Convenience Store Closes at Tysons Corner Center

The Market at Tysons Corner has closed its doors at Tysons Corner Center.

In the summer, the market relocated into a smaller space on the second level near Nordstrom.

“Tysons Market was struggling with sales and never really got the attention in their new location,” a spokesperson for the mall told Tysons Reporter, adding that the store also struggled “with some financial difficulties.”

The market sold a variety of goods to customers, including soft drinks, snacks, toiletries and other items someone would expect to find in a convenience store, along with beer and bottles of wine.

The mall still has convenience store options for shoppers, including a 7-Eleven is on the first level near BrandBox.

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