Dulles Business Area

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Office building in DullesFormerly the Oak Hill/Herndon submarket, Dulles is situated to the immediate east of Washington Dulles International Airport. Route 28 and the Dulles Toll Road provide excellent access via major arterials such as Centreville Road (Route 657), McLearen Road and Sunrise Valley Drive.

The Dulles submarket is predominantly an office market, with more than 9.5 million square feet of space. Office development is characterized by mid- to high-rise buildings and declines in density as one moves south from the Dulles Toll Road.

In tandem with the Chantilly submarket, this area contains the greatest concentration of undeveloped land in Fairfax County. Numerous large-scale mixed-use projects are underway or planned. They include Arrowbrook Centre, Dulles Corner, Dulles Discovery, Dulles Station, the Pomeroy property and Woodland Park.

Office Building in DullesThe area also contains more than 1.6 million square feet of industrial/flex product, mostly at Renaissance Park, and approximately 700,000 square feet of retail uses. Given its proximity to Dulles Airport, nine hotels are located within the submarket.

The main entrance to the Smithsonian’s National Air & Space Museum Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center is located at the southern end of this submarket. Opened in 2003, the facility attracts millions of visitors annually.

Major employers include BAE Systems, Cisco Systems, Computer Associates, CSC, Deltek, Federal Express, GTSI Harris Corp., HP Enterprise Services, Laboratory Corporation of America, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, NRTC, Sprint, Triple Canopy, VeriSign and the U.S. headquarters of Volkswagen Group of America. 

 

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