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National Harbor is the premiere lifestyle destination in the D.C. metro area, bringing together recreation, work, living and entertainment. It is an exciting, sprawling community that includes fine restaurants, stunning office space and lavish residences. The community also features Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, the largest hotel in the D.C. area.
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  • 6800 Oxon Hill Road
    National Harbor/Washington, DC, MD 20745
  • 341,156 S.F.
    Gross Leasable Area
  • 9,053,720
    Population (60 miles)
  • I-95 - 179,720
    I-295 - 96,550
    Hwy 210 - 79,890
    MD-414 Oxon Hill Rd - 16,290
    Daily Traffic Count
  • 6,196,188 - Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV (6th largest)
    MSA Population
  • Alexandria, VA (2.5 miles)
    Washington, DC (8 miles)
    Baltimore, MD (40 miles)
    Major Cities
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  • Washington DC, the Nation’s Capital,  ranks #1 in number of Fortune 500 companies per capita, metro areas has 4 of the top 10 cities in number of Federal Employees. 
  • The MSA has a stable housing market, boasting 25 months in a row of median sales increases (Feb 2014), 5 years consecutive year-to-year increase in active listings, and has the highest 10 year home appreciation rate in the county (76%).
  • Home to sports teams in the NBA, MLB, NFL, NHL, MLS, WNBA, WMLS, as well as the National Mall, 9 free Smithsonian Museums (the Air & Space Museum is the most visited museum in the world), the National Zoo, and 5 large, class-A concert venues.
  • The area attracts 19 Million tourists, spending $6 billion, with only 70% coming from within the US.  It is the #7 destination for overseas visitation in the US.  Three airports see 177,000 travelers daily.
  • The cost of living is 17% greater than the national average, ranked #8 only behind cities in CA and NY.
  • First in the US in educational attainment as 46.8% have a bachelor’s degree or greater, nearly double the National Average.  18 of the 100 most educated cities in the US are in the DC Metro Area including 4 of the top 10.
Demographics Demographics
Median Age
Average Household Income
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Females 66% 75%
Average Age 40.8 46
Average Household Income $98,997 $91,837
Race-Caucasian 27% 71%
Race-Hispanic or Latino 11% 5%
Race - African American 22% 7%
Race - Asian 22% 7%
Marital Status- married 55% 73%
Local Resident Shoppers 61% 58%
Tourist (self-defined) 29% 42%
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Shopping Frequency (trips per yr) 8.4 8.2
Percentage of First Time Visitors 35% 17%
Avg # of Stores Visited 9.8 8.7
Avg # of Stores Purchased In 4.5 4
% of shoppers making a purchase 98% 95%
Length of Shopping Visit 133 minutes 129 minutes
Average Size of Shopping Party 3.0 3.1
Average Shopping Expenditure $317 $243
Average Perceived Savings 34% 36%
Additional demographic information
and statistics are available in the leasing packet.
Additional demographic
information and statistics are
available in the leasing packet.