It may not be a city, but this community offers upscale amenities, proximity to major metros and an ideal lifestyle.
It’s not Tysons Corner anymore … the name of this community is now Tysons, an unincorporated census designated place in Fairfax County that is growing more each day. Tysons is an upscale community with many positive aspects, including the following:
Only 10 miles west of downtown Washington, D.C. is Tysons, and Tysons residents can either drive or use transit train service to access famed sites like Washington National Monument, Lincoln Memorial, Smithsonian Institution and the US Marine Corps Iwo Jima Memorial.
The Washington Metro Silver Line opened in 2014, offering rapid transit rail service to Tysons residents for commuter service to our nation’s capital. The Spring Hill Silver Line Metrorail allows local passengers to make stops at Tysons Corner Center (shopping and dining), as well as the U.S. Capitol and the Smithsonian.
Along with steady population growth in Tysons is economic growth, with the area’s economy strong in many sectors. The community has strength in education, health care, IT, research, technology and transportation.
Rolling Right Along
An excellent transportation roadway system is in place to help get Tysons’ citizens from one place to another. Advantages include the Capital Beltway (I-495) along with Virginia State Routes 7, 123 and 267.
Class of Their Own
Parents can send their children to a highly rated Fairfax County Public Schools system, which has four elementary schools and one middle school located specifically in Tysons. Meanwhile, resident high school students attend nearby George C. Marshall High School, James Madison High School or McLean High School.
Shopping is Hopping
Shopping enthusiasts will be in their sales-searching glory with visits to a pair of super-regional shopping malls – Tysons Corner Center and Tysons Galleria. Tysons Corner Center has more than 300 stores from Apple and Armani to Vera Bradley and Victoria’s Secret, and also on the property are a Hyatt Regency hotel and a VITA Apartments complex. At Tysons Galleria, designer boutiques include Chanel, Coach, Gucci and Hugo Boss along with a variety of restaurants. The two malls have become a destination for leisure travelers from all over the world.
Looking for certain ethnic food? That’s no problem in Tysons, where some of the favorite restaurants are American Tandoor, California Pizza Kitchen, Chima Brazilian Steakhouse, Eddie V’s Prime Seafood, La Sandia Mexican, Lebanese Taverna, Maggiano’s Little Italy, O’Malley’s Pub, Roll Play Vietnamese and Smashburger.