Tysons Corner Center (RZ/FDP 2004-PR-044)

Tysons Development Activity                  

Application Overview

Location Map Area: 78.65 acres
Status: Approved 1/22/2007
Applicant Name: Tysons Corner Holdings LLC

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Additional Information

Tysons Corner Center is the largest regional mall in Virginia. The approved application would transform much of the existing surface parking around the enclosed retail space into a mixed-use development, capitalizing on the Tysons Center Metrorail station. The approval adds over 4 million square feet of office, residential, and hotel uses with supporting retail, to be constructed in four phases.

The application includes a commitment to a TDM program, parking reductions and management, accommodation of pedestrian bridges to surrounding development off-site, accommodation of bus transit plaza areas, and a contribution to the Tysons Transportation Fund. The application also commits to provide 1,700 square feet of Community Space and number of on-site public and semi-public park spaces. In addition to the on-site recreation facilities provided, the application provides cash contributions to support off-site recreational opportunities.

The FDP covers the entire site and shows all phases, but per the proffered commitments, Phases 3 and 4 must return through the zoning process for a CDPA/FDPA prior to any development in those phases occurring.

Related Application

PCA 2004-PR-044*

*Applications CDPA/FDPA/PCA 2004-PR-044 have been submitted for phases 3 & 4.

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