Tysons Corner

Home of the states largest shopping mall 'Tysons Corner Shopping Center', Tysons Corner is a well rounded neighborhood for shopping, business and education. It has great locations from the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts to the Great Falls Park to enjoy weekends with family and friends.
What Tysons Corner Residents
Think About Their Apartments
overall
7.7
value
7.0
amenities
8.5
social
6.0
management
8.0
safety
8.2
Median rents in Tysons Corner
Studio
$
1,750
1 Bedroom
$
1,672
2 Bedroom
$
2,035

Living in
Tysons Corner

Plenty Of Shopping Options
Lots Of Traffic
Extremely Safe
Quiet Neighborhood
Not Much Nightlife
Walkable
Great Location
Plenty Of Events
Proximity to DC
Few Residential Buildings
Developing
Convenient Commute
Proximity To Good Schools
Tysons Corner — None/10 Rating (based on 8 neighborhood reviews)
Not that many people live in Tysons. That's how it feels. But if you're working here, it's perfect! The new highrises aren't noisy and there's plenty of shopping. Lots of traffic too, though. Overall a good deal!
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6
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Ascent at Spring Hill Station Luxury Apartments
Tysons Corner doesn't have a ton of residential buildings/neighborhoods, so restaurants are a little empty at night. And traffic is intense so you're essentially stranded for a chunk of the morning and evening. But it's such a great location for getting to work, and there are plenty of events and things to do. The proximity to DC with the Silver Line for ease of access is great!
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Ascent at Spring Hill Station Luxury Apartments
Very close to work. Metro is near by. Safe area. Harris teeter in walking distance.
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9
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Fountains at Mclean
This area is fairly quiet and safe. It's mostly office buildings nearby, so it's close to a lot of people's work place. I wish there there are more restaurants nearby. It's mostly near the mall.
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7
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Nouvelle
Close to work if you work anywhere in Tysons, extremely safe, not too much noise (other then sirens if you live near a fire department, which I do). Not much walkable night life though. It is walkable to a grocery store and a Mall, but not a great pedestrian area. Metro is somewhat close (12 minute walk).
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Avalon Tysons Corner
Tysons is growing quickly adding not only office and housing stock but increased shopping and dining destinations. access to downtown via metro is extremely convenient
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Dolley Madison Apartments
It's not the city, but it's fast becoming a metropolis, with the Metro just 10 minutes away and the popular Tysons Corner Mall in reach. Schools are good, parking is still plentiful, and our particular complex is actually, actually affordable and relatively noise-free. If you pick the right side of the Rotonda to live on, you will never hear the Metro and get ample sun.
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None
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Rotonda
Everything is good and quickly. The building is sturdy and clean. Then rent is reasonable. It does go up slightly each year, but compared to other similarly-priced housing options
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Neighborhood Rating
520 S Courthouse Road
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Getting to Know
Tysons Corner

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundary: Maple Ave E to Dulles Toll Rd
North to South Boundary: Dulles Access Rd to Idylwood Rd
grocery
CVS Pharmacy
Harris Teeter
Safeway
Walmart
shopping
Madewell
Nordstrom
Sur La Table
Tysons Galleria
dining
Flemings Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
Marketplace Caf
Palm Restaurant
Subway
entertainment
AMC Tysons Corner 16
Babalu
Bennigan's
Maplewood Grill
transit
402 (bus)
402/432/574 (bus)
463 (bus)
724 (bus)
gyms / rec
Crossfit Route 7
Jazzercise Mclean Fitness Center
One To One Fitness Center
Tysons Sport&Health
About your Neighbors
Data from the 2013 American Community Survey
• Tysons Corner contains the 5 digit ZIP code(s) of _____. ___% of residents are renters, and the rental vacancy rate is typically ____%, which is _____________ than the national average.

• ___% of units are in 20+ unit buildings, with ___% having being built in the past 10 years. 2BR+ properties make up roughly ___% of the market, with the balance in 1BR and studios.

• Most people in Tysons Corner _____ own a car.

The median gross rent in Tysons Corner is $_______. ____% of Tysons Corner residents are 24-35, ___% are below 24, ___% are 36-50, and ___% are older than 50.

• Roughly ___% of Tysons Corner residents are students (___% grad, ___% undergrad), and ___% are unemployed or retired. The median income in Tysons Corner is $_______.

• Most units are heated by ______________, and ___% of ACS survey respondents said that they pay extra for one or more utilities.

Best Apartments
in Tysons Corner


Studio $1,881
1 Bed $1,942
2 Beds $2,433

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1 Bed $1,560
2 Beds $2,240

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1 Bed $2,277
2 Beds $2,462

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1 Bed $1,300
2 Beds $1,900

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1 Bed $1,525
2 Beds $2,025

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