This past week Greater Greater Washington had an article discussing how to retrofit the suburban/office park region of North Bethesda to be more pedestrian friendly. The discussion had a lot of great points and really pinpointed the key elements that are lacking in pedestrian design for areas that were developed under the suburban office park […]
Construction of the much anticipated (and massive) mixed-use development "The Boro" is officially underway
With so much construction happening in Tysons currently, more than any previous year since the comprehensive plan was approved, the question of whether Tysons will continue to successfully develop has waned.
The first annual #TysonsCares September Month of Giving is officially underway, with local fundraising events and donation drives happening all month.
In more obvious news, InsideNOVA ran an article discussing the precipitous loss of riders on transit systems this year compared to last year.
The overpass project will directly connect North Tysons to East Tysons via a bridge over 495 which will be different than most highway overpasses, including pedestrian provisions.
In Tysons West, the transformation has thus far been slower than nearby Tysons Corner metro station and Tysons East.
Converting vacant office buildings could be the opportunity to introduce new live/work lifestyles and alternative business to Tysons.
Capital One has entered the skyline of Tysons, at least if you are riding the Silver Line or driving around the Beltway.
Kingston is only phase 1 of the overall Anderson Park project which will include over 2000 apartment units within a half mile of the McLean metro station.