WaPo: Wal-Mart Coming to Tysons Corner
The Washington Post’s Jonathan O’Connell recently reported that Wal-Mart is planning to open a store as part of a mixed-use development in Tysons Corner. The store will be located at Leesburg Pike and Westwood Center Drive, and construction could be complete by 2013, so that the store would open in conjunction with the Tysons West Metro station, according to O’Connell.
Location of Tysons Corner Wal-Mart. Courtesy of Google Maps.
From The Post:
The 79,000-square-foot store would join new offices, a gym, parking lots and other stores as part of a project by developer JBG Cos. on Leesburg Pike between Ashgrove Lane and Westwood Center Drive. JBG and Wal-Mart are in final negotiations on a lease agreement, company officials said.
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