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Old Posted Jun 10, 2006, 9:15 PM
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TYSONS (Virginia) | Development Thread

Although the thread is tailored towards Tysons, I guess highrises in Reston and Fairfax etc. could be included. For starters, Lerner Enterprises has recently released the design of 1775 Tysons Boulevard (18 stories), with construction beginning in summer '07 with completion in '09. 1725 seems to be under pre leasing, but that building has seemed to be stalled for a few years now. Another interesting development is the multitude of high rises proposed around Tysons I. Hopefully we end up with a real, consolidated downtown in a couple decades!

1775 Tysons Boulevard:

18 stories



23 stories

http://tysons2.com/1775.html

1725 Tysons Boulevard



http://tysons2.com/1725.html

Tysons Corner Center

Residential:

25 stories
23 stories
16 stories
15 stories

Total of 1.6 million SF

Commercial:

18 stories
16 stories
8 stories
4 stories

Total of 1.4 million SF

Hotel:

21 stories

240 rooms, 274,000 SF

Retail:

Street level (restaurants and shops incorporated into the mall)

200,000 SF





http://www.tysonsfuture.com/

Park Crest:

http://www.parkcrestliving.com/files/home.htm

19 Story Tower
19 Story Tower
19 Story Tower
19 Story Tower
13 Story Tower
13 Story Tower
8 Story Tower

All residential



Feel free to add more information about these projects and others (which I'm sure there are) around Tysons Corner!

Last edited by babybackribs2314; Jun 13, 2006 at 4:18 AM.
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