1600 Tysons Boulevard has achieved a LEED® Silver Existing Buildings certification for incorporating green initiatives, operations, and strategies for protecting resources.
The building provides increased ventilation, pulling fresh air into the building and carefully filtering internal spaces, thereby greatly improving indoor air quality.
Air flow monitoring and the use of low-emitting materials ensure a healthier work environment than non-LEED buildings.
A reduction in CO2 emissions compared to non-LEED® office buildings through the use of energy and water efficient equipment in the central plant. This reduces the strain on Earth's most precious resource, water.
100% of the energy consumed comes from renewable energy sources providing the highest environmental benefit.
Mature, tree-lined roadways, pedestrian-friendly walkways and a one-acre Central Park located at the intersection of Tysons Boulevard and Galleria Drive, maximize open space and create a scenic environment for tenants and visitors to enjoy.
As a model of green entrepreneurship and as an agent of change, building management collects and disposes of recyclables such as paper, plastic, glass, aluminum and other materials.
The building utilizes the latest green cleaning practices that eliminates the use of harmful chemicals.
Tenant are encouraged to maximize the use of daylight and views in design of interior spaces. By optimizing the amount of natural daylight in the workspaces, businesses improve working conditions and boost employee wellness, satisfaction and morale.
The underground parking is designed to minimize the base building's contribution to heat-island effect and relieve the cooling energy load during hot summer months.
The building’s use of energy-efficient lighting, occupancy controls and variable frequency drives on the HVAC systems contributes to the building’s superior energy performance. A computerized Energy Management System allows for monitoring and control of energy use.
The use of water-efficient fixtures in the building and native and adapted plants in the landscaping reduces the demand for water and creates aesthetically-appealing grounds.
1600 Tysons Boulevard is one of the most accessible office buildings in the region, with direct access to public transportation, including the Tysons Corner Metro Station on the Silver Line and numerous bus lines.
1600 Tysons Boulevard is located in the Tysons II Corporate Office Centre. A pedestrian sky bridge connects buildings in Tysons II to an unsurpassed collection of amenities located within walking distance, including shopping, dining, services and hotel accommodations.
Alternative transportation is provided by access to ample bicycle storage and on-site shower and locker facilities, preferred parking spaces for fuel-efficient vehicles, and a conveniently-located charging station for electric vehicles.
Frequent and convenient transit lines run in and out of Tysons. Check schedules here.
Ride the Metro Silver Line to and from Tysons Corner Metro Station, located just two blocks from 1600 Tysons Boulevard. Complimentary shuttle service to the Metro Station makes commuting by rail even more convenient.
Take advantage of the HOV lanes by registering with Commuter Connections, an online service connecting commuters with rideshare partners to and from work. More information is available via the Commuter Connect website here.
Drivers enjoy the convenience of structured onsite parking and multiple Express Lane access points onto the Capital Beltway (I-495) and the Dulles Toll Road (Route 267).
Conveniently located between two major airports, Tysons is less than 16 miles from both Dulles International Airport and Reagan Washington National Airport via direct highway access. Learn more.