Residents living along the Anderson Road corridor have dealt with years of construction activity disrupting cars, people, and bikes alike on a critical link for East Tysons to the McLean Metro Station. Although there is still lots of activity happening just south of the Haden, it looks like the final streetscape improvements, walkways, and repaving is being implemented for the block between Chain Bridge Road and Dolley Madison Boulevard.
Let’s recall the previous two story mushroom shaped office building that stood at the site of the Haden before, sitting in a field of surface parking, with only cursory (if that) 4 foot sidewalks that were in a dire state of decay. The new street improvements have added much needed canopy shade, wider walkways, and ultimately when the next phase of Scotts Run is finished a sanctuary median at the very busy intersection.
The Haden itself has progressed significantly, it’s facade is complete, and it’s interiors are nearing that milestone as well based on the leasing website. The building is split into two wings, the Flats (the lower height wing) and the Tower (the taller height wing). The Flats includes 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom apartments, while the Tower includes those and a 3-bedroom option.
The amenities are what you would expect from a new apartment competing against fellow modern properties; wifi business lounge, wellness center and gym, club room with penthouse views, outside fire pit and common areas, and structure parking.
No word on pricing, but given that the building is brand new it is likely that it will be priced accordingly, but as we have discussed previously, with each new building the supply dynamics gradually change and price filtering improves costs for surrounding options. It will be interesting to see what that pricing is set at, as the pricing in Tysons is quite variable from neighborhood to neighborhood and age of building.