This community destination offers a peek into the future of the shopping center
Renowned McLean, Virginia shopping and dining destination Tysons Galleria has opened a newly redeveloped 200,000-plus square-foot wing that will serve as a blueprint for future retail shopping center designs at Brookfield Properties.
The fully leased 10 tenant wing, formerly a Macy’s department store, features a variety of high-end home furnishings brands — including RH, Crate & Barrel, and Arhaus — as well as experiential lifestyle brands Bowlero, a retro-inspired bowling/dining/nightlife experience and CMX Cinebistro, an elevated movie-going experience featuring luxury in-seat service, chef-crafted cuisine, and handcrafted cocktails.
In addition to retail space, the repurposed wing offers more than 19,000 square feet of dedicated community gathering space furnished with comfortable conversation areas that allow visitors to relax, work, and meet.
"When visitors enter this new wing, they’ll have a hard time believing that this was once a 30-year-old department store. We’re very pleased with the way that the project has come together. Between the redesign of the physical space itself and the new tenants that we’ve brought in, we feel that we’ve created something truly special for our customers and community.”
- Rich Dinning, Tysons Galleria
Senior General Manager
In keeping with Brookfield Properties’ commitment to bringing high-quality, sustainable real estate to life, the wing incorporates recycled materials from the former Macy’s space, along with an ivy-covered green wall and energy-efficient HVAC systems.
To date, a 18,000 square-foot RH gallery, a 42,000 square-foot Bowlero center, and a 15,000 square-foot Arhaus store have all opened in the new Tysons Galleria wing. Additional tenants are set to move in on a rolling basis throughout the year and into 2022.
“While this feels and looks like a completely new space, the forward-thinking design concept of this project emphasized salvaging as much of the original structure as possible. Of the material that was demolished, 88% — over 7,860 tons — was recycled. This is a quantity far larger than what we’d see on an average project of this magnitude.”
- Mark DeCapri, SVP of Planning and Design
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