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.
“Bad” tenants with qualification issues seek out first time landlords. First time landlords are often lax with their tenant verification and sometimes want that empty property filled asap so the money can start flowing. This post, the first in a series, gives tips on structuring the rental ad.