When thinking about Tysons Corner “bicycle friendly” is likely not the first thing that crosses your mind. Well, a Tysons Corner Bicycle Master Plan is in the works to create a bike network in four phases over the next 20 years. Phase one calls for construction of a small trail that will connect Pimmit Hills […]
According to the Washington Post a new Wal-Mart is planned in Tysons Corner at Rt 7 and Westwood Center Drive. It will be a smaller store than the typical super centers – focusing more on groceries and fresh food. It is planned for the site of the Moore Cadillac dealership and will be a quarter mile […]
The sales activity at the Fountains at McLean was great in 2010. There were 24 homes sold in 2010 versus 23 homes sold in 2009. The lowest price was a 1br/1ba unit that sold for $200,000. The highest price was a 2br/2ba property at $337,000. The sales mix has changed this year. In 2009 about […]
Avalon, which operates 21 apartment complexes in the Washington area, broke ground on a new 354-unit apartment late 2010. Called Avalon Park Crest, the apartments will be part of the larger Park Crest development that includes condos, apartments and a Harris Teeter grocery store. Avalon hopes to complete the project by spring 2012, one year before the Dulles Metrorail […]
By 2050, Tysons Corner will be transformed into a walkable urban center that will be home to 100,000 residents and 200,000 jobs. 75 percent of the growth is planned to take place within half a mile of the 4 new metro stations.
Capital One has proposed rezoning the 26.2 acre campus next to the new Tysons East metro station to a mixed-use development consisting of offices, hotel, retail and residential uses.