Churchill Living — a Hawthorne-based company that provides furnished housing and furniture rentals nationwide — announced a major expansion in Northern Virginia.
The acquisition of the 12-year-old, 19-story building is “a step toward extended nationwide accommodation coverage for business and leisure travelers,” the Garden State company said in a Feb. 15 statement.
The statement said Amazon HQ2 plans to bring 25,000 employees to the area by 2030.
Churchill Living, which has been in business for more than 40 years, will be an exclusive provider at the Class-A property, occupying up to 150 units for leases of 30 days or more, after the building undergoes renovations.
“With the goal of expanding our coverage in new and existing markets, this acquisition is one of several in the immediate expansion pipeline,” Avraham Rosskamm, Churchill’s senior vice president of real estate, said in a prepared statement.
Churchill’s current Arlington and D.C. metro area properties include The Witmer, The Bartlett and Altaire, which feature fully furnished apartments ranging from studio to two-bedroom units.
“It’s exciting for us to add additional units in Northern Virginia, a core market for Churchill Living, where we regularly house government personnel and business travelers,” Kelsey Thompson, Churchill’s senior vice president, sales development, added.