01 The Opportunity
In 2002, Capital One acquired a 26-acre site bounded by the Washington beltway (495) and Route 123 in Tysons and created a development plan for a 500,000-sf office building.
Thanks to Capital One's tremendous growth and the addition of a new metro extension to Tysons, the site gained in value over the years. Cushman & Wakefield was engaged to analyze future growth and development potential, and provide development management services in support of all phases involved in creating a walkable and sustainable urban center.
02 The Solution
Capital One wanted a new Headquarters development to be the centerpiece of their vision for a dynamic transit-oriented mixed-use town center. Located at the Silver Line transit station, the 1.1 million-sf office tower, which celebrated its grand opening in December 2018, has played a leading role in transforming Tysons into a vibrant community.
The 31-story Headquarters, which houses the evolving campus development, was designed to foster innovation, collaboration and environmental responsibility, while strengthing Capital One's position as a employer of choice.
03 The Results
"Cushman & Wakefield’s outstanding work on Capital One Center has helped us create a vibrant, walkable mixed-use urban destination. From initial planning through turnover, and the future phases ahead, they have been a trusted partner."
Vice President, Design and Construction, Capital One