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McLean, Virginia, October 3, 2003 – Lerner Enterprises, one of the Washington, D.C.'s premier real estate developers, has announced the following firms who have recently relocated or expanded their offices at The Corporate Office Centre at Tysons II:

The Tysons II development to date includes the 800,000 square foot Tysons Galleria anchored by Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus and Macy's, the 400-room Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner Hotel, the award-winning office towers known as 1600, 1650 and 1750 Tysons Boulevard. Major tenants include Shaw Pittman, Arnold & Porter, T. Rowe Price, Holland &Knight, McGuire Woods, Deloitte & Touche USA LLP, Pillsbury Winthrop and the Palm Restaurant. An additional 2.5 million square feet including six more office buildings and a high-rise luxury residential tower can still be developed on the site.

The next building, known as 1800 Tysons Boulevard, will be 13-story, 320,000 square foot world class office tower. It will feature efficient and flexible 24,400 square foot floor plates, a dramatic lobby which will include a restaurant, fitness center and café. The building will also have state-of-the-art telecommunication and environmental systems. In addition, the building will be connected by a climate controlled enclosed walkway across Tysons Boulevard to the Tysons Galleria, all three existing office towers and the Ritz-Carlton Hotel.

Lerner Enterprises, founded by Theodore N. Lerner, is one of Washington, D. C.'s largest real estate developers and is involved in all phases of commercial and residential real estate including planning, development, construction, leasing, asset and property management.

Among its extensive office portfolio are The Corporate Office Park at Dulles Town Center, Flint Hill Office Park, Parkview Executive Center, 7799 Leesburg Pike and 400 Army Navy Drive in Northern Virginia, White Flint North in Maryland, and Washington Square and 1133 Connecticut Avenue in Washington, D.C.

Additional information is available on: Tysons2.com

 

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