Thursday, March 19, 2015

Navy FCU to Spend $114.6 Million to Expand Its HQ Operations

Navy Federal Credit Union will invest $114.6 million to expand its headquarters operation in the Town of Vienna in Fairfax County.

The investment will include a new four-story, 234,000-square foot office building and a parking deck on a 10.8-acre site. An elevated walkway will connect the new building to the rest of the headquarters campus.

Governor McAuliffe also approved a $1 million grant from the Governor’s Opportunity Fund to assist Fairfax County with the project.

Furthermore, additional funding and services to support Navy FCU’s employee training activities will be provided through the Virginia Jobs Investment Program.

Read the Governor's press release.

Read Fairfax County Economic Development Authority press release.

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