Fairfax County

Tysons Corner, VA: What you need to know

Known originally as Peach Grove and then Tysons Corner for the longest time, Tysons became the community’s official name in 2016 as recognized by the U.S. Census Bureau. Tysons is affluent with a median family income of $150,000 and median home values of $500,000, and this unincorporated census designated place is a hub for upscale shopping and corporate headquarters. Students can attend a high-ranking Fairfax County Public Schools district, and good transportation assets include the Capital Beltway (I-495) and State Routes 7,123 and 267. Also, Tysons is only 10 miles west of downtown Washington, D.C.

 

Tysons Corner, VA City Profile

Quick Facts

Population 22,437
Median Age 36
Median Household Income $100,745
Median Home Price $485,000
Walkscore 49

Tysons Corner, VA Demographics

Median Population in Tysons Corner, VA

Median Age 35.5%
Age 18 Over 80.1%
Age 21 Over 77.9%
Age 62 Over 13.8%
Age 65 Over 11.1%

Race in Tysons Corner, VA

  Ethnicity White 59.9%
  Ethnicity Black 4.5%
  Ethnicity Asian 29.2%
  Ethnicity Hawaiian 0.1%
  Ethnicity Hispanic 10.6%
  Ethnicity Indian 0.2%
  Ethnicity Other 1.3%

Population By Gender in Tysons Corner, VA

  Male 49%
  Female 51%

Language in Tysons Corner, VA

  English Only 47.7%
  English Other 52.3%

Economics in Tysons Corner, VA

  Median Household Income $100,745
  Median Home Price $485,000
  Homes Owned 58.1%
  Homes Rent 41.9%
  Median Property Rent $1,832

 
COMMUTE TIME: 29 MINUTES
in Tysons Corner, VA

Commute Types in Tysons Corner, VA

  Walked 3.5%
  Worked at Home 5.2%
  Public Transportation 12.9%
  Other Means 1.5%
  Drove Alone 70.6%
  Carpooled 6.2%

49/100
WALK SCORE
for Tysons Corner, VA

 
Total Employed Armed Forces: 136
In Tysons Corner, VA

 
4.7% CIVILIAN VETERANS
in Tysons Corner, VA