US Developer Unveils Plans for Mixed-Use Redevelopment

3 May 2011 (Last Updated May 3rd, 2011 18:30)

US-based developer Cityline Partners has unveiled plans for a mixed-use redevelopment of a 19-acre plot in Tysons Corner, Virginia, US. The plans include the replacement of six suburban buildings with a mixture of office, residential, hotel, retail and civic spaces. Cityline

US-based developer Cityline Partners has unveiled plans for a mixed-use redevelopment of a 19-acre plot in Tysons Corner, Virginia, US.

The plans include the replacement of six suburban buildings with a mixture of office, residential, hotel, retail and civic spaces.

Cityline also plans to provide pedestrian access to the nearby metro station by creating an urban park with a grand staircase built into the hillside.

The high-rise office buildings will be placed in the centre of the area while the residential and hotel areas will lie on the periphery of the proposed development.

The residential portion will feature a mid-rise and high-rise tower with recreation courtyards, private terraces, seating areas, a swimming pool and trails.

The development will also include a 14-storey office building with ground-level retail space and a green arbour row of trellis structures on the top level.