Living In Tysons

Life in Tysons is like nothing else.

In the ten years that the people of Tysons have been working towards the city’s long-term future, we’ve added to a thriving community that’s smart, diverse, and growing.

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Meet Your Neighbors

The go-getters, entrepreneurs, and creatives that call Tysons home are some of the most well-educated people in the U.S. In fact, 72% of our residents have at least a four-year degree. So feel free to proudly nerd out and connect with your fellow bookworms and podcast fans.

Tysons is also a place of amazing diversity. More than half of our residents speak a language other than English at home, and 42 % of residents are people of color.

Plus, 60% of our population is between the ages of 18 and 54, which means we’re a home for people across various life stages.

What Tysons has to offer — now and in the future — are the elements that make it a magnet for individuals looking to build a life and for employers looking to find terrific employees. And that’s why we keep growing — at three times the rate of the metro-D.C. region and twice the rate of Fairfax County!

Resident Stories