Though each has its own unique character, the eight districts that comprise Tysons combine to create a place of continuous vibrancy.
With easy access to the Spring Hill Metro station, Tysons West serves as a gateway for those arriving from the northwest. It’s envisioned as an arts and entertainment district, with plenty of options to enjoy life after the workday.
Primarily a residential district, the West Side offers proximity to the Metro corridor and abundant parkland, including Old Courthouse Spring Branch Stream Valley Park.
Located in the southwest, this district of established low-density, single-family housing will continue to evolve as a charming neighborhood village with an array of walkable retail and restaurant options.
With proximity to the Dulles Airport Access Road and the heart of Tysons, the North Central district will see additional mixed-use development linked to a lush green network.
Centered around the McLean Metro station, this is the eastern gateway of Tysons, adjacent to the town of McLean. Plans call for a mix of uses surrounding a great urban park.
Forming an edge to Tysons, this lower density residential district continues to be a walkable and bikeable area that will be enhanced through new pocket parks and neighborhood-serving retail.
Tysons Central 123
Leveraging the Tysons Corner Metro station and the area’s two destination retail centers — Tysons Corner Center and Tysons Galleria — this district will continue to serve as a premier regional and national shopping destination.
Tysons Central 7
Served by the Greensboro Metro station, Tysons Central 7 offers abundant office space with a planned mix of residential and commercial uses and a potential civic center that draws people to the heart of Tysons.