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Fairfax County is the second-largest suburban office market in the United States and the largest in the metropolitan Washington, D.C., area. It is also the largest office market in the Commonwealth of Virginia with 116 million square feet of space, ranging from single-story to high-rise buildings and everything in between.
Our largest business district, Tysons Corner, contains about 26.8 million square feet of office space, or one-quarter of the county's total inventory.
These markets provide a wide range of options, from the high-density, urban setting of the Reston Town Center, to traditional suburban office parks.
While the Tysons Corner/Dulles Toll Road markets account for more than 50 percent of all office space in the county, the remaining submarkets all afford their own location advantages and diversity of product.
- Beltway Proximate (west): Annandale, McLean/Great Falls, Merrifield and Seven Corners
- I-95/I-395 Corridor: Baileys Crossroads, Burke, Newington/Lorton and Springfield/Franconia
- I-66 Corridor/western Fairfax: Centreville, Chantilly, Fairfax Center/Oakton, and Vienna
- Beltway Proximate (south): Richmond Highway
The cost of leasing Class A office space in Fairfax County compares favorably to other areas in Washington, D.C., major suburban areas of the United States, and business markets worldwide.
- For in-depth information on the Fairfax County office market, view the FCEDA Real Estate Report.
- The National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) is a great resource for those involved in commercial real estate.