Happy Friday! Here are the latest stories about the Tysons area that the Tysons Reporter team has been reading:
New Tenants in Tysons — Bisnow has a roundup of the new businesses that signed leases to come to Tysons. [Bisnow]
Metro Metrics Released — “People are returning to Metrorail but avoiding Metrobus, according to 2019 figures released Wednesday by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority suggest.” As for Metrorail, the fastest-growing stations were McLean, up 28%, and Greensboro, up 22%. [Washington Business Journal]
New Fitness Event in McLean — “The McLean Community Center is introducing a new event to help people work toward their goals. Be Fit McLean Health and Wellness Fair will happen from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 18.” [Patch]
AJ Madison Showroom Opens in Tysons — “Michael Gross, Isaac Gross and Rabbi Chezzy Deitsch, together with a minyan of Chabad Tysons congregants, got together to open up a new premium appliance showroom.” [Connection Newspapers]
Temps well below freezing Sat A.M. will allow for smaller amounts of snow & freezing rain to have higher impact. Travel may be disrupted. Untreated roads/sidewalks may be icy. Watch the first steps out of your home, when many falls occur. Updates: https://t.co/DtvXcTe0Qk
— NWS DC/Baltimore (@NWS_BaltWash) January 17, 2020
Sneak Peek: Tysons Reporter plans to cover the Fairfax County Board of Zoning Appeals’ public hearing for Newport Academy’s proposed treatment facility along Kurtz Road in McLean.
Weekend Send Off: Let Tysons Reporter know what your plans for the weekend are in the comments section.