With 118 million square feet of space, Fairfax County is the second-largest suburban office market in the U.S. and the largest in the Washington, D.C., area. It is also the largest office market in Virginia.
Fairfax County offers the full range of commercial real estate options. All business districts are easily accessible by rail or bus lines.
The Dulles Corridor in northern Fairfax County runs from the Capital Beltway to Washington Dulles International Airport and includes our largest submarkets of Tysons, Reston, the Herndon area and Chantilly. It is home to thousands of technology companies, skilled workers and world-class infrastructure. Metrorail’s Silver Line connects corridor communities to the Washington, D.C., region.
Central Fairfax County business centers stretch along the Interstate 66 and Route 50 transit corridors from inside the Capital Beltway to the western end of the county. Submarkets such as Fairfax Center and Merrifield house major corporate headquarters as well as small and mid-sized technology start-ups. Metrorail’s Orange Line connects employees and residents to the Washington, D.C., region.
The Interstate 95 corridor, which comprises much of eastern and southern Fairfax County, features as outstanding transportation network that includes the main north-south highway on the U.S. east coast (I-95) and Richmond Highway (U.S. Route 1). Federal agencies and contractors have a large presence in markets such as Springfield/Franconia, Baileys Crossroads, Richmond Highway and Lorton. Metrorail’s Blue and Yellow lines, and the Virginia Railway Express, connect these communities to the Washington, D.C., region.
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. Download our latest Real Estate Report for detailed information about lease rates for Fairfax County submarkets, or contact us.