Pipeline. The approved plan calls for 758 apartments across two buildings with more than

Digital Fortress Richmond Data Center

space supporting up to 25 MW of power, deployable in just twenty-weeks. Recently acquired adjacent land inMeadowville Technology Park supports multiple purpose- built data centers totaling up to 100 MW of power available on site, enabling ongoing scal - ability and growth. “Digital Fortress offers busi -

nesses the opportunity to sup - port their digital and compute infrastructure needs with an impressive and ready-to-go facility including class A office space supporting up to 120 em - ployees,” adds Jim Holland, Chairman of the Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors. “We welcome Digital Fortress and look forward to the positive

impact to our growing data center services market and opportunities for businesses

to access industry-leading services to aid in their digital transformation.” MAREJ

JBG SMITH receives Arlington County, VA approval for two residential buildings in National Landing

has committed to providing affordable housing units at less than 60% of area median income. JBG SMITH will also make a $3.36 million base contribution to the Arlington County Affordable Housing Investment Fund. The proposed buildings are located within the heart of National Landing, just one block from vibrant, new din - ing and retail amenities along Crystal Dr., the current Metro entrance, a planned new re - gional rail (VRE) station, and an upcoming pedestrian bridge to Reagan National Airport. 2000 and 2001 South Bell St. are expected to benefit from the planned lowering of Route 1 between 15th and 23rd Sts. This portion of the roadway, which is located immediately adjacent to the developments, is expected to feature a pedestrian-friendly design with large sidewalks intended to improve and pro - mote walkability within the submarket. MAREJ

for 2000 and 2001 South Bell St. from the Arlington County Board; The Board’s support further validates our shared vision for a transformed Na - tional Landing,” said Bryan Moll , executive vice president of JBG SMITH. “The develop - ment will add to the supply of residential units in the area as Virginia Tech expands its Innovation Campus, and Ama - zon continues to expand HQ2. We expect these additional apartments and new ground floor retail options to further establish National Landing as a 24/7 destination.” As part of a community benefits package, JBG SMITH 2001 South Bell St. rendering

2000 and 2001 South Bell St. aerial

Washingtonmonuments. 2001 South Bell St. will also include stylish rooftop amenity spaces and pool. Plans for both build - ings include fitness centers, 24-hour concierges, large co- working spaces, community rooms, and dog-grooming sta - tions. JBG SMITH is targeting a LEED Gold Certification for both buildings. “We are thrilled to have received unanimous approval

22,000 s/f of ground floor re - tail, totaling approximately 723,000 s/f of new develop - ment. The plans include a 25-story building with 338 units and a 19-story building with 420 units. 2000 South Bel l St . is planned to be a modern, glass tower with a robust roof - top amenity space, includ - ing a pool with panoramic views of National Landing and

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