In The Works: The Top Three Tysons Developments
Developer: The Meridian Group
Details: By completion, the Boro will have added a self-contained ecosystem of 4.2M SF to the once notoriously unwalkable Tysons.
The first phase alone will encompass approximately 750 luxury residential units, 223k SF of retail—including the region's largest Whole Foods, a Showplace Icon movie theater and a new public library—400k SF of office space, and a one-acre park.
The final neighborhood, coming at some point in the next decade, will feature 1,500 residential units, 1.8M SF of office, 316k SF of retail, 250k SF of hotel, and seven parks totaling 4.23 acres.
The Residences at Tysons II
Developer: Lerner Enterprises
Details: The Residences at Tysons II will extend Lerner's dominance of the area's retail and office development into the residential space.
A 31-story, 225-unit tower, it will be the largest condominium project in the DC metro area since the recession. It will stand adjacent to Tyson's Galleria, one of the most popular shopping destinations on the East Coast, and the Ritz-Carlton.
While there are many high-rise residential developments either completed or planned for Tysons, this will be the first to offer for-sale units, making it an interesting test of the residential real estate market in Tysons.
Developer: The Dittmar Co
Details: A rezoning of 5.37 acres about a quarter of a mile from the Greensboro Metro Station, the Westpark Plaza plan calls for four new buildings surrounding a central park. The final project will have approximately 1,300 residential units in two buildings, 150 to 300 hotel rooms in a third building, an amenities building sitting atop an underground parking lot of 2,267 spaces, and about 25k SF of retail space. The first phase of the project will include a 550-unit high-rise apartment, along with 13k SF of retail.