You may think of Tysons Corner as one large, congested corporate hub overlapping established, more residential communities in Falls Church, McLean and Vienna, but that idea may be a thing of the past come 2014.
The emerging concept of the "four towns of Tysons" is the subject a panel of developers and local experts will take on at a Tysons Regional Chamber of Commerce discussion on Wednesday.
"Tysons will benefit from four new Silver Line Metro stations coming in 2013 and be transformed into a walkable, lively urban center," a press release from the Chamber of Commerce reports.
The panel will address:
- "How will the four Towns of Tysons be different, and which Town is best for your business needs?"
- "What are the specific construction timing and economic issues that affect each of the Towns?"
- "How will future space and amenities in Tysons appeal to the next generation workforce?"
Panelists will include Keith S. Turner, vice president of Cityline Partners; Timothy J. Steffan, senior vice president of Macerich; Aaron J. Georgelas, a partner in the Georgelas Group; Stephen M. Cumbie, president of NVCommercial. Stuart "Stu" Mendelsohn, a partner with Holland & Knight, will moderate the discussion.
The presentation will run from 8 to 9:30 a.m. at the Gannett Building auditorium in McLean. The cost to attend is $35 for chamber members and $45 for nonmembers. For more information about registration, visit the Tysons Regional Chamber of Commerce website.