Community

Rock N Roll Fundraiser at Silverline Center This Saturday

Join the Tysons community this weekend at the Silverline Center (7900 Westpark Drive) on this Saturday November 12th for the Rock N Roll fundraiser benefitting Homestretch. The award winning non-profit, which is also a neighbor in Falls Church, provides homeless families the tools and means to get back on their feet. It’s a really great […]
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Development

Tysons West Region At Spring Hill Still Developing

Given theĀ almost 1 million square feet of construction that Greystar has already completed at Tysons West over the past 4 years, one would think there’s no more land to build on. Not true. Dozens of acres at Spring Hill Station, what Georgelas Partners see as the arts community of Tysons, remains under developed or flat […]
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Development

Kingston Structure Done, Facade Being Prepared

The much anticipated second tower at the edge of Tysons East, the Kingston at Anderson Park, is now topped out at its final 15 story height. It joins recently completed Haden apartments along the ever evolving Anderson Road corridor in Tysons. The building has hit a critical point which will allow it to continue to […]
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Transportation

Tysons Bikeshare Is Now Open!

It has been a long, at times bumpy, road to Bikeshare coming to Tysons but today is the official launch. The alternative transportation option which has become more popular in the Washington metro area than any other location in the country per capita is now operating 14 stations in Tysons. Here is a primer for […]
Bikeshare Tysons on Westpark Drive

Placemaking

New Transportation Study To Reconnect The Heart Of Tysons

It has been decades since a pedestrian could walk safely from one side of Route 123 to the other at the intersection of Route 7. A new study by Fairfax County looks to reverse that trend with ambitious and groundbreaking concepts which would return the human consideration into the heart of Tysons where the city first grew.
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