JKH Holdings on Monday announced plans to move its U.S. office from McLean to Ashburn.
JKH reports annual revenues of more than $400 million from 25 companies in five countries, including Opterna and NeST Technologies Corp. in Sterling.
The company has signed on to move its headquarters to the Gramercy District smart city project adjacent to the Ashburn Metro station on the north side of the Dulles Greenway.
“We are excited to move our headquarters to Gramercy District—a location where we can work and participate directly with this pioneering smart city initiative that is reshaping industries and the way people live,” JKH Chairman Javad Hassan stated.
JKH plans to set up shop in the Gramercy Phase 1 building, expected to open in the second quarter of 2019. The building will have 44,500 square feet of ground-floor retail space with 55,000 square feet of office and co-working space and 350 apartments above.
The Gramercy District development, led by 22 CityLink, is planned as “smart city in-a-box” concept to include 2.5 million square feet of mixed-use development.