The Highland District

Tysons Building A at The Highland District MRP
Tysons, VA
New Construction
Mid-Rise Apartment Building

The design throughout the building is one of ease, casual layouts and inviting spaces. The casual furniture is surrounded by the extraordinary architechtural design details of wood and steel beams, brick walls and various metals. It even has its own vault door.
As you enter the Lobby, you are welcomed by the warmth of two linear fireplaces along with the dramatic millwork design that surrounds the warehouse style doors leading to the Great Room. Corridors leading left to the Leasing Office and right to the additional amenity spaces continue the design of the light Zebrano wood beams, pendants and art.
The Great Room is equally warm and inviting with the continuation of the two-sided linear fireplaces, various seating groups for comfort and function, as well as a memorable royal blue player piano. The space includes a full service bar area with lounge seating and multiple TV’s. The fold-up garage doors lead you to the beau¬tiful outdoor space beyond. The room opens to the ‘Library’ with sliding glass warehouse style doors. The library is a cozy area for reading or meetings with a ‘secret’ door leading to the secluded poker room.
Other amenities include a Zen Coffee Bar with a faux living wall, a Cyber/Conference area allowing for individual conference meetings in one of the two private rooms along with community computer access; a complete Game Room with something for everyone – bar area, lounge seating, pool table, ping pong, shuffleboard and fooze ball. Of course, a fully equipped Fitness Facility that will offer what any nearby gym would contain and more.
The design of this building will have broad appeal to a wide range of demographics and potential tenants looking for the prestige of a Tyson’s Corner address, with an up and coming community/town center, along with the convenience to the metro within a half mile.

Architect: Hord Coplan Macht
Management Company: Bozzuto
382 Tenant Units

Justin Wood