INSIDENOVA - 01/27/2017

Fairfax, VDOT break ground for Jones Branch Connector in Tysons

Fairfax County and Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) officials broke ground Jan. 26 on the half-mile-long Jones Branch Connector project, which will use four travel lanes on three bridges over Interstate 495 to link Dolley Madison Boulevard in McLean with Jones Branch Drive in Tysons.

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Washingtonian - 01/09/2017

The 9 Coolest Developments Coming to Washington in 2017

It will take decades to complete the new city going up in Tysons—the largest redevelopment project in the country—but this year, three residential buildings open. The Highgate, Kingston, and Haden apartments will, combined, bring more than 1,100 residences to the area.

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The Washington Post - 11/30/2016

Mixed-use project with 398 apartments to rise in Tysons

LMC, a Lennar company that focuses on building rental properties, recently began constructing the Lumen at Tysons, a mixed-use high-rise apartment adjacent to the Greensboro Metro station in Tysons Corner. In addition to the apartments, the development will have more than 11,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space.

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Fairfax County News Center - 10/21/2016

Bikeshare Launches in Reston and Tysons; Here’s How it Works

Capital Bikeshare is here! 17 stations have been unwrapped in Reston and Tysons (close to Silver Line Metro stations), offering another way to travel in those parts of the county, while reducing car congestion and advancing our overall economic success plan.

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Washington Business Journal - 07/17/2016

Tegna lands new home in Tysons

The former Gannett Co. Inc., which changed its name last year after its print division was spun off, will relocate from the Gannett headquarters at 7950 Jones Branch Drive to a new 440,000-square-foot office tower at The Boro, The Meridian Group’s massive mixed-use development a short walk from the Greensboro Metro station.

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Fairfax County Times - 06/17/2016

TEDx event envisions future of Tysons

On June 3, the TEGNA/Gannett headquarters was home to Future Tense, the first ever TEDx Tysons event. It was centered around a single question: How will Tysons emerge not only as the area’s intellectual, cultural, and technological powerhouse, but also as a cohesive, livable community?

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The Washington Post - 06/13/2016

New beer gardens pop up across the Washington area

Tysons Biergarten is more than just a beer garden – there are three floors of indoor restaurant and bar space – but most of the attention is going to be on the 5,000 square feet of outdoor space, a family- and dog-friendly mix of grass and pavement covered with picnic tables, corn hole sets and a stage-like area for cover bands and solo musicians.

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