Press Release - 10/16/2017
Fairfax County Times - 10/13/2017
By the time the Tysons-Pimmit Regional Library has its Oct. 14 grand re-opening, all this clutter will be gone. The electronics currently in boxes crowding Dixon’s office will be distributed throughout the library’s meeting and conference rooms, and the open floor space in the main library will be filled with neatly organized tables, chairs, and computers.
The Washington Post - 08/15/2017
Gerald T. Halpin, the first real estate developer to build in Tysons Corner and one of the most prolific and successful developers in the Washington area, died Aug. 14 in Jackson, Wyo. He was 94.
Washington Business Journal - 08/10/2017
The New York-based developer, whose roots go back to Rockefeller Center in the Big Apple, inked a deal Tuesday to jointly develop the 20-story Boro Tower with Meridian.
Fairfax County EDA - 08/10/2017
Press Release: Company says proximity to customers, talent plays key role in expansion.
Fortune Magazine - 08/08/2017
Tysons business titans Freddie Mac, Capital One Financial, Hilton Worldwide and Booz Allen Hamilton and DXC Technology all make the ’17 Fortune 500 List.
INSIDENOVA - 06/29/2017
The Fairfax County Planning Commission on June 29 unanimously recommended the Board of Supervisors approve the bank’s request to increase building density at its Tysons headquarters site and add a Wegmans grocery store and multi-purpose facility for performing arts and other uses.
inTysons - 06/01/2017
The View’s 615-foot-tall signature tower has generated a lot of early buzz. However, what’s planned for the ground levels has the potential to elevate Tysons to new heights.
INSIDENOVA - 05/08/2017
An approved building in the Tysons Central development near the Greensboro Metro Station now will be several stories taller and feature more office space, following a May 2 decision by the Board of Supervisors.
PATCH - 04/25/2017
The Washington, DC-based &pizza will open its fifth Virginia store at Tysons Corner Center in late summer.
WTOP - 04/21/2017
Expanding the new Fairfax County Capital BikeShare system in the Tysons and Dunn Loring areas, upgrading regional trails, and adding sidewalks in areas where people run the risk of being struck by cars are among the projects approved this week by the Washington region’s Transportation Planning Board.
Washingtonian - 04/14/2017
Around here, developers don’t just build buildings—they build entire neighborhoods.
The Kojo Nnamdi Show -- WAMU-FM - 04/13/2017
Listen to Tysons Partnership President David Diaz discuss the urbanization of D.C. suburbs on WAMU-FM’s “The Kojo Nnamdi Show”
INSIDENOVA - 04/10/2017
Fairfax County supervisors on April 4 approved new rules that reduce the percentage of workforce-dwelling units required at for-sale high-rise-condominium developments in the Tysons Urban Center.
tysonspartnership.org - 01/30/2017
Read Sol Glasner’s remarks and watch our archived Facebook Live broadcast of the entire ceremony.
INSIDENOVA - 01/27/2017
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.
Press Release - 01/26/2017
Washingtonian - 01/09/2017
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.
Patch - 01/05/2017
Capital One will provide a community performance center which will include a space larger than some Broadway theaters, according to Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chair Sharon Bulova, in her newsletter released Thursday.
Fairfax County News Center - 12/19/2016
The new road, called the Jones Branch Connector, will provide an alternate route across the Beltway, relieve traffic along Route 123 at the Route 123/I-495 interchange, and help traffic flow at other congested intersections in the Tysons shopping and business areas.