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Apartments in Tysons Corner, VA

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Average Apartment Rental Prices Nearby

Studio $1,795
1 Bedroom $1,877
2 Bedroom $2,314
3 Bedroom $2,559

Average rent on Backpage and Craigslist Tysons Corner, Virginia: $2,000

User reviews for apartments in Tysons Corner, Virginia
Rating: 4.2 out of 5 stars, 11 reviews
unknown user
UVA
Awesome for Socializing... and good Metro location
The building is quite nice and relatively quite for the area since this particular building has very few renters and therefore not much of a young party crowd compared to many in Clarendon/Ballston. Right below the building, however has many of the best bars/restaurants in Clarendon within 2-5 blocks. Friends would come to our house to pre-game and post-game it was so close. Proximity to the Metro, whole foods, and shopping meant that my new wife and I were able to dump our second car - this helped us pay for the rent which was commensurate with the amenities (read: expensive). We had lived further out for cheaper, but the proximity was the worth the increase in price.
unknown user
USC
Good area!
Active, educated young populace.
unknown user
UVA
Great Neighborhood
Part of the Kenwood Forest II neighborhood, which may have the most green space in the area. Grounds are well-kept and many of the units are upgraded. The Capital Crescent Trail runs right behind the complex, plus there's a huge park just behind Hillandale road for exercise and pickup games. The neighbors are all very friendly and tend to get together for BBQs in the summer. Downtown Bethesda and the metro are just a short walk away.
unknown user
UVA
Great location for new grads
I lived in the Lincoln Court townhouses for 3 years. The management was great, the apartments were new construction and in fantastic shape. My only dig against the apartments and Arlington in general is that people often keep to themselves and there's no real sense of community. In addition, Clarendon is full of 'bros and generally feels like college 2.0. It was great while I lived there, but grew out of it after a few years.
unknown user
Stanford, Duke
Lived in the Clarendon apts
Loved the convenience and neighborhood. Old management used to have freshly baked chocolate chip cookies every day after work. Heard new management has increased rent and removed cookies, though...
unknown user
Bethesda, MD
Quiet suburban neighborhood. Walking distance to downtown Bethesda for trips to weekend farmers market. Great schools. Family friendly
review user
UNC
Great Place!
Liked: I love that I was within a 5 minute walk of two metro stops. It was close to a great running/walking trail that led into Georgetown. Superb restaurants, great nail salons, a 3 minute walk to a mall that hosts a skating rink and movie theatre, and close to part of the GW campus. Dislikes: Its not as youthful and vibrant as Claredon. There are more businesses and families.
review user
UVA
Shirlington - thumbs up!
I had a great experience at the Shirlington House during the last two years. Reasonable prices for spacious, newly renovated apartments, and only a 5 minute walk from the Village at Shirlington. The building itself is fairly old, a plus in my mind since they have thick, nearly soundproof walls that are uncommon in many new buildings - I never heard a peep from any of my neighbors. The only aspect I didn't like about the Shirlington area was the lack of a metro stop. There are buses available that are reliable during the week but hit-or miss on the weekends.
review user
UVA, Princeton
Market Commons
If you're going to get soaked in the Rosslyn-Ballston corridor (and you are), why not live somewhere awesome as well as expensive? The service and apartment quality at Market Commons are really superlative, and the location is terrific - everything is walkable, two grocery stores (Whole Foods and Trader Joe's) within five minutes, and a nice mix of leafy neighborhood in one direction with city blocks of shops and restaurants in the other.
unknown user
Close to Metro
Walking distance to the metro, nice area, long commute if you work outside of arlington-metro is not that fast.
unknown user
UVA
I lived here after college with some friends; perfectly decent apartments, very convenient to groceries and 66 and 495; pretty long commute and not really walkable to metro, but close
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