Downtown McLean hasn\’t changed much in 20 years, perhaps longer.
A renewal may be coming, led by Washington Real Estate Investment
Trust and the JBG Cos., owners of two key properties.
Fairfac County staffers are recommending approval of the 5.79-acre Tysons
Central at the intersection of Leesburg Pike and Chain Bridge Road,
adjacent to Metro\’s Greensboro station on the Silver Line. Led by
NV Commercial Inc. and Clyde\’s Real Estate Group Inc., the $750
million redevelopment will feature six new buildings — constructed
atop a single, conjoined parking structure — totaling as much as 2
million square feet.
Students seeking a master\’s in business administration from
Georgetown University could soon find themselves heading to evening
classes at the Tower Club in Tysons Corner instead of the school\’s
D.C. campus as early as fall 2014.
Metro\’s Silver Line, scheduled to open early next year, has
changed the dynamic in Northern Virginia. The transit-oriented
Arlington office corridor is shifting north and west.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors has approved a third
major redevelopment project in Tysons.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors on
is expected to adopt the rulebook that will
the collection of hundreds of millions of
for Tysons road improvements.
Fairfax County needs to hire additional staff to manage the
workload associated with redevelopment in Tysons Corner, County
Executive Anthony Griffin told the Board of Supervisors.
AEW Capital Management LP, following the lead of other Tysons Corner landowners, has decided to put three sites zoned for high-rise apartment buildings up for sale to interested developers.