Tysons Looks To Draw New Office Anchors To Kick-Start Developments, Bring Down Vacancy

Jon Banister - Bisnow Around Town, Tysons Update

Via Bisnow By Jon Banister  The developer behind Scotts Run had courted Amazon and Apple in hopes of landing an anchor for its planned 8M SF Tysons development, but neither of those panned out. Cityline Partners now continues to search for a tenant to kick off construction on the project’s office component.  Cityline is one of several developers with major Tysons office projects …

Tysons’ DXC Technology to acquire Swiss firm for $2B

Jeff Clabaugh - WTOP Around Town, Finance

Via WTOP By Jeff Clabaugh  DXC Technology, the Tysons Corner, Virginia-based information technology company formed by the merger of Computer Sciences Corp and Hewlett-Packard’s enterprise services business in 2017, will acquire a large, Swiss-based technology firm for $2 billion. Zug, Switzerland-based Luxoft Holding Inc. provides software development services, product engineering and testing and IT consulting. The company has almost 13,000 …

Top Renovations To Complete Before You Sell Your House

Keeping Current Matters Home & Design

Via Keeping Current Matters If you are planning on listing your house for sale this year, here are the top four home improvement projects that will net you the most Return on Investment (ROI). Minor bathroom renovations can go a long way toward improving the quality of your everyday life and/or impressing potential buyers. Upgrading your landscaping or curb appeal helps get …

Featured Listing from Tysons Premier

Tysons Today Real Estate

Dave and JoAnne Adams present: This Unique 1936 contemporary farmhouse has been expanded & beautifully renovated. The kitchen is updated for maximum functionality and includes stainless steel appliances and a convenient warming drawer. 2 Story living room with a marble fireplace, separate formal dining room. Also on the main floor, bedroom/office with adjoining full bath. Upstairs, 2 additional bedrooms each …

Northern Virginia Chamber, United Bank, George Mason University, and Washington Business Journal to Host Annual Economic Conference

Tysons Today Around Town

From the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce: Tysons, Va. – The Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce (Northern Virginia Chamber) has announced that it will host the 27th Annual Economic Conference — Looking Back, a Decade of Transformation; Looking Forward, a Future of Opportunity — in partnership with United Bank, George Mason University, and Washington Business Journal. The event will be held on Thursday, January …

Video: Salon Daniel

Tysons Today Beauty

Daniel Bechara, owner of Salon Daniel has made quite a name for himself in the beauty field. As a master hairstylist he is not only well-loved among his local clientele, he has garnered a reputation as the stylist to the stars. Shortly after opening Salon Daniel in McLean, Virginia, Bechara was approached to do hair for the newly-crowned Miss Universe, …

Meridian’s Boro District in Tysons just got a lot bigger

Daniel J. Sernovitz - Washington Business Journal Around Town, Tysons Update

Via Washington Business Journal  By Daniel J. Sernovitz The Meridian Group has acquired the NADA headquarters building and an adjacent development site, adding to its growing Boro District near the Greensboro Metro station in Tysons. The privately held developer paid the National Automobile Dealers Association $33.7 million in late December for 8400 Westpark Drive, a 10-story office building with NADA’s …

Work on I-66 Outside the Beltway project this week to close lanes

Inside NOVA Around Town

Via Inside NOVA The work on the Interstate 66 Outside the Beltway project will include lane closures and traffic impacts this week in the I-66 corridor in Prince William County, according to the Virginia Department of Transportation. Find the latest information on travel conditions and work zones by visiting 511virginia.org or downloading the Virginia511 app.

I-66 tolls turn 1-year-old. Are they working?

Max Smith - WTOP Around Town

Via WTOP By Max Smith    Driving alone each way at rush hour on Interstate 66 inside the Beltway during newly expanded HOV hours cost an average of $12.59 in the first year of tolls for solo drivers, a policy Virginia transportation officials say helped move more people through the congested corridor. In December 2017, the HOV hours were expanded eastbound to …