Loudoun County is proud to be a part of the winning Northern Virginia bid for Amazon’s HQ2, an economic development success that will bring thousands of jobs to the region.

The HQ2 process helped us forge partnerships between government, higher education and the private sector that we can leverage far into the future.

Amazon Proposal

The opportunities at Innovation Station were articulated within the Northern Virginia proposal submitted to Amazon. The full proposal documents can be provided by the Virginia Economic Development Partnership. With the exception of specific proprietary information that has been redacted in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act, the Innovation Station proposal documents can be seen below:

Loudoun Virginia Innovation Station Initial Proposal (Fall 2017)
Loudoun Virginia Innovation Station Tour Booklet (Winter 2018)
Loudoun Virginia Innovation Station Supplemental Information (Summer 2018)

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