New Construction: New Homes for Sale in Vienna VA

New Construction: New Homes for Sale in Vienna VA

Check out the list of all new construction homes available for sale today in Vienna VA!

2128 POLO POINTE DRIVE, VIENNA, VA: World class luxury – those who appreciate beauty, luxury and sophistication. This exquisite home was built by Award Winning architect George Sagatov. Escape city hassles on Private and Serene 5 acre lot….



1871 BEULAH ROAD VIENNA, VA: Stunning New Home on 1/2 acre lot with walk out lower level to private backyard. Home features: top quality design and finishes, architectural moldings, open floor plan, gourmet eat-in kit, large master, hardiplank, stone, front porch & back deck. Fabulous location…



303 TAPAWINGO ROAD SE VIENNA, VA: Just completed! Spectacular new home offers almost 7,000 square feet on three finished levels. Three car side entry garage, great lot and location. One of a kind floorplan with oversized doors and windows + high ceilings make for light, bright open spaces….



2754 CEDAR LANE, VIENNA, VA: One of a kind home – hardwood floors & luxurious owners suite; 9′ ceilings. This home features: home technology, stunning kitchen with double ovens, security system, and more. Minutes to downtown Vienna & Metro…



1030 PARK STREET SE VIENNA, VA: Beautiful new home on 1/2 acre. Best finishes: Gourmet kitchen with Wolf/Sub-Zero appliances, 2-story foyer, 3 car garage, 10′ ceilings, Marble in all bathrooms, ground-level walk-out basement, custom fully-automated home, Wet Bar, Master suite with sitting area….



506 PLUM STREET SOUTHWEST, VIENNA, VA: Rare find – luxurious contemporary new home in the heart of Vienna. Open floor plan with expansive living room, dining room. Kitchen features extra-long island with waterfall quartz countertops, floor to ceiling windows & doors….



1018 MAPLE AVENUE EAST, VIENNA, VA: Exciting New Monarch Construction Contemporary Design with Classic Details. December Delivery. Loads of Windows and Drenched with Natural Light. 5 Bedrooms Up! Spacious Main Level Bedroom. Open Floor Plan….



1102 WALKER CIRCLE SW VIENNA, VA: 4 bedrooms plus office/sitting room on an 11,604 SqFt lot on cul-de-sac. This New Home features: great finish details, two car garage, and three finished levels. Terrific schools and location….

Haven’t found what you were looking for? Please click HERE to see all new construction homes for sale in Vienna VA.

For more information on the process of buying a new home, please visit my Blog Page: New Construction Homes.

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Moving to Vienna VA? Reasons You Will Love Living Here!

Welcome to my Real Estate Website! For anyone moving to Vienna, VA or considering the move, you’ll want to be sure to read this article first.



All homes come directly from my professional MLS account with most Up-to-Date information.

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Vienna, Virginia

Steeped in rich Civil War history, Vienna, Virginia is a flourishing town with high-ranking public schools, thriving business district, quaint residential neighborhoods, and beautiful green spaces. There is no surprise that it was rated third of the 100 best places to live in the United States by CNN/Money and Money magazine in 2013. With a population of approximately 17,000 and growing, this prosperous area is also ranked #1 in terms of livability in Virginia and #5 in the USA. Low crime rates, a stable housing market filled with both new construction and historic homes, and plenty of amenities make this the perfect community to call home.

Vienna’s climate enjoys the best of each season: gorgeous spring blooms and showers, temperatures of 90 degrees in the summer, crisp autumns with colorful foliage and an average of 20 inches of snowfall in the winter. Only 15 miles west of Washington DC, residents are able to enjoy the relaxing serenity of tree-canopied streets, family centered, close-knit communities, and small town charm – while being just a short commute from the cosmopolitan lifestyle of the big city.

Seasonal Events

Residents of Vienna will enjoy year-round events that bring neighbors together, foster community spirit, and build town pride. At the end of April is Taste of Vienna, where a wide range of local restaurants showcase their savoury specialities in order to raise money to support the Vienna Volunteer Fire Department – great food for a great cause. Starting in May until October is the Vienna Saturday Farmers Market where you can find locally-sourced fresh produce, delicious homemade food, and live musical entertainment. Viva Vienna, the town’s annual festival, takes place on Memorial Day weekend with amusement rides, crafts, food, and entertainment for all ages with 100% of proceeds going toward charitable, community, and humanitarian organizations.

What a better way to spend the lazy days of summer Friday nights than Chillin’ on Church. A family-friendly street party complete with kids activities and games, live music, a food truck alley, and of course, beer for the adults. As well, free concerts in a range of musical styles run from May to early August on scheduled Friday and Sunday evenings at Summer on the Green.  Independence Day kicks off with a free festival and ends with fireworks so don’t forget your blankets and chairs. In October, Vienna celebrates Oktoberfest with great food, live music, vendors, kids zone, and beer and wine for the grownups – all with free admission! For over 70 years, the Halloween Parade has been delighting children and adults alike, come be part of this community tradition. Bring in the New Year with your family at First Night Vienna, a free family-friendly, alcohol-free event featuring live music, food trucks, kid’s activities, and much more!

Outdoor Activities

Vienna is home to Wolftrap National Park, which has the distinction of being the only national park in America dedicated to the performing arts. From a variety of musical genres: opera, jazz, contemporary to classical, theatre, and dance – there is something for everyone. And for the younger art aficionados, Children’s Theatre-in-the-Woods offers over 70 performances in the summer including dance, storytelling, puppetry, and much more!

Meadowlark Botanical Gardens has over 95 acres of gardens, plant collections, forests, lakes, and trails to explore – even a restored 18th-century log cabin. In Winter, the garden is lit up in a spectacular holiday light show in the annual Winter Walk of Lights.

Roer’s Zoofari is a family zoo that covers over 30 acres and features a petting barn, safari open air bus rides, and a budgie atrium among other exciting animal encounters. For biking, jogging, rollerblading, and even horseback riding, the Washington & Old Dominion Trail is a historic railroad path turned trail that cuts right through the center of town.

Vienna offers a number of swimming pools as well.

Shopping Opportunities

Virginia’s largest shopping mall is Tysons Corner Center, which also has the distinction of being the 13th largest in our nation. Nordstrom, Bloomingdale’s, Lord & Taylor, and Macy’s are the main department stores and the mall has over 300 specialty shops and restaurant options as well as a 16-theatre cinema. For your luxury shopping desires, The Shops at Fairfax Square is home to Tiffany & Co, Miele, and Liljenquist & Beckstead, as well as fining dining at Chef Geoff’s and a full service Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa.

Vienna is also home to a Whole Foods Market where you can not only purchase healthy and fresh groceries, this location also offers a Pub complete with TVs, happy hour beer and wine specials, and a newly renovated café patio.

Dining Options

Vienna has a plethora of restaurants from fine dining to family friendly which you can find here. I would also like to share some of my favorites. For fresh, hand-crafted chocolate, head over to Cocoa Vienna, where organic high-quality ingredients are used to create little masterworks of “spiritual nourishment.” Lombardi’s is where you will find gooey, cheesy traditional Old New York style pizza with made from scratch dough and generous toppings.


Savor bistro cuisine in a charming cosy atmosphere, delicious food, and great drinks at Bazin’s on Church – be sure you make a reservation or prepare to wait for a table. You don’t have to go to Japan for authentic sushi, just head over to Sushi Yoshi for aesthetically pleasing and tastebud delighting cuisine. Locally sourced ingrediants meet global techiniques at Maple Ave Restraurant where you can dine on eclectic American fare 7 days a week. Be sure to hit the brunch on weekends and try the to-die-for truffled egg scramble.

Caboose Brewing Co. is where Vienna residents head for freshly brewed beer and innovative and healthy farm to table menu in a funky industrial style atmosphere. Amazing and creative tacos, flavorful sauces, handmade margaritas, and outdoor seating where you can bring your furry best friend makes Taco Bamba a local favorite for Mexican dishes with an American flair.

Fitness Centers

When you are ready to burn off all that delicous food, Vienna has a few fitness centers that you can head to. The East Meets West Yoga Center offers yoga in various styles to accommodate the differences and uniqueness of individuals and their abilities and preferences. Empower yourself and tone and streamline your body at NOVA Pilates (used to be Church Street Pilates). For low impact exercise that burns calories and helps gain lean muscle, try Pure Barre where you will use the ballet barre to perform small movements with huge benefits.

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Spec Homes or Custom: Which New Home is Right for You?

Major Differences between Spec Homes and Custom

Driving through the neighborhoods of Vienna VA, McLean VA, Great Falls VA and Falls Church VA, one would notice a big change from last several years – a large number of new construction homes of various designs becoming more and more common. If you are thinking about buying new construction home and wondering about the major differences between custom and spec homes, I hope you’ll find information in this post helpful.

By now, with the help of your real estate agent, you have located the area, and, now, it’s time to decide whether to choose between speculative (spec) or custom home.

New home buyers’ choices would fall on a spectrum with spec homes at one pole and full-custom homes at the other. With spec homes, the builder’s work is done and the buyer chooses from among homes that already exist and available for sale. The spec builder who sells a move-in ready home makes all of the choices from the floor plan to the color scheme. Consequently, spec homes are often built with the features, amenities, and neutral color scheme that appeal to the widest range of home buyers.

Moving toward the opposite pole, spec home builders may offer some customization options and upgrades to give the buyer the opportunity to personalize their homes. In fact, most new homes fall somewhere within the customization spectrum, with some choices made by the builder and others by the buyer. In most cases, the foot print of the house will not be changed, but, depending on the stage of the construction or sales contract, some walls can be opened up or closed in, the floors style and color can be selected and all decorative elements including tiles and wall colors can be selected by the home buyers.

For full custom homes, the buyer makes all of the choices: lot, architect, builder, floor plan, and all the details from foundation to rooftop—according to budget and design requirements.

Also Read:

Guide to Building A Custom Home: Pricing, Timing And More…

Building Time

Build time is a major difference between spec and custom homes. Full-custom homes can take a very long time to be designed and built (sometimes as long as 2 years). Spec homes are built from standard plans that the builder has built numerous times and the full house can take somewhere between 6 and 8 months to complete.

Floor Plan—Custom, Some Custom, Spec?

Choice of floor plan falls along a spectrum from completed spec home with no choice to custom homes with every choice. In between are spec builders who offer a choice of floor plans and custom builders who use plan books as a starting point.

The Specifications

For every new home, whether spec, or custom, specifications — from quality of cabinets, to flooring and carpets, to the type of wiring and plumbing—must be developed. The specifications are the detailed instructions that the builder and subcontractors use for bidding out work, ordering materials, establishing pricing, and constructing the home.

Obviously, developing specifications for full-custom homes can take much longer than for a spec home. The buyer must sign off on the specifications and pricing before the builder can start construction. If the pricing on the final specifications exceeds the buyer’s budget, compromises on upgrades, quality of materials, customizations, and even square footage may be needed. Changes to the specifications after the contract signing, require additional paperwork.

Options & Upgrades

It is a common practice, even with spec builders, to give buyers an opportunity to make choices such as floors and wall finishes, counter tops, appliances, and similar details. The purchase often includes a free design consultation to help the buyer make choices. Although the consultation may be free, the design center staff usually works on commission and may try to upsell features.

Even a “free” upgrade package may require a substantial deposit or prepayment. Everything has a cost and, since options and upgrades involve individual tastes and special orders, the builder doesn’t want to be left with materials and choices that can’t be undone if the transactions doesn’t close or the buyer has a change of mind. In addition to an earnest money deposit, the buyer may be required to pay up front even for included upgrades.

Also Read:

How to Vet A Parcel and Buy A Perfect Lot in Northern Virginia: 8 Land Purchasing Questions to Ask

Keep an Eye on Upgrade Costs

It’s easy to get carried away with upgrades. If you are budget conscious, you should know that too many upgrades can raise the price of a new home above appraised value compared to sales prices of comparable homes.

Unique custom homes can present an even more challenging appraisal situation if there are no comparable properties. The builder isn’t responsible for the home’s value and a lender won’t approve a loan for more than appraised value. The choice is to forgo upgrades that will increase the price beyond appraised value or to bring more money to closing.

Of course, personal taste, enjoyment, and pride of ownership rank high as criteria for choosing upgrades, but not every upgrade translates to future resale value or impacts appraised value. For example, an appraiser will note granite countertops, but usually won’t adjust for the quality grade—1 to 4—of the stone.

Your realtor will provide information on sales and resales of comparable properties that will help you manage upgrade costs and make value-adding upgrades choices.

Bottom Line

There are significant differences between spec and custom homes. If you are interested in learning more, let’s get started! Please schedule your consultation HERE.

AUTHOR: Natasha Lingle is a full time real estate agent serving Vienna VA and Northern Virginia communities. She is an Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR) and Certified New–Home Construction Buyer Representative. If you are planning to buy a finished new construction home or would like to build fully custom home, you can rely on her knowledge. As your new home buyer agent, she will guide you through the steps and processes of purchase, construction, and customization. In addition, she will:

• explain characteristics of new homes and highlight the differences between custom and spec constructions;

• evaluate pros and cons of purchasing a new home versus an existing home;

• help you understand new-home construction sales contract;

• and explain such nuances as “builder’s warranty”.



Building A New Home? Northern Virginia Guide to Septic Systems: What You Should Know Before Submitting Offer for Land Purchase

I understand that septic systems might be the last thing on your mind when you are planing to build a gorgeous new home in McLean, Vienna or Great Falls. But the approval of the septic system might be one of the most important parts of the building process.

If public sewer is not available, no house can be constructed without approved septic system!

What is Septic System?

Septic system is underground waste treatment structure installed in the areas where public sewer is not available.

Septic systems come in all shapes, sizes, types and capacities ranging from a simple gravity conventional system for a 1 bedroom hunting cabin to a large communal alternative onsite sewage system serving more than 300 homes, but they all have one thing in common – they all have to be approved by the County’s Health Department.

All conventional and alternative septic systems are soil based disposal systems; therefore, the approval of the systems and their types will depend on the soil study that includes soil percolation test. The location of the house will be dictated by the placement of the septic system, and the location of the septic will depend on the results of the soil test.

If the soil test is unsatisfactory, NO house can be built on the property!

The buyers who are looking to buy property as land, will be confronted with two common scenarios:

  1. A property is sold as a lot with a “teardown” house that is already served by the septic system.
  2. The lot is sold as undeveloped or unimproved property.

For the lot with the existing system, it is important to check if the property has an area that is saved as a reserve (this area can be used for a possible extension of an existing system or for installation of a new system). As a first step of investigating the lot, it might be helpful to check on the number of bathrooms that the current septic system supports.  Why is this important? If in the past the system was approved to serve only 2 or 3 bedrooms, there is no guarantee that today the county will issue an approval for a brand new system that will serve the number of bathrooms desired, or will approve extension to the system currently in place.

REMEMBER: the most likely outcome is that the county will request abandonment of the current septic and an installation of a brand new system! The permits to abandon an existing system will have to be filed with the Fairfax County’s Health Department either by the seller or you as a new owner.

Also Read:

How to Vet A Parcel and Buy A Perfect Lot in Northern Virginia: 8 Land Purchasing Questions to Ask

Permits to construct or repair onsite sewage (septic) system

The permits to construct or repair onsite sewage system are not transferable between the owners. These permits are:

  • Issued to a single owner and not transferable between the owners
  • Valid for 18 months
  • Can be extended once for an additional 18 months
  • All work must be completed before extension expires

Certification Letters

What if the land is sold as undeveloped or unimproved?

As a contingency to the Contract For Purchase of Unimproved Property (Virginia Association of Realtors form 650), the seller has to provide Certification Letter issued by the Fairfax County’s Health Department.

This letter must show that soil test was performed and a septic system for a residential dwelling can be constructed. In addition, a plat showing the exact location for proposed septic system has to be attached. The Certification Letter will list property’s address, the name of the owner and the number of bathrooms allowed.

The higher the number of approved bathrooms, the more value the lot has.

Certification Letters:

  • Issued to a single owner
  • Transferable between the owners
  • Do not expire
  • Guaranty that system can be installed with a defined capacity
  • Do not guaranty system type
  • Can be null and void if property lines change or site is disturbed

When a seller or seller’s agent doesn’t provide certification letter for an approved septic, the trip to the county will be needed. If the septic was not approved, then it might take between 2-3 months to get an approval.

In order to protect yourself from a disappointing lot purchase, make sure the Contract For Purchase of Unimproved Property has these possible contingencies:

  • Reviewing of septic Certification Letter for unimproved land.
  • Obtaining permits for construction of Septic System.
  • Reviewing of Plat by certified building engineer.

Bottom Line

When buying land for a construction of new home, make sure to pay close attention to Septic System. The Contract has to include contingencies on the ability to pass a percolation test and/or obtain permits for construction of septic system. And of cause, hire a knowledgeable real estate agent who will take time to investigate the lot by doing a research at the Health Department, consulting with Fairfax County representatives, and will put you in touch with reliable septic specialist and an engineer. If you have any questions, feel free to Contact Me.

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Thinking of Selling Your Home? With Low Inventory, Now Is the Time to Act

If you thought about selling your house this year, now may be the time to do it. The inventory of homes for sale on the national level is well below historic norms, and buyer demand is skyrocketing. We were still in high school when we learned the concept of supply and demand: the best time to sell something is when supply of that item is low, and demand for that item is high. That defines today’s real estate market.

Jonathan Smoke, Chief Economist at, revealed in a recent article that:

The biggest challenge to buyers this spring will be simply finding a home to buy and getting it successfully under contract. That’s because the supply of homes for sale is at an all-time low, and yet demand is strong and getting stronger.

Smoke goes on to say:

We started the year with the lowest inventory of homes available for sale that we’ve ever seen on While we did see inventory grow 2% in February, total inventory was down 11% over last year.

Most recent Washington D.C’s Housing Market Update also shows low inventory:

  • March active inventories of 8,648 decreased 11.5% compared to last year.
  • All property types showed decreases in inventory levels over last year, with condo inventories down
    16.5% to 2,238, townhome inventories down 13.1% to 1,476, and single-family detached inventories down 8.5% to 4,926.
  • Across the region, inventory levels dropped everywhere except Fairfax City (+17.9%). The largest
    decline was in Fairfax County, where they dropped 17.5%, followed closely by Montgomery County, where they decreased by 14.8%.

To learn more about inventories in Washington DC areas, please refer to page #6 of the full PDF version of this report

In this type of market, the sellers may hold a major negotiating advantage when it comes to price and other aspects of the real estate transaction including the inspection, appraisal and financing contingencies.

Here’s how to negotiate the sale of your home for the best possible price. 

Bottom Line

If you are thinking about selling your house, let’s meet for no obligation seller’s consultation. Please book your consultation here.

March 2017 Housing Market Update for Washington DC Metro Areas

March 2017 Housing Market Update for Washington DC Metro Areas

The following analyses of the Washington DC Metro Area housing market is based on February 2017 MRIS housing data.

• March 2017’s median sales price of $420,00 was up 5.3% or $21,000 compared to last year. This is the highest March median sales price on record, with data going back to 1997.

Sales volume across the DC Metro area was nearly $2.3 billion, up 26.7% from last March.

Closed sales of 4,450 were up 18.5% compared to last year.  It was also the highest March level in a decade and easily exceeding the 3,755 sales recorded last March.

New contract activity of 6,254 also reached a ten-year March high, increasing by 1.4% over last year.

New listings of 8,210 were down 1.7% compared to last year.

Active listings of 8,648 are down 11.5% compared to last year but up 15.3% compared to last month. This   is the eleventh consecutive month of declines in year-over-year inventory levels, and inventories are at the lowest March level since 2014.

• The average percent of original list price received at sale in March was 97.9%, up from last year’s 97.1%, and also up from last month’s 97.4%.

The median days-on-market for March 2017 was 15 days, 12 days lower than last year.

Click here to access the full PDF version of this report

The DC Metro Area Housing Market Update provides unique insights into the state of the current housing market by measuring the number of new pending sales, trends by home characteristics, and key indicators through the most recent month compiled directly from Multiple Listing Service (MLS) data.

The DC Metro Area housing market includes: Washington, D.C., Montgomery County and Prince George’s County in Maryland, and Alexandria City, Arlington County, Fairfax County, Fairfax City, and Falls Church City in Virginia.

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Builder’s Warranty: What Does New Home Warranty Cover?

New Doesn’t Always Mean Perfect

Avoiding repairs and maintenance is a major reason for buying new homes. The buyers expect perfection, but very few new construction homes escape all problems in the first year. It can take a year of living in a new home and experiencing all of the seasonal changes to put the home and its systems to the full test. With the help of your real estate agent, make sure to check sales contract to see if the builder’s warranty was included.


Also Read:

Stages of Home Construction: From Lot Preparation to Final Inspection

What is Builder’s Warranty ?

Some new home warranties are supported by the builder, while others provide a third-party warranty that continues coverage even if the builder goes out of business before the warranty period expires. The warranty should set forth responsibility for repairs and exact procedures to follow in case the buyer finds a covered defect. The homeowner should follow warranty procedures to the letter. For example, hiring outside contractors to do repairs on covered items could cancel the benefit of the warranty.

If you are FHA or VA buyer, builder will be required to purchase third-party warranty as a way to guarantee protection.

What’s Covered Under Typical Builder’s Warranty

A typical 1/2/10 builder’s warranty covers materials and workmanship for one (1) year, systems like plumbing and HVAC for two (2) years, and major structural defects for up to ten (10) years.

A builder’s warranty will typically exclude:

  • Damage due to the abuse, misuse, neglect, or failure to maintain adequate ventilation and humidity levels in the home, or failure by the homeowners’ association to provide maintenance.
  • Natural wear and tear and deterioration of construction materials within expected range, including warpage or shrinkage within industry standards due to weather conditions or soil movement or settling.
  • Damage caused by outsiders, natural events, or “acts of God”.
  • Damage caused by people hired to work on the property.
  • Housing costs and expenses if the owner must move out during repairs.
  • Consumer products, such as a refrigerator and dishwasher, which have manufacturer warranties.

Consumer product warranties should be transferred to the homeowner.


The initial home purchase contract should contain the builders’ warranty. A request for the buyer to sign a separate warranty document at closing, unless agreed to during the initial contract phase, may signal an attempt by the builder to narrow the scope of the warranty.

A good real estate agent will admonish buyer-clients not to go on autopilot after closing and assume that everything is problem-free. Sometimes even a small defect can be a symptom of a bigger problem. For example: a few cracked floor tiles could signal upheaval in the underlying slab.

An agent will provide a valuable service to you by sending a reminder to do a walk-through and schedule an independent home inspection about 4–6 weeks before the warranty period ends. If the inspection turns up problems, the inspector’s report provides expert substantiation of the defect.

Bottom Line

Make sure your New Construction Contract of Purchase is contingent on the review of the Builders’ Warranty. If you are ready to start looking for your new construction home, please give me a call or text at (571) 455-0178 or email me at:

AUTHOR: Natasha Lingle is a full time real estate agent serving Vienna VA and Northern Virginia communities. She is an Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR) and Certified New–Home Construction Buyer Representative. If you are planning to buy a finished new construction home or would like to build fully custom home, you can rely on her knowledge. As your new home buyer agent, she will guide you through the steps and processes of purchase, construction, and customization. In addition, she will:

• explain characteristics of new homes and highlight the differences between custom and spec constructions;

• evaluate pros and cons of purchasing a new home versus an existing home;

• help you understand new-home construction sales contract;

• and explain such nuances as “builder’s warranty”.


Major Changes are Coming to Tysons!

Major Changes are Coming to Tysons!

The long-term plan for the Tysons corridor is for it to become the ‘new downtown’ of Fairfax County. City planners have the goal of up to 100,000 residents and 200,000 jobs by 2050. On a macro-level the plan is:

  • Land more than a quarter mile from a Metro station should devote 75% of the space for residential purposes
  • Land inside the quarter of a mile radius should have 65% devoted to office space

Below is a map of all the major residential projects that are in the pipeline based on the latest information that is currently available. Combined they will bring just shy of 25,000 residential units to the triangular shaped expanse of land roughly bordered by Route 7, I-495, and the Dulles Toll Road. Two of the largest clusters will be around Spring Hill Metro (with over 10,000 residential units) and Scott’s Run Metro (with over 5,000 units). Since many of these haven’t even broken ground yet, the exact number of units per building may have changed (or will change) from what we could find in published information. However, the numbers should be very close to what the final count should be. You can find out information from the Tysons Partnership page as well as this Washington Post article.


Click on each red square to find out how many units are planned for that location (we have also included the same information down below). We plotted a map point for each building, except when it came to the Scott’s Run development. Since there are 21 buildings planned for those three parcels of land we just plotted a polygon that roughly corresponds to the borders of the planned development.

Tysons Major Residential Projects:


• Tysons West

A total of 803 residential units, 450 hotel rooms, plus office and retail space. See more at

• Dominion Square

Two parcels of land either side of this street will bring a combined total 3,273 residential units and 250 hotel rooms to the land very close to the Metro.

• Perseus Project

This 3.52 acre lot will replace the existing 6-story building with two high-rise buildings with 300 residential units and 200 hotel rooms, plus office and retail. For renderings of the proposed site plan go to:

• Sunburst At Spring Hill

Near several other major buildings, this building is going to bring another 1,338 residential units to the Spring Hill neighborhood.

• Georgelas Group At Spring Hill

There are three large buildings planned for this side of Spring Hill, bringing a total of 4,000 residential units plus office and retail spaces.

• The Ascent At Spring Hill Station

This 404-unit apartment building is now leasing. See more at

• Westpark Plaza

Over five acres of land will have two residential towers with 1,300 residential units and another several hundred hotel rooms (150-300 is latest information we could find). Retail space is also part of the plan.

• The Boro

One of the largest developments in the works due to the almost 2 million square feet of office space, it will also bring 1,273 residential units and 150 hotel rooms. See more at

• Tysons Central

Another mixed-use parcel with 1,509 residential units and 200 hotel rooms integrated with office and retail space.

• Residences At Greensboro Place

Within walking distance of two different Metro stations (Greensboro and Tysons Metros) these two towers will bring up to 520 units to the area. See more at:

• Arbor Row

The Arbor Row development will bring eight new buildings across almost twenty acres of land. Approximately half of it will be dedicated to residential space (up to 1,176 units) and the rest will be a mix of office, retail, and hotel. See more here:

• 7915 Jones Branch Drive

This building will have up to 400 residential units and retail space. Fairfax County government will lease 4,000 square feet in the neighboring Brunswick Building (7921 Jones Branch Drive) at no cost for ten years (the latest plan was for the Fire Marshal office to move in). The development will also have a dog park and interior courtyard.

• Capital One Campus

The 26-acre campus owned by Capital One will have 12 buildings consisting of up to 1,230 residential units, 1,000 hotel rooms, plus office and retail space. They will also develop a 30,000-square-foot community center, community park, and parking lots (some of which will be underground, others will be discreetly integrated into the above ground areas). See more here:

• Scott’s Run North and South

The two parcels of Scott’s Run South, plus the nearby Scott’s Run North total 40-acres and the current plan is to have 21 new buildings with a mix of residential, retail, office, and hotel uses. Scott’s Run South will have up to 2,172 residential units and 360 hotel rooms, while North will have up to 464 units (and no hotel). There are also plans for a trail system to join the nearby developments. See more here:

• 1575 Anderson Road (Garfield Parcel)

Two buildings with 425 units (combined) are already under construction. Leasing expected to begin in 2016. The latest available information we could find is here: Note, several different sources differ slightly on the exact number of units that will be available (from 425 to 445). We have posted what was on the Tysons Partnership page.

• The Commons

Up to 2,571 apartments will be added adjacent to the Scott’s Run and Garfield Parcel living areas. There will also be two office buildings for Mitre Corporation on the nearby land.

• Tysons 1

The existing Tysons 1 shopping center will have space for 1,300 residential units and a 200 room hotel added to it, in addition to office and retail space.

Bottom Line:

These major changes at Tysons will bring real estate boom to surrounding areas such as Vienna, VA and McLean, VA. If you are thinking of buying, consider Tysons to be your new home. Book buyer consultation today!