Top 10 Articles About Tysons
With huge new developments, a new subway line and several high-profile tenants all arriving in Tysons soon, the area is entering a new age.
- The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors just passed a long-debated cap on property tax hikes. The cap will go into effect in April when the Board adopts its FY 2017 budget.
- Since the opening of the Silver Line, Tysons rents have doubled in some places, convincing the Meridian Group to develop its Tysons properties instead of selling them.
- Famed chef Mike Isabella will open Isabella Eatery in Tysons Galleria in summer 2017, an ambitious project of 41k SF, 600 seats and a global assortment of cuisines.
- The Metro servicing Tysons is facing financial and operational problems, according to a McKinsey & Co report prepared for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority.
- Cirque du Soleil will move its tents to Tysons this summer, debuting “Kurious: Cabinet of Curiosities” at the Tysons Corner Metro Station by Tysons Galleria in July.
- The Washingtonian traces Tysons' remarkable evolution from pasturelands and orchards to America’s 12th-largest employment center.
- Computer Sciences Corp, a Fortune 500 IT company with 56,000 employees worldwide, is moving its corporate HQ to Tysons. CSC’s new base, a 476k SF, 17-story office tower, is already under construction.
- A new Tysons tech company, ArmorText, is looking to capitalize on the surge in demand for corporate data protection, following high-profile hacks on Sony in November 2014 and JP Morgan Chase a year later.
- City Brand Media will develop all-new websites for the three fastest-growing cities in Northern Virginia's Fairfax County—including Tyson’s Corner.
- Patch.com ranks the best restaurants for happy hour in Tysons.