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1550 Westbranch Drive was acquired in July, 2015 by a joint venture between Rubenstein Partners and Griffith Properties. Previously leased in its entirety to MITRE Corporation, the new ownership set in motion a major repositioning plan that has ultimately brought this project back to life.
The newly renovated six-story, 150,000 square foot office building is repositioned as a true “Class-A” with its elegantly renovated lobby, state-of-the-art fitness studio, conferencing and cyber café. Additional enhancements include all common areas, bathrooms and upgraded landscaping. Centerstone at Tysons is fully available and offers businesses a unique headquarter location with its multiple signage opportunities, efficient floor plates and cost-effective rents. Centerstone is one of the best remaining large blocks of contiguous space left in Tysons.
Breakfast, Coffee & Networking
Fairfax County State of the Market
How Are Developers Transforming Suburban Office & Attracting Investment & What Is the Future of Fairfax Industrial?
Future of Fairfax County
Where Does Opportunity Lie In Fairfax & How Will Development Shape the Region?
Centerstone at Tysons
1550 Westbranch Drive
McLean, VA 22102
Floor: 6th Floor
Parking: Combination surface lot and parking garage next to building
There is no doubt that Fairfax County has seen a development boom over the past decade.
With massive mixed use developments like
Reston Town Center
and Tysons, though as the Silver Line expands, there is promise for more! Developers continue to attract enticing tenants like Wegmans and Aldi, and with a booming industrial market, the county is poised for growth. What is the new frontier for Fairfax County, and which new developments should you be watching? Join us as we take a metaphorical ride down the new Silver Line, and explore the commercial real estate trends shaping the region.
This is a train you will not want to miss. Join the fun on Twitter with hashtag #BisnowVA and follow us @BisnowDC! For questions, recommendations, comments, or press inquiries please email our Tysons event producer, James Shearin at James.Shearin@Bisnow.com.
1. With so much activity focused on Tysons and Reston, where is the new frontier for Fairfax County development?
2. How is the booming industrial market impacting the commercial real estate market and regional economy?
3. Which budding Silver Line developments should you be keeping an eye on?
4. How have developers lured attractive retail tenants into their projects?
5. As developers convert suburban office parks into urban environments, how much success have they seen?