Last summer, the Washington Business Journal reported that Facebook Inc. was “nearing a deal” for space in 1775 Tysons Blvd., an office building near Tysons Galleria. But any potential agreement now seems to be off the table.
“I can confirm that we are not looking at leasing 1775 Tysons Blvd,” said a representative from Facebook’s corporate communications team.
Facebook is in the middle of an expansion into the D.C. area, including 75,000 square feet in Terrell Place, an office near the Gallery Place.
Facebook representatives would not say if there was other space in Tysons the company was considering.
“We don’t disclose if or where we are looking for offices,” the representative said. “We only share information once a lease has been signed.”
The building is owned by Lerner Enterprises, which did not respond to interview requests.
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