LMC and Hoar Construction have reached a major construction milestone in the development of Lumen at Tysons, a mixed-use luxury apartment community. On July 17, the construction team placed the last structural beam and celebrated their “topping out” with a ceremony. Lumen at Tysons, with a rooftop elevation of 869 feet above sea level, now represents one of the highest points in the Washington Metropolitan area and one of the tallest buildings in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
“We’re very excited about this iconic project,” said Jeff Kruse, vice president of Hoar Construction’s Washington DC Division. “With such a prominent location in Tysons, the residents will have views that stretch from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Washington Monument and National Cathedral. Lumen at Tysons is a landmark project in Tysons.”
When completed, Lumen at Tysons will be a 32-story building featuring 398 apartment homes and more than 11,000 square feet of retail space. Located near the intersection of Routes 7 and 123 (Leesburg Pike and Chain Bridge Road) and adjacent to Greensboro Station, the building sits within an international shopping district accessible within moments of the Capital Beltway (Interstate 495).
A public plaza and extensive amenity package are included within the development scope, and apartment interiors will feature high-end appliances, fixtures and finishes.
“We’re excited to complete the concrete phase and begin implementing the finishing touches as we prepare to welcome our first residents,” said Stuart Cain, vice president of development for the Mid-Atlantic Region for LMC. “We’re thrilled to officially join the Tysons market, and we believe the intricate design of the high-rise and its vast array of amenities will make Lumen at Tysons one of the premier living options in the area.”
Lumen at Tysons is targeting first move-ins for Spring 2019.