The Prime Minister will address Indian-Americans at the Ritz Carlton in Tysons.
Feb 27, 2017
Solar City coming to VA, Meridian expands its Tysons holdings and Fairfax County adds over 7,500 jobs in 2016.
Jan 03, 2017
A new year has begun and there is a lot of potential for another successful year in Tysons for achieving the goals laid out by the Tysons 2050 plan.
Dec 14, 2016
A lot of news has come from these events in the past, including some input from developers on plans for the upcoming year, views of market absorption, and, of course, great discussion regarding Tysons.
Sep 05, 2015
Macerich believes in the transformative power of transit access, WMATA riders unite, a new retailer moves into Tysons, and the plaza gets its final tenant. SV’s Got The Magic, Magic, Magic (WBJ) Macerich Tells Washington Business Journal about the magic of rail and why they are pushing for their residential build out at Tysons Corner Center. […]
Jul 29, 2015
InTysons today: VDOT has plans in place to remove an egregious double turn lane, new bike lane and road diet on Park Run. A new land owner comes into the Tysons submarket, and a simple downed pole shuts down all access to Tysons from the south. Dangerous Intersections Being Addressed It took a few years, […]
Jan 28, 2015
We’ve compiled over 10 years of tax information in order to understand how the Tysons area has evolved and continues to evolve since 2000. Some interesting points, in 2010 and 2011 Tysons (and most of Northern Virginia) saw some major assessed value depression caused largely by a reduction in government contracts. This was most prominent […]
Jan 26, 2015
On January 21st, Altus Group State & Local Tax and Advisory hosted the second-annual breakfast panel of real estate industry trend-setters in a discussion regarding two marquee redevelopments in Tysons. Panelists agreed that the vision to turn Tysons (formerly known as “Tysons Corner”) from a strictly nine-to-five place to work into a livable community to […]
May 12, 2014
This article was originally posted on Frank Muraca’s website Last year I responded to a post on Bacon’s Rebellion that raised alarms that Virginia’s economy was “tanking.” I argued that there really shouldn’t be concern over the idea that Virginia was on a death spiral while the rest of the nation was facing relative stability. […]
Apr 25, 2014
If you follow development news, or our twitter feed (hint), about Tysons then you likely saw that Garrett Companies purchased a 4.5 acre parcel which used to house Tysons Ford on Leesburg Pike for $26.5 million. Garrett has every intention of redeveloping the property, in line with the Comprehensive Plan goals for mixed use. In […]