Tysons Corner, Virginia, continues to grow and change, now with a planned project that involves 668,435 square feet of senior residential space. As first reported by Washington Business Journal, Illinois-based Mather LifeWays plans on building two 18- and 27-story towers, reaching up to 285 feet tall.
Along with over 18,000 square feet of retail and restaurants planned, there will also be 300 independent living units and 78 assisted living, memory support, and skilled nursing beds. There will be both one- and two-bedroom units as well as amenities like a fitness center and day spa.
Other amenities planned include an “activity event lawn,” private gardens, and outdoor terraces.
According to Washington Business Journal, the project is expected to open by 2022. These plans are part of the developer’s Arbor Row project, which also expects to feature a 140-unit condo building that spans 25 stories and a 193,000-square-foot office building. The location is at 7901 Westpark Drive, a little less than half a mile away from the Tysons Corner Metro station.
For more renderings, be sure to check out Washington Business Journal here.
• In today's Tysons, there's nothing like this proposed dual-tower development [Washington Business Journal]