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Around the Corner

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February 16, 2014
Gannett and USA Today headquarters, a bucolic region of Tysons with significant greenery, but lacking mixed use and off-work hour activities.

Around the corner today; Kettler looks for more room to grow in Tysons. The company building and managing the 30-story Vita residential tower at Tysons I looks to complete that project in late 2014 and possibly pick back up where they left off with a new mid-rise development on Jones Branch Drive. Fairfax County...
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Future Tysons: Spring Hill Station

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February 6, 2014
Spring Hill Station Rendering by WDG, click to enlarge

As part of our on-going series, using our database of building models (currently exist in Tysons, were built in 2013, are under construction, are approved for development, and are under review) we are providing a glimpse at what the future Tysons will look like with current build out. Tweet This Post The area around Spring...
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Future Tysons: Greensboro Park Station

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February 5, 2014
NV Commercial and Clydes entrance to Greensboro Park Metro Station, click to enlarge

As part of our on-going series, using our database of building models (currently exist in Tysons, were built in 2013, are under construction, are approved for development, and are under review) we are providing a glimpse at what the future Tysons will look like with current build out. Tweet This Post The area around the...
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Future Tysons: Tysons Station

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February 4, 2014
Tysons Tower office building, click to enlarge

As part of our on-going series, using our database of building models (currently exist in Tysons, were built in 2013, are under construction, are approved for development, and are under review) we are providing a glimpse at what the future Tysons will look like with current build out. Tweet This Post The area around the...
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Future Tysons: McLean Station

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February 3, 2014
Many of the elements that can help improve aesthetics for the Silver Line are already planned with proposed streetscape as part of the Route 123 and Route 7 improvements, similar to what is in front of the station.

As part of our on-going series, using our database of building models (currently exist in Tysons, were built in 2013, are under construction, are approved for development, and are under review) we are providing a glimpse at what the future Tysons will look like with current build out. Tweet This Post The area around the...
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What Will Future Tysons Look Like?

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February 1, 2014
What Will Future Tysons Look Like?

I’ve created a database of all existing Tysons buildings, those recently built, those currently being built, and those which are either approved for development or under review. All of these combined together account for only half of the anticipated development in Tysons (per the comprehensive plan total allowable development) by 2050. As these are...
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Around the Corner

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January 31, 2014
The skyline around Tysons II Office Park will soon include building 1775, but does not re-imagine the pedestrian accessibility of the development.

Around the corner today; Looks like CustomInk has found a new headquarter location over in Merrifield. In a tweet yesterday they confirmed; CustomInk @customink 30 Jan TheTysonsCorner ?@TheTysonsCorner Is @customink relocating headquarters to mosaic or just an additional office location? CustomInk Verified account?@customink @TheTysonsCorner We’re re-locating! We’re sad to go, but we’ll definitely be back to visit all...
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A New Tower Crane Over Tysons

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January 29, 2014
ArborRowJanuary01

A new feature to the Tysons skyline became visible earlier this week when Hanover’s residential tower at Arbor Row (I’m still calling it Bear Tower until a name is provided) officially erected their construction tower crane to prepare for vertical construction. It was speculation this would be occurring early this year however, as we...
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Arlington vs. Tysons Aerial Image Comparison

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January 27, 2014
TysonsAerial

Tweet This Post We’ve created a couple of maps for demonstrating similarities and striking differences between Arlington and Tysons, as the two are so often compared to each other. In each slider image below the aerial images have been overlain at correlating scales, with Arlington aerials encompassing the left side of the slider and...
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Tysons Rental Pricing vs the Metro Region

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January 24, 2014
TysonsBoulevardMetroStop

Earlier this month a group of land developers proposing projects in Tysons met for the Biznow real estate conference to discuss the future of the growing region. After this meeting the Washington Post ran an article questioning whether the rental market could support the new inventory coming into Tysons, and if a lack of...
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Hybrid Tax Repeal and Refund Passes Legislature

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January 23, 2014
Compact Sedan vs Hummer (one causes 96 times more damage than the other, guess which)

In news today from Richmond, after last week’s vote by the state senate to repeal the punitive Hybrid tax it was unclear if the Republican House would follow through and pass the bill to the Governor (who has noted he is against it). Today Delegate Scott Surovell announced by twitter; Scott Surovell @ssurovell  Hybrid Tax...
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