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  • Arbor Row Stream Restoration Nearly Complete

    Arbor Row Stream Restoration Nearly Complete0

    Last summer we took a look at a stream restoration project being undertaken by the Arbor Row development, owned by Cityline, as part of the rezoning approval. The restoration is located in a previously ignored stream valley in North Tysons between the MITRE campus and Kaiser Permanente. The overall concept for the stream restoration was

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  • Forgotten Tysons Transit Users Resort To Self-Furnishing

    Forgotten Tysons Transit Users Resort To Self-Furnishing6

    Perhaps the most indicting image of Tysons is a bus stop, without a bench, with two make shift lawn chairs for seating. Something as simple as a bus shelter is evidently too much to ask for from Fairfax County. Here, on the corner of Westpark Drive and Park Run Drive, 4000 residents and thousands of

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  • 2015 Scheduled Repaving Means Road Diets Coming To North Tysons

    2015 Scheduled Repaving Means Road Diets Coming To North Tysons0

    It’s been a long and frustrating wait for the lofty goals of a new Tysons to come to fruition, but in 2015 the most populated part of Tysons might start seeing real substantial changes for pedestrian and bike improvements. 2015 is a scheduled repaving year for most of Tysons which provides FCDOT (with guidance from

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  • Tysons 2015 Assessed Tax Value Rises

    Tysons 2015 Assessed Tax Value Rises0

    It’s been a tough few years for commercial real estate through out the Northern Virginia landscape, with vacancy rates above what has been typical averages over the past two decades. However, office space near metro stations, especially newer construction, has been a buoy with higher occupancy and helping to offset falling values in older properties.

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