As part of the Comprehensive Plan for Tysons Corner Urban Center, Cityline Partners has sought rezoning for about 40 acres of land (adjacent to the Northrop Grumman/Mitre buildings) across the street from the new Tysons-McLean metro station.
The plans call for a mix of office, residential, hotel, retail and civic uses similar to what has been planned across the street on the land owned by Capital One.
Cityline’s development master plan scenario includes long-term development of 21 new buildings totaling approximately 8.5 million GSF:
• 11 office buildings totaling approximately 4.9 million GSF
• Nine multifamily residential buildings creating 2,812 new multifamily dwelling units(expected to house almost 5,000 new residents.)
• One full-service hotel
• Ground-level retail space in many of the buildings totaling approximately 120,000 GSF
An important part of the redevelopment is Scotts Run Stream Valley Park that could be revitalized and enhanced with elevated walkways, stream stabilization and the addition of public open spaces.
At Scotts Run Station North (on the north side of Rt 123 next to the new Tysons-McLean metro station and the Gates of McLean) two new residential buildings have been planned. There is the possibility a federal agency will be located there instead.