Hogan Lovells to Relocate to New Office Tower in Northern Virginia
The 20-story office tower is part of the first phase of The Boro, a planned 15-acre, mixed-use development in Tysons, Va.
TYSONS, VA. — Hogan Lovells, an international law firm, will relocate its Northern Virginia office to Boro Tower, a new 20-story office tower under construction at The Boro, a planned 15-acre mixed-use development in Tysons. The first phase of The Boro will deliver 700 residential units, 260,000 square feet of retail space and Boro Tower. The Meridian Group and Rockefeller group are codeveloping the project, with the first phase slated for completion in 2019. Rob Faktorow and Terry Reiley of CBRE represented The Meridian Group in the lease transaction, and Rick Rome and Alexandra deVilliers of Savills Studley represented Hogan Lovells. The law firm will relocate from Park Place II in McLean, Va., and will occupy 44,500 square feet of office space at the new building beginning in June 2019. TEGNA, a digital media company, will lease approximately 46,000 square feet at Boro Tower as well.