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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.

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. The Metro servicing Tysons is facing financial and operational problems, according to a McKinsey & Co report prepared for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. 
  5. 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.
  6. The Washingtonian traces Tysons' remarkable evolution from pasturelands and orchards to America’s 12th-largest employment center.
  7. 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. 
  8. 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.
  9. City Brand Media will develop all-new websites for the three fastest-growing cities in Northern Virginia's Fairfax County—including Tyson’s Corner.
  10. Patch.com ranks the best restaurants for happy hour in Tysons.