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Living in Tysons Corner, VA

Situated between McLean and Vienna on the Capital Beltway, Tysons Corner, Virginia, is a major urban center just 11 miles from Washington, D.C. Formerly known as Peach Grove, the community is home to two major shopping malls and scores of upscale hotels and corporate headquarters, including USA Today, Hilton Worldwide, and Booz Allen Hamilton. When Northern Virginia and D.C. residents wish to partake in a day of serious retail therapy, they often head to Tysons Corner's huge concentration of upmarket shops and restaurants.

Tysons Glass Corporate Building

Things to Do

One of the biggest draws of living in Tysons Corner, Virginia, is that you're minutes from any type of shop or restaurant you could desire, as well as the Beltway. Shopping or browsing at Tysons Corner Center (Virginia's largest shopping mall) and Tysons Galleria is always an enjoyable way to spend and afternoon, but locals know there's more to this community than shopping.

Tucked away in an industrial park on Spring Hill Road, 1st Stage Theater is a neighborhood gem that delivers Broadway-style shows in an intimate venue. Tysons Corner, VA, is also home to Freedom Hill Fort, a local park popular for its children's playground and peaceful hiking trails. A historical marker at the park commemorates the site of an 1865 battle between the Union and Confederate armies. Locals looking for a respite from the neighborhood's commercial attractions often pack up their bikes or kayaks and head to the picturesque Potomac River, which is less than 4 miles away.

Tysons Apartment Building

Housing in the Corner

Tysons Corner real estate options are as diverse and plentiful as the shops and restaurants that fill the area. Those in the market for housing can choose from a large array of single-family homes for sale, as well as more affordable townhome communities, urban lofts, and high-rise apartment and condo buildings with spectacular nighttime views of the bright lights of this vibrant city.

Tysons City and Road View

Transportation and Travel in Tysons Corner

Tysons Corner's convenient Beltway location simplifies the commute to D.C. or Fairfax, but many locals prefer to use public transportation so they can read, catch up, on work or simply relax during their commutes. In 2014, using public transportation became much more convenient with the opening of Phase I of Metrorail's Silver Line, which brought four new metro stations to the Tysons Corner neighborhood.


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What Locals Love

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  • Savvy shoppers know the main draw to the Tysons Corner area is the newly expanded Tysons Corner Center. Featuring flagship stores, like Macy’s and Bloomingdales, Tysons Corner Center boasts more than 300 specialty shops, as well as an array of dining and entertainment options.
  • Families seeking fun things to do head over to Freedom Hill Fort, a popular playground that also features hiking trails.
  • World-class theater is only a stone throw away. The award-winning 1st Stage Theatre presents educational and professional theatre productions in an intimate setting.


Tysons Real Estate at a Glance

  • 110 Avg. Days on Market*
  • $645,000 Median Price*

*over last 3 months

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