Multiple Projects Underway Outside of Washington, D.C.

November 18, 2020
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Photo Credit: Tysons 2019 - 2020 Progress Report

Photo Credit: Tysons 2019 - 2020 Progress Report

Source: Greater Greater Washington

A variety of high-profile projects representing more than $1 billion in development are under construction on the outskirts of Washington, D.C.

Where is it happening?
Tysons Corner, Va.

Who is Involved?
Developers: Monarch / Cushman & Wakefield / Cityline Partners LLC / Smith Group
Designers: WDG Architecture / Bonstra Haresign Architects / HKS / CallisonRTKL / Hord Coplan Macht

When is it happening?
The projects are all slated for completion dates between 2021 and the beginning of 2023.

Why is it Important?
The completion of each of these projects will aid in helping the city become a “walkable, sustainable urban center”. (2020 Tysons Annual Report, Fairfax County Government, Greater Greater Washington)

Key Aspects?
1,600-seat Performing arts center
A new fire station
New public park space
Senior housing with independent living / assisted living units
Bocce courts, amphitheater, and 1.2-acre sky park with a beer garden
A mix of restaurant and retail space on the ground-floors of many buildings
Office buildings include amenities such as meeting rooms, lounge areas, cafes, technology help stations, and more


Project Specs?
More than 15 million square-feet of space across more than ten buildings
More than 1,500 residential units
More than 200 hotel rooms

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