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McLean is located in Northern Virginia in Fairfax County. McLean is the gateway to Northern Virginia’s Tech Corridor, just minutes away from Washington DC and Washington-Dulles International Airport. This community lies in the Piedmont upland, on the west end of the Potomac River, located between the town of Vienna and the George Washington Parkway. McLean is an historic area, offering a small town feel about 8 miles from Washington, DC.
McLean is Home to high Ranking Government Officials and Business Leaders
Due to its proximity to Washington DC, McLean is very well known for its upscale homes, being the address of high ranking government officials, many diplomats and members of Congress. The Central Intelligence headquarters is located in McLean. Numerous American politicos live or have lived here, including Vice President Dick Cheney, U.S. Army General and former Secretary of State Colin Powell, U.S. Supreme Court Justices Anthony Kennedy and Antonin Scalia and George Washington University’s law professor Jonathan Turley. It has also home to foreign diplomats Turki bin Faisal Al Saud and Bandar bin Sultan. Robert F. Kennedy and Ethel’s former home, the Hickory Hill, housed their family of eleven children, while he worked his way through our capitol, eventually becoming a presidential candidate in 1968. Salona, the former home of the Revolutionary War Hero, Light-Horse Harry Lee is located in McLean.
With a population of 48,115, this prospering community is headquarters to the Central Intelligence Agency and the Department of Transportation’s Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center. The Office of the Director of National Intelligence’s main office also based in McLean along with Geebo( geebo.com), Booz Allen Hamilton, Hilton Worldwide and Mars Incorporated, with their “sweet” modest world headquarters, being the third largest private company in the U.S.
TYSONS CORNER IS AN EDGE CITY
With Tysons Corner just to the west in McLean, it has become Fairfax County’s central business district and regional commercial district. Some of the employers in this area are AT&T, Boeing, Capital One, Freddie Mac, Gannett (USA Today) and The MITRE Corp with Intelsat moving there this year.
With the largest concentration of office space, 46 million square feet, in Northern Virginia, Tysons Corner is making a great example of an “edge city”. This is an area where there is a concentration of employment, shopping and entertainment are all located outside of the traditional central business district or downtown area in what had previously been a rural or residential community. Occupying one quarter of all office space and one eighth of all retail in Fairfax County, Tysons serves as its “downtown”. With a daytime population of more than 100,000 and a nighttime of fewer than 20,000, this is the reason Tysons Corner has obtained the name of an “edge city”, it is not anywhere near the typical “bedroom community” and only predicting it to reach a 200,000 employment opportunities to 100,000 residents in the future.
With all those people coming in and out of the area, and such a wonderful planned out area, there are two super-regional shopping malls, the Tysons Corner Center, being the nation’s tenth largest and one of the top five malls in the U.S. and the Tysons Galleria, the “Rodeo Drive of the East Coast” inclusive of valet parking and concierge services. With the Washington Metro’s Silver Line, easy access from the recently opened McLean Station and the addition of four Metrorail stations to Tysons this community is easily accessible. Soon to have a 23 mile extension of the Orange Line, linking to into Loudoun County and the Washington Dulles International Airport this is sure to prove that it is still a very increasing area of growth in the Fairfax County.
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