Rent Coworking or Office Space in the Tysons Corner Area of Washington, D.C.

Tysons Corner is an unincorporated community as well as a census-designated place located in Fairfax County, Virginia. Tysons Corner sits between McLean and the town of Vienna within the Washington Metropolitan Area and is the largest business district in Fairfax County.

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Tysons Corner, is an unincorporated community as well as a census-designated place located in Fairfax County, Virginia. Tysons Corner sits between McLean and the town of Vienna within the Washington Metropolitan Area. Tysons Corner is the largest business district in Fairfax County. Tysons Corner is home to various corporate headquarters like DXC Technology, Gannett, Cvent, Hilton Worldwide, Intelsat, Freddie Mac, and Capital One, among others. Tysons Corner has 26 million square feet of office space. It was voted as the 12th largest business district in the entire country. The Tysons Regional Chamber of Commerce serves the many diverse businesses in this community. Their purpose is to continue to be a supportive business voice for all businesses, both large and small, in the Tysons region.

Work and business opportunities are rapidly increasing within Tysons. Recently the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) built a railway that connects McLean Station, Tysons Corner Station, Greensboro Station and Spring Hill Station through the silver line train. Tysons is Fairfax County's central business district, which is home to the largest office spaces in Northern Virginia. Tysons Corner is considered as an edge city because it focuses heavily on the concentration of building businesses, shopping centers and entertainment venues.

Tysons Corner is also home to some of the most significant buildings where major companies run their businesses. The tallest buildings in Tysons Corner are Capital One Tower, VITA Tysons Corner, Adaire, Tysons Corner Communications Tower, Ascent at Spring Hill Station and 1850 Towers Crescent Plaza, to name a few. Tysons Corner is also home to Tysons Corner Center, which is currently the largest shopping mall in both the entire state of Virginia and the Baltimore-Washington area.

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