Virtual reality gaming company Sandbox VR opening at The Boro in Tysons


The Boro in Tysons is going virtual. Virtual reality gaming company Sandbox VR has inked a deal to open a roughly 7,500-square-foot entertainment venue at the mixed-use development by Greensboro Drive and Silver Hill Drive. The San Francisco company will join a mix of tenants at The Boro, including Whole Foods Market, Showplace Icon Theater,… Read more »

Life Time to Replace Planned Equinox in Clarendon Shopping District


Life Time, a national fitness chain, has inked a 113,000-square-foot lease at 1440 North Edgewood Street in Clarendon, Va., according to Regency Centers, which owns the building. The property is part of The Crossing Clarendon, a 10-acre mixed-use development that consists of office, retail, restaurants and residential buildings. Regency Centers purchased the development in 2016… Read more »

Tesla targets Silver Spring for new service center


Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) plans to convert a Silver Spring office building into a new service center, adding to the electric automaker’s small but growing presence in Greater Washington.

Chase Bank’s regional branch expansion is ahead of schedule


Throughout the pandemic, JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) has been expanding its local footprint — a project that began in 2018 when it announced its first branch in Greater Washington. The bank now has 61 branches from Baltimore to Richmond and is a full year ahead of schedule to reach its target of 70… Read more »

County board approves rezoning for major expansion of The Boro


The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors voted yesterday (Tuesday) to approve a pair of rezoning applications that will expand the Tysons mixed-use community with 1.1 million square feet of housing, retail, and other amenities.

Tesla to open first Arlington dealership


Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) appears to be filling the high-end auto dealership void left by Maserati’s closure in South Arlington.

Rock climbing center to replace former Tysons furniture store


The owners of a Manassas rock climbing center plan to open a new location in Tysons, replacing a shuttered furniture store about halfway between the Greensboro and Spring Hill Metro stations in Fairfax County.