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Work In Tysons

A City Built for Your Success

Tysons is designed for businesses to flourish. You can see it in our commitment to growth, which has Tysons on track to offer 45 million square feet of office space and 55 million square feet of residential space by 2040. It’s evident in our increasing density, which translates to more sustainable economic activity. It’s visible in the many Washington Metrorail stations, which make Tysons accessible from any locale in the DC area. And it’s embodied in our young and educated workforce. Add it all up, and it’s clear: your business opportunities will grow in Tysons.

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Rassi G. Borneo – TimeLine Media

A Solid Foundation

We’re proud to be home to a roster of highly successful corporationsHilton, Freddie Mac, Booz Allen Hamilton, Capital One, DXC Technology, MITRE, and PenFed Federal Credit Union are all headquartered in TysonsA slew of thriving startupsinnovative non-profits, local small businesses, and one-of-a-kind restaurants have also set up shop here. With such a diverse and robust foundationTysons is poised for additional growth that will benefit newcomers and established businesses alike.  

Fairfax County’s Catalyst

As a burgeoning urban center, Tysons is the economic engine of Fairfax County, Virginia. With its population of more than 1.14 million, proximity to Washington, D.C., and highly educated residents, Fairfax County is an ideal place to do business.

Fairfax County Key Business Stats:

  • 2,500 new businesses started annually
  • Average venture capital investment of $10 million per deal
  • Total employment of more than 600,000
  • 155,000 employed in professional and technical services
    (104,000 in Tysons)
  • Average household income of $150,000


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