FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tysons, Va (October 29, 2018) – Tysons Partnership announced today that it will host its next “Transformation Tysons” panel event on November 15, 2018, at the new Capital One world headquarters, a stunning 470-foot-tall building that will set the stage for a compelling dialog about the latest Tysons real estate projects and the future of Tysons, Va.
The event program will focus on the rapidly emerging neighborhood that surrounds the new Capital One tower and the McLean Metro station: Tysons East. “Over two million square feet of new, mixed-use development has delivered to Tysons East in the past five years, with millions more planned in the years ahead,” said David Schneider, Event Moderator and land use attorney with Holland and Knight. “Our panel will address the broad question of how to transform these new development projects into a cohesive place.”
The Partnership has assembled a panel of key Tysons East stakeholders, including Erin Mical, Senior Director of Development, Capital One; Donna Shafer, Managing Director, Cityline Partners; Josh White, Vice President of DC Metro Development, LCOR; Rodney Lusk, Director of National Marketing, Fairfax County Economic Development Authority; Tracy Strunk, Director of Zoning Evaluation Division, Fairfax County Department of Planning and Zoning.
Guests will include Tysons Partnership members, real estate professionals, investors, government representatives, and the public. Guests will be invited to get a first look at the new Capital One headquarters, which features floor to ceiling windows and panoramic views overlooking Tysons and the new Capital One site.
“Tysons is now urbanizing and the kind of development that is taking place in Tysons is on a scale that is unprecedented,” said CEO Sol Glasner amid growing media reports about the massive redevelopment that is underway in Tysons, Virginia.
Tickets to “Transforming Tysons” are available at www.tysonspartnership.org/transforming-tysons-2018.
About Tysons Partnership
Tysons Partnership is a dynamic collaborative of Tysons stakeholders working together to accelerate the transformation of Tysons, Va into a thriving urban environment. The Partnership consists of over 100 member organizations with stakeholder interests in the continued urban and economic development of Tysons, including major employers, landowners, developers, businesses, citizen associations, and Fairfax County Government.