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NEW HOMES IN TYSONS
There’s a lot to love about owning a new home in Tysons, “America's Next Great City” and the business hub of Fairfax County, Virginia. Since beginning as a small rural crossroads, it has grown to become a nationally renowned home for booming businesses, including the global headquarters of several Fortune 500 companies. Conveniently located just outside Washington, D.C., it's an ideal home for people commuting all across the Washington Metropolitan Area. Learn more about what to expect from NVHomes in Tysons and find the community you'll call home.
ENDLESS CAREER POSSIBILITIES
Tysons features the largest concentration of office space in Northern Virginia, including the corporate headquarters of companies such as Intelsat, DXC Technology, Gannett, Hilton Worldwide, Cvent, Freddie Mac, Capital One, Mars, Inc., and Booz Allen Hamilton. In addition to the abundant corporate opportunities, many military and government employees are drawn to new homes in Tysons due to its close proximity to Washington, D.C., Arlington and military bases throughout the National Capital Region.
INSTANT BELTWAY ACCESS
With so many places to work in and around Tysons, convenient access to commuter routes is a must. Its eastern Fairfax County location places it between the community of McLean and the town of Vienna along the Capital Beltway (I-495). New Tysons homeowners can easily access the beltway to connect with I-95 and I-66 toward other parts of northern Virginia, or I-395 toward Alexandria and the District and I-270 into Maryland toward Baltimore. In 2014, Phase I of Metrorail's Silver Line brought four new metro stations to Tysons.
WORLD-CLASS SHOPPING AND DINING
It's not all business in Tysons. Virginia's largest shopping mall — and the largest in the Baltimore-Washington area — is Tysons Corner Center. There are also two upscale shopping centers nearby, with Tysons Galleria (also one of the largest malls in the region) to the north and Fairfax Square to the south. Fine dining establishments abound and new NV homebuyers will love being so close to world-class entertainment venues like the award-winning 1st Stage Theater and Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts in nearby Vienna.