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Tysons Takeoff

How do We Make the Next Major City?

Event Ended On: Thursday February 8 2018

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Speakers

Fireside Chat

Til Hazel

Til Hazel

,
Stephen Fuller

Stephen Fuller

Director, The Stephen S. Fuller Institute, George Mason University

What is Still Needed to Make Tysons the Next Walkable, Live, Work, Play City?

Dan Clemente

Dan Clemente

CEO, Clemente Development Company
Stephanie Pankiewicz

Stephanie Pankiewicz

Partner, LandDesign

Major Projects

What do the Biggest Projects in the Pipeline Mean for Tysons?

Stephen Cumbie

Stephen Cumbie

CEO, NVCommercial Incorporated
Dave Millard

Dave Millard

Principal, Sales & Leasing, Avison Young

Evan Pritchard

Counsel, Venable

2019 Los Angeles Bizzy Award

Milt Peterson
Keynote

Milt Peterson

Chairman, Peterson Companies

Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Breakfast, Coffee & Networking
8:30 AM
8:50 AM
Fireside Chat: Til Hazel & Steve Fuller
8:50 AM
9:25 AM
What is Still Needed to Make Tysons the Next Walkable, Live, Work, Play City?
9:25 AM
10:00 AM
Major Projects: What do the Biggest Projects in the Pipeline Mean for Tysons?
10:00 AM
10:30 AM
More Networking!

Venue/Parking

Hilton Tysons
7920 Jones Branch Dr.
Tysons, VA 22102

Ballroom: International Ballroom A & B, lobby level

Parking Information: Free onsite parking

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Event Summary

Tysons is projected to have a population of 100K by 2050. Its current population is 22K.

If you fell asleep in Tysons Corner 10 years ago and woke up today, you would find yourself in a whole new world. What used to be parking lots and scattered office buildings, is now multifamily towers, massive shopping centers, and

walkable office parks! Tysons has promised to be whole new city outside of DC- and it is on the way! However, there is still much to come before we have the walkable urban development envisioned. Join us to discuss what is to come for Tysons, and how we can make it the city it was born to be. 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

Join us as we look into the future of Tysons and ask all the questions you need to know:

1) With tenants moving to newer office spaces, how are older buildings attracting new business?

2) Are people really living, working, and playing in Tysons?

3) What retail will do Tysons residents and office tenants want to see?

4) Can Tysons really compete with DC as a major city?

5) What are the next steps we need to take to making Tysons the city it was meant to be?