The Corporate Office Centre at Tysons II (Tysons Corner Metro Station)

This massive, mixed-use complex encompasses 5.9 million square feet of commercial, residential, and retail construction in 10 high-rise buildings with structured parking for 12,000 cars. The privately-developed project accesses the Tysons Corner Metro-rail station via an elevated pedestrian bridge. Specific buildings within the development’s larger master plan include:

  • Tysons II Office Building F, PricewaterhouseCoopers Offices: Located at 1800 Tysons Boulevard, this world-class 320,000 sf, 15-story office tower was awarded the NAIOP 2005 Award of Merit for Best High-Rise Building.  The tower is dramatically elevated on five foot deep cantilever girders, supported on stainless steel bearings atop elongated columns.  Other dramatic structural features include a 36-foot long cantilevered restaurant that "floats" above the landscaped courtyard below, as well as folded concrete plate features at the roof and lower canopy levels.  A separate 275,000 sf, nine-story pre-cast concrete parking structure for 840 cars connects to Building E’s existing parking structure via elevated bridges.
  • Tysons II Office Building H: The latest installation for the Corporate Office Centre is a 17-story, 476,000 sf office building eaturing a two-story, light-filled lobby and retail center with an iconic staircase and dramatic water feature, as well as other amenities, such as a conference center, fitness center, and café. The building’s 15 floors of office space sit above the two-story glass-enclosed lobby and retail center.  The third floor, directly above the podium, is cut back to the inner column line creating a strong reveal in the building’s form and providing a large external terrace for tenants.  The scheme also incorporates a pre-cast concrete garage on 11-levels for 1,185 cars as well as a 450-foot long enclosed pedestrian sky bridge that skewers through the building lobby and connects an existing parking garage across Tysons Boulevard to the new parking structure.