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Welcome to

McLean McLean, Great Falls & Tysons Corner

Greater McLean Chamber of Commerce and Visitor’s Center


The Facts...  Lilian

passed the Billion Dollar sales mark in her career by selling more than 1,500 homes for a dollar volume of more than $1 Billion.

 Wall

Street Journal, recognized Lilian as one of the “Top 100 Individual Real Estate Professionals in the Country”.

 Realty

Alliance Sales Awards, recognized her as one of the “Top 1% of Agents Nationwide”.

 Northern

Virginia Association of Realtors, recognized her as one of the “Top Twenty Residential Sales Agents” in Northern Virginia.

 She

has consistently been at or near the top of the Realtors at Long and Foster and within the region in total sales volume and total number of sales.

 She

is the #1 Agent in the Long and Foster McLean Sales Office.

“I know that buying or selling a home is one of the most difficult and emotional experiences most people have to face. I use all of the skills and tools I’ve assembled from my many sales to make the process as quick, efficient, and pleasant as it can be.” - Lilian

McLean Sales Office, Office 703-790-1990 Office Fax 703-356-8772


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The Greater McLean Chamber of Commerce & Visitor’s Center Greater McLean Chamber of Commerce 1437 Balls Hill Rd. McLean, VA 22101 (703) 356-5424 Fax: (703) 356-9244 info@mcleanchamber.org www.mcleanchamber.org The Greater Mclean Chamber Directory is produced by Calamity Media, 7921 Jones Branch Drive, McLean, VA 22102 Photos used in this directory are courtesy of the many chamber members, contributing authors and organizations which contribute to our sister publication VivaTysons. They include but are not limited to The Dulles Metro Rail Project, Member Businesses of The Greater McLean Chamber of Commerce, writer and historian Carole L. Herrick, and Fairfax County. Copyright©2011 by Calamity Media. All rights reserved. Information in in this publication is as correct as possible at press time but is subject to change without notice. Reproduction of any photographs, illustrations or written material without prior written consent is prohibited. Forward from the Publisher. As we send this directory and community guide to press, our area is undergoing sweeping changes in its landscape and economic growth. This transition is creating a new look and feel that will forever leave the small and once very intimate McLean and Tysons Area behind. Dubbed the country’s most ambitious road and rail work project in history, the “Hot Lanes” and “The Silver Line” will almost certainly bring economic changes and opportunities. In this issue, we have published photos to document for posterity, the many challenges and work involved with building our new city in picture and illustrations. We hope they will illustrate the commitment which was made for a stronger tomorrow and the transformation of a town rich with history to a beacon of growth for the 21st century.


Table of Contents

HISTORY & COMMUNITY

BUSINESS DIRECTORY

CELEBRATE MCLEAN

Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Business Membership . . . . . . . . . . 56

Moving Tysons Forward . . . . . . . . 19

Message from the President . . . . . 6

Business by Categories . . . . . . . . . 66

Special McLean Places . . . . . . . . 38

Message from John Foust . . . . . . . 8

AMENITIES

Guide to Private Dining . . . . . . . . . 39 Special Markets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

House of Delegates . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 History of McLean . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Vets & Pets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Shopping & Retail . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

Parks & Recreations . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Healthcare & Wellness . . . . . . . . . 33

Places of Worship . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

Emergency/Special Services . . . . 19

Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

Schools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Transportation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36


Corporate Sponsors & Directors

Director Circle Chairman Circle Executive Circle

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W elcome to

Greater McLean

T

he community of McLean is located between the George Washington Parkway and the town of Vienna. Known for its many upscale homes, shops, and high end services.

Micro Strategy; SAIC, Sunrise Senior Living, and USA Today. McLean is also the US Headquarters of the CIA. Please read the History of McLean by Carole Herrick for more information.

Many of our members of Congress, diplomats, and high ranking federal government officials, as well as entrepreneurs and business leaders call Mclean home, partially attributable to its close proximity of Washington, DC.

Notable residents of McLean include Pat Buchanan, political analyst, Zbigniew Brzezinski, National Security Advisor to Jimmy Carter, Senator Byron Dorgan, Chuck Hagel, former United States Senator from Nebraska, Terry McAuliffe, former chairman of the Democratic National Committee, General Colin Powell, former Secretary of State, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, and Clarence Thomas, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.

Several major companies are or have been located in Mclean including Booze Allen Hamilton; Capital One; Cardinal Bank; Freddie Mac; Gannett; Hilton Hotels Corporation, Mars;

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Message from

Merritt Green

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s Chairman, I am pleased to welcome you to the Greater McLean Chamber of Commerce, representing over 400 small businesses, non profits and major corporations. The Board of Directors and new President are working hard to lead our organization during these complex economic times. My vision for this Chamber is for us to continue collaborating with like minded businesses both in vision and mission as well as growing our membership. The good news is membership is growing. Local businesses understand the value of belonging to their local Chamber. The McLean Chamber aggressively promotes business education, development, leadership excellence, integrity, job creation and community service. Thanks to much hard work, businesses that did not belong to the chamber in the past are joining now because they see value in our new initiatives. For example a new downtown initiative: “Shop McLean First” spearheaded by Jennifer North of Salon Michel, reminds McLean residents to patronize local merchants and businesses. Everyone benefits from working together! We are seeing rapid growth in McLean with the development at Tyson’s Corner, undergrounding the utilities in the McLean Central Business District, Metro’s construction, VDOT Hot Lanes, among other things -- will permanently and profoundly affect McLean. The Chamber has a voice in these changes and is committed to keeping its membership informed. I firmly believe there has never been a more important time to be a member of the Greater McLean Chamber as now—it is critical for this community to work together for the betterment of all! Join the Greater McLean Chamber

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and become a strong advocate and voice for our business community. The Membership rates are affordable and provide so many benefits. We ask all of you who live and work in this community to support the businesses in this great community of yours! Ask your customers, neighbors, associates and the organizations that you patronize to support the chamber at this crucial time so we can serve you effectively, continue to grow, and meet the business community’s evolving needs. Sincerely,

Merritt Green President


Message from

John Foust

I

would like to extend a warm welcome to residents and businesses of the Dranesville District, and in particular those who call McLean home. I am honored to serve as the Dranesville District Supervisor on the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, and it has been my pleasure to work with many of you over the past several years.

with people who care deeply about their community; who contribute thousands of volunteer hours each year to civic and community organizations, who work every day to improve the quality of our lives. There has been a continuing sense of community pride in what has been achieved by citizens and businesses working together.

The Dranesville District includes McLean, Great Falls, Herndon and parts of Falls Church and Vienna, with a population over 110,000, covering 65-square miles of Fairfax County.

The Greater McLean Chamber of Commerce, the McLean Citizens Association, the McLean Planning Committee, the McLean Revitalization Corporation, the McLean Project for the Arts, and the McLean Community Center have played a major role in changing the face of McLean over the past several years. Because of their efforts, McLean has seen renovated Store fronts, beautification efforts, streetscape improvements, and new residential and commercial construction in the past few years. I have no doubt that these groups will continue to play a pivotal role in how McLean changes in the futures.

Each of our neighborhoods has its own distinctive characteristics, making it a dynamic place to live. Our County is home to one of the finest school systems in the nation as well as an excellent library system. In Dranesville, we are blessed with nearly 500 acres of public open space and 64 parks, including Great Falls National Park, Claude Moore Colonial Farm, Scotts Run Nature Preserve, Turner Farm, Clemyjontri Park and Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts. An extensive network of trails, including the historic W&OD Trail (built on the roadbed of the original Washington & Old Dominion Railroad) carries pedestrians, bicyclists and horseback riders through beautiful Northern Virginia countryside. The Spring Hill Recreation Center offers indoor and outdoor recreational amenities to people of all ages. In June 2010, McLean celebrated its 100th anniversary. From a small trolley stop on Chain Bridge Road, McLean has grown into a vibrant community of over 60,000 residents and numerous businesses, large and small. There is a wide variety of cultural, civic, educational and recreational activities to choose from in McLean as well as special events, such as McLean Day in May , concerts on the green in McLean Central Park during the summer, McLean ArtFest in the fall, and the annual Reindog Parade and Winterfest activities in December. It is certainly fitting to celebrate the entrepreneurial spirit and determination of the people who put McLean on the map. It is also fitting that we look forward to the next 100 years and beyond. Will the celebrants of the 200th anniversary celebrate our determination and our community spirit and sense of pride? Despite the challenges that we face, I have every confidence that they will. McLean is blessed

And change is definitely coming. After over 20 years since the McLean community identified undergrounding of utilities as a priority, and after a multi-year effort to obtain easements from many property owners, the project to underground utilities along the intersection of Old Dominion and Chain Bridge Road is expected to begin soon. The McLean Community Center has begun its efforts to design and construct a new facility to include a black box theatre in downtown McLean. The Chamber’s Green Initiative will provide learning opportunities on how residents and businesses can incorporate resource friendly technologies into their every day lives. The McLean Pedestrian and Bicycle Task Force in association with the McLean Revitalization Corporation is working to implement many recommendations to make our community more pedestrian and bicyclist friendly. It won’t always be smooth sailing as we undertake new endeavors. With many stake holders, there will always be a dynamic exchange of ideas, but that makes our efforts exciting and fulfilling. It is important that everyone have a voice in how McLean develops over the next decades, and I encourage you to become involved and make your voice known.

John W. Foust Supervisor, Dranesville District

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Brief History of

By Carole L. Herrick

McLean

a more rural environment. But the area surrounding the stop at the junction of the tracks and Chain Bridge Road, a major artery in Fairfax County, witnessed the most change. Everyone wanted to locate near that station.

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village that became known as McLean can trace its beginning to 1902 when John R. McLean and Senator Stephen Elkins obtained a charter to operate a trolley line, the Great Falls and Old Dominion Railroad. This was simply a business venture to promote the scenic beauty of the Great Falls. The fourteen mile electrified railroad ran between Rosslyn and the falls, linking with Washington D.C. via the old Aqueduct Bridge. Its rails were laid through forests, farmland and fruit orchards, bypassing the existing villages of Lewinsville and Langley. The trolley line began operating in 1906. There was a stop, originally called Ingleside, where the tracks crossed Chain Bridge Road, and a hub of activity quickly began to form at that location. By 1910 the Ingleside name had changed to McLean, honoring one of the trolley’s founders, who was also the publisher of the Washington Post newspaper, and so the next stop down the line to the west became known as Ingleside. Storm’s General Store opened next to the tracks at Elm Street and Chain Bridge Road, with a railroad siding adjacent. By 1911 the Lewinsville and Langley Post Offices had closed and were combined with a new one named McLean that operated out of Storm’s General Store and Post Office. Even though the rail line was built as an afternoon scenic excursion to the country, the area all along the route underwent change. The trolley’s impact was tremendous. Northern Virginians could more easily travel into the District. Farmers now had a faster way to get their crops and dairy products to market. Many businessmen discovered the art of commuting and began moving from the city for

In 1910 St. John’s Episcopal Church, built in 1877 near Langley Fork, was mounted on casters and moved to a site on Chain Bridge Road not far from the rail stop. The Franklin Sherman School, the county’s first consolidated public school, opened in 1914 with 29 students facing what was later named Corner Lane. The following year, the first McLean Carnival was held at the “Civic League Lot” adjacent to the school, with the proceeds going to benefit the school. Initial meetings began in 1916 concerning what would ultimately become the McLean Volunteer Fire Department. Centering around the trolley stop, the area grew. There was no plan. An amorphous village began to develop in a hodge-podge fashion. Eventually the orchards and dairy farms were replaced with residential and commercial development. McLean never became a separate town or city. It lost any opportunity to incorporate when in 1968 Fairfax County adopted an urban county form of government, and so McLean remains today a community. There can be no present without a past. While the above paragraphs discuss the early formation of McLean itself, there is little to indicate a richness of heritage that is equal to any in the commonwealth. For instance, everyone has a general knowledge that in 1607 Captain John Smith landed at Jamestown, the first permanent English settlement in America. Most are not aware that Smith, with a crew of fourteen, surveyed the Chesapeake Bay region during the following summer and sailed up the Potomac River. The group reached the head of navigation at the Little Falls, just above today’s Chain Bridge, before turning back for the Bay. Smith, with the help of Captain Nathanael Powell, mapped the entire coastline, incorporating their findings into a map of Virginia, first published in 1612. The stage was now set for the displacement of the Native Americans. Forty one years after Smith’s voyage, King Charles II while in exile in France, gave 5,000,000 acres to seven loyal English Noblemen. This was the Northern Neck Proprietary, later known as the Fairfax Proprietary. To the dismay of the various Indian tribes, >>>>con't page 12

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early settlement in the Proprietary began to steadily increase. But few pioneers were adventuresome enough to brave settling the wilderness along the upper Potomac in the vicinity of the Little Falls until after the 1722 when Governor Alexander Spotswood negotiated the Treaty of Albany with the Iroquois League of Six Nations. This treaty mandated that the Iroquois remain west of the Blue Ridge Mountains and on the Maryland side of the Potomac River.

“King Charles II while in exile in France, gave 5,000,000 acres to seven loyal English Noblemen. This was the Northern Neck Proprietary, later known as the Fairfax Proprietary.” This is not to say that the Europeans were not acquiring property. One such individual was Thomas Lee, whose descendents helped shape much of the commonwealth’s history. Lee, after serving as resident agent for the Northern Neck Proprietary, was able to make use of his knowledge and acquire a great deal of land. Amongst his many acquisitions was the grant of 2862 acres near the Little Falls in 1719, which he named Langley after ancestral Lee holdings in Shropshire, England. This grant also contained another 232 acres, separated from the larger parcel, but included in one grant. Lee’s property was above the palisades along the Potomac and the land was poor, but agriculture was not of concern to Lee. He had a vision of competing with the merchants along the Potomac for the tobacco trade and gaining control of commerce from the back country by establishing a landing and tobacco warehouse at the mouth of Pimmit Run, just below the Little Falls. This business venture proved unsuccessful; however, his oldest son, Philip Ludwell Lee, continued

to believe that the Falls Warehouse site offered financial reward and in 1772 went so far as to lay aside 100 acres for a town to be called “Philee.” However Georgetown and Alexandria further down river were the beneficiaries of the commercial rewards and the town was never realized. In 1785 the Potowmack Canal Company was chartered with George Washington serving as its first president. The object was to construct a series of locks and canals so that shipping could navigate around the Great Falls. In backing the canal, Revolutionary War hero Henry (“Light Horse Harry”) Lee, simply shifted the warehouse business concept from the Pimmit Run site further up river. “Light Horse Harry” was married to Matilda Lee, the oldest daughter of Philip Ludwell Lee. In 1790 the Virginia General Assembly passed legislation that incorporated forty acres for a town by the canal at the Great Falls called Matildaville, named after his wife who had died earlier. Washington often visited and inspected the canal site. On his way he would stop at Towlston Grange, the home of his close friend Bryan Fairfax, Eighth Lord Fairfax. The canal did not meet expectations. Operations ceased in 1828 and Matildaville slowly faded away. A great deal of type has been devoted to the Lee family, but the 1719 grant along the palisades makes up a large portion of today’s McLean. The CIA, the Potomac School, Langley High School, the Historic Langley Fork District, Hickory Hill, Salona and Merrywood, the girlhood home of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, are located on portions of the original Thomas Lee grant. The western side of McLean developed on 3402 acres granted to George Turberville from Thomas, Sixth Lord Fairfax, in 1724. This tract was called Woodberry Hill. The Langley Shopping Center, the Giant Shopping Center, the Balls Hill Police Station, the Lewinsville Presbyterian Church and Benvenue were built on former Turberville property.

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The area that evolved into McLean was little more than wilderness when, on August 24, 1814, the British invaded and burned Washington D.C., and the nation’s leaders were forced to flee into the surrounding countryside. President James Madison, First Lady Dolley Madison, Secretary of State James Monroe, Attorney General Richard Rush, and Navy Secretary William Jones were amongst many who found safety in the wilderness of Northern Virginia. Dolley spent that firey night at Rokeby, the home of her friend, Matilda Lee Love. After stopping briefly at Minor’s Hill, it is thought that Madison spent the night at Salona, which was no longer in possession of the Lee family, but under the ownership of the Reverend William and Anne Maffitt. Eventually, two small villages began to develop. The first was at Langley Fork, where the Falls Rolling Road (Chain Bridge Road) and the Sugarlands Rolling Road (Georgetown Turnpike) joined. Benjamin Mackall purchased 700 acres from Elizabeth Lee in 1839 and retained the name Langley. An existing house was remodeled and the family moved into it. A hamlet developed around the house. The second village formed in the vicinity of what today is known as Chain Bridge Road and Great Falls Street where in 1846 the Lewinsville Presbyterian Church was built next to an existing cemetery in an already incorporated village named Lewinsville. Shortly after the Southern victory at First Bull Run July 21, 1861 the task of better fortifying Washington began. Lewinsville and Langley were incorporated into a system of defenses around the nation’s capital, and the area within its perimeter was occupied by Federal troops. The building of Fort Marcy, part of a 37 mile circle of 68 forts and batteries, was undertaken to protect Chain Bridge. Confederate troops camped near Bull Run at Centerville, Virginia, about thirty miles from Washington.

Northern and Southern troops continually roamed the area between the camps on scouting or foraging missions. Sometimes they would encounter each other, often resulting in a skirmish. One such incident took place at Lewinsville on September, 11, 1861. Colonel Isaac Stevens, 79th New York Infantry, left Camp Advance near Fort Marcy, taking First Lieutenant Orlando Poe of the Topographical Engineers and a force of nearly 2000, to examine the vicinity around Lewinsville as a possible site for permanent occupation. They were there for several hours while Rebels observed at a distance. When the survey was finished a bugle sounded recall. While the Federals lined up in columns to form a return to camp, Confederate forces, led by Colonel J.E.B. Stuart, Commanding Officer, First Virginia Cavalry, opened a destructive fire with guns and cannons. Although they experienced heavy shelling, the Union soldiers were able to silence the enemy guns, but not before lives were lost on both sides, mainly the Union. Even though there were further skirmishes in and about Lewinsville, this was the main event and became known as the “Battle of Lewinsville.”

“Northern and Southern troops continually roamed the area between the camps on scouting or foraging missions. Sometimes they would encounter each other, often resulting in a skirmish.” The northern army remained in the area throughout the fall and winter of 1861-1862. Camp Griffin occupied the Salona property and adjacent farms beginning in October of 1861, with the Salona mansion serving as headquarters for General William “Baldy” Smith and other Union commanders. Federal troops did >>>>con't page 14

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take possession of Lewinsville, and the church was converted into a stable. Property around Benvenue was converted into a hospital tent city, while the stone house itself served as a hospital and headquarters for General W. S. Hancock’s Fifth Wisconsin. The Langley Ordinary was used as a hospital and headquarters for Major General George A. McCall, commander of the Pennsylvania Reserves. As occupying armies often do, the troops decimated the countryside. Hardwoods were felled, fences torn down and houses dismantled for firewood. All livestock, crops and grain were confiscated. Looting became a problem. Civilian arrests were not uncommon. With the arrival of spring the troops moved out of the various camps, leaving behind a countryside that took a long time to rebuild.

“After the War ceased, Fairfax County concentrated on dairy farming. By 1870, it was the largest milk producer in Virginia.” The Federal army may have broken camp for other theaters of action, but skirmishes still occurred in the area as the War continued. For instance, after the Battle of Second Bull Run, Lewinsville saw further action on September 3, 1862 as the Army of Northern Virginia, led by General Robert E. Lee, was moving towards Leesburg to cross the Potomac River for an invasion of Maryland. General Beverly Robertson’s cavalry brigade, with the task of protecting Lee’s rear, encountered Union pickets near the village. Firing broke out that lasted until sunset, when the Rebels simply retired. After the War ceased, Fairfax County concentrated on dairy farming. By 1870, it was the largest milk producer in Virginia. Notable dairy farms such as Maplewood, Storm’s and the Kenilworth once dotted the landscape. But of far greater significance were the opportunities African Americans took to purchase land. A farming community developed in the area of Kirby Road named Lincolnsville (now Chesterbrook). One such entrepreneur was Christopher Columbus Hall who established a dairy farm and opened a store in the 14 | McLean chambers of commerce Directory

District where he sold his milk products. Cyrus Carter donated land on Kirby Road in 1866 for the construction of a one room church --- the First Baptist Church of Linconsville (now Chesterbrook). He also founded the Shiloh Baptist Church in 1873 with seven members. Services were originally held in Odrick’s Public School. On September 25, 1887, the cornerstone was laid by Carter for the church which was built on Spring Hill Road, and the service of dedication was held October 11, 1891. In 1872 Alfred Odrick built his residence near the junction of Lewinsville and Spring Hill Roads. A Freedmen’s community developed in that area. Odrick’s Public School, a one room building, was constructed adjacent to his property. It served a dual function of both school and church for residents of Odrick’s Corner. The congregation that formed the Pleasant Grove Church under the leadership of Samuel Sharper also began worshipping at Odrick’s Corner School. Ultimately they were able to purchase land to the west further down Lewinsville Road. The first service was held in the Pleasant Grove Church in 1896. With the arrival of the trolley, the demise of both Lewinsville and Langley began. The tracks did not connect with either existing village. Instead they ran between them. It was natural that the vicinity around the stop at Chain Bridge Road would develop into some form of a community, but as stated before, it was hodge podge and not planned. McLean continued to be rural until after World War II, when many who came to support the War effort decided to remain in the greater Washington metropolitan area. Combined with the CIA locating at Langley, an increase in population began and the lifestyle began to change. Today the windmills, farms and orchards are gone. They have been replaced with subdivisions and homes on a grand scale. Yet, the rural flavor of the area has remained, and one has to wonder about the future of McLean, overshadowed today with the urbanization, continual expansion and proposed rail at Tysons Corner. Could it go the way of Lewinsville or Langley? Hopefully this will not be the case and the community will not lose its identity, or get “gobbled up” in the enthusiasm of progress.


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Parks & Recreation

National Park Great Falls National Park

(703) 285-2965 9200 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA www.nps.gov/grfa/index.htm

Public Park Clemynjontri Park

(703) 388-2807 6317 Georgetown Pike McLean, VA www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/ clemyjontri

Colvin Run Mill

(703) 759-2771 10017 Colvin Run Road Great Falls, VA www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/crm

Lewinsville Park

1659 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA www.rundc.com/Doc/VA/Fairfax/ Lewinsville.htm

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1501 Kirby Road McLean, VA www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/ resources/nrp_MBLP.htm

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Riverbend Park

(703) 759-9018 8700 Potomac Hills Street Great Falls, VA www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/ riverbend

Spring Hill Recreation Center (703) 827-0989 1239 Spring Hill Road McLean, VA www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/ rec/shillrec.htm

The Turner Farm

925 Springvale Road Great Falls, VA www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/turnerfarm/

Claude Moore Colonial Farm Park (703) 442-7557 6310 Georgetown Pike McLean, VA www.nps.gov/clmo/index.htm

Hiking Trails Scotts Run Nature Preserve 7400 Georgetown Pike McLean, VA www.trails.com/tcatalog_trail. aspx?trailid=HGD131-049

Turkey Run

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McLean Central Park

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Emergency/Special Services

Police

911/TTY 911 www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police

Police/Fire/Ambulance

(703) 691-2131/TTY (703) 204-2264 www.fairfaxcounty.gov

Poison Control

(202) 625-3333/TTY (202) 362-8563 www.fairfaxcounty.gov

Flooding

(703) 691-2131/TTY (703) 204-2264 www.fairfaxcounty.gov

Sewer Line Breaks

(703) 323-1211/TTY (703) 239-8498 www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dpwes

Gas Leak

(703) 750-1400/TTY 711 www.washgas.com

Power

1-866-DOM-HELP/TTY 711 www.dom.com

24-Hour Emergency Mental Health Services

(703) 573-5679/TTY (703) 207-7737 www.fairfaxcounty.gov/csb/mhs

Adult Protective Services

(703) 324-7450/TTY 711 www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dfs/olderadultservices

Child Protective Services

(703) 324-7400/TTY 711 www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dfs/chilDriveenyouth/cps.htm

Suicide Prevention

(703) 527-4077/TTY 711 www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org

American Red Cross of the National Capital Area

703) 584-8700/TTY 711 www.redcrossdc.org

Humane Society

(703) 385-7387 www.humanesociety.org

Fairfax County Government Services

http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov

Fairfax Water

(703) 698-5613/TTY 711 www.fcwa.org

City of Falls Church Water

(703) 248-5044/TTY 711 www.fallschurchva.gov/

Flooded Roads, Blocked Roads or Malfunctioning Traffic Signals

(703) 383-VDOT (8368)/TTY (703) 803-7914 www.virginiadot.org

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(Courtesy of VivaTysons Magazine January 2011) Dusk at the new town center. This sleek sight is what the Georgalas Group envisions for their project at Spring Hill and Leesburg Pike at the Tysons West Metro station. Rendering courtesy of The Georgalas Group.

Moving Tysons forward… the transformation begins. “By 2050, Tysons will be transformed into a walkable, green, urban center and home to up to 100,000 residents and 200,000 jobs. Transforming Tysons into a 24-hour urban center where people live, work, and play, is about creating a place where people are engaged with their surroundings and where people want to be.” –from the new Tysons Corner web site: fairfaxcounty.gov/tysons 2011 | 19


Tysons Corner is preparing for one of the largest, most comprehensive, and extensive redevelopment projects in the country.

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ysons Corner is preparing for one of the largest, most comprehensive, and extensive redevelopment projects in the country. Multiple large landowners, all needing to coordinate varying visions of grand mixed use redevelopments, plan to bring a more vibrant, efficient, cohesive, enjoyable and, most of all, livable environment to the existing patchwork of single use, car intensive, unwelcoming, and disconnected pieces that today, few can call home. The studies and planning processes have been long, and the community awareness and input has been unprecedented. The vision, though still evolving, is destined to dramatically change our area toward the goal of a desirable and livable urban center. All this will occur as part of a significant expansion, redevelopment, and improvement to an already nationally recognized center of commercial and retail activity. What was once mere talk, rumor, and hearsay, is now a distinct and viable plan. The new extension of Metro, scheduled to be finished in two years, will be the driving force behind the initial development proposals. Applications have already been submitted from several major land owners on both sides of the Beltway. On the following pages, we spotlight some of these aesthetically striking proposals. These rezoning applications are all Transit Oriented Developments (TOD), those that are situated within a half mile of the Metro stations, and according to the amended Comprehensive Plan, where 75% of the overall new development will occur.

••• The amendment to the Comprehensive Plan to transform Tysons Corner into Fairfax County’s “downtown” was approved last June after years of planning, studies, and community input. This plan has broken down the Tysons area into eight districts, four of which are TOD Districts where the Metro stations are located. The plan details the vision for each district. Though densities will be greatest closer to the stations, the entire pattern of land use will focus on

“There will hopefully come a time when a car will not be necessary, at least not essential.” walking distances to the Metro. Based on studies on how far employees versus residents are willing to walk to work and to the Metro, high density office uses will be the closest to the stations, then high density residential uses, with densities lessening further from the stations. All development in all the districts no matter the density will include mixed uses, distinct yet connected neighborhoods, incorporate a pedestrian friendly street grid, and incorporate facilities, parks, and gathering places for civic and public uses. Connected, walkable, urban neighborhoods, with convenient amenities and services for residents, are the goal throughout Tysons. What about the increased traffic and parking for this development? Those who ask that question may be missing the point. The goal is to greatly reduce the need for people to travel via

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car within Tysons. The current necessity of hopping in your car to get anywhere or accomplish any errand in Tysons will be greatly diminished, hopefully sooner rather than later. According to the plan, in most cases, the needs of pedestrians, bicyclists, and a new efficient and effective circulatory transit system will be given preference over the needs of the individual in an automobile. There will hopefully come a time when a car will not be necessary, at least not essential. A new local bus system, or circulator, will serve areas beyond an easy walking distance of the Metro stations, and they will take people to and from the stations, as well as within Tysons. This circulator system will allow frequent, quick and inexpensive pedestrian movement as well as easy connections to Metro. The circulator will initially operate onstreet within traffic and later on-street on its own right-of-way. In conjunction with the circulator, a neighborhood feeder bus system will help connect existing outer communities to the new urban downtown. The plan also calls for a network of bicycle routes across Tysons, and it establishes minimum standards for bicycle parking at residential, office and commercial buildings. The Fairfax County Department of Transportation is currently creating a Tysons Corner Bicycle Master Plan that will be incorporated into all rezoning applications. That plan should be completed and presented to the Board of Supervisors in February. There are several ongoing studies and programs dealing with transportation. Fairfax County is studying ways for interim parking solutions for the Metro while the new developments get to the point where it will not be necessary or


desirable. The comprehensive plan allows for up to three new access points on the Dulles Toll Road, though there are no plans for any of them yet. It will depend on future development proposals. There is also a conceptual design for a Beltway crossing to connect Jones Branch with to Route 123 via Scotts Crossing to relieve the bottlenecks the major thoroughfares now encountered. A study for the new Tysons Circulator, the critical transit system to get people between Metro stations and the rest of the area, will be completed this fall. There is an ongoing effort to monitor traffic impacts in surrounding neighborhoods as construction continues. There will also be a traffic monitoring system in place in mid-2011 that will monitor traffic counts and congestion as there may be unforeseen circumstances from the land use plan that will need to be ad-

dressed. Most of all, there is a study to be completed in late 2011 to optimize the necessary new grid of streets shown on the new Comprehensive Plan. This grid of streets may be one of the most substantial changes to come to the area. The current mega-block design does not allow easy movement. Transformation of these large blocks into a system of smaller connected streets will provide alternative routes for traffic flow, especially for shorter trips that do not need to use the major thoroughfares. The new grid will also provide a safe, accessible pedestrian and bicycle environment. Per the comprehensive plan, “streets should become ‘complete streets,’ designed to create a sense of place and promote walking.” The grid will also allow better walking access to the transit stations. Walking in these developments is a key to success.

Safe, pleasant, and most of all convenient walking options are an essential to creating a more livable environment in Tysons. The engine that will drive this development is the significant increase in residents in Tysons Corner. Currently at about 20,000, the population is expected to grow to 100,000 by 2050. By 2030, the population should exceed 45,000. With the expanded office and retail base, the employment level is expected to reach 200,000 by 2050. To transform Tysons from a place that empties by 6 pm, to a vibrant 24/7 community with amenities, services, and entertainment to keep people here, will take a strong residential base. The expectation is to have four jobs per residential household in Tysons. Currently, that ratio is 13 which is too high to attract the mix of uses needed. Retailers, restaurateurs, theaters, and oth>>>>continued page 22

Public Infrastructure: Who Pays?

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he transformation of Tysons will involve huge expenditures toward transportation infrastructure. The grid of streets, crucial to the planning of successful developments, will cost millions. Add additional access points to major thoroughfares, possible beltway crossings, extensions of secondary roads, traffic lights, sidewalks, etc.. and one could wonder why we should bother. In December of 2010, Fairfax County held a public hearing proposing that the government would pay for about 60% of the now required expenditures of about $1.6 billion, while the private sector would pay 40%. The private sector will pay all the costs of the grid of streets within their developments. The basis for this is that the expenditures are an investment in Tysons Corner, a place that currently is the largest commercial tax base in the county, that will ultimately be crippled from the unsuccessful planning decisions made in the 1960's and 70's. Proper investment in necessary road improvements to make a livable urban environment out of the disconnected and single use developments that exist today will be beneficial to everyone. Not just as a larger tax base for the county, but as a better quality of life for those residents and

employers that will be attracted to the new vision of mixed uses and accessible amenities. Our entire area benefits from proper tax expenditures to improve the current situation and transform Tysons. There are those who feel differently. The McLean Citizens Association has made it perfectly clear that they would rather see a split of costs similar to that in the Route 28 corridor. There, the split was 75% to the landowners and 25% to the public. These are completely different scenarios. A sprawling relatively undeveloped suburban landscape with much less density versus a highly, yet poorly, developed congestion crisis in an area that, if left alone, would choke on its own growth. The Association's resolution on this issue claims that the "primary beneficiaries of the massive new development will be the private sector landowners and developers." To split costs of this magnitude as proposed is a win-win. Developers take on the cost of the grid of streets, while contributing to the costs outside their developments to provide accessibility, connectiveness, and efficiency. Private landowners and developers had little incentive to make the changes

of the magnitude required to make Tysons Corner a better place, as currently developed parcels are, for the most part, profitable. In order for them to buy into the vision and take the risk, there needs to be a commitment from the public as well. In the long run, the entire region will benefit. As for the claim that the primary beneficiaries are landowners and developers, we need to look at a bigger picture. Look at the employee that can now live in a welcoming place with no commute, the employer with amenities to attract those employees, the new merchants that will have customers near them and around the clock, the local residents that have a pedestrian friendly urban setting to enjoy rather than disjointed single use buildings that close at five, the artists and musicians that will gain new venues, the service providers that will maintain the new developments... and all this while creating a much larger tax base to, hold your hat, support the entire county. There will be more hearings and discussion. The more we ask from developers, the less they will be able to give us without more incentive to do so. Stay tuned.

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er small businesses cannot survive without a larger local customer base who doesn’t flee the area after work. The ability to have a variety of housing options to let people live, work and play in the same place is significant to the success of the entire plan. The vision provides a variety of housing options for a broad demographic of residents. Building expensive high-rise condos to sell to wealthy residents is relatively easy, but it doesn’t meet the need of the average person employed in Tysons. Varying on the type of the development, the plan requires at least 20% of built space to be residential. The plan also requires 20% of residential units built to be classed as “workforce housing, “ where the units are priced for, and reserved on a sliding scale, for those that fall within 60% to 120% of the median income levels in the county. Providing diverse and affordable housing plays an important role in achieving the vision. It helps companies attract employees who can live in an environment where the costs of commuting are low, and it brings a diverse population to make a more vibrant community.

A vital part of the vision is to ensure that the transformation of Tysons addresses environmental concerns and sustainability. As new developments come to fruition in a more efficient land use pattern, definitive steps will be taken to ensure the creation of a sustainable community. Low impact development construction techniques, green

A vital part of the vision is to ensure that the transformation of Tysons addresses environmental concerns and sustainability. building designs and materials, storm water management, and the incorporation of a network of green spaces including parks, trails, open spaces and public gathering places are all issues that must be addressed in applications per the Comprehensive Plan. In order to achieve these green goals, new and innovative techniques along with

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outside-the-box ideas need to be implemented. Use of roofs for both green space and recreational uses, new methods of storm water retention and reuse, and implementing the latest technologies for energy conservation and generation are just some of the ideas that will be incorporated. Greenhouse gas neutrality is another goal. A target of an 80% reduction of greenhouse gases is expected by 2050. The most obvious reduction will be from the reduction of vehicle miles travelled due to the focus on pedestrian friendly streets, a dedicated circulator, new bike options, and the addition of mixed uses to meet the needs of residents and employees without needing a car. Compact development naturally uses less energy than the sprawl we currently have. New and yet developed technologies to manage energy, advanced heating and cooling designs, innovations in waste water and storm water management are all ways to incorporate efficiencies in providing a smaller carbon footprint. Storm water management may be one of the most important issues to be addressed.

NV Commercial and Clyde’s Real Estate Group

City Line Partners

Submitted just before Thanksgiving of 2010, this development was the last of the first five we are describing in this issue. The property includes the Clyde's Restaurant (don't worry about them closing, this will take a while!) and the small, aging low rise industrial and retail buildings that are adjacent to the Metro 7 Central station. The building with the Big Screen Store has yet to come to an agreement with the developer at the printing of this issue, but because of the extensive requirements of the transit oriented development, small land owners are better off joining with larger ones. The plan incorporates a vibrant urban plaza integrated to the entrance of the Metro. The property will use its sloping contour up from the Metro for a variety of outdoor public uses. About 1.3 million square feet of new space is proposed in five multi-story buildings on almost four acres. About 500,000 feet of office, over 600 residential units, a 200 room hotel and 33,500 square feet of retail (probably including a new Clyde's) will be the mix of use. Again, it will take time for this all to come to fruition.

This group is now the owner of the West Group's portfolio (less a recent sale of a large chunk at Westpark Drive). The parcel they have applied for is to replace a 50,000 square foot building at the corner of Colshire and Route 123 with a 340,000 square foot 225 foot high building. They are asking for the height limit increase and a transfer of approved but un-built square footage from another parcel. City Line is also expected to make their rezoning application for their properties for a transit oriented development sometime in January. We could not get information prior to our printing.

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MITRE Group The MITRe Group is looking to add one building and a parking structure to its campus on Colshire Drive near Route 123. The existing three buildings comprising of over 800,000 square feet will remain. They want to abandon an approval for a fourth building of 180,000 square feet and 90 feet in height. In place of that approval, they want to build a 550,000 square foot building with a 135 foot height.


The Georgelas Group

Capital One SAIC

Mitre Group

NV Commercial and Clyde's

Though not as “fashionable” as many other green subjects, managing the increased storm water runoff due to the vast new impervious surfaces usually created in new developments is crucial in preserving the vast network of streams and watersheds in the area. Preservation and restoration plans for the watersheds of the area are occurring independently of new developments. The goal of new developments will be to retain and/or reuse the first inch of precipitation as similar to vegetated areas, so that the majority of rainfall in the area can be better managed. This will not only help reduce erosion, but it will also help control the silt and pollution problems that result from increased runoff. New and innovative ideas will need to be incorporated with more traditional methods such as rain gardens, vegetated swales, porous pavement, vegetated roofs, and tree box filters in order to reach these goals. Other environmental components of the plan includes minimum required green spaces and tree canopy areas. A comprehensive system of parks and open spaces will connect all the districts within Tysons through greenways. Inte-

Cityline Partners

grating large and small urban parks with existing environmentally sensitive areas and other existing elements will create safe pedestrian and bicycle-friendly pathways throughout all neighborhoods in Tysons. The variety of sizes and locations of the urban parks will satisfy a broad range of recreational and leisure needs. These parks would be exclusive of the areas such as sidewalk cafes, and promenades that will also be part of the mixed use environment. All this development will create a greater need for new public facilities. As developments are approved and started, new schools, fire stations, police stations, libraries, recreation and public meeting centers along with other public needs will be added. Additional amenities such as galleries and theatres are part of the plan as well. Many of these needs will be required as part of submittals, many such as schools and public safety will be phased in as development and population increases warrant them. Also included in the public facilities category are the added utility resources such as gas, electricity, water and sewer and telecommunication needs. The comprehensive plan has made specific calculations

for the additional requirements and they will be addressed as future development is phased in. The transformation of Tysons is finally gaining steam. The Metro is “on track,” new rezoning applications have been submitted, and the community is bracing for the new vision of a “downtown” as described in the new comprehensive plan. Though the changes will be dramatic, the process will be time consuming as all the components of the plan, many mentioned here, will need to be addressed not only on each development’s merits, but on how each unique project will coordinate their individual plans into a seamlessly integrated greater community. A vast leap from the Civil War era crossroads called Peach Grove (whose Post Office was run by namesake William Tyson), to a new community where a great number of residents work, live and play, all within an environmentally sustainable network of neighborhoods built on the success of new mixed use developments that will be the new, transformed Tysons Corner.

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An aerial view of the proposed Capital One Development vision. Route 123 is to the left (with pedestrian walkway to Metro Station toward bottom)

Capital One The existing Capital One structures (two buildings and garage) will remain part of their new dynamic 26+ acre development project. The mixed use project will incorporate office, retail, residential, civic, and hotel uses within a total of fourteen buildings set in an urban mixed use campus incorporating parks, a pedestrian

friendly street grid, and public facilities. The nearly five million square feet of proposed space breaks down as follows: 2.7 million feet of office, 55,000 feet of civic use, 90,000 feet of retail, 1.2 million square feet of residential and a 350,000 square foot hotel. This project will abut the Tysons East 123 station on the land bordered by the Beltway, Route 123, and

View Down Old Meadow Road toward Civic Plaza

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Scott's Crossing Road. Seen on the right side, but not yet approved or funded, is a potential crossing of the Beltway by Scotts Run that would tie into the soon to be built HOT Lanes access point from the other side of the Beltway. Renderings Courtesy of Capital One, Bonstra/ Haresign Architects

View from the Metro/Scott's Run Park toward Civic Plaza


The proposed layout of the grid of streets, green space and buildings that will incorporate the three neighborhoods. Neighborhood one is to the left, neighborhood two is to the right, and neighborhood three at the top.

The Georgelas Group The Georgelas Group controls over 28 acres at the Tysons West station along Spring Hill Road and Leesburg Pike. Their vision is a town center for Tysons. Think Reston Town Center, but larger. Currently no other developer will be able to do as much as they can because of the size of the property and its proximity to the Metro Station. They have worked with WMATA to better integrate the Metro entrance into the project. This six million square foot plan is broken up into three neighborhoods, each with a connecting grid of streets and each with its own character. Eighteen buildings (including two existing and a relocated fire station) are proposed incorporating a variety of uses. The three neighborhoods are described as follows. The first neighborhood along Route 7 between Spring Hill and Tyco Roads encompasses 14 acres. The entire neighborhood lies within the critical 1/4 mile distance from the Metro station that allows the most dense development. The current suburban industrial uses are to be transformed into a

vibrant transit oriented urban center. The goal is to provide a sense of place for Tysons West. As viewed from above the Metro at the top of the next page, a view of the iconic buildings that frame the entrance into the town center via a hundred plus foot wide pedestrian plaza, covering nearly two and half acres, that will run all the way to Tyco Road. The plaza will be the focus of this neighborhood with specialty landscaping and lighting, public art, water features, outdoor cafes, and potentially outdoor entertainment. A winter garden effect will result from the rooftop pavilion that will cover the Metro entrance with architectural details similar to the wings of Dulles Airport. The tallest building (A1) shown in the rendering on Route 7 will tower over 300 feet, over 50% taller than the Sheraton down the street. The four buildings along Leesburg Pike are planned to be office oriented, the four buildings behind them are planned to be residential with one potentially being a hotel. All of them with first floor retail. The two buildings furthest form the Metro entrance will be a mix of uses. 2011 | 25


A view of The Georgelas Group's development as seen from above the Tysons West Metro Station at Spring Hill Road.

The existing fire station will be relocated to a larger facility in neighborhood three (G5). This neighborhood will include over 800 residential units, nearly 130,000 square feet of retail, a 250,000 square foot hotel, and over 1.7 million feet of office space. The second neighborhood is at the intersection of Greensboro Drive and Spring Hill Road. The nearly nine acre neighborhood includes two existing buildings (E1-E2) and is partially within the 1/4 mile distance to the Metro station. An extension of Condominium Drive from Neighborhood One will continue the planned pattern of street. The three new buildings will incorporate close to 20,000 square feet of street-front retail space to provide for a pleasant pedestrian walking experience. The most eastern building (E4) wil be residential, the building on Spring Hill (E3) will be an office with a plaza incorporated with the two existing buildings. The southern most building (F1) has been planned for two options, either more office or more residential uses ranging from 167 to 517 units. The third neighborhood is designed around the proposed extension of Greensboro Drive to Tyco Road. Five new buildings will replace the low rise industrial buildings currently on the property. Two high rise residential buildings will be constructed on the eastern part of the neighborhood with a total of 1,200 units. There will be a 200,000 square foot hotel (G3) as well. First floor retail, an expansive plaza and park will make for a lively Greensboro Drive streetscape. The proposed development addresses a large scope of concerns. Per the new comprehensive plan, this development will meet or exceed the workforce housing requirements so 26 | McLean chambers of commerce Directory

that people working in the area can afford to live here as well. As for green construction, all office buildings will meet LEED Silver certification at a minimum and all residential uses will meet LEED for Homes certifications. Storm water will be controlled to pre-development flow rates via roof top gardens, tree box filters and holding facilities in the new structures. Reuse of storm water for irrigation and other gray uses like air conditioner cooling will be implemented. With the extensive grid of streets proposed, coordinated with other property owners in the area, the area will become more accessible and connected than the current situation. The incorporation of pedestrian friendly plazas along the street grid with green spaces for parks, recreation and entertainment uses will be a welcome change from the suburban blandness we currently experience. The Georgelas Group project will hopefully be Tysons "Arts and Theatre District, " though those details have not yet been ironed out. There are plans for an outdoor amphitheater and pavilion, along with sculpture gardens and other recreational amenities. Please note that these rendering and site plans are all renderings of what is anticipated. As the process moves forward, there will ultimately be changes and alterations as needed. A development of this size will not come all at once. Years, perhaps decades of building the complete project in phases will hopefully bring the Tysons vision to reality. What we will need is patience to see it through. It should be very exciting. Renderings courtesy of The Georgelas Group and WDG Architecture.


SAIC

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) is committed to investing in the future of Tysons Corner. They submitted their rezoning request and comprehensive development plan in October 2010 for their existing 18+ acre headquarters campus along with the existing Best Western Hotel property. In partnership with developer Dittmar, the SAIC campus along with the Best Western Hotel encompasses over 23 acres. The three existing SAIC office buildings closest to Route 7 are planned to remain, the Enterprise Building, SAIC's fourth, will be converted into a hotel with additional amenities that may include conference facilities. A total of fourteen buildings including the four mentioned will be built on the property bounded by Greensboro Drive, Westpark Drive, and Route 7. The application has been named "Solutions Plaza." The development "seeks to take an existing suburban campus environment and reposition, redevelop and regenerate the area as a vibrant mixed use urban center." Compelling architecture and a distinct skyline will define this site as it is one of the highest in Tysons. The plan will include utilization of green building best practices, including LEED certification for all new buildings. A new grid of streets is planned creating walkable pedestrian friendly and accessible network of pedestrian routes to all the buildings and direct access to the new Metro Station. Open space and public amenities will be incorpo-

rated into the design as nodes of defined parks with a one acre urban park central to the development. All uses will be within a ten minute walk to the Metro station. The grid of streets will result in smaller walkable blocks that will be more efficiently developed than the existing uses as an integrated mixed use project including hotel, office, retail and residential uses. Residential development is key for projects like this. Workforce housing close to the SAIC campus is both an amenity to employees to reduce commuting costs as well as a benefit to companies such as SAIC to attract quality employees that want to live and work in a functional and comfortable neighborhood. SAIC is vitally interested in redevelopment efforts to transform Tysons Corner into a walkable, transit-oriented urban center, and they look forward to working with the local community to make the site a great place for their employees to live and work. The project will could ultimately include 1,900 residential units, a 380,000 square foot hotel, up to 38,000 square feet of retail, and 2.6 million square feet of office (including the existing buildings). As with all projects of this size, the time line for development will be over many years and completed in phases as to best accomplish the goals of the comprehensive plan. The submission made in October 2010 may take a year to review and approve. As with all renderings at this stage of planning, it is conceptual, a basic vision of what the developer hopes to achieve.

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Schools

PRESCHOOLS Country Day Schools (703) 356-42820 6418 Georgetown Pike, McLean, VA Preschool: 2-5yrs www.countryday.org

Dolley Madison Preschool

(703) 356-1351 888 Dolley Madison Blvd. McLean, VA Preschool: 2.5-5yrs www.dolleymadisonpreschool. org

Peter Piper Preschool of McLean (703) 356-5811 1351 Scotts Run Road, McLean, VA

FAZ Creative Education Center

(703) 848-8822 1776 Old Meadow Road McLean, VA Preschool: Infants-7 www.fazeducation.com

Fun & Friends Child Development Center

(703) 356-4691 1609 Great Falls Street McLean, VA Preschool: 6wks-6yrs www.funandfriends.com

McLean ChilDriveen’s Center (703) 534-4907 7230 Idylwood Road McLean, VA Preschool: 2-5yrs www.fcmlcc.org

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(703) 734-2353 6900 Elm Street McLean, VA Preschool:2yrs 9mo-5yrs www.chilDriveensacademy. com

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(703) 893-6372 1609 Great Falls Street McLean, VA Preschool: 2.5 yrs-12 yrs www.westgatechildcenter.org

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Schools

Ridgemont Montessori School (703) 356-1970 6519 Georgetown Pike McLean, VA www.ridgemontmontessori.com

Green Hedges School

(703) 938-8323 415 Windover Avenue, NW Vienna, VA www.greenhedges.org

Oakcrest School (Girls 6-12) (703) 790-5450 850 Balls Hill Road McLean, VA www.oakcrest.org

Flint Hill School (JK-12) (703) 242-0705 3320 Jermantown Road Oakton, VA www.flinthill.org

The Potomac School (K-12) (703) 356-4100 1301 Potomac School Road McLean, VA www.potomacschool.org

The Brooksfield School (PreK-4) (703) 356-KIDS 1830 Kirby Road McLean, VA www.brooksfieldschool.org

Siena Academy (PreK-7yrs) (703) 759-4129

1020 Springvale Road Great Falls, VA www.saintcatherineschurch.org/school.php

The Langley School (PreK-8) (703) 848-2782 1411 Balls Hill Road McLean, VA www.langleyschool.org

pUBLIC elementary sCHOOLS Public Middle Schools Chesterbrook Elementary

Cooper Middle School

Churchill Road Elementary

Longfellow Middle School

(703) 714-8200 1753 Kirby Road McLean, VA www.chesterbrook.org

(703) 288-8400 7100 Churchill Road McLean, VA www.fcps.edu/maps/chrd.htm

Forestville Elementary

(703) 404-6000 1085 Utterback Store Road Great Falls, VA www.fcps.edu/ForestvilleES

Franklin Sherman Elementary

(703) 506-7900 6630 Brawner Street McLean, VA www.fcps.edu/FranklinShermanES

Great Falls Elementary

(703) 757-2100 701 Walker Road Great Falls, VA www.fcps.edu/GreatFallsES

Kent Gardens Elementary

(703) 394-5600 1717 Melbourne Drive McLean, VA www.fcps.edu/KentGardensES

Spring Hill Elementary

(703) 506-3400 8201 Lewinsville Road McLean, VA www.fcps.edu/SpringHillES

Westbriar Elementary

(703) 937-1700 1741 Pine Valley Drive Vienna, VA www.fcps.edu/WestbriarES

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(703) 442-5800 977 Balls Hill Road McLean, VA www.fcps.edu/CooperMS

(703) 533-2600 2000 Westmoreland Street McLean, VA www.fcps.edu/LongfellowMS

Public High schools Marshall High

(703) 714-5400 7731 Leesburg Pike Falls Church, VA www.fcps.edu/MarshallHS

Langley High

(703) 287-2700 6520 Georgetown Pike McLean, VA www.fcps.edu/LangleyHS

McLean High School

(703) 714-5700 1633 Davidson Road McLean, VA www.fcps.edu/McLeanHS

Madison High School (703) 319-2300

2500 James Madison Drive Vienna, VA www.fcps.edu/MadisonHS


Vets & Pets

VETERINARIANs Adams Mill Veterinary Hospital (703) 757-7570 10205 Colvin Run Road #10 Great Falls, VA www.ourvets.com

Georgetown Pike Veterinary Clinic (703) 759-4410 9891 Georgetown Pike Great Falls, VA www.gpvc.com

Great Falls Animal Hospital

(703) 759-2330 10125 Colvin Run Road Great Falls, VA www.greatfallsanimalhospital.com

Home Veterinary Care-NOVA (703) 451-9504 1634 Dempsey Street McLean, VA www.home-vet-care.com

McLean Animal Hospital

(703) 356-5000 1330 Old Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA www.mcleananimalhospital.vetsuite.com

Seneca Hill Animal Hospital (703) 450-6760 11415 Georgetown Pike Great Falls, VA www.senecahillvet.com

BOaRding sERVICES Old Dominion Animal Health Center (703) 356-5582 6719 Lowell Avenue McLean, VA www.odahcenter.com

Alternative Pet Care

9912-D Georgetown Pike www.alternativepetcare.com

The Hope Center

(703) 281-5121 140 Park Street SE Vienna, VA www.hopecenter.com

Tysons Corner Animal Hospital

(703) 893-7030 8496-E Tyco Road Vienna, VA www.tysonscorneranimalhospital.com

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Healthcare & Wellness

Hospitals Emergency USA

(703) 883-0900 1608 Spring Hill Road #100 Vienna, VA www.emergency-usa.com

INOVA Fairfax Hospital (703) 698-1110 3300 Gallows Road Falls Church, VA www.inova.org

McLean Immediate Care - Urgent Care (703) 893-2273 1340 Old Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA www.immediatecare.net

Old Dominion Urgent Care Center (703) 893-2505 6262 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA www.odurgentcare.com

CVS/pharmacy

Rite Aid Pharmacy

CVS/pharmacy

Rite Aid Pharmacy

Giant Food Pharmacy

Safeway Pharmacy

Harris Teeter Pharmacy

Safeway Pharmacy

McLean Medical Center Pharmacy

Safeway Pharmacy

(703) 883-0156 Tysons Corner Center McLean, VA www.cvs.com (703) 759-2428 9871 Georgetown Pike Great Falls, VA www.cvs.com (703) 893-8593 1454 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA www.giantfood.com

(703) 448-0679 8200 Crestwood Heights Drive McLean, VA www.harristeeter.com

PHARMACies

(703) 356-0356 1515 Chain Bridge Road #103 McLean, VA

CVS pharmacy

Medicine Chest

(703) 356-5900 1452 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA www.cvs.com

(703) 827-0990 6823 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA www.themedchest.com

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(703) 356-5822 1312 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA www.riteaid.com/pharmacy (703) 538-6600 6224 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA www.riteaid.com/pharmacy (703) 356-6118 1330 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA www.safeway.com (703) 343-1000 1688 Anderson Drive McLean, VA www.safeway.com

(703) 759-3802 9881 Georgetown Pike Great Falls, VA www.safeway.com


Fitness

FITNESS CLUBs Breakaway Fitness

(703) 226-1425 8405 Greensboro Drive #P110 McLean, VA www.breakawaysportcf.com

Curves

(703) 766-0444 6629 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA www.curves.com

Curves

(703) 442-0800 2070 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 180 Vienna, VA www.curves.com

Elite Fitness Concepts LLC

(703) 759-7820 10123 Colvin Run Road #D Great Falls, VA www.elitefitnessconcepts.com

Elm Street Fitness & Personal Training (703) 442-0748 6867 Elm Street, Suite 200 McLean, VA www.elmStreetfit.com

Equinox at Tysons Corner

McLean Racquet & Health Club

Fitness First

Sport & Health Club: Regency

Fitness Together of Tysons

Sport & Health Club: Tysons

(703) 790-6193 8065 Leesburg Pike Vienna, VA www.equinox.com

(703) 847-2300 8150 Leesburg Pike Tysons Corner, VA www.fitnessfirstclubs.com (703) 289-9909 2235 Cedar Lane Vienna, VA www.fitnesStreetogether.com/tysons

(703) 356-3300 1472 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA www.mcleanracquetandhealthclub.com (703) 556-6550 1800 Old Meadow Road McLean, VA www.sportandhealth.com (703) 442-9150 8250 Greensboro Drive McLean, VA www.sportandhealth.com

Gold’s Gym

StreetS Health and Fitness

Jazzercise Center of McLean

Youth Performance & Fitness Center

(703) 893-9736 8371 Leesburg Pike Vienna, VA www.goldsgym.com (703) 506-0646 1524 Spring Hill Road #Kk-2 McLean, VA www.mclean-tysonscornerjazz.com

(703) 442-0748 6848 Elm Street McLean, VA www.Streetsfit.com

(703) 759-9110 1137 Walker Road Great Falls, VA www.maxyouthperformance.com

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Fitness

pERSONAL tRAINING Cross Fit Breakaway

(703) 388-2848 8405 Greensboro Drive #P110 McLean, VA www.breakawaysportcf.com

One to One Fitness

7900 Westpark Drive McLean /Tysons Corner VA www.1to1fitness.com

PILATES Studios Pilates Powerhouse Studio (703) 734-7774 1483 Chain Bridge Road #100 McLean, VA

PENGU STUDIO: Intelligent Movement

Dahn Yoga

(571) 723-6200 6809 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA www.penguStudio.com

(703) 442-3246 6631 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA www.dahnyoga.com

Pilates Room

Dream Yoga Studio & Wellness Center

(703) 749-1661 1489 Chain Bridge Road #100 McLean, VA www.pilatesmclean.com

YOGA Studios BelovedYoga

(703) 860-9642 1137 Walker Road Great Falls, VA

www.belovedyoga.com

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(703) 448-9642 1485 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 104 McLean, VA www.DreamyogaStudio.com/main.html

Hot Yoga Bikram Tysons (703) 854-1611 1420 Spring Hill Road #130 McLean, VA www.bikramtysons.com


Transportation

VDOT - Super Powerful Traffic and Travel Info - There is more than one way to get from point A to point B. In Northern Virginia, that is a huge understatement. With so many bridges, highways, cars, trains, buses, and shuttles to choose from, getting around here can get pretty overwhelming. Until now. Welcome to 511 Northern Virginia, your one-stop resource for how to get moving in Northern Virginia. In this site, you will discover everything you need to know from A to Z about getting from A to B.

Virginia Railway Express

Airports

(703) 684-1001

Baltimore-Washington International Airport

vataxicab.com 1915-B Chain Bridge Road #42, McLean, VA (571) 451-5699

taxis

Baltimore, Maryland Information 800-I-FLY-BWI

Blue Top Cab Co

Washington Dulles International Airport - International Airport, Dulles, Virginia 703.572.2700

Tysons Corner Airport Taxi and McLean Virginia Cab Service

www.bluetop.com 1115 West Broad Street Falls Church, VA (703) 243-8294

American Transportation Services americatransportation.com 6930 Girard Street McLean, VA (703) 848-9655

Yellow Taxi of McLean and Airport Cab Transportation

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport

mcleanairporttaxi.com 1915-B Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA (703) 865-8766

Crystal City, Virginia Information: 703.417.8000

Metro & Bus

Executive Transportation

Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority (Metro Rail and Metro Bus) Washington Metro System Information: 202.637.7000

www.myexecutivetransportation.com 8380 Greensboro Drive McLean, VA (703) 734-2700

from quick bites to office parties Safeway has it all! Fresh Deli Sandwiches • Hot Entrées • Salad Bar • Party Trays •

Sushi • Fine Wines • Starbucks • Pharmacy • Dry Cleaners •

WiFi • Fuel Station • Floral Arrangements • And much more! •

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Special McLean Places

Library Dolley Madison Library

(703) 356-0770/TTY (703) 324-8365 6649-A Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA www.fairfaxcounty.gov/library/branches/dm

Great Falls Library

(703) 757-8560/TTY (703) 324-8365 9830 Georgetown Pike Great Falls, VA www.fairfaxcounty.gov/library/branches/gf

Tysons/Pimmit

(703) 790-8088/TTY (703) 324-8365 7584 Leesburg Pike Falls Church, VA www.fairfaxcounty.gov/library/branches/ty/

Theatre Alden Theatre

(703) 790-0123/ TTY 711 1234 Ingleside Ave. McLean, VA www.mcleancenter.org/alden

1Street Streetage

(703) 854-1856 1524 Spring Hill Road McLean, VA 1StreetStreetagespringhill.org

Wolf Trap

AMC Theatres - Tysons Corner 16 (888) 262-4386 7850 Tysons Corner Center McLean, VA www.amctheatres.com

Art/Galleries McLean Project for the Arts (703) 790-0123/TTY 711 1234 Ingleside Ave. McLean, VA www.mpaart.org

Great Falls Foundation for the Arts 1144 Walker Road, Suites D & G Great Falls, VA www.greatfallsfoundationforarts.org

Wolf Trap Institute for Early

Learning Through the Arts (703) 255-1900 1645 Trap Road Vienna, VA www.wolftrap.org/education.aspx

community Old Firehouse Teen Center (OFTC)

(703) 448-8336/TTY 711 1440 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA www.mcleancenter.org/kids-teens/oldfirehouse.asp

(703) 255-1900 1645 Trap Road Vienna, VA www.wolf-trap.org

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Dominican Retreat

(703) 356-4243 7103 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA

Historical Places Salona

1235 Dolley Madison Blvd McLean, VA

The Claude Moore Colonial Farm (703) 442-7557 6310 Georgetown Pike McLean, VA www.1771.org

The Grange

(703) 324-8732 9818 Georgetown Pike Great Falls,VA www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/picnics/ gfallsnics-grange.htm

Colvin Run Mill

10017 Colvin Run Road Great Falls, VA www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/crm/


Our Area Guide to

Private Dining

Where to have your next family gathering, social affair, company event, holiday party and more. Chef Geoff offers one of many private dining options in our area.

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our boss wants you to make arrangements for the company holiday party. Your in-laws, and the extended family, decide to have their special anniversary in Tysons. Plans for a rehearsal dinner fell through the cracks. Where can I have a bar mitzvah party for my son? You need a place to take all the old high school friends for a small reunion. Where can I find an upscale venue to pitch and impress the company board. Sometimes a little privacy makes for a more memorable large family meal. These are just a few reasons why you’ll want to know what the local options are for private dining. From the casual, to the formal, to the historic, to the modern we have attempted to give a pretty broad overview of what is available in the Tysons area. We found some of the smallest for a group of eight to a place that will take over a thousand, and everything in between. The only places we didn’t include were the hotels. Not that we don’t like them, we just felt that they were obvious; that’s their business. What we wanted to list were places you may not have thought about, or forgot about. Something that may strike you as more unique or more interesting, whether it would be due to the cuisine, the atmosphere, or the facility itself.

Falls Church 2941 Restaurant 2941 Fairview Park Dr 703.270.1500 2941.com 2941 Restaurant is a special venue with several stunning rooms in which to host a business gathering or family occasion. Their private rooms can accommodate anything from an intimate gathering of 8 to large private parties of up to 100. The entire restaurant and outdoor patio areas are also available for parties up to 200. Water scenery and spectacular decor will make any event special.

ized menu and excellent service for special affairs and gatherings. From just cocktails and appetizers to semi-private seated dining, this casual yet upscale restaurant will happily meet your needs for up to 40 guests. Mad Fox Brewing Company 444 West Broad St | 703.942.6840 madfoxbrewing.com

Weddings, holiday parties, rehearsal dinners, family or class reunions, business functions and presentations, group meetings, bar/bat mitzvahs, or just a lot of people wanting to have a meal together. There is something here for everyone. We have included event venues where you may need to bring in your own caterer, large theatres and pavilions, small bistros you can take over, ballrooms, catering halls, tasting rooms, and of course numerous restaurants of every cuisine and size imaginable. We admit that most every restaurant can handle some sort of private dining, but we listed here the ones that claim to offer it and have special rooms or means to accommodate a private gathering. There may be someone we missed, and we apologize in advance. This list is by no means exhaustive (though we were surprised at the numbers). Though the information we share is from reputable sources, please don’t bet your event on it. You’ll want to verify it for yourself. Peruse through the offerings, we are sure it will be a help at some point. Maybe you’ll just need to make up a reason to get a group together and try a place out.

The Pub can accommodate 6-30+ guests for cocktail events, and as many as 150 guests in conjunction with the Saloon Room. Open Kitchen 7115 Leesburg Pike | 703.942.8148 openkitchen-dcmetro.com This unique venue is a bistro/ cooking school/timeshare kitchen offering many options for private dining. From an intimate customized dinner for 12 or take the entire restaurant for up to 80. E-mail Hue Chan-Karels at hcl@openkitchendcmetro.com to get the planning started. Fantastic programs for corporate team building, cooking classes for groups and more.

Mad Fox Brew Company can meet your private dining needs for 12 to 300+ guests in an English-style Gastropub setting. Mad Fox has three separate dining spaces available; the Saloon Room, Dining Room and the Pub. The Saloon can accommodate up to 35 guests for seated Idylwood Grill and Wine Bar 2190 Pimmitt Dr | 703.992.0915 dining or 50-60 guests for cocktail events. The dining room can ac- Sea Pearl Restaurant & Lounge idylwoodgrill.com commodate 30-102 seated guests 8191 Strawberry Ln | 703.372.5161 A perfect neighborhood restaurant, and 150+ guests for cocktail events. seapearlrestaurant.com Idylwood Grill offers a custom-

For parties of 10 to 200, Sea Pearl is the perfect place to host your event. Choose from a number of semi-private areas for dining, or reserve the bar or lounge for cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. They can customize a menu or bar option to meet your needs. The State Theatre 220 N. Washington St 703.237.0300 thestatetheatre.com From 50 to 500, from a class reunion, to a wedding, to the corporate product launch party, The State Theatre is the venue for you. All the accommodations are available including the highest tech A/V and communications equipment you’ll ever need. Put a band on the stage, let them customize your menu, and put your event to bed! >>>>continued page 38

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The newest Italian addition to McLean has three options. The Loggia, a semiprivate room can accommodate 10 to 30 people. The Wine Room, a private room, can accommodate 20 to 40 people. The main dining room can accommodate 60 to 70 people comfortably. All menus are customized to meet your needs.

Clyde's of Tysons private room setup for an elegant event.

Great Falls Brix American Bistro 1025-I Seneca Rd | 703.433.9050 brixgreatfalls.com Host your event at Brix and let them take care of making it a memorable occasion for you, your family and friends. The large dining room and outdoor patio offer a casual and comfortable place to host your next event. Dante Ristorante 1148 Walker Rd | 703.759.3131 danterestaurant.com This Italian staple of Great Falls is the perfect setting for you next special social gathering or business need. From Rehearsal dinners, to corporate team-building, this fine restaurant can handle up to 60 in a single room or up to 110 guests in multiple rooms.

room is available for groups of 25-45 guests, after 5pm. On Monday nights, L’Auberge Chez François can host private parties from 60 to 100 guests. Riverbend Country Club 375 Walker Rd | 703.759.1672 rbgcc.org The club offers private dining and banquet facilities supporting events up to 250 people. Non-members will need to be sponsored by an attending member. River Bend Country Club is home to Four Seasons-trained Executive Chef Tom Hayes. The Serbian Crown 1141 Walker Rd | 703.759.4150 serbiancrown.com

Private parties and special affairs are always welcome at the Serbian Crown Restaurant. They offer several different arrangements for group Forestville Schoolhouse 9812 Georgetown Pk | 703.827.0269 functions to satisfy both your tastes fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/hprs/ and your budget. Accommodations can be made for up to 150 seated schoolhouse guests. The Serbian Crown RestauForestville Schoolhouse offers large rant also offers private dining rooms, sunlit rooms with hardwood floors. It an elegant piano bar, and live music to may be rented individually or with the entertain while you enjoy your dining adjacent Great Falls Grange. Capac- experience. ity for the indoor banquet room is 49. Forestville Schoolhouse is wheelchair Great Falls Grange accessible. 9818 Georgetown Pike | 703.827.0609 fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/hprs/greatL’Auberge Chez François falls.htm 332 Springvale Rd | 703.759.3800 This classic public assembly hall, laubergechezfrancois.com now listed on the National Register This is one of the finest restaurants of Historic Places, offers two stories, in the area and a prominent chap- a barrel vaulted ceiling with fans, ter in the history of DC fine dining. large windows which allow for lots L’Auberge Chez François is available of natural light, a full stage and caterfor weddings and special events ing kitchen. This unique venue can Tuesdays through Saturdays, 11 a.m. handle 200 for a reception, 120 for an to 4 p.m. Parties can range in size from indoor banquet or up to 200 for a ban40-80 guests and weather permitting quet using both floors. This facility is the garden terrace can be used for not wheelchair accessible. the ceremony and cocktails, prior to moving indoors for a sit-down lun- McLean cheon. The restaurant also provides service for corporate and private Assaggi Osteria dinners Tuesday, Wednesday and 6641 Old Dominion Dr | 703.918.0080 Thursday evenings. A private dining assaggiosteria.com 40 | McLean chambers of commerce Directory

A private tasting room for up to 10 people is available for very intimate groups. They can also accommodate larger semi-private parties. Fleming’s Steak House 1960-A Chain Bridge Rd 703.442.8384 flemingssteakhouse.com

From small social gatherings to a Café Oggi large business function, Fleming’s 6671 Old Dominion Dr | 703.442.7360 can customize your affair for up to cafeoggi.com 90 guests. For businesses that need Cafe Oggi has been the Italian res- it, Tandberg video conferencing is taurant in McLean for nearly two de- available to connect you and others cades. They offer private dining for up around the world. to 50. The exquisite cuisine and attentive service will make any special oc- Iris Lounge 1524 L-M Spring Hill Rd casion, well, special. 703.760.9000 Da Domenico irisloungeva.com 1992 Chain Bridge Rd | 703.790.9000 Iris Lounge caters to a variety of busida-domenico.com ness and social gatherings. For true This Tysons landmark is ready to pre- private dining, they have a unique, pare an authentic Tuscan menu for glass-enclosed dining room located your guests. From 10 to 60, they will on the upper level that hosts events work to accommodate every specific for groups from 25 people up to 150 request. Office gatherings, rehearsal people, for sit-down dinners up to 100 dinners, family celebrations, and people. more. J. Gilbert’s Daily Grill 6930 Old Dominion Dr | 703.893.1034 2001 International Dr | 703.288.5100 jgilberts.com dailygrill.com J. Gilberts offers semi-private dining Daily Grill features two private din- for up to 50 guests or cocktail paring areas. The Private Dining Room ties for up to 150. Personalized menus can comfortably seat 32 guests while made especially for your event with the Atrium can seat up to 42 guests. your company name or personal Both are perfect for business func- heading. A warm, inviting atmosphere tions or social gatherings. The large with a seasonal wood-burning firebar area can also be used for happy place will make any event special. hour groups or an intimate cocktail reception before dinner. Located in La Sandia 7852 Tysons Corner Ctr | 703.893.2222 the Galleria. richardsandoval.com Evo Bistro This modern Mexican restaurant by 1313 Old Chain Bridge Rd Richard Sandoval offers lunch, dinner, 703.288.4422 or cocktail receptions, La Sandia can evobistro.com accommodate 20 to 400 guests in their Maggiano's can host affairs from corporate functions to social affair.


private rooms, restaurant and indoor patio. The colorful panels in the dining room can be arranged to make any type space available for your event. Lebanese Taverna 1840 International Dr | 703.847.5244 lebanesetaverna.com

Located in Chesterbrook Shopping Center, Mylo’s Grill offers authentic Greek and American cuisine. Their spacious private dining area is perfect for a social or office gathering for up to 40.

Panache 1753 Pinnacle Dr | 703.748.1919 Offering private and semi-private panacherestaurant.com group dining, their restaurant can comfortably accommodate groups of Come and allow Panache’s dedicated up to 110. The Galleria location has and friendly staff to host your next three rooms, a lounge, and an outdoor gathering or social event. Their diverse cafe available. For groups of over 12 menu and spirited atmosphere are guests, a preset menu is required. The sure to impress you and your guests menu is served family-style and offers with a memorable experience. Their a variety of their most popular mezza goal is to provide their customers with plates and entrees including a wide a dining experience that consistently range of vegetarian and non-vegetar- exceeds their expectations. Private ian options. Customized menus are events for up to 250 can be arranged in this contemporary restaurant. never a problem.

Wildfire provides rooms for any occasion whether business or social

corporate headquarters is available for special events, meetings and conferences. The striking lobby space is available for your weeknight events. Available space includes 8 conference rooms, a state-of-the-art auditorium for 290, 6 dining rooms (the largest can seat 200), and the beautiful atrium lobby that can hold up to 1,800 for receptions. Not available for weddings.

Maggiano’s 2001 International Dr | 703.356.9000 maggianos.com

Pulcinella 6852 Old Dominion Dr | 703.893.7777 pulcinellarestaurant.com

Upstairs from the bar at this busy Italian restaurant are a variety of rooms to handle from 15 to 50 and they can easily be configured to hold as many as 300. Family-style Italian is the menu and their three-course offerings can be customized for you.

Their spacious banquet room can accommodate up to 100 people to dine, Vienna make presentations and dance. From wedding rehearsals to holiday par- Bonaroti Restaurant ties, they can help you plan the perfect 426 Maple Ave E | 703.281.7550 evening with all trimmings. bonarotirestaurant.com

Michel Richard 1700 Tysons Blvd| 703.744.3999 michelrichardva.com The private dining room at Michel is an elegant, modern-yet-intimate room with space to accommodate up to 18 guests at one long table, with a close and intimate view of the bustling kitchen through a large plane of glass along the north wall. This is the perfect room for many different small gatherings from family celebrations to board meetings. All AV needs can be easily provided through the restaurant.

The Capital Grille 1861 International Dr | 703.448.3900 capitalgrille.com Located in the heart of Tysons, they offer their superior service and signature menu in two private dining rooms. The McLean room is available for an intimate setting for up to 14 guests. The Wine Room offers the complete private Capital Grille experience for up to 30 guests. Extensive wine selections and A/V equipment available. Gannett/USA Today Headquarters 7950 Jones Branch Rd |703.854.3802 gannett.com/eventspace

Mylo’s Grill The conference, dining and event 6238 Old Dominion Dr |703.533.5880 space at the Gannett/USA TODAY mylosgrill.com Panache offers small modern rooms up to space for a couple hundred.

Chef Geoff 8045 Leesburg Pike | 571.282.6003 chefgeoff.com Chef Geoff’s Tysons Corner loves to party! They offer 3 beautiful rooms at their Fairfax Square location from which to choose, accommodating any size group from 10 to 350 guests. Chima Brazilian Steakhouse 8010 Towers Crescent Dr 703.639.3080 chima.cc

Located in the heart of Tysons between Route 7 and Tysons Corner Center, this Brazilian-style steakhouse offers a huge salad bar and fresh grilled An Italian gem nestled in the heart of meats sliced at your table. They can Vienna offering elegant dining within accommodate up to 130 guests for a a warm and intimate setting. They of- private banquet in their VIP room. fer quiet, comfortable, relaxing private dining and function rooms that will ac- Clyde’s of Tysons 8332 Leesburg Pike | 703.734.1900 commodate up to 50 people. clydes.com Bazin’s on Church An upscale Art Deco setting for 111 Church St | Vienna groups up to 150. Centrally located in 703. 255.7212 Tysons Corner, this is a great choice bazinsonchurch.com for business and social gatherings. Their private upstairs room provides Bazin’s on Church is an 85-seat resthe perfect venue for special family taurant and is available for private affairs, corporate functions and more. dining only if “buying out the entire restaurant.” They do not have private DIYA dining rooms, but a beautiful, open 2070 Chain Bridge Rd | 703.970.7500 space that works well for special diyatysons.com events. Their restaurant may also be rented out on Mondays, day or night, This popular Indian restaurant offers and on Saturdays, from 11am-3:30pm. banquet facilities for up to 260. The variety of Indian cuisines and other offerings make this a unique choice. Café Renaissance Centrally located at 123 and Old Court163 Glyndon St | 703.938.3311 house Road. caferenaissance.com Café Renaissance offers a unique setting for any occasion. Whether you are looking to host a private dinner, or a cocktail reception, they are totally flexible and will tailor-make each event to suit your individual requirements. Their private Gold Room seats 14, and their main dining room seats 55. Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres for up to 75.

Dunn Loring Volunteer Fire Department 2148 Gallows Rd Dunn Loring 703.745.8645 dlvfrd.org This rental hall in Tysons can host your event for up to 300 people. There is a full commercial kitchen, a raised stage, A/V equipment and plenty of parking. Not available Wed. and Sat. >>>>continued page 40

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Tower Club 8000 Towers Crescent Dr, Suite 1700 571.335.1377 clubcorp.com/Clubs/The-TowerClub-Tysons-Corner

Westwood CC may have the largest ballroom outside a hotel.

to a hot fork buffet menu, Maplewood Grill can provide for your catering needs. Private and semi-private options are available for that special Grand Atrium is the premier banquet event. Formerly Le Carnard restaufacility for a wedding reception, party, rant, the new American menu will or other special event. A basic event delight. package includes use of facility and parking garage, buffet service, pro- Nostos fessional staff, bar service, and linens. 8100 Boone Blvd | 703.760.0690 Grand Atrium specializes in events nostosrestaurant.com that require a dance floor. Grand AtriNostos elegant and Mediterranean um can hold anywhere from 90-190 atmosphere offers the perfect place people comfortably. to host your next event. Their private dining room can seat up to 30 people Hunter House (40 standing.) 9601 Courthouse Rd | 703.827.0269 Grand Atrium at Tysons Corner 2236 Gallows Rd | 703.698.0228 grandatrium.com

fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/hprs/hunt- Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse erhouse.htm 8521 Leesburg Pike | 703.848.4290 Hunter House began as a small-frame ruthschris.com farmhouse. Over the years, the house Offering the ultimate private dining was enlarged, but still retains much of experience with four private areas its original character. Hunter House perfect for business presentations, provides main floor accommodations, or functions, celebrations, or simply a sunlit screened porch, beautiful bor- an intimate family dinner. Their rooms der gardens and spacious lawns for can accommodate 10-50 guests availoutside occasions. The indoor ban- able Sunday-Thursday, excluding quet room holds up to 40 people while holidays. the indoor/outdoor events holds up to The Atrium (at Meadowlark Gardens) 200. 9750 Meadowlark Gardens Ct Marco Polo Restaurant 703.255.3631 245 Maple Avenue W | 703.281.3922 nvrpa.org marcopolocaterers.com The Atrium quickly became one of Small groups of 25 or large groups of more than 1,000 can enjoy the imaginative presentation and professional service of the Marco Polo catering staff. Their facilities offer expert planning for weddings, corporate meetings, and everything in between. Located in the heart of Vienna since 1973. Maplewood Grill 132 Branch Rd SE | 703.281.0070 maplewoodgrill.com From just hors d’œuvres and drinks,

the premier venues in the region for beautiful wedding receptions. The glass walls of the building look out on the 95-acre Meadowlark Botanical Gardens with some of the best ornamental collections right outside the venue’s walls. The Atrium holds 190 seated or 300 standing and features a two-thousand square foot skylight, indoor stream and fountain. While wedding celebrations are most common, the Atrium is also host to corporate banquets, holiday celebrations and more.

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The Tower Club Tysons Corner, located in Vienna, Virginia, is the perfect venue for the special corporate affair or social event. Several room options are available for the smallest meeting to a wedding. The exquisite views, the attentive staff and excellent menu selections make this a premium option in the area. Spaces to serve 5 to 150 comfortably. Vienna Volunteer Fire Department 400 Center St | 703.938.2242 vvfd.org The Vienna Volunteer Fire Department rents out its meeting hall to individuals, local businesses, community groups and organizations. The Community Hall is available for rent on most Mondays through Saturdays and is an excellent venue for wedding receptions, children’s birthday parties, anniversaries, or business conferences. Able to accommodate up to 250 people, this downtown Vienna location is a choice often overlooked. You would be amazed at how well this room can look when decorated. Westwood Country Club 800 Maple Avenue E | 703.938.2300 westwoodcc.com Probably the largest non-hotel ballroom in the area. The Grande Ballroom seats up to 400 people and can accommodate up to 350 if elegant stations and entertainment space is required. The Founders Room, the Westbriar Room and the Cup Room are also available for smaller parties, dinners or meetings. Westwood will provide all food and beverage needs. Non-members should plan on finding a member sponsor.

Wolf Trap Center for the Perfoming Arts 1645 Trap Rd | 703.938.8463 wolftrap.org There are 5 options at Wolf Trap for renting private event facilities. The Barns (English and German) can handle private events. meetings and receptions for up to 300. The Center for Education is geared more for meetings with a capacity of up to 300 including a 100-fixed-seat auditorium for speakers. The Associates Deck overlooks Wolf Trap’s beautiful meadow and the world-renowned Filene Center. It is available for private functions on performance evenings during Wolf Trap’s Filene Center season. This space can accommodate 300 seated or 400 standing. The Terrace at Wolf Trap can hold events for 25 to 125 guests for a pre-show reception, cocktail party or other affair. It is only rented in conjunction with a performance at the Filene Center and guests must have a ticket to the performance. The last venue is the Meadow Pavilion. The Meadow Pavilion is available for rental for your special event prior to performances at the Filene Center. The covered stage and surrounding facility can seat up to 130 and fit 150 standing. Woo Lae Oak 8240 Leesburg Pike | 703.827.7300 woolaeoak.com Woo Lae Oak has been called the best Korean restaurant in the Metro area. Party rooms can accommodate up to 300 to enjoy authentic Korean cuisine in a wonderful atmosphere. Menus can easily be customized to your taste.

The Grand Atrium is one of the few true catering halls in the area.


Simply Your Best Move! Specializing in fine homes and properties throughout the Northern Virginia region, Janet Gresh is always at the top of the list. Combining a detailed and analytical approach to property transactions, with a sincere concern to do the best deal possible for her clients, her many letters of commendation and referrals from satisfied customers are a testament to the success of her approach. Janet has lived in the area for 24 years, and holds a BA from Washington and Jefferson College and a MS degree from George Mason University. Her extensive professional experience provides a strong foundation including: •

23 years’ experience in public sector and private sector businesses

Extensive expertise in high tech development & management

Deep understanding of Web and Internet technologies

Her consistent commitment to community involvement adds another dimension as she is involved with a number of associations including The Northern Virginia Realtor Association, Greater Capital Area Association of Realtor®, Luxury Home Institute, BYU Management Society, and Youth Leadership and Guidance. Her years in active military offers government and diplomatic clients a keen insight to help facilitate transfers and diplomatic housing requirements. Add to that an irrational attachment to two rather large chocolate labs [never met a dog she didn’t like] and a love for sailing, white water rafting, chocolate and books, and you begin to get the picture! Janet brings a high level of skill and creative energy to the successful marketing of homes. She considers every transaction a special case, and dedicates herself accordingly.

Janet Gresh

Licensed in DC, MD, and VA

703.963.5500 www.TheGreshGroup.com

Keller Williams Realty, Inc. | 6820 Elm Street, Suite 100 | McLean, VA 22101 2011 | 43


7930 Jones Branch Rd, McLean, VA SophiasCafeCatering.com

The first choice in corporate and office party catering services. Based in the heart of McLean, and central to your location, think of our services when planning your breakfast meetings, office parties, sales meetings and holiday celebrations. A full menu of corporate services including beverage, luncheon buffets, hors d’oeuvres, or just a small dessert or party tray to say “thanks.” Our catering and party specialists are on hand to insure you get the best value for your entertainment dollar. Let us help you plan your next “affair.” Call our catering specialist @ 703.847.9700 44 | McLean chambers of commerce Directory


Special Markets

Farmers • Organic • Kosher • Vegetarian

McLean Farmers Market

Star Nut Gourmet

1659 Chain Bridge Road, McLean www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/FarmersMarkets/mcleanmkt.htm

1445 Laughlin Avenue, McLean | (703) 749-9090 www.Starnutgourmet.com

The Market offers a wide variety of freshly picked fruits, vegetables, and cut flowers. There are also fresh eggs, baked goods, honey and cider to purchase. Milk and cheese products, along with a wide array of meat products, round out the edible delights. If gardening is an interest, many vendors have small plants while other vendors have larger landscape plants.

Star Nut Gourmet is a great place for outstanding coffee products, sweets, bagels and now on weekends sweet or savory crepes. The business is bright and sunny with a wonderfully helpful staff. For those who are addicted to chocolate, the selection of imported chocolates and nuts is second to none.

Organic Butcher of McLean 6712 Old Dominion Drive, McLean | (703) 790-8300 www.theorganicbutcher.com The Organic Butcher of McLean is a locally owned and operated, full-service butcher shop. From vibrant colors of fresh meat, seafood just 24 hours out of the water, and an accompaniment of boutique wines, artisan cheese, Organic Butcher of McLean offers the best in local produce and unique grocery items. The friendly and knowledgeable staff cater to your specific needs.

Nourish Market 8100 Old Dominion Drive #E, McLean | (703) 288-3031 www.nourishmarket.com The store is lined with healthy food options including freshly baked goods like gluten and nut-free brownies and pre-made meals like organic couscous. The Store boasts a deli and a frozen food section. Nourish Market also provides organic products such as lipstick, vitamins, candles, hypo allergenic tissues, sunscreen and dog food. The store itself has a pending LEED certification, a rating that recognizes the use of environmentally friendly practices in the construction of projects.

The Gourmet Basket 6829 Tennyson Drive, McLean | (703) 848-2456 The Gourmet Basket provides ingredients to cook Lebanese food as well as delicious cooked-to-go selections. Very reasonable prices, a good selection of specialty groceries, and a friendly staff.

Great Falls Farmers Market-St. Francis Episcopal Church 9220 Georgetown Pike, Great Falls | (703) 759-2082 www.Stfrancisgreatfalls.org The market provides the Great Falls community with fresh agricultural products and handmade crafts, an outlet for small farmers and independent craft producers in the region, and enhances the Village camaraderie.

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Special Markets

Le Grand Appetit Deli

Marvelous Market

9853 Georgetown Pike, Great Falls | (703) 759-4450 www.legrandappetit.com

1386 Chain Bridge Road, McLean | (703) 790-1700 www.marvelousmarket.com

Le Grand Appetit is family owned and operated since 1982. The deli serves Boar’s Head top quality meats and cheeses with a menu of assorted breakfasts, soups, salads, hot and cold sandwiches and more. A fully stocked market features a selection of European and Mediterranean food, as well as beer and wine. Catering service provides gourmet and authentic Lebanese food for any occasion.

Part bakery, deli, cafe, and gourmet food shop, we offer food solutions for discerning people on the go. Our kitchen produces soups, salads, entrees and sandwiches using the best ingredients that we can find. Everything is prepackaged for convenience.

Balducci’s Food Lover’s Market

Harris Teeter

6655 Old Dominion Drive, McLean | (703) 448-3828 www.balduccis.com Imagine a market where, above all else, taste comes first. A place where the produce is hand-selected, where meats are prime cuts, and the fish is flown in fresh from the wharves. Imagine restaurantquality prepared foods, the finest imported cheeses and other delicacies, and a variety of meats roasted and smoked in the Old World tradition. But it’s no figment of the imagination; this market is Balducci’s.

The VineyaRd

Grocery Stores (703) 448-0679 8200 Crestwood Heights Drive, McLean, VA www.harristeeter.com

Giant

(703) 893-8593 1454 Chain Bridge Road, McLean, VA www.giantfood.com

Safeway

(703) 343-1000 7401 Colshire Drive, McLean, VA www.safeway.com

445 Laughlin Avenue, McLean | (703) 288-2970 www.thevinyardva.com

Safeway

The Vineyard wine selections, cheeses, oils, and specialty food selections are of superior quality from independent producers that have a total focus on what goes into each bottle, jar, can, or box they produce. Floor space is full of wines produced by multinational drink producers and food-producing giants. The focus is on products that emphasize the passion and material in the bottle.

Safeway

Fresh Catch Seafood Market 762 Walker Road #A, Great Falls | (703) 759-4950 www.freshcatchseafoodmarket.com A vast selection of fresh and frozen seafood from all waters of the world combined with sauces, seasonings, salsas and marinades will excite the most discerning palate. A complement of seasonal fresh vegetables and house made desserts will help round out your meal! Entire selection of seafood is monitored from the boat or farm until it reaches our market display.

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(703) 538-6539 6244 Old Dominion Drive, McLean, VA www.safeway.com (703) 356-6118 1330 Chain Bridge Road, McLean, VA www.safeway.com

Safeway

(703) 343-1000 1688 Anderson Road, McLean, VA www.safeway.com

Safeway

(703) 759-3802 9881 Georgetown Pike, Great Falls, VA www.safeway.com


shopping & retail

Malls

shopping center

Tysons Corner Center

Fairfax Square

(703) 847-7300 1961 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA www.shoptysons.com

(703) 821-2050 8075 Leesburg Pike Vienna, VA

Chain Bridge Corner Center

Tysons Galleria

(301) 652-7400 1454 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA www.edensandavant.com

(703) 442-3138 2001 International Drive McLean, VA www.tysonsgalleria.com

Chesterbrook Shopping Center

Tysons Galleria features the following services and amenities: • • • • • • • •

6224 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA

ATM Family ReStreetroom Foreign Currency Exchange High Speed Wireless Internet Access LoStreet and Found Mall Gift CaRoads Safety Escorts Soft Seating Area

Great Falls Shopping Center 745 State Route 681 Great Falls, VA

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Places of Worship

Baptist Baptist World Alliance (703) 790-8980 6733 Curran Street McLean, VA

Charity Baptist Church

McLean Bible Church (703) 356-8080

New Life Christian Church (703) 222-8836 1988 Kirby Road McLean, VA

(703) 893-2177 1328 Spring Hill Road McLean, VA

Catholic

First Baptist Church

(703) 356-1255 7001 Georgetown Pike McLean, VA

(703) 356-7088 1740 Kirby Road McLean, VA

Garfield Memorial Christian (703) 356-7878 1731 Great Falls Street McLean, VA

McLean Baptist Church (703) 356-8080 1367 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA

Providence Baptist Church (703) 893-5330 8980 Brook Road McLean, VA

Shiloh Baptist Church (703) 893-8982 8310 Turning Leaf Lane McLean, VA

Eternal Grace Bible Church (703) 577-3495 1340 Old Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA

Bible Churches Iglesia Evangelica Palabra Viva

(571) 633-0469 6519 Georgetown Pike McLean, VA

Korean Pilgrim Community Church (703) 760-0691 1367 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA

Saint Luke’s Catholic Parish

Christian Westmoreland Campus, New Life Christian Church (703) 860-3324 1988 Kirby Road McLean, VA

Church of Christ

(703) 356-4873 6519 Georgetown Pike McLean, VA

latter-day saints (MORMON) Church of Jesus Christ of LDS (703) 734-1942 1325 Scotts Run Road McLean, VA

Episcopal Street Dunstan’s Episcopal Church (703) 356-7533 1830 Kirby Road McLean, VA

Street John’s Episcopal Church (703) 356-4902 6715 Georgetown Pike McLean, VA

St. Thomas Episcopal Church (703) 442-0330 8991 Brook Road McLean, VA

Friends (Quaker)

Church of Christ

Langley Hill Friends Meeting

(703) 760-9222 1420 Beverly Road McLean, VA

(703) 442-8394 6410 Georgetown Pike McLean, VA

Christian Science

Greek Catholic

Berea Church of Christ

Holy Transfiguration Church

(703) 893-7040 8800 Jarrett Valley Road McLean, VA

(703) 734-9566

Christian Science Reading Room

Jehovah’s Witnesses

(703) 356-1391 6825 Tennyson Drive #A McLean, VA

Church of Christ Scientists (703) 356-1265 1683 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA

8501 Lewinsville Road McLean, VA

Jehovah’s Witnesses (703) 356-9351 McLean, VA

Lutheran Lutheran Church-The Redeemer (703) 356-3346 1545 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA

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Places of Worship Mason

Orthodox Christian

Roman Catholic

Sharon Masonic Temple

Street. Luke’s Serbian Eastern Orthodox

Dominican Retreat

(703) 821-1486 999 Balls Hill Road McLean, VA

Methodist Charles Wesley United Methodist (703) 356-6336 6817 Dean Drive McLean, VA

Chesterbrook United Methodist (703) 356-7100 1711 Kirby Road McLean, VA

Korean United Methodist Church of Greater Washington (703) 448-1131 1219 County Road 685 McLean, VA

Trinity United Methodist (703) 356-3312 1205 Dolley Madison Blvd, McLean, VA

(703) 893-1759 6801 Georgetown Pike McLean, VA

Presbyterian Immanuel Presbyterian (703) 356-3042 1125 Savile Lane McLean, VA

Korean Orthodox Presbyterian (703) 318-8970 6519 Georgetown Pike McLean, VA

Lewinsville Presbyterian (703) 356-7200 1724 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA

McLean Korean Presbyterian (703) 893-8651 7144 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA

McLean Presbyterian (703) 821-0800 1020 Balls Hill Road McLean, VA

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(703) 356-4243 7103 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA

German-Speaking Catholic Mission (703) 356-4473 6330 Linway Terrace McLean, VA

Street John the Beloved Catholic Church (703) 356-7916 6420 Linway Terrace McLean, VA

Street. Luke’s Catholic Church (703) 356-0670 7001 Georgetown Pike McLean, VA

Synagogues Chabad of Tyson’s/Vienna (703) 622-2953 333 E. Maple Ave, #420 Vienna, VA


Chamber Directory 1st Portfolio Lending

(703) 564-9140 fkolencik@firstphc.com http://www.firstportfoliolending.com 8300 Boone Blvd., Suite 200 Vienna, VA 22182 Frank Kolencik

A A.J. Dwoskin & Associates (703) 273-9320 whitli@dwoskin.com www.dwoskin.com 9302 Lee Highway, Suite 300 Fairfax, VA22031 Whitney Lichliter

A2 Design, Inc

(703) 448-6700 info@a2designinc.com www.a2designinc.com/v2/ 6740 Old McLean Village Drive McLean, VA 22101 Ghassan Abukurah

Accredited Jewelry Appraisers, LLC

(703) 786-5349 jeff@accreditedjewelryappraisers.com www.accreditedjewelryappraisers.com 1475 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 Jeff Allinson

Administaff

(410) 245-7496 melissa_trimble@Administaff.com www.Administaff.com 1 Preserve Parkway, Suite 100 Rockville, MD 20852 Melissa Trimble

ADP

240-446-4881 katie_hesen@adp.com www.adp.com 401 N. Washington Street, Suite 200 Rockville, MD 20850 Katie Hesen

AdZig Logo Promotions

Ascent Audiology & Hearing

Aflac

Ashton Imaging Inc.

(703) 309-5502 sheri@adzig.com www.adzig.com 1390 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 Sheri Sylvester

raymond.chan@us-aflac.com www.aflac.com 1604 Spring Hill Road, Suite 362 Vienna, VA 22182 Adiam Tesfamariam

Allegra Print & Imaging

(703) 556-0155 day@printallegra.net www.printallegra.net 1577 Spring Hill Road, Suite 110 Vienna VA 22182

Alzheimer’s Association, National Capital Area

(703) 766-9020 anthony.sudler@alz.org 3701 Pender Drive, Suite 400 Fairfax, VA 22030

American Legion Post 270

(703) 938-3572 mcleanpost270@aol.com www.SupportOurWounded.org 1355 Balls Hill Road McLean, VA 22101 Marshal Hyman

Andrew Hinkle, D.D.S.

703-356-4034 info@passionatesmiles.com www.passionatesmiles.com 6711 Whittier Avenue Suite 103 McLean, VA 22101 Andrew Hinkle

ARCpoint

(703) 689-2721 jhelm@arcpointus.com www.arcpointus.com/nova 462 Herndon Parkway, Suite 103 Herndon, VA 20170 Mary Helm

703-942-8110 anzolaam@gmail.com AscentAudiologyMcLean.com 1320 Old Chain Bridge Road #185 McLean, VA 22101 Ana Anzola (703) 568-2700 jennifer@ashtonimaging.com www.ashtonimaging.com 1364 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 Jennifer Berman

Assaggi Osteria

(703) 918-0080 info@assaggiosteria.com www.assaggiosteria.com/ 6641 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 Domenico Cornacchia

Aura Center for Aesthetic Dentistry (703) 748-1900 ntehrani@comcast.net www.auradentistry.com 6870 Elm Street, Suite 300 McLean, VA 22101 Chang Yi

Avison Young

(703) 288-2700 dan.gonzalez@avisonyoung.com http://www.avisonyoung.com 7901 Jones Branch Drive, Suite 130 Mclean, VA 22102

B B. Comstock

(703) 336-2910 barbara@corallocomstock.com www.corallocomstock.com 520 N. Washington Street Alexandria, VA 22101 Barbara Comstock

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bUSINESS mEMBERSHIP Babyguard, Inc.

Bonita Woods Wellness Center

Business Help, Inc.

Barbara J. Comstock

Bookkeeping Express Enterprises, LLC

Butz-Wilbern, Ltd.

(703) 821-1231 babyguard@babyguard.com www.babyguard.com 1350 Beverly Road, Suite 115 McLean, VA 22101 Mary Baker (703) 356-9124 barbara@comstockstrategy.com P.O. Box 6171 McLean, VA 22106 Barbara Comstock

Base Technologies, Inc.

(703) 848-2400 scardenas@basetech.com 1749 Old Meadow Road, Suite 500 McLean, VA 22102 John Varca

BB&T Bank

(703) 241-4867 Bryant.Stone@BBandT.com www.bbt.com 6400 Arlington Blvd., 1st Floor Falls Church, VA 22042 Bryant Stone

BB&T Bank

(703) 847-4396 fcardak@bbandt.com www.bbandt.com 1455 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 David Paxton

Bernstein Communications (703) 759-9512 Berncomm@gmail.com 1400 Whitley Drive Vienna, VA 22182 Lori Bernstein

Bloomingdale’s

(703) 556-4519 abbey.slitor@bloomingdales.com www.bloomingdales.com 8100 Tysons Corner Center McLean, VA 22102 Abbey Slitor

(703) 992-7474 bonita@bonitawoods.org www.bonitawoods.org 900 Ellison Street, Suite 713 Falls Church, VA 22046 Bonita Woods

(703) 766-5757 bstocker@bookkeepingexpress.com www.bookkeepingexpress.us 6862 Elm Street, Suite 800 McLean, VA 22101 Robert Stocker

Boone & Sons Jewelers, Inc. (703) 734-3997 booneandsonsva@aol.com www.booneandsons.com 1320 Old Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 French Boone

BREAKAWAY Fitness, Inc.

(703) 226-1425 breakawayfitness@breakawayfitness.com www.breakawayfitness.com 8405 Greensboro Drive, Suite P-110 McLean, VA 22102 Christa Dalakis

Brilliance New York

(239) 649-8343 sswift@ieflorida.com www.brilliancenewyork.com Tysons Corner Center 1961 Chain Bridge Road #105 McLean, VA 22102

Brown & Brown, P.C.

(703) 848-2502 BKBVA@aol.com www.browncpausa.com 1420 Spring Hill Road, Suite 600 McLean, VA 22102 Steven Brown

Burke & Herbert Bank

(703) 837-3755 hbswoope@burkeandherbertbank.com www.burkeandherbertbank.com P.O. Box 268 Alexandria, VA 22313 H.B. Swoope

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(703) 734-2907 info@financemgt.com www.financemgt.com/ 730 Lawton Street McLean, VA 22101 James Landfield (703) 356-6771 info@butzwilbern.com www.butzwilbern.com 800 West Broad Street, Suite 400 Falls Church, VA 22046 Jack Wilbern

C Cafe Oggi

(703) 442-7360 cafeoggi@yahoo.com www.cafeoggi.com 6671 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 Renato Scozia

Cafe Taj

(703) 827-0444 gillkay@hotmail.com www.mycafetaj.com 1379 Beverly Road McLean, VA 22101 Shweta Tuteja

Calamity Media

(703) 442-9410 calamitymedia@aol.com www.viennavirginia.com P.O. Box 506 Dunn Loring, VA 22027 Johnny Hanna

California Pizza Kitchen

(703) 761-1473 robego@aol.com www.cpk.com 7939 L. Tysons Corner Center McLean, VA22102 Roberto Gonzalez


Chamber Directory Capital Area Insurance Group

Century 21 New Millennium

Claude Moore Colonial Farm

Capital One

Chain Bridge Bank

Color Wheel

Capitol Wealth Management, Inc.

Chain Bridge Cellars

Commonhealth Chiropractic, P.C.

Captus Communications

CharityWorks

Commonwealth Home Remodelers

Cardinal Bank

Chesterbrook Preschool and Child Care

Connex2, LLC

CARR Workplaces

Chesterbrook Residences

Consulting Out of the Box, LLP

Cavendo Corporation

Chop-N-Chicken

Conway & Pannell, PC

(703) 356-6922 info@mycaig.com www.mycaig.com 1322 Vincent Place McLean, VA 22101 Kathryn Brown

(703) 720-6632 sally.proto@capitalone.com www.capitalone.com 1680 Capital One Drive McLean, VA 22102 Sally Proto (703) 891-4070 fmcgovern@capitolwealthmgmt.com www.capitolwealthmgmt.com 7900 Westpark Drive, Suite T420 McLean, VA 22102 Frank McGovern (703) 542-4910 dmullen@captuscomm.com www.captuscomm.com 1144 Walker Road, Suite E Great Falls, VA 22066 Deborah Mullen (703) 584-3516 info@cardinalbank.com www.cardinalbank.com 8270 Greensboro Drive McLean, VA 22102 Lynn Gulick (703) 462-5450 annie.draper@carrworkplaces.com www.carrworkplaces.com 8200 Greensboro Drive, Suite 900 McLean, VA 22102 Annie Draper (703) 530-6555 jarehart@cavendo.com www.cavendo.com 9500 Technology Drive, Suite 210 Manassas, VA 20110 Jonathan Arehart

(703) 556-4222 jason.carrier@c2inm.com www.c2inm.com 6641-A Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 Ashley Hetherington

(703) 748-2005 jbrough@chainbridgebank.com www.chainbridgebank.com 1445 Laughlin Avenue McLean, VA 22101 Jennifer Wheat (703) 356-6500 dhouse@cdouglashouse.com www.chainbridgecellars.com 1351 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 Doug House (703) 286-0758 info@charityworksgreenhouse.com www.charityworksgreenhouse.com 1320 Old Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101Â

(703) 356-1691 chesterbrookpre@aol.com www.chesterbrookpreschool.org 1711 Kirby Road McLean, VA 22101 Meg Waite (703) 531-0781 mking@cri-va.org www.chesterbrookres.org/cms 2030 Westmoreland Street Falls Church, VA 22043 Marilen King (703) 288-5058 chopnchicken@gmail.com 1375 Beverly Road McLean, VA 22101 Monica Revilla

(703) 442-7557 aeberly@1771.org www.1771.org 6310 Georgetown Pike McLean, VA 22101 Anna Eberly

(703) 356-8477 cboswell@colorwheel.net mycolorwheel.com/home/home/sb.cn 1374 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 Charles Boswell (703) 893-6388 slevyDC51@aol.com www.commonhealthchiropractic.com 1360 Beverly Road, Suite 102 McLean, VA 22101 Steven Levy (703) 255-9861 susan@commonwealthhome.com www.commonwealthhome.com 208-A Dominion Road Vienna, VA 22180 Susan Pierce (703) 752-3754 kerrianne@connextwo.com www.connextwo.com 8300 Greensboro Drive, Suite 800 Mclean, VA 22102 Kerrianne Mustard (703) 298-8406 jmallek@consultingoutofthebox.net www.consultingoutofthebox.net 1616 Anderson Road McLean, VA 22102 Kathy Viola (703) 448-7575 info@conway-pannell.com www.conway-pannell.com 6718 Whittier Avenue, Suite 250 McLean, VA 22101 William Conway 2011 | 53


bUSINESS mEMBERSHIP Corner Bakery Cafe

Decor by Denise

EDGE - Home Energy Services

Crespin Enterprises

Demetra K. Matthews, CPA

Edible Arrangements

Crowne Plaza Tysons Corner

Dominican Retreat, McLean

(703) 821-4224 cb0072@cornerbakerycafe.com www.cornerbakerycafe.com 2001 International Drive #1790M McLean, VA 22102 Doug Lilly (917) 605-0742 richard.j.crespin@gmail.com 6907 Willow Street Falls Church, VA 22046 Richard Crespin (703) 893-2100 trish.drews@bfsaulco.com www.cptysonscorner.com 1960 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22102 Jen Myers

Crystalake Engravers

(703) 255-3134 clengraver@engrave.org www.engrave.org 1822 Creek Crossing Road Vienna, VA 22182 Todd Meloy

D Da Domenico Ristorante Italiano (703) 790-9000 syed@zeffirelliristorante.com www.da-domenico.com 1992 Chain Bride Road McLean, VA 22102 Syed Hussain

Danner & Associates

(703) 734-2793 dannerandassociates@ideamatics.net www.dannerandassociates.com 1364 Beverly Road, Suite 101 McLean, VA 22101 Megan Maso

(703) 714-7343 dwillard@decorbydenise.com www.decorbydenise.com 1550 Northern Neck Drive, Suite 201 Vienna, VA 22182 Denise Willard (703) 903-9458 demetramatthews@aol.com 1306 Daviswood Drive McLean, VA 22102 Demetra Matthews

(888) 586-3343 jasond@edge-gogreen.com www.edge-gogreen.com 7904 Foxhound Road McLean, VA 22102 Jason Dispenza

(703) 639-0077 va908@dofruit.com www.ediblearrangements.com 6180 Arlington Blvd Falls Church, VA 22044 Dawn Bakken

(703) 356-4243 info@dominicanretreat.org www.dominicanretreat.org 7103 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 S. Gail Battista

Edmonds Optician of McLean

Dominion Title Corporation

Edward Jones Investments

Dream Yoga Studio & Wellness Center

Ekko Title

(703) 757-9500 Paul@DominionTitle.com www.DominionTitle.com 1144C Walker Road, Suite 200 Great Falls, VA 22066 Joe Russo (703) 448-9642 lfulbright@cox.net www.dreamyogastudio.com 1485 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 Luann Fulbright

E East and Beyond, Ltd. (703) 448-8200 eandbeyond@aol.com eandbeyond.com 6727 Curran Street McLean, VA 22101 Mary Arnold

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(703) 790-0377 samtate@aol.com 6832 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 Sam Tate

(703) 917-4222 brian.callery@edwardjones.com www.edwardjones.com 6845 Elm Street #613 McLean, VA 22101 Brian Callery (703) 821-3556 mclean@ekkotitle.com www.ekkotitle.com 6824 Elm Street McLean, VA 22101 Marcus Simon

Embassy Autowash

(703) 442-4600 banks5@aol.com www.embassyautowash.com/mclean.html 6814 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 Robbie Banks Â

Entertainment Connection, Inc.

(703) 404-0085 karen@ecievents.net www.ecievents.net 21800 Town Center Plaza, Suite 66 AB Sterling, VA 20164 Scott Magerer


Chamber Directory Everest College

(703) 288-3131 sdelozier@cci.edu www.everest.edu 1430 Spring Hill Road, Suite 200 McLean, VA 22102 Nancy Roe

Evo Bistro

(703) 288-4422 maureen@evobistro.com www.evobistro.com 1313 Old Chain Bridge Road Mclean, VA 22101 Maureen Meloon

Ewing Wealth Management (703) 790-1873 EwingWealth@lpl.com darrenewing.com 6733 Curran Street, Suite 200 McLean, VA 22101-6029 Darren Ewing

F FACETS

(703) 352-6920 aandere@facetscares.org http://facetscares.org 10640 Page Avenue, Suite 300 Fairfax, VA 22030 Amanda Andere

Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce

703-749-0400 www.fairfaxchamber.org 8230 Old Courthouse Road, Suite 350 Vienna, VA 22182

Fairfax County Economic Development Authority (703) 790-0600 kvaughan@fceda.org www.fairfaxcountyeda.org 8300 Boone Blvd. Suite 450 Vienna, VA 22182 Katalin Vaughan

Fairfax County Office of Community Revitalization & Reinvestment (703) 324-9300 bridget.hill@fairfaxcounty.gov www.fcrevit.org 12055 Government Center Parkway Suite 1048 Fairfax, VA 22035 Bridget Hill

Fairfax County Office of Public Private Partnerships

(703) 324-5171 patricia.stevens@fairfaxcounty.gov www.fairfaxcountypartnerships.org 12000 Government Center Parkway Suite 432 Fairfax, VA 22035 Patricia Stevens

FASTSIGNS

(703) 760-9300 57@fastsigns.com www.fastsigns.com/57 1980 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22102 Chuck Manns

Federated Power

703.722.9122 wamaull@federatedpower.com www.federatedpower.com 7901 Jones Branch Drive, Suite 130 McLean, VA 22102 Walter Maull

Financial Balance Group

(703) 260-1336 djavdan@financialbalance.com 1355 Piccard Drive Suite 380 Rockville, MD 20850 David Javdan

Fine Line Furnishings

8110 Madrillon Spring Lane Vienna, VA 22182

First Stage

(202) 306-5803 mkrikstan@1ststagespringhill.org www.1ststagespringhill.org 1524 Springhill Road #LL (P.O. Box 9384) McLean, VA 22102 Peter Van Valkenburgh

FitzGerald Properties

(703) 821-1750 chip@fitzprop.com www.fitzprop.com 1447 G-I Dolley Madison Blvd McLean, VA 22101 Chip FitzGerald

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

(703) 442-8384 tysons_corner@flemingssteakhouse.com www.flemingssteakhouse.com 1960 A Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 Janell Porreco

Flowers & Plants etc.

(703) 356-9377 chip@flowersplants.com www.flowersplants.com 1378 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 Bev Krauss

For the Love of Mercy

(703) 856-7856 fortheloveofmercy@gmail.com loveofmercy.com 1204 Ina Lane McLean, VA 22102 Jill Rodriguez-Garcia

Frank & Company, P.C.

(703) 821-0702 rfrank@frankandco.com www.frankandco.com 1360 Beverly Road Suite 300 McLean, VA 22101 Robert Frank

Franklin Sherman Elementary School PTA 703-506-7900 6630 Brawner Street McLean, VA 22101

Friends of McLean Community Center

(703) 790-0123 joannberkson@aol.com mcleancenter.org/contact/friends.asp 1234 Ingleside Avenue McLean, VA 22101 Joann Berkson 2011 | 55


bUSINESS mEMBERSHIP

G Gannett Co., Inc.

(703) 854-6846 tmayman@gannett.com www.gannett.com 7950 Jones Branch Drive McLean, VA 22102 Todd Mayman

Geeks On Call

(800) 905-4335 laura.mcinerney@geeksoncall.com www.geeksoncall.com 9250 Bendix Road, Suite 535 Columbia, MD 21045 Geeks On Call

General Counsel, P.C.

(703) 556-0411 info@generalcounsellaw.com www.generalcounsellaw.com 6862 Elm Street, Suite 800 McLean, VA 22101 Kevin Learned

Genworth Financial

(703) 626-9133 pvelander@genworthltc.com 6531 Hitt Avenue McLean, VA 22101 Patricia Velander

Georganne’s Hallmark (703) 821-3210 lpneedle@cox.net www.hallmark.com 1312 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 Lester Needle

Giant Food - 0758

(703) 893-0377 smgr0758@stopandshop.com www.giantfood.com 1454 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 Rick Makely

Goeller’s Office & Art Supply (703) 356-4449 mgoel88926@aol.com www.goellers.com 6825 A Redmond Drive McLean, VA 22101 Michael Goeller

Good Year Auto Center (703) 356-1005 GSR0238@goodyear.com www.goodyear.com 6820 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 Curtis Hanes

Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant (703) 388-5454 thart@gbrestaurants.com www.gordonbiersch.com 7861 L Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22102 Chris Brett

Greater McLean Chamber of Commerce (703) 356-5424 abeck@mcleanchamber.org www.mcleanchamber.org 1437 Balls Hill Road McLean, VA 22101 Andrea Beck

Greater McLean Republican Womens Club (703) 759-0429 igfgarrett@aol.com www.gmrwc.org P.O. Box 417 McLean, VA 22101 Dorothy Watling

GreenSpur Inc.

202-438-3794 mark@greenspur.net www.greenspur.net 2807 Summerfield Road Falls Church, VA 22042 Mark Turner

Greenspur Inc.

(202) 438-3794 mark@greenspur.net www.greenspur.net 2807 Summerfield Road Falls Church, VA 22042 56 | McLean chambers of commerce Directory

H Hafer Construction, Inc. (703) 421-0117 dhafer@hafercon.com www.hafercon.com 39314 Karlino Court Hamilton, VA 20158 Debbie Hafer

Hair For All Seasons and Spa (703) 356-8844 paulfootloose@aol.com www.hairforallseasons.com 6716 Whittier Avenue McLean, VA 22101 Daniele Paul

Harris SBSB

(703) 734-4646 pam.shortal@harris-sbsb.com www.harris-sbsb.com 8444 Westpark Drive, Suite 610 McLean, VA 22102 Pamela Shortal

Hier and Haines Salon

(703) 538-4300 annette@hierandhaines.com www.hierandhaines.com 6236 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 Michelle Hier

Home Care Assistance

(703) 356-4333 ekahn@homecareassistance.com www.homecareassistance.com 6723 Curran Street McLean, VA 22101 Eliza Kahn

Homestretch, Inc.

(703) 237-2035 cfay@homestretch-inc.org www.homestretch-inc.org 303 South Maple Avenue Falls Church, VA 22046 Jolie Smith


Chamber Directory

I Isabel L. Kelly, DDS, PLLC (703) 748-3384 drkelly@mcleandental.net www.mcleandental.net 1449 D Dolley Madison Blvd. McLean, VA 22101 Isabel Kelly

J J. Gilbert’s Wood Fired Steak & Seafood (703) 893-1034 3823@houlihans.com www.jgilberts.com 6930 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 Jason Snelson

J.R.’s Stockyards Inn & Custom Catering (703) 893-3390 admin@jrsbeef.com www.jrsbeef.com 8130 Watson Street McLean, VA 22102 Peg Jarmin

Jack the Ripper, Inc.

703-734-6180 service@jacktheripperinc.com www.jacktheripperinc.com 1005 Spring Hill Road McLean, VA 22102 Jack Goehring

James C. Wray, Patent Attorney (703) 442-4800 jcwray@starpower.net 1493 Chain Bridge Road Ste 300 McLean, VA 22101 James Wray

United Bank

(703) 442-7194 jeffrey.dimeglio@bankwithunited.com 2071 Chain Bridge Road Vienna, VA

Jill’s House, Inc.

(703) 639-5660 tkey@jillshouse.org www.jillshouse.org P.O. Box 9104 McLean, VA 22102 Lee Vaughn

Johnson-Murphy & Assoc. LLC (703) 528-7733 johnsonmurphyassoc@gmail.com 1123 Crest Lane McLean, VA 22101 William Sudow

K K.W. Realty

(571) 426-6804 kimgibsonhomes@verizon.net kimgibsonhomes.com 6820 Elm Street, Suite 100 McLean, VA 22101 Kim Gibson

L La Sandia Mexican Kitchen & Bar (703) 893-2222 jsanabria@richardsandoval.com www.modernmexican.com 7852 L Tysons Corner Center McLean, VA 22102 Kimberley Sasai

Land Art Design

1300 Vincent Place McLean, VA 22101 Mark Boryan

Langley Photo and Digital (703) 790-9300 Tom@eklick.com http://Eklick.com 1364 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 Tom Jacobi

Langley Residential Support Services

Keller Williams

(703) 636-7285 miltdrewer@kw.com 6820 Elm Street McLean, VA 22101 Milton Drewer

(703) 893-0068 langleyres@aol.com www.lrss.org 1487 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 200 McLean, VA 22101 Betsy Schatz

Kent Gardens Elementary School

Leadership Fairfax

(703) 394-5600 robyn.hooker@fcps.edu www.fcps.edu/KentGardensES 1717 Melbourne Drive McLean, VA 22101 Robyn Hooker

(703) 752-7550 wayne@leadership.org 8230 Old Courthouse Road, Suite 350 Vienna, VA 22182 Wayne Hill

KKP

(703) 847-5244 susan@lebanesetaverna.com www.lebanesetaverna.com 1840 International Drive McLean, VA 22102 Susan Gordon

(703) 893-0720 orders@kkpmclean.com www.kkpmclean.com 1356 Old Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 Shawn Wilson

Koenig Realty

(703) 356-3000 classbob@aol.com 6819 Elm Street McLean, VA 22101 Bob Koenig

Lebanese Taverna

Lee’s Photography

(703) 760-4988 leesphotography@gmail.com www.sunaleephotography.com 6712 Old McLean Village Drive McLean, VA 22101 Suna Lee 2011 | 57


bUSINESS mEMBERSHIP Legacy Management, Inc.

Longfellow Middle School PTA

Manpower, Inc.

Legenter, LLC

Lost Dog Cafe

Mark L. Keam Member House of Delegates Thirty-Fifth District

(703) 388-2877 Legacy.Management.Inc@verizon.net www.legacy-mgmt.com 6728 Curran Street McLean, VA 22101 Lucy Jennings (571) 748-3955 jlegler@legenter.com www.legenter.com 9105 Weant Drive Great Falls, VA 22066-4133 John Legler

Levine Design Studio

(202) 628-0729 jlevine@levinedesignstudio.com www.levinedesignstudio.com 675 East Street NW, #920 Washington, D.C. 20004 Margaret Moore

Liberty Mutual

matthew.cordova@libertymutual.com www.libertymutual.com/adrianwilkerson 4000 Legato Road Fairfax, VA 22033 Matt Cordova

Lisalon

(703) 847-9046 cuisgroup@yahoo.com www.lisalon.net 6257 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 Barry Cui

Lois Wilson, D.D.S.

(703) 734-1233 lsw@lwilsondds.com www.lwilsondds.com 6845 Elm Street, Suite 615 McLean, VA 22101 Lois Wilson

Long & Foster Realtors

(703) 790-1990 gloria@gloriasells.com www.gloriasells.com 1311 A Dolley Madison Blvd. McLean, VA 22101 Robert Gilbert

(703) 848-4796 treasurer@longfellowpta.org www.longfellowpta.org 2000 Westmoreland Street Falls Church, VA 22043 Beth Chung mike.c.barnes@gmail.com Mike Barnes

Lynn Heinrichs - State Farm

(703) 827-0377 lynn.heinrichs.h0fq@statefarm.com www.Lynnheinrichs.com 6842 Elm Street, Suite 101 McLean, VA 22101 Lynn Heinrichs

M M&T Bank

(703) 356-5361 mzamora@mtb.com http://www.mtb.com 6661 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 Morris Zamora

M&T Bank

(202) 434-7026 1350 I Street, NW Suite 200 Washington, DC 22101 Carl Hariston

MainStreet Bank

(703) 218-5177 jwilkins@mstreetbank.com http://mstreetbank.com 727 Elden Street Herndon, VA 20170 Jon Wilkins

Mangan Jewelers

(703) 821-3344 mangan.jewelers@verizon.net http://manganjewelers.com 6801 Whittier Avenue, Suite 101 McLean, VA 22101 Tin Raschid

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(703) 821-0101 jeff.harrold@na.manpower.com http://manpower.com 8300 Greensboro Drive, Suite L-1 McLean, VA 22102 Starr Parnell

(703) 380-8883 abbotcif@aol.com 3916 Military Road Arlington, VA 22207 Robert Abbot

Market Torque

(703) 869-2538 esummers@markettorque.com www.markettorque.com P.O. Box 6041 McLean, VA 11111 Emily Summers

Marriott Fairview Park

(703) 846-0214 sandra.hanus@marriott.com www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/wasfp-fairvi 3111 Fairview Park Drive Falls Church, VA 22042 Sandy Hanus

Mary Gharagozloo D.D.S. PC (703) 356-7001 monica@mgharagozloo.com www.marygdds.com 6845 Elm Street, Suite 450 McLean, VA 22101 Monica Hopkins

McCormick & Schmick’s

(703) 848-8000 kgreen@msmg.com www.mccormickandschmicks.com 8484 Westpark Drive McLean, VA 22102 Jennifer Rodrigez

MCCP Foundation

(703) 766-0969 mlsher@mccpfoundation.org http://mccpfoundation.org 1616 Anderson Road McLean, VA 22102 Stacey Minott Hardy


Chamber Directory McHale Landscape Design, Inc. (703) 760-8600 philk@mchalelandscape.com www.mchalelandscape.com 6819 Tennyson Drive McLean, VA 22101 Phillip Kelly

McLean Citizens Association

(703) 556-9160 MCAPresident@mcleancitizen.org www.mcleancitizens.org P.O. Box 273 McLean, VA 22101 Robert Jackson

McLean Community Center

(703) 790-0123 sabrina.anwah@fairfaxcounty.gov www.mcleancenter.org 1234 Ingleside Avenue McLean, VA 22101 Sabrina Anwah

McLean Community Center

(703) 790-0123 sabrina.anwah@fairfaxcounty.gov www.mcleancenter.org 1234 Ingleside Avenue McLean, VA 22101 George Sachs

McLean Community Foundation

(703) 734-2793 pbdanner@ideamatics.net www.mcleancommunityfoundation.org P.O. Box 75 McLean, VA 22101

McLean Community Players, Inc. (703) 209-8257 philomike@verizon.net www.mcleanplayers.org 1407 Grady Randall Court McLean, VA 22101 Doug Yriart

McLean Dental Care

(703) 734-0100 mdc@mcleandentalcare.com www.mcleandentalcare.com 6707 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 Cecilia Gyllenhoff

McLean District Police Station (703) 556-7750 mclcapt@co.fairfax.va.us 1437 Balls Hill Road McLean, VA 22101 Captain Steve Thompson

McLean Eyecare Center

(703) 893-2020 McLeaneyecarecenter@erols.com www.McLeanEyeCare.com 1340 Old Chainbridge Road, Suite 102 McLean, VA 22101 Fred Goldberg

McLean Family Restaurant (703) 356-9883 info@MFR.com 1321 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 George Kapetanakis

McLean Hardware Co. Inc.

(703) 356-5496 mcleanhardware@verizon.net www.mcleanhardware.com 1445 Chain Bridge Road - NEW LOCATION! McLean, VA 22101 Michael Cannon

McLean Hardware Company Inc. 1445 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101

McLean High School Band Parents Association (703) 536-3937 kathy.key@cox.net www.mcleanband.org 1633 Davidson Road McLean, VA 22101 Chris Weise

McLean High School Theater Boosters Association info@mcleanhstheatre.org www.mcleanhstheatre.org 1633 Davidson Road McLean, VA 22101 Frederick Mittelman

McLean Immediate Care

(703) 893-2273 sgpasicov@aol.com www.immediatecare.net 1340 Old Chain Bridge Road, Suite 101 McLean, VA 22102 Sue Pasicov

McLean Insurance Agency, Inc. (703) 790-5770 dmegill@mcleaninsurance.com www.mcleaninsurance.com 46179 West Lake Drive, Suite 300 Potomac Falls, VA 20165 Douglas Megill

McLean Newcomers Club

Carol Kaminsky 9514 Woody Lane Great Falls, VA 22066 571-306-0010 mcleannewcomers@yahoo.com www.mcleannewcomers.com

McLean Orchestra

(703) 893-8646 exec@mclean-orchestra.org www.mclean-orchestra.org P. O. Box 760 McLean, VA 22101 Jennifer Seamster

McLean Project for the Arts (703) 790-1953 nperry@mpaart.org www.mpaart.org 1234 Ingleside Avenue McLean, VA 22101 Sandy Treanor

McLean Racquet & Health Club

(703) 356-3300 Ktighe@TighePatton.com www.mcleanracquetandhealthclub.com/index1. htm 1472 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 Julia Schaumburg

McLean Sports Collectibles (703) 752-2255 classbob@aol.com 6819 Elm Street McLean, VA 22101 McLean Sports Collectibles

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bUSINESS mEMBERSHIP McLean Square Associates (703) 821-8775 gmtawil@gmail.com 1420 Beverly Road Suite, 130 McLean, VA 22101 Georges Tawil

McLean Volunteer Fire Dept./Co. One

Middleburg Bank

(540) 687-4816 rmehra@middleburgbank.com www.https://www.middleburgbank.com 111 West Washington Street P.O. Box 5 Middleburg, VA 20117 Kevin Shaner

(703) 356-6671 clark1013@cox.net www.mcleanvfd.org/ 1455 Laughlin Avenue McLean, VA 22101 Clyde Clark

MOMS Club of McLean

McLean Wealth Strategies

Montessori School of McLean (preK-6)

(703) 918-9350 bill.dubose@lpl.com www.bdubose.com 1322 Vincent Place McLean, VA 22101 Bill DuBose

Medicine Chest Pharmacy

(703) 827-0990 medchest@themedchest.com www.themedchest.com 6823 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 Ed Danoff

Metro Datacom, LLC

(703) 442-3500 ace@monettech.com www.monettech.com 6708 Old McLean Village Drive McLean, VA 22101 Andrew Ten Eyck

Metro Management Services, LLC (703) 288-0738 jroot@metromgt.com www.metromgt.com 1483 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 102 McLean, VA 22101 Janet Root

(202) 271-4813 BrigetteLangmade@yahoo.com www.momsofmclean.com McLean, VA 22102 Brigette Polmar (703) 790-1049 legrandtr@hotmail.com www.mcleanmontessori.org 1711 Kirby Road McLean, VA 22101 Joan Parasine

Murphy Business and Financial Corporation - Tysons Corner Office (617) 515-1149 k.prendeville@murphybusiness.com http://murphybusiness.com 7104 Holyrood Drive McLean, VA 22101 Michael Prendeville

My Plumber

(703) 367-7900 mark@myplumber.com www.myplumber.com 9975 Pennsylvania Avenue Manassas, VA 20110 Barbara Rowdon

Mylo’s Grill

(703) 533-5880 mylo2377@yahoo.com 6238 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 Damon Mylonas

Michael D. Kaydouh and Associates (703) 790-5080 dkaydouh@aol.com www.virginiadivorcelawyer.com 1311 Vincent Place McLean, VA 22101 Michael Kaydouh

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N N.S. Financial Consultants, LLC (703) 356-7445 speskoff@sdpholdings.com 7414 Old Maple Square McLean, VA 22102 Stephen Peskoff

Navigator Wealth Management (703) 847-8900 dan@cohenandburnett.com www.navigatorwealth.com 7601 Lewinsville Road, Suite 205 McLean, VA 22102 Dan Frix

Networking Professionals, Latin Expressions

Louisa Meruvia 8209 Peridot Drive, Unit 105 McLean, VA 22102 703-839-5790 www.networkingprofessionals.org

New Life Christian Church (703) 222-8836 darrahd@verizon.net www.newlife4me.com 1988 Kirby Road McLean, VA 22101 Dwaine Darrah

Northern Virginia Community College (703) 323-2399 wgary@nvcc.edu www.nvcc.edu 4001 Wakefield Chapel Road Annandale, VA 22003 William Gary

Nourish Market

(703) 819-6782 ksherwood@nourishmarket.com www.nourishmarket.com 8100 East Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22102 Karen Sherwood


Chamber Directory Nourish Market McLean

(703) 288-3031 karen@nourishmarket.com 8100 East Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22102 Nourish Market McLean

O O’Connor & Desmarais, P.C. (703) 448-0464 terry@ocdcpa.com www.ocdcpa.com 6720 Curran Street McLean, VA 22101 Terry O’Connor

Office of Delegate Mark Keam (703) 380-8883 rob@markkeam.com P.O. Box 1134 Vienna, VA 22183 Rob Abbot

Old Dominion Animal Health Center (703) 356-5582 jgooding@odahcenter.com www.odahcenter.com 6719 Lowell Avenue McLean, VA 22101 Bob Youngblood

Old Navy

(703) 356-0429 marsha_wooten@stores.gap.com www.oldnavy.com 1961 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22102 Marsha Wooten

P PalmerCare Chiropractic

(703) 319-1212 drbrandon@palmercare.com www.palmercare.com 303 Maple Avenue West, Suite B Vienna, VA 22180 Corey Malnikof

Pam Milan and Associates

DustinPMilan@gmail.com www.gotpam.com 1915 B Chain Bridge Road #79 McLean, VA 22101 Dustin Milan

Panache Restaurant

(703) 748-1919 aasafi@live.com www.panacherestaurant.com 1753 Pinnacle Drive McLean, VA 22102 Alex Wardak

PartnerMD

(703) 288-3750 sdherbert@partnermd.com www.partnermd.com 6862 Elm Street, Suite 700 McLean, VA 22101 Mark Paster

Paul Mitchell the School

(703) 288-0008 christinep@pmtstysons.com www.paulmitchelltheschool.com 8090 L Tysons Corner Center McLean, VA 22102 Roopa Ganapathy

Paychex

lcramer@paychex.com www.paychex.com 3060 Williams Drive, Suite 200 Fairfax, VA 22031 Jennifer Taylor

Pengu Studio

(571) 723-6200 info@pengustudio.com www.pengustudio.com 6809 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 Richard Davis

Plastic Surgery Associates (703) 790-5454 magassy@psapc.com 1300 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 Barbara Leaf

PNC Bank

(703) 506-2718 brandon.moore@pnc.com www.pncbank.com 6805 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 Panorea Taglis

Post Tysons Corner

(703) 734-3030 edward.schellenger@postproperties.com www.postproperties.com 1526 Lincoln Circle McLean, VA 22102 Erin Boone

Prawda

(703) 657-9110 info@studioprawda.com www.studioprawda.com 1479 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 Kristien Lee

Presidential Bank

(703) 790-1300 tysons@presidential.com www.presidential.com 1861 International Drive McLean, VA 22102 William James

Prima Hair and Day Spa

(703) 848-2640 contact@primasalonandspa.com www.primasalonandspa.com 1420 Beverly Road, Suite 100 McLean, VA 22101 Gina Patrucco

Proshred of Northern Virginia

(571) 262-7621 steve.theobald@proshred.com www.proshred.com/about.aspxfranchise_ id=48 45668 Terminal Drive, Suite 150 Sterling, VA 20166 Stephen Theobald

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bUSINESS mEMBERSHIP PRS, Inc.

Redeemer Lutheran Church

Ross, Langan & McKendree, L.L.P.

PS Business Parks

REJ Associates, Inc.

Rotary Club of McLean

Rendon Remodeling & Design, LLC

RTEC Treecare

(703) 531-6321 tdemartino@prsinc.org www.prsinc.org 1761 Old Meadow Road McLean, VA 22102 Tammy De Martino (703) 876-4848 sfinberg@psbusinessparks.com http://psbusinessparks.com 2751 Prosperity Avenue Fairfax, VA 22031 Scott Finberg

Q Quality of Life Plus

(703) 442-0038 info@qlplus.org www.qlplus.org 6748 Old McLean Village Drive, Suite 200 McLean, VA 22101 Bill Kuhn

Quality Travel Services

(703) 556-9010 Joubran@aol.com www.qualitytravelservices.com 7921 Jones Branch Drive, Suite 390 McLean, VA 22102 Victor Joubran

Quantitative Software Management, Inc

(703) 790-0055 info@qsm.com www.QSM.com 2000 Corporate Ridge, Suite 700 McLean, VA 22102 Lawrence Putnam

R Ramin Razavi, D.M.D., M.S. (703) 288-0100 drrazavi@aol.com 6829 Elm Street, Suite 320 McLean, VA 22101 Ramin Razavi

(703) 356-3346 pastorbob@redeemermclean.org www.redeemermclean.org 1545 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22VA Dr Robert Driver-Bishop (703) 734-2900 ron.jerro@rejassoc.com 1312 Vincent Place, 1st Floor McLean, VA 22101 Ronald Jerro, CLU (703) 444-3127 michael@rendonremodeling.com www.rendonremodeling.com 112 Elm Tree Lane Sterling, VA 20164 Michael Rendon

Renneye Pike

(703) 790-9090 rpike@mcenearney.com www.rotundaresults.com 1320 Old Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 Renneye Pike

Rhea Baker - State Farm Insurance (703) 584-7666 rhea.baker.puyv@statefarm.com www.statefarm.com 1953 Gallows Road, Suite 155 Vienna, VA 22182 Rhea Baker

Richie The Handyman I’ll do anything

571-501-4726 williamsrichie12@yahoo.com Coan Pond 3700 Pender Drive APT 107 Fairfax, VA 22030 Richie williams

Rocco’s Italian Restaurant (703) 821-3736 1357 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 Pat Juliano

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(703) 893-2660 info@rlmcpa.com www.rlmcpa.com 7900 Westpark Drive, Suite T420 McLean, VA 22102 Monish Banga info@mcleanrotary.org www.mcleanrotary.org P.O. Box 561 McLean, VA 22101 Pamela Danner (703) 573-3029 andy@trestrees.com 2828 Mary Street Falls Church, VA 22042 Andy Ross

S Safe Community Coalition

(703) 795-6943 scc@safecommunitycoalition.net www.safecommunitycoalition.net .P.O. Box 7001 McLean, VA 22106 Nyka Feldman

Salon Michel

(703) 442-7323 salonmichel@erols.com www.salonmichel.com 1400 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 Jennifer North

SCORE! Educational Center (703) 532-7723 julie.gallo@Kaplan.com www.scorelearning.com 6228 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 Kristin Streff

Seasons 52

(703) 774-6798 tysonscorner@seasons52.com www.seasons52.com 7863 L Tysons Corner Center McLean, VA 22102


Chamber Directory Seawood Homes, Inc. (703) 748-2122 aess@verizon.net P.O. Box 7736 McLean, VA 22106 Ann Seaman

Senior Employment Resources (703) 750-1936 woody@seniorjobs.org www.seniorjobs.org 4201 John Marr Drive, Suite 236 Annandale, VA 22003 Woody Prothero

Shahin Proposal Consulting (703) 821-2764 ejshahin@verizon.net 1603 Evers Drive McLean, VA 22101 Ed Shahin

SHARE, Inc.

(703) 284-2179 vkimm@verizon.net www.shareofmclean.org P.O. Box 210 McLean, VA 22101 President

Sharilyn Green Photography (703) 536-6112 sg@sharilyngreen.com www.sharilyngreen.com 7050 Martha Jane Street McLean, VA 22101 Sharilyn Green

Sharon Masonic Lodge # 327 (703) 772-2579 robertwieland1@aol.com 999 Balls Hill Road McLean, VA 22101 Robert Wieland

Shu-Mei Facial Beauty

(703) 556-9441 shumei@shumeifacialbeauty.com www.shumeifacialbeauty.com 6728 Curran Street McLean, VA 22101 Shu-Mei McDonald

Simply... SpareTime, Inc.

Sport and Health Club

Skinner and Ossakow DDS and Associates

Staples Business Advantage

(703) 288-9393 info@simplysparetime.org www.simplysparetime.org 8310 Turning Leaf Lane McLean, VA 22102 Michelle Spady

(703) 734-0515 salartash@gmail.com http://centrevilledentist.com 8200 Greensboro Drive McLean, VA 22101 Sheri Salartash

Sofio’s Custom Clothiers and Tailors (703) 462-8880 customerservice@sofios.com www.sofios.com McLean, VA 22101

Soft Matter Consulting

(703) 819-6699 mani.qazi@softmatterconsulting.com www.softmatterconsulting.com 1602 Dunterry Place McLean, VA 22101 Mani Qazi

SonaBank

(703) 893-7400 scostantino@sonabank.com www.sonabank.com 6830 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 Sebastien Costantino

Sonic Couriers, Inc.

(703) 761-6161 soniccouri@earthlink.net www.soniccouriers.com P.O. Box 9162 McLean, VA 22102 Joseph Nourazar

SPARC-Specially Adapted Resource Clubs

(703) 338-6185 donna.goldbranson@sparcontheweb.org www.sparcontheweb.org 5081 Queens Wood Drive Burke, VA 22015

(703) 556-6550 myork@sportandhealth.com http://sportandhealth.com 1760 Old Meadow Road McLean, VA 22102 Mark York (240) 602-5854 eric.fakunle@staples.com www.staplesadvantage.com 1945 Old Gallows Road McLean, VA 22182 Eric Fakunle

StarNut Gourmet

(703) 749-9090 joe@starnutgourmet.com www.starnutgourmet.com 1445 Laughlin Avenue McLean, VA 22101 Joe Shehadeh

State Farm Insurance

(703) 560-7804 jonna.wooten.loy3@statefarm.com www.jonnawooten.com 8148 Electric Avenue Vienna, VA 22182 Jonna Wooten

Staybridge Suites McLean-Tysons Corner

(703) 336-5004 markwelker@granddukehotels.com www.staybridge.com/mcleanva 6845 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 Mark Welker

Sun Design Remodeling Specialists, Inc. 703.425.5588 info@sundesigninc.com SunDesignInc.com 6862 Elm Street, Suite 330 McLean, VA 22101

Sun Gazette

(703) 738-2520 dtalla@acnpapers.com www.sungazette.net 6465 Loisdale Road, Suite 610-B Springfield, VA 22150 Rob Wilson 2011 | 63


bUSINESS mEMBERSHIP Suntrust Mortgage

(703) 906-7039 kathy.neal@suntrust.com www.suntrustmortgage.com/kneal 8105 Cawdor Court McLean, VA 22102

(703) 636-3588 janet@thegreshgroup.com www.janetgresh.com 6820 Elm Street McLean, VA 22101 Janet Gresh

Supervisor John W. Foust

The Huckaby Briscoe Group

1437 Balls Hill Road McLean, VA 22101

T Thamir Al’Hashimi (703) 893-0397 tsa435@aol.com P.O. Box 891 McLean, VA 22101 Thamir Al’Hashimi

The Annie Lauler Corporation (703) 821-2555 forsail97@gmail.com www.annielauler.com 1421 Dolley Madison Blvd. McLean, VA 22101 Bill Lauler

The Artisans

(703) 506-0158 theartisans@earthlink.net www.artisansofmclean.com 1368 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 Shannon Price

The Brooksfield School

(703) 356-5437 theresa@brooksfield.org www.brooksfieldschool.org/ 1830 Kirby Road McLean, VA 22101 Sarah Krachuk

The Business Bank

(703) 356-7870 btucker@businessbankva.com www.businessbankva.com 1451 Dolley Madison Blvd McLean, VA 22101 Brenda Tucker

(703) 734-0192 homes@hbcrealtygroup.com www.hbcrealtygroup.com 6820 Elm Street McLean, VA 22101 Karen Briscoe

The Johnson Group

(703) 356-4004 bjohnson@thejgroup.com www.thejgroup.com 6800 Fleetwood Road, Suite 100 McLean, VA 22101 Robert Johnson

The Langley School

The McLean Ear

(703) 442-3272 themcleanear.com www.themcleanear.com 1505 Audmar Drive McLean, VA 22101 The McLean Ear

The Potomac School

(703) 749-6323 Geoff_Jones@potomacschool.org www.Potomacschool.org 1301 Potomac School Road McLean, VA 22101 Geoffrey Jones

The Ray Burt Appraisal Company

(703) 901-7050 Ray@Rayburtappraisal.com www.RayBurtAppraisal.com 1390 Chain Bridge Road #301 McLean, VA 22101 Ray Burt

(703) 356-1920 headsoffice@langleyschool.org www.langleyschool.org 1411 Balls Hill Road McLean, VA 22101 Kerry Moody

The Reinsch Foundation

The Lewinsville Retirement Residence

The Rosenbaum Lending Group at Access National Mortgage

703-442-8660 info@thelewinsville.org www.thelewinsville.org 1515 Great Falls Street McLean, VA 22101 Courtney Nuzzo

The Lewis Team at Long & Foster 703-760-7653 lewis@lewisteam.com lewisteam.com 6849 Old Dominion Drive, Suite 200 McLean, VA 22102 Lewis Barbara

The Lund Group

(703) 407-0766 (cell) 9491 Coral Crest Lane Vienna, VA 22182 Lillian Jorgenson

The Gresh Group, LLC Keller Williams Realty 64 | McLean chambers of commerce Directory

(703) 920-3600 reinschcompanies@aol.com 2040 Columbia Pike Arlington, VA 22204 Lola Reinsch

(703) 448-5900 Bob@MyTalentedLender.com www.MyTalentedLender.com 8200 Greensboro Drive, Suite 1500 McLean, VA 22102 Robert Rosenbaum

The UPS Store of McLean

(703) 448-8044 store0045@theupsstore.com www.theupsstore.com/index.html 1350 Beverly Road/Ashby Building McLean, VA 22101 Michael Berens

The Vineyard

(703) 288-2970 info@thevineyardva.com www.thevineyardva.com 1445 Laughlin Avenue McLean, VA 22101 Ken Nunnenkamp


Chamber Directory Theodore L. Gray, CPA, CFP

TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

Times Community Newspapers

TTR Sotheby’s International RealtyScruggs

(703) 893-2200 tedgraycpa@aol.com 1200 Jossie Lane McLean, VA 22102 Theodore Gray

(703) 437-5400 parundel@timespapers.com www.timescommunity.com 9 East Market Street Leesburg, VA 20176 Peter Arundel

TopGolf

(703) 924-2600 http://topgolf.com 6625 South Van Dorn Street Alexandria, VA 22315 Nikki Holt

Traveling Players Ensemble (703) 987-1712 info@travelingplayers.org www.travelingplayers.org P.O. Box 1315 Great Falls, VA 22066 Jeanne Harrison

Tree Doc Joe

(703) 850-9118 TreeDocJoe@gmail.com http://treedocjoe.com 1693 Abbey Oak Drive Vienna, VA 22182 Joe Cacciapaglia

Tropicana Resorts

(240) 460-0834 bobs219@webtv.net www.centurycityproductions.com 8201 Greensboro Drive McLean, VA 22102 Tropicana Resorts

TTR Sotheby’s International Realty (703) 319-3344 derrick.swaak@sothebysrealty.com www.ttrsir.com 6723 Whittier Avenue, Suite 101 McLean, VA 22101 Derrick Swaak

(703) 760-0744 gdopslaff@ttsir.com www.ttsir.com 6723 Whittier Avenue, Suite 100 McLean, VA 22101

(703) 760-0744 ascruggs@ttrsir.com www.yerks.com 6723 Whittier Avenue McLean, VA 22101 Aaron Scruggs

Tysons Corner Center/ The Macerich Co.

Verizon Wireless

(703) 819-8962 Eric.Movshin@verizonwireless.com www.verizonwireless.com Reston Business Center 11830 Spectrum Center Reston, VA 20190 Eric Movshin

Vinson Hall Corporation/NMGGRF (703) 536-4344 arvetter@vinsonhall.org www.vinsonhall.org 6251 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 Angela Armenakis

Virginia Commerce Bank

(703) 893-9401 matt.stillitano@macerich.com www.shoptysons.com 1961 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 105 McLean, VA 22102 Matt Stillitano

(703) 448-9800 tmitchell@vcbonline.com www.vcbonline.com 1356 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 Tamara Mitchell

Tysons Corner Marriott

Virginia Foley

(703) 734-3200 paige.romanow@marriott.com www.tysonscornermarriott.com 8028 Leesburg Pike Tysons Corner, VA 22182 Shelly DiMeglio

(703) 356-2427 vfoley9000@cox.net 7118 Churchill Road McLean, VA 22101 Virginia Foley

Tysons Realty

(703) 388-2805 cindy@virginiaoralimplantsurgery.com www.drgocke.com 7601 Lewinsville Road, Suite 203 McLean, VA 22102 Tim Gocke

(703) 893-6700 TysonsRealty@aol.com 7641 Leesburg Pike Tysons Corner, VA 22043 Pauline Thompson

U United Charitable Programs

(703) 538-8877 jan@unitedcp.org www.unitedcharitableprograms.org 6201 Leesburg Pike, Suite 405 Falls Church, VA 22044 John Houk

V

Virginia Oral, Facial & Implant Surgery

Virginia State Delegate Margi Vanderhye margi@vanderhye.com P.O. Box 6171 McLean, VA 22106 Margaret Vanderhye

Visit Fairfax

(703) 790-0643 bbiggar@fxva.com www.fxva.com 7927 Jones Branch Drive South Wing 100 McLean, VA 22102 Barry Biggar 2011 | 65


bUSINESS mEMBERSHIP VOICE BY LINDA

(703) 790-1526 linda@voicebylinda.com www.voicebylinda.com 6615 Chesterfield Avenue McLean, VA 22101 Linda Ristig

VRB Photography

703-599-3990 photog8224@aol.com www.vrbphotography.com 6544 Tucker Avenue McLean, VA 22101 Victor Blandburg

W Washington Business Journal

(703) 258-0870 amellott@bizjournals.com http://washingtonbusinessjournal.com 1555 Wilson Blvd., Suite 400 Arlington, VA 22209

Washington First Bank

(703) 438-9250 mvandergrift@washingtonfirstbank.com http://WashingtonFirstBank.com 9851 Georgetown Pike Great Falls, VA 22066 Michael Vandergrift

Watkins Meegan

(703) 847-4444 sandy.wendler@watkinsmeegan.com watkinsmeegan.com 8000 Towers Crescent Drive, Suite 950 Vienna, VA 22182 Sandy Wendler

Weichert Realty

(703) 863-8842 arada@weichert.com www.rneighborhood.com 6257 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 Arada Grantz

Wells Fargo Advisors

(703) 761-4744 philip.dietz@wachoviasec.com 1650 Tysons Blvd., Suite 500 McLean, VA 22102 Phil Dietz

Wells Fargo Home Mortgage

(703) 442-5330 gailmarie.goldrick@wellsfargo.com www.wfhm.com/wfhm/gailmarie-goldrick 1320 Old Chain Bridge Road, Suite 320 McLean, VA 22101 Gailmarie Goldrick

West Financial Services

(703) 847-2500 dsippel@westfinancial.com www.westfinancial.com 1355 Beverly Road, Sute 250 McLean, VA 22101 Dana Sippel

West Group

(703) 356-2400 kturner@west-group.com www.west-group.com 1600 Anderson Road McLean, VA 22102 Keith Turner

Westin Hotel Tysons Corner

(703) 893-1340 tkaltman-ahmed@westintysonscorner.com www.westintysonscorner.com 7801 Leesburg Pike Falls Church, VA 22043 Tracy Kaltman-Ahmed

WGY & Associates, LLC

(703) 748-1717 WGYARC@aol.com 6800 Fleetwood Road, Suite 1019 McLean, VA 22101 W. Glenn Yarborough

Wheat’s Lawn and Custom Landscape, Inc. (703) 734-1185 wheats@wheats.com www.wheats.com 8620 Park Street Vienna, VA 22180 Mike Wheat

Wheels to Africa

(703) 534-3723 d_duncan@comcast.net www.wheels-to-africa.org 3550 North Somerset Street Arlington, VA 22213 Dixie Duncan

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Whitt Mares Certified Public Accountants and Consultants

(703) 385-8809 ex. 1503 jmastaler@wittmares.com 12150 Monument Drive, Suite 350 Fairfax, VA 22033

Wildfire - Tysons

(703) 442-9110 wildfiretcparties@leye.com www.wildfirerestaurant.com/mclean 1714U International Drive McLean, VA 22102 Wildfire - Tysons

William B. Folsom Photography, LLC (571) 213-8696 wbfolsom@verizon.net www.WFolsom.com 7600 Tremayne Place, Suite 104 McLean, VA 22102

Woman’s Club of McLean (703) 356-9646 virginiasandahl@aol.com P.O. Box 7282 McLean, VA 22106 Ginny Sandahl


business by categories

Accountants

Architects

Brown & Brown, P.C.

A2 Design, Inc

1420 Spring Hill Road, Suite 600 McLean, VA 22102 (703) 848-2502

Bookkeeping Express

6740 Old McLean Village Drive McLean, VA 22101 info@a2designinc.com (703) 448-6700

Enterprises, LLC 6862 Elm Street., Suite 800 McLean, VA 22101 bstocker@bookkeepingexpress.com (703) 766-5757

AV Architects, PLLC Vienna

Demetra K. Matthews, CPA

Butz-Wilbern, Ltd.

Frank & Company, P.C.

Pinnacle Design & Consulting

O’Connor & Desmarais, P.C.

The Ray Burt Appraisal Company

Ross, Langan & McKendree, L.L.P.

Sun Design Remodeling Specialists, Inc.

1306 Daviswood Drive McLean, VA 22102 demetramatthews@aol.com (703) 903-9458

1360 Beverly Road, Suite 300 McLean, VA 22101 rfrank@frank&co.com (703) 821-0702 6720 Curran Street McLean, VA 22101 terry@ocdcpa.com (703) 448-0464

7900 Westpark Drive, Suite T420 McLean, VA 22102 info@rlmcpa.com (703) 893-2660

Theodore L. Gray, CPA, CFP 1200 Jossie Lane McLean, VA 22102 (703) 893-2200

Appraiser Accredited Jewelry Appraisers, LLC 1475 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 jeff@accreditedjewelryappraisers.com (703) 786-5349

9156 Bois Avenue Vienna, VA 22182 avarchitects@verizon.net (703) 927-9184

800 W. Broad Street, Suite 400 Falls Church, VA 22046 info@butzwilbern.com (703) 356-6771 P.O. Box 898 Great Falls, VA 22066 pinnacledesign@cox.net (571) 239-0011

1390 Chain Bridge Road #301 McLean, VA 22101 Ray@Rayburtappraisal.com (703) 901-7050 703.425.5588 info@sundesigninc.com SunDesignInc.com 6862 Elm Street, Suite 330 McLean, VA 22101

Attorneys Cecelia A.Tabois, Attorney at Law 1800 Old Meadow Road, Suite 1218 McLean, VA 22102 cataboislaw@metronets.com (703) 442-7588

Conway & Pannell, PC

6718 Whittier Avenue, Suite 250 McLean, VA 22101 bill@conway-pannell.com (703) 448-7575

Danner & Associates

1364 Beverly Road, Suite 101 McLean, VA 22101 dannerandassociates@ ideamatics.net (703) 734-2793

David, Brody & Dondershine, LLP 12355 Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite 650 Reston, VA 20191 sdondershine@DBD-Law.com (703) 264-2220

Dominion Business Law, PLC

8280 Greensboro Drive, Suite 601 McLean, VA 22102 dknasel@dombuslaw.com (703) 918-9301

Gabeler, Battocchi & Powell PC

1320 Old Chain Bridge Road, Suite 200 McLean, VA 22101 info@gabelerlaw.com (703) 790-5244

General Counsel, P.C.

6862 Elm Street, Suite 800 McLean, VA 22101 info@generalcounsellaw.com (703) 556-0411

James C. Wray, Patent Attorney 1493 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 300 McLean, VA 22101 jameswray@jcwray.com (703) 442-4800

Michael D. Kaydouh & Associates 1311 Vincent Place McLean, VA 22101 dkaydouh@aol.com (703) 790-5080

Michele H. Wright & Associates, PLC 3900 Jermantown Road, Suite 300 Fairfax, VA 22030 mwright@wrightwealthStrategies.net (703) 917-0804

Navigator Wealth Management 7601 Lewinsville Road, Suite 205 McLean, VA 22102 susan@navigatorwealth.com (703) 847-8900

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business by categories

Sands, Anderson, Marks & Miller 1497 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 202 McLean, VA 22101 mmarr@sandsanderson.com (703) 893-3600

Audiologist

AudioSync Audiology 1320 Old Chain Bridge Road #185 McLean, VA 22101

anzolaam@gmail.com (703) 942-8110

Automobile Service Good Year Auto Center 6820 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 GSR0238@goodyear.com (703) 356-1005

Banks BB&T Bank

1455 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 fcardak@bbandt.com (703) 847-4396

BB&T Bank

8200 Greensboro Drive, Suite 100 McLean, VA 22102 Bryant.stone@bbandt.com (703) 442-4035

Burke & Herbert Bank

P.O. Box 268 Alexandria, VA 22313 hbswoope@burkeandherbertbank.com (703) 684-1655

Cardinal Bank

8270 Greensboro Drive McLean, VA 22102 Lynn.Gulick@cardinalbank.com (703) 584-3516

Chain Bridge Bank

1445 Laughlin Avenue McLean, VA 22101 jbrough@chainbridgebank.com (703) 748-2005

M&T Bank

6661 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 mzamora@mtb.com (703) 356-5361

Main Street Bank

6832 Old Dominion Drive, Suite 105 McLean, VA 22101 jwilkins@mstreetbank.com (703) 218-5177

Middleburg Bank

111 West Washington Street P.O. Box 5 Middleburg, VA 20117 rmehra@middleburgbank.com (703) 777-6327

PNC Bank

6805 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 br&on.moore@pnc.com (703) 506-2704

Presidential Bank

1861 International Drive McLean, VA 22102 tysons@presidential.com (703) 790-1300

SonaBank

6830 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 scostantino@sonabank.com (703) 893-7400

The Business Bank

1451 Dolley Madison Blvd. McLean, VA 22101 btucker@tbbva.com (703) 356-7870

Virginia Commerce Bank 1356 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 tmitchell@vcbonline.com (703) 448-9800

WashingtonFirst Bank

9851 Georgetown Pike Great Falls, VA 22066 mvandergrift@ washingtonfirstbank.com (703) 438-9250

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Business Management Consultant REJ Associates, Inc.

1312 Vincent Place, 1st Floor McLean, VA 22101 ronjerro@aol.com (703) 573-7400

Turn Key Office

McLean, VA 22101 laura@turnkeyoffice.net (410) 715-3657

Car Wash

Embassy Autowash 6814 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 banks5@aol.com (703) 442-4600

Carpeting Carpet One of McLean

6661-A Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 kmallari@qcp1.com (703) 288-4192

Catering M L Catering

1428 North Point Village Center Reston, VA 20194 vpitts@mammaluciava.com (703) 447-2482

Chiropractors Commonhealth Chiropractic, P.C. 1360 Beverly Road, Suite 102 McLean, VA 22101 slevyDC51@aol.com (703) 893-6388

PalmerCare Chiropractic

303 Maple Avenue West, Suite B Vienna, VA 22180 Drivebr&on@palmercare.com (703) 319-1212


business by categories

Churches New Life Christian Church 1988 Kirby Road McLean, VA 22101 dwained@newlife4me.com (703) 222-8836

Redeemer Lutheran Church 1545 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 church@redeemermclean.org (703) 356-3346

Community Organizations American Legion Post 270 1355 Balls Hill Road McLean, VA 22101

Computer Consultant PetraTek

12314 Fox Lake Court Fairfax, VA 22033 charles@petrateks.com (703) 539-8992

Computer Repair Service Geeks On Call

McLean, VA 22101 laura.mcinerney@geeksoncall.com (800) 905-4335

Metro Datacom, LLC

6748 Old McLean Village Drive McLean, VA 22101 ace@monettech.com (703) 442-3500

Concrete Company Pete’s Asphalt & Concrete Services 6515 Bock Terrace Oxon Hill, MD 20745 pete5232@verizon.net (703) 855.6019

Premium Paving

7817 Lois Dale Road, Unit J Springfield, VA 22150 premiumpaving@aol.com (703) 339-5371

Conference Center Intelligent Office

1934 Old Gallows Road, Suite 350 Vienna, VA 22182 brittany@iovirginia.com (703) 752-6200

Dentists Aesthetic Dental Spa

8233 Old Courthouse Road, Suite 160 Vienna, VA 22182 nanaznaini@hotmail.com (703) 827-8270

Aura Center for Aesthetic Dentistry 6870 Elm Street., Suite 300 McLean, VA 22101 ntehrani@comcast.net (703) 748-1900

Isabel L. Kelly, D.D.S., PLLC

Construction Seawood Homes, Inc. P.O. Box 7736 McLean, VA 22106 aess@verizon.net (703) 748-2122

Consultants Legenter, LLC 9105 Weant Drive Great Falls, VA 11111 jlegler@legenter.com (571) 748-3955

Copiers & Digital Solutions TML Copiers & Digital Solutions 9700 Capital Court, Suite 201 Manassass, VA 20110 pdowd@tmlcopiers.com (703) 330-1010

Country Club Hidden Creek Country Club 1711 Clubhouse Road Reston, VA 20190 gm1711@hiddencreekcc.com (703) 437-5222

Day Care Center Simply... SpareTime, Inc.

8310 Turning Leaf Lane McLean, VA 22102 michellespady@simplysparetime.org (703) 288-9393

1449 - D Dolley Madison Blvd. McLean, VA 22101 Drivekelly@mcleandental.net (703) 748-3384

Lois Wilson, D.D.S.

6845 Elm Street., Suite 615 McLean, VA 22101 lsw@lwilsondds.com (703) 734-1233

Mary Gharagozloo D.D.S., PC 6845 Elm Street., Suite 450 McLean, VA 22101 monica@mgharagozloo.com (703) 356-7001

McLean Dental Care

6707 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 mdc@mcleandentalcare.com (703) 734-0100

Ramin Razavi, D.M.D., M.S. 6829 Elm Street., Suite 320 McLean, VA 22101 Driverazavi@aol.com (703) 288-0100

Development & Management A.J. Dwoskin & Associates 9302 Lee Highway, Suite 300 Fairfax, VA 22031 (703) 273-9320

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business by categories

West Group

Capitol Wealth Management, Inc.

Drug TeSting

Connex2, LLC

1600 Anderson Road McLean, VA 22102 (703) 356-2400

ARCpoint

462 Herndon Parkway, Suite 103 Herndon, VA 20170 jhelm@arcpointlabs.com (703) 689-2721

Energy Management EDGE - Home Energy Services

7900 West Park Drive, Suite T420 McLean, VA 22101 (703) 891-4070

8300 Greensboro Drive, Suite 800 Mclean, VA 22102 kerrianne@connextwo.com (703) 752-3754

Edward Jones Investments

6845 Elm Street, #613 McLean, VA 22101 brian.callery@edwardjones.com (703) 917-4222

7904 Foxhound Road McLean, VA 22102 jasond@edge-gogreen.com (888) 586-3343

Ewing Wealth Management

Entertainment

Financial Balance Group

Entertainment Connection, Inc. 109 Executive Drive #H Sterling, VA 20166 jessica@eciparty.com (703) 404-0085

TopGolf

6625 S. Van Dorn Street Alexandria, VA 22315 (703) 924-2600

Tropicana Resorts

8201 Greensboro Drive McLean, VA 22102 bobs219@webtv.net (240) 460-0834

1493 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 201 McLean, VA 22101-5726 darren.ewing@lpl.com (703) 790-1873 1355 Piccard Drive, Suite 380 Rockville, MD 20850 djavdan@financialbalance.com (703) 260-1336

Harris SBSB

8180 Greensboro Drive, Suite 1000 McLean, VA 22102 pam.shortal@harris-sbsb.com (703) 734-4646

McLean Wealth Strategies 1322 Vincent Place McLean, VA 22101 bill.dubose@lpl.com (703) 918-9350

N.S. Financial Consultants, LLC

Financial Advisors & Services

7414 Old Maple Square McLean, VA 22102 speskoff@sdpholdings.com (703) 356-7445

Business Help, Inc.

TI Finance & Investment, LLC

730 Lawton Street McLean, VA 22101 info@financemgt.com (703) 734-2907

1340 Old Chain Bridge Road, Suite 207 McLean, VA 22101 jk_im@hotmail.com (703) 790-0805

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Wachovia Securities, LLC 1650 Tysons Blvd., Suite 500 McLean, VA 22102 philip.dietz@wfadvisors.com (703) 761-4744

West Financial Services, Inc. 1355 Beverly Road, Suite 250 McLean, VA 22101 wfs@Westfinancial.com (703) 847-2500

FloriSts Bouse Flowers

1420 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 bouseflowers@aol.com (703) 288-9670

Flowers & Plants Etc.

1378 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 chip@flowersplants.com (703) 356-9377

Heron Hill Flowers 9117 Falls Run Road McLean, VA 22102 (703) 447-3281

My Florist, McLean

1984 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22102 brad.parker@myflorist.com (703) 442-8203

Food Product Supplier Mars Drinks

20353 Hartwell Street Ashburn, VA 20147 sarah.Stein@effem.com (202) 510-3622


business by categories

Furniture

Fairfax County Office of Community Revitalization & Reinvestment

HaRdware

8500 Lee Highway Fairfax, VA 22031 service@mcleanfurniture.com (703) 280-8210

12055 Government Center Parkway Suite 1048 Fairfax, VA 22035 RichaRoadHill@fairfaxcounty.gov (703) 324.9300

McLean Hardware Co. Inc.

General Contractor

Fairfax County Office of Public Private Partnerships

Health & Fitness

McLean Furniture Gallery

Welch Construction Group 6416 South Street Falls Church, VA 22042 Brian@WelchCG.com (703) 532-3416 (703)319-1215

Gifts & Accessories Georganne’s Hallmark 1312 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 (703) 821-3210

The Artisans

1368 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 theartisansofmclean@gmail.com (703) 506-0158

Gourmet Grocery Store Nourish Market

8100-E Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22102 ksherwood@nourishmarket.com (703) 819-6782

StarNut Gourmet

1445 Laughlin Avenue McLean, VA 22101 joe@Starnutgourmet.com (703) 749-9090

Government Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce Fairfax County Economic Development Authority 8300 Boone Blvd., Suite 450 Vienna, VA 22182 kvaughan@fceda.org (703) 790-0600

12000 Government Center Parkway Suite 432 Fairfax, VA 22035 vance.zavela@fairfaxcounty.gov (703) 324-5041

McLean Volunteer Fire Dept./Co. One

1455 Laughlin Avenue McLean, VA 22101 clark1013@cox.net (703) 356-6671 Virginia State Delegate Margi Vanderhye P.O. Box 6171 McLean, VA 22106 margi@vanderhye.com (703)821-1011

Visit Fairfax

7927 Jones Branch Drive South Wing 100 McLean, VA 22102 bbiggar@fxva.com (703) 790-0643

Graphic Design Quantitative Software Management, Inc

2000 Corporate Ridge, Suite 900 McLean, VA 22102 info@qsm.com (703) 790-0055

Grocery Giant Food

1454 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 ricche@comcast.net (703) 893-0377

1445 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 mcleanhardware@verizon.net (703) 356-5496

BREAKAWAY Fitness, Inc.

8405 Greensboro Drive, Suite P-110 McLean, VA 22102 breakawayfitness@breakawayfitness.com (703) 226-1425

Dream Yoga Studio & Wellness Center

1485 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 lfulbright@cox.net (703) 448-9642

Elm Street. Fitness & STS Personal Training 6867 Elm Street McLean, VA 22101 lrudd@cox.net (703) 442-0748

Legacy Management, Inc.

6728 Curran Street McLean, VA 22101 Legacy.Management.Inc@verizon.net (703) 388-2877

McLean Racquet & Health Club 1472 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 Ktighe@TighePatton.com (703) 356-3300

Pengu Studio

6809 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 info@penguStudio.com (571) 723-6200

Sport & Health Club

1760 Old Meadow Road McLean, VA 22102 myork@sportandhealth.com (703) 556-6556

USTA - Mid Atlantic Section

7926 Jones Branch Drive, Suite 120 McLean, VA 22102 binder@mas.usta.com 2011 | 71 (703) 556-6120


business by categories

Healthcare

Infant Retail

MCCP Foundation

Babyguard, Inc.

1616 Anderson Road McLean, VA 22102 mlsher@mccpfoundation.org (703) 286-0881

Home Inspector Clingenpeel Properties, Inc. 2530 Roswell Court Falls Church, VA 22043 clingprop@aol.com (703) 409-5292

Hotels Crowne Plaza Tysons Corner 1960 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22102 trish.drews@bfsaulco.com (703) 893-2100

Marriott Fairview Park

3111 Fairview Park Drive Falls Church, VA 22042 s&ra.hanus@marriott.com (703) 846-0214

Staybridge Suites McLean-Tysons Corner

1350 Beverly Road, Suite 115 McLean, VA 22101 babyguaRoad@babyguaRoadcom (703) 821-1231

Information Technology Base Technologies, Inc.

1749 Old Meadow Road, Suite 500 McLean, VA 22102 (703) 848-2400

Competitive Innovations, LLC 2724 Dorr Avenue, Suite 100G Fairfax, VA 22031 sales@cillc.com (703) 698-5000

Shahin Proposal Consulting 1603 Evers Drive McLean, VA 22101 ejshahin@verizon.net (703) 821-2764

Insurance AFLAC

6845 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 markwelker@gr&dukehotels.com (703) 336-5004

1604 Spring Hill Road, Suite 362 Vienna, VA 22182 raymond.chan@us-aflac.com (703) 546-8515

Tysons Corner Marriott

Capital Area Insurance Group

8028 Leesburg Pike Vienna, VA 22182 Paige.Solomone@marriott.com (703) 734-3200

1322 Vincent Place McLean, VA 22101 info@mycaig.com (703) 356-6922

Westin Hotel Tysons Corner

Farmers Insurance

7801 Leesburg Pike Falls Church, VA 22043 tkaltman-ahmed@Westintysonscorner.com (703) 893-1340

21525 Ridgetop Circle, Suite 100 Sterling, VA 20166 SLenehan@FarmersAgent.com (703) 829-2713

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Liberty Mutual

4000 Legato Road Fairfax, VA 22033 adrian.wilkerson@libertymutual.com (703) 385-4444

Lynn Heinrichs - State Farm 6842 Elm Street, Suite 101 McLean, VA 22101 lynn@lynnheinrichs.com (703) 827-0377

McLean Insurance Agency, Inc. 46179 West Lake Drive, Suite 300 Potomac Falls, VA 20165 dmegill@mcleaninsurance.com (703) 790-5770

Rhea Baker - State Farm Insurance 1953 Gallows Road, Suite 155 Vienna, VA 22182 rhea.baker.puyv@Statefarm.com (703) 847-6880

State Farm Insurance

8148 Electric Avenue Vienna, VA 22182 jonna.wooten.loy3@Statefarm.com (703) 560-7804

The Washington Group 1403 Pathfinder Lane McLean, VA 22101 bfrazer@finsvcs.com (703) 801-8013

Interior Design Color Wheel

1374 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 cboswell@colorwheel.net (703) 356-8477

Decor by Denise

1550 Northern Neck Drive, Suite 201 Vienna, VA 22182 dwillard@decorbydenise.com (703) 714-7343


business by categories

Interior Revivals

McHale Landscape Design, Inc.

Hokenson Group, Inc.

Levine Design Studio

Tree Doc Joe

Leap Frog Solutions Kensington

Washingtonian Interiors

Wheat’s Lawn & Custom Landscape, Inc.

Market Torque

9923 Lindel Lane Vienna, VA 22181 beth_leas@yahoo.com (703) 231-4897 675 East Street NW, #920 Washington, D.C. 20004 jlevine@levinedesignStudio.com (202) 628-0729 1317-A Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 sales@washinteriors.com (703) 207-0000

Jewelers Boone & Sons Jewelers, Inc. 1320 Old Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 booneandsonsva@aol.com (703) 734-3997

FACETS

10640 Page Avenue, Suite 300 Fairfax, VA 22030 aandere@facetscares.org (703) 352-6920

Mangan Jewelers

6801 Whittier Avenue, Suite 101 McLean, VA 22101 mangan.jewelers@verizon.net (703) 821-3344

Lawn & Gardens Green Mountain Landscaping Inc. P.O. Box 159 Spencerville, MD 20868 Info@GreenML.com (301) 879-2661

Land Art Design

1300 Vincent Place McLean, VA 22101

6819 Tennyson Drive McLean, VA 22101 philk@mchalelandscape.com (703) 760-8600 1693 Abbey Oak Drive Vienna, VA 22182 TreeDocJoe@gmail.com (703) 850-9118

8620 Park Street Vienna, VA 22180 wheats@wheats.com (703) 641-4882

Marketing & Advertising Calamity Media

P.O. Box 506 Dunn Loring, VA 22027 calamitymedia@aol.com (703) 442-9410

Captus Communications

6704 Old McLean Village Drive, Suite 100 McLean, VA 22101 dmullen@captuscomm.com (703) 542-4910

Consulting Out of the Box, LLP

1616 Anderson Road McLean, VA 22102 jmallek@consultingoutofthebox.net (703) 298-8406

EchoPoint Marketing Partners

21135 Whitefield Place, Suite 201 Potomac Falls, VA 20165 nlutkins@echopointmarketing.com (703) 626-6276

G3 Group/Graphics III Advertising, Inc. 832 L Oregon Avenue Linthicum, MD 21090 dan@g3group.com (800) 783-1799

1600 Tysons Blvd., 8th Floor McLean, VA 22102 jeff.hokenson@hokensongroup.com (703) 245-3050 Creative Worldwide, Inc. 10467 White Granite Drive, Suite 100 fhenry@leapfrogit.com (703) 556-3311 PO Box 6041 McLean, VA 11111 esummers@markettorque.com (703) 869-2538

Medical Clinic McLean Immediate Care

1340 Old Chain Bridge Road, Suite 101 McLean, VA 22102 sgpasicov@aol.com (703) 893-2273

PartnerMD

6862 Elm Street, Suite 700 McLean, VA 22101 sdherbert@partnermd.com (703) 288-3750

Mortgages 1st Portfolio Lending

8300 Boone Blvd., Suite 200 Vienna, VA 22182 fkolencik@firstphc.com (703) 564-9140

The Rosenbaum Lending Group at Access National Mortgage 8200 Greensboro Drive, Suite 1500 McLean, VA 22102 Bob@MyTalentedLender.com (703) 448-5900

Wells Fargo Home Mortgage

1320 Old Chain Bridge Road, Suite 320 McLean, VA 22101 gailmarie.goldrick@wellsfargo.com (703) 442-5330

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business by categories

Musical InStruction Voice By Linda

6615 Chesterfield Avenue McLean, VA 22101 linda@voicebylinda.com (703) 790-1526

Newspapers Gannett Co., Inc.

7950 Jones Branch Drive McLean, VA 22102 tmayman@gannett.com (703) 854-6846

Gannett/USA Today

7950 Jones Branch Drive McLean, VA 22102 eventspace@gannett.com (703) 854-3802

Sun Gazette

6465 Loisdale Road, Suite 610-B Springfield, VA 22150 skash@acnpapers.com (703) 738-2520

The McLean Ear

1505 Audmar Drive McLean, VA 22101 themcleanear.com (703) 442-3272

Times Community Newspapers

11710 Plaza America Drive, Suite 420 Reston, VA 20190 scahill@fairfaxtimes.com (703) 437-5400

Washington Business Journal 1555 Wilson Blvd., Suite 400 Arlington, VA 22209 kmuscolino@bizjournals.com (703) 258-0870

Non-Profit CharityWorks

1616 Anderson Road McLean, VA 22102 charityworks@aol.com (703) 286-0758

Dominican Retreat, McLean 7103 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 gbattista@cox.net (703) 356-4243

Homestretch, Inc.

370 S. Washington Street Falls Church, VA 22046 cfay@homestretch-inc.org (703) 237-2035

Jill’s House, Inc.

P.O. Box 9104 McLean, VA 22102 tkey@jillshouse.org (703) 639-5660

PRS, Inc.

1761 Old Meadow Road, Suite 100 McLean, VA 22102 tdemartino@prsinc.org (703) 531-6321

SHARE, Inc.

P.O. Box 210 McLean, VA 22101 vkimm@verizon.net (703) 284-2179

Wheels to Africa

3550 North Somerset Street Arlington, VA 22213 d_duncan@comcast.net (703) 534-3723

Office Supplies First Call Office Products 7611-A Rickenbacker Road Gaithersburg, MD 20879 chris@firstcallop.com (301) 963-8080

Goeller’s Office & Art Supply 6825 - A Redmond Drive McLean, VA 22101 mgoel88926@aol.com (703) 356-4449

Proshred of Northern Virginia 45668 Terminal Drive, Suite 150 Sterling, VA 20166 Steve.theobald@proshred.com (571) 262-7621

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Staples Business Advantage 1945 Old Gallows Road McLean, VA 22182 eric.fakunle@Staples.com (240) 602-5854

Opticians Edmonds Optician of McLean 6832 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 samtate@aol.com (703) 790-0377

Optometrists McLean Eyecare Center

1340 Old Chainbridge Road, Suite 102 McLean, VA 22101 McLeanec2020@gmail.com (703) 893-2020

Painters Master Painters

10633 Summer Oak Court Burke, VA 22015 masterpainters@cox.net (571) 723-1606

Parks & Facilities Claude Moore Colonial Farm 6310 Georgetown Pike McLean, VA 22101 aeberly@1771.org (703) 847-0710

Payroll Services Paychex

3060 Williams Drive, Suite 200 Fairfax, VA 22031 lcramer@paychex.com (703) 698-6910


business by categories

Performing Arts

Photo Services

Alden Theater

Langley Photo & Digital

1234 Ingleside Avenue McLean, VA 22101 sabrina.anwah@fairfaxcounty.gov (703) 790-0123

First Stage

1524 Springhill Road #LL (P.O. Box 9384) McLean, VA 22102 mkrikstan@1ststagespringhill.org (202) 306-5803

McLean Community Players, Inc. 1407 Grady Randall Court McLean, VA 22101 philomike@verizon.net (703) 209-8257

McLean Orchestra

P.O. Box 760 McLean, VA 22101 exec@mclean-orchestra.org (703) 893-8646

Pets-BoaRding Always There Pet Care 130 W. Jefferson Street Falls Church, VA 22046 atpc01@aol.com (703) 237-5522

Pets-Retail Wylie Wagg for Pets

7505 Leesburg Pike Idylwood Plaza Center Falls Church, VA 22043 info@wyliewagg.com (703) 748-0022

Pharmacy Medicine Chest Pharmacy

6823 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 medcheset@themedchest.com (703) 827-0990

1364 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 lab@langleypd.com (703) 790-9300

Photographers Ashton Imaging Inc.

1364 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 jennifer@ashtonimaging.com (703) 568-2700

William B. Folsom Photography, Inc. 7600 Tremayne Place, Suite 104 McLean, VA 22102 wfolsom@attglobal.net (571) 213-8696

Lee’s Photography

6712 Old McLean Village Drive McLean, VA 22101 leesphotography@gmail.com (703) 760-4988

PlaStic & ReconStructive Surgery Virginia Oral, Facial & Implant Surgery

7601 Lewinsville Road, Suite 203 McLean, VA 22102 cindy@virginiaoralimplantsurgery.com (703) 388-2805

Plumbing My Plumber

9975 Pennsylvania Avenue Manassas, VA 20110 mark@myplumber.com (703) 367-7900

Printing & Copying Services Allegra Print & Imaging

1577 Spring Hill Road, Suite 110 Vienna, VA 22182 day@printallegra.net (703) 556-0155

Production Solutions, Inc

1953 Gallows Road, Suite 600 Vienna, VA 22182 wlizama@psmail.com (703) 734-5700

Promotional Products Supplier AdZig Logo Promotions 1390 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 sheri@adzig.com (703) 309-5502

Bernstein Communications 1400 Whitley Drive Vienna, VA 22182 Berncomm@gmail.com (703) 759-9512

Property Management Metro Management Services, LLC 1483 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 102 McLean, VA 22101 jroot@metromgt.com (703) 288-0738

Stellar Management

8777 First Avenue Silver Spring, MD 20910 keberhardt@Stellarmanagement.com (301) 238-4290

Public Relations Corallo Comstock

520 N. Washington Street Alexandria, VA 22101 barbara@corallocomstock.com (703) 336-2910

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business by categories

Real EState-Commercial Avison Young

7901 Jones Branch Drive, Suite 130 Mclean, VA 22102 Dan.Gonzalez@avisonyoung.com (703) 288-2700

FitzGerald Properties

1447 G-I Dolley Madison Blvd. McLean, VA 22101 chip@fitzprop.com (703) 821-1750 (703)448-7397

McLean Square Associates 1420 Beverly Road, Suite 130 McLean, VA 22101 gmtawil@gmail.com (703) 821-8775

Long & Foster Realtors

8227 Old Courthouse Road Vienna, VA 22182 francis.dillow@longandfoStreeter.com (703) 556-8600

M.C. Hnandley, Ltd.

1450 Emerson Avenue #311 McLean, VA 22101 MCH10@earthlink.net (703) 538-2411

Pam Milan & Associates

1915 B Chain Bridge Road, #79 McLean, VA 22101 (202) 713-3117 DustinPMilan@gmail.com

The Annie Lauler Corporation

Real EState-Sales

1421 Dolley Madison Blvd. McLean, VA 22101 forsail97@gmail.com (703) 821-2555

Ault Real Estate Group

The Huckaby Briscoe Group

1616 Anderson Road, Suite 100 McLean, VA 22102 bault@aultrealesategroup.com (703) 821-1030

Century 21 New Millennium 6629 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 jason.carrier@c21nm.com (703) 556-4222

Kalis Development Corporation 1420 Springhill Road, Suite 600 McLean, VA 22102 nkalis@kaliscompanies.com (703) 917-6632

Koenig Realty

6819 Elm Street. McLean, VA 22101 classbob@aol.com (703) 356-3000

Long & Foster Realtors

1311 A Dolley Madison Blvd. McLean, VA 22101 (703) 790-1990

6820 Elm Street McLean, VA 22101 homes@hbgroup.us (703) 734-0192

TTR Sotheby’s International Realty 6723 Whittier Avenue, Suite 101 McLean, VA 22101 derrick.swaak@sothebysrealty.com (703) 319-3344

Remodeling Commonwealth Home Remodelers 208-A Dominion Road

Vienna, VA 22180 susan@commonwealthhome.com (703) 255-9861

Hafer Construction, Inc. 39314 Karlino Court Hamilton, VA 20158 dhafer@hafercon.com (703) 421-0117

Rendon Remodeling & Design, LLC 112 Elm Tree Lane Sterling, VA 20164 michael@rendonremodeling.com (703) 444-3127

The Handy Mensch

11705 Waples Mill Road Oakton, VA 22124 lenny@handymensch.com (703) 431-2731

Sun Design Remodeling Specialists, Inc. 703.425.5588 info@sundesigninc.com SunDesignInc.com 6862 Elm Street, Suite 330 McLean, VA 22101

Research Foundation

Tysons Realty

National Heritage Foundation

7641 Leesburg Pike Tysons Corner, VA 22043 TysonsRealty@aol.com (703) 893-6700

6201 Leesburg Pike, Suite 405 Falls Church, VA 22044 jan@nhf.org (703) 538-8877

Weichert Realty

Residential Leasing

8722 Woodside Court McLean, VA 22102 JimABryant@aol.com (703) 893-9811

Weichert Realty

6257 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 arada@weichert.com (703) 863-8842

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Post Tysons Corner

1526 Lincoln Circle McLean, VA 22102 edwardschellenger@postproperties.com (703) 734-3030


business by categories

Restaurants Assaggi Osteria

6641 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 info@AssaggiOsteria.com (703) 918-0080

Chop-N-Chicken

1375 Beverly Road McLean, VA 22101 chopnchicken@gmail.com (703) 288-5058

J.R.’s Stockyards Inn & Custom Catering 8130 Watson Street McLean, VA 22102 admin@jrsbeef.com (703) 893-3390

Cafe Oggi

6671 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 cafeoggi@yahoo.com (703) 442-7360

Da Domenico Ristorante Italiano 1992 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22102 syed@zeffirelliriStreetorante.com (703) 790-9000

Evo Bistro

1313 Old Chain Bridge Road Mclean, VA 22101 maureen@evobistro.com (703) 288-4422

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar 1960-A Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 tysons_corner@ flemingssteakhouse.com (703) 442-8384

F.U.E.L. Energy Cafe

1800 Old Meadow Road McLean, VA 22102 kenstewart@fueledup.com (703) 448-9481

Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant 7861-L Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22102 thart@gbrestaurants.com (703) 388-5454

J. Gilbert’s Wood Fired Steak & Seafood

Bloomingdale’s

La Sandia Mexican Kitchen & Bar

Old Navy

7852 L Tysons Corner Center McLean, VA 22102 mflores@richardsandoval.com (703) 893-2222

1961 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22102 marsha_wooten@Stores.gap.com (703) 356-0429

Lebanese Taverna

Prawda

1840 International Drive McLean, VA 22102 susan@lebanesetaverna.com (703) 847-5244

1479 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 info@Studioprawda.com (703) 657-9110

McCormick & Schmick’s

SOFIO Fine Custom Clothing

8484 Westpark Drive. McLean, VA 22102 kgreen@msmg.com (703) 848-8000

1477 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 201 McLean, VA 22101 michael@sofioCustom.com (703) 462-8880

McLean Family Restaurant

Verizon Wireless

6930 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 3823@houlihans.com (703) 893-1034

1321 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 info@MFR.com (703) 356-9883

Panache Restaurant 1753 Pinnacle Drive McLean, VA 22102 tysons@panache.com (703) 748-1919

Rocco’s Italian Restaurant 1357 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 (703) 821-3736

Retail Art & Frame of Falls Church 111 Park Avenue

Falls Church, VA 22046 bevrocco@msn.com (703) 534-4202

Beijo Handbags

6509 HarveStreet Mill Court Centreville, VA 20121 bagstodifor@verizon.net (703) 502-1090

8100 Tysons Corner Center McLean, VA 22102 kit.manougian@bloomingdales.com (703) 556-4519

Reston Business Center 11830 Spectrum CTR Reston, VA 20190 Eric.Movshin@verizonwireless.com (703) 819-8962

East & Beyond, Ltd.

6727 Curran Street McLean, VA 22101 eandbeyond@aol.com (703) 448-8200

Retired Thamir Al’Hashimi P.O. Box 891 McLean, VA 22101 tsa435@aol.com (703) 893-0397

Virginia Foley

7118 Churchill Road McLean, VA 22101 vfoley9000@cox.net (703) 356-2427

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business by categories

Retirement & Life-Care Community Chesterbrook Residences 2030 Westmoreland Street Falls Church, VA 22043 mking@cri-va.org (703) 531-0781

Home Care Assistance

6723 Curran Street McLean, VA 22101 ekahn@homecareassistance.com (703) 356-4333 (703) 356-4442

Vinson Hall Corporation 6251 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 arvetter@vinsonhall.org (703) 536-4344

Salon & Spa Hair For All Seasons & Spa 6716 Whittier Avenue McLean, VA 22101 paulfootloose@aol.com (703) 356-8844

Hier & Haines Salon

6236 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 annette@hierandhaines.com (703) 538-4300

Lisalon

6257 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 cuisgroup@yahoo.com (703) 847-9046

Prima Hair & Day Spa

1420 Beverly Road, Suite 100 McLean, VA 22101 contact@primasalonandspa.com (703) 848-2640

Salon Michel

1400 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 salonmichel@erols.com (703) 442-7323

Shu-Mei Facial Beauty

6728 Curran Street McLean, VA 22101 shumei@shumeifacialbeauty.com (703) 556-9441

School Organizations Franklin Sherman

Elementary School PTA 6038 Crimson Court McLean, VA 22101 lisavogt@verizon.net (703) 442-8648

McLean High School

Band Parents Association

1633 Davidson Road McLean, VA 22101 kathy.key@cox.net (703) 536-3937

McLean High School Theater Boosters Association 1633 Davidson Road McLean, VA 22101 info@mcleanhstheatre.org

Schools The Langley School

1411 Balls Hill Road McLean, VA 22101 headsoffice@langleyschool.org (703) 356-1920

Annandale Workforce Development Northern Virginia Community College 7630 Little River Turnpike Annandale, VA 22003 wgary@nvcc.edu (703) 323-2399

Chesterbrook Preschool & Child Care 1711 Kirby Road McLean, VA 22101 Chesterbrookpre@aol.com (703) 854 1691

Everest College

1430 Spring Hill Road, Suite 200 McLean, VA 22102 sdelozier@cci.edu (703) 288-3131

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Kent Gardens Elementary School 1717 Melbourne Drive McLean, VA 22101 robyn.hooker@fcps.edu (703) 394-5600

Longfellow Middle School PTA 2000 Westmoreland Street Falls Church, VA 22043 treasurer@longfellowpta.org (703) 848-4796

Montessori School of McLean (Pre K-6) 1711 Kirby Roa McLean, VA 22101 legrandtr@hotmail.com (703) 790-1049

Paul Mitchell the School

8090 L Tysons Corner Center McLean, VA 22102 nicolep@pmtStreetysons.com (703) 288-0008

The Potomac School

1301 Potomac School Road McLean, VA 22101 gjones@potomacschool.org (703) 749-6323

Senior Services Caring Transitions

4610 Country Lane Annandale, VA 22003 jculotta@caringtransitions.net (703) 250-2553

Shipping, Packaging & Mailing Sonic Couriers, Inc.

P.O. Box 9162 McLean, VA 22102 soniccouri@earthlink.net (703) 761-6161

The UPS Store of McLean

1350 Beverly Road/Ashby Building McLean, VA 22101 Store0045@theupsStore.com (703) 448-8044


business by categories

Shopping Centers Tysons Corner Center The Macerich Co.

1961 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 105 McLean, VA 22102 (703) 893-9401

Signs FASTSIGNS

1980 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22102 57@fastsigns.com (703) 760-9300

Sliding Contractor Shiner Roofing, Inc

8305-G Merrifield Avenue Fairfax, VA 22031 (703) 560-7663/(703)560-1347

Software Engineers Soft Matter Consulting

1602 Dunterry Place McLean, VA 22101 mani.qazi@softmatterconsulting.com (703) 819-6699

Staffing Services Administaff

1650 Tyson’s Blvd., Suite 600 McLean, VA 22102 clay_davis@administaff.com (703) 821-7303

ADP

401 N. Washington Street, #200 Rockville, MD 20850 Danielle_Lindo@adp.com (609) 618-9515

Express Employment Professionals 1313 Dolley Madison Blvd., Suite 303 McLean, VA 22101 tim.horgan@expresspros.com (703) 749-1213

Xact Check

2141 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E-2 Washington, DC 20007 contact@XactCheck.com (866) 373-5655

Synagogues Sharon Masonic Lodge # 327 999 Balls Hill Road McLean, VA 22101 robertwieland1@aol.com (703) 821-1486

Title Company Paul-Tittle Search Group

1485 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 304 McLean, VA 22101 officemanager@paul-tittle.com (703) 442-0500

Travel Agency Quality Travel Services

7921 Jones Branch Drive, Suite 390 McLean, VA 22102 Joubran@aol.com (703) 556-9010

Trophy Shop Crystalake Engravers

1822 Creek Crossing Road Vienna, VA 22182 clengraver@engrave.org (703) 255-3134

Title, Escrow & Settlement Dominion Title Corporation 1144C Walker Road Great Falls, VA 22066 Paul@DominionTitle.com (703) 757-9500

Tutoring SCORE! Educational Center 6228 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 julie.gallo@Kaplan.com (703) 532.7723

Veterinarians Old Dominion Animal Health Center 6719 Lowell Avenue McLean, VA 22101 jgooding@odahcenter.com (703) 356-5582

Video Production The Johnson Group

6800 Fleetwood Road, Suite 100 McLean, VA 22101 bjohnson@thejgroup.com (703) 356-4004

Web Design & Development Cavendo Corporation

9500 Technology Drive, Suite 210 Manassas, VA 20110 jarehart@cavendo.com (703) 530-6555

Inter Intra IT Intelligence Inc. 3330 South 28th Street, # 201 Alexandria, VA 22302 ewyss@interintrait.com (703) 820-0664

Wine Store Cecile’s Wine Cellar

1351 Chain Bridge Road McLean, VA 22101 dhouse@cdouglashouse.com (703) 356-6500

The Vineyard

1445 Laughlin Avenue McLean, VA 22101 info@thevineyardva.com (703) 288-2970

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McLean Chamber of Commerce Membership Application The Greater McLean Chamber of Commerce is in the McLean/Tysons business corridor, giving businesses and professionals a strong voice and an opportunity to connect. The GMCC’s mission is to develop and promote economic vitality and work towards the betterment of the business community. Membership is open to Independent Professionals, Small Business Owners, Corporations and Non-Profits. Each member is a valued part of our success. We look forward to partnering with you. Membership benefits include: • an online business listing with clickable web link • • a business listing in the printed business guide • • business referrals and networking events • • LeadShare, a monthly referral group • • Partnership Advantage, a member-to-member discount program • • Executive Dialogue, a best practices and troubleshooting meeting for business principals • Membership Levels

One Directory Listing - One Representative Non-Profit - $100 Independent Professional - $250 Two Directory Listing - Two Directory Representatives 2-5 Employees - $275 6-10 Employees - $300 Three Directory Listing - Three Directory Representatives 11-25 Employees - $350 26-50 Employees - $450 51-100 Employees - $600 Four Directory Listing - Four Directory Representatives 101-150 Employees - $800 151-250 Employees - $975 250-500 Employees - $1,500 501-1000 Employees - $2,950 1001-2000 Employees - $3,750 Over 2001 Employees - $4,750 No Directory Listing Student (Under 21) - $50 Community Liaison - $150


MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION and payment form Membership Level: _____________________________________ Number of Employees: ___________________________________ Business or Organization Name:_____________________________ Member Name:_______________________________________ Business Type: ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Amount enclosed: _____ (payable to Greater McLean Chamber of Commerce) Visa/MC/AMEX:______________________________ Credit Card number: _______________________________________________ Expiration Date: ___________ Name as it appears on the credit card: __________________________________________________ Credit card billing address:_____________________________________________________________________________________ Mailing address:_____________________________________________________________________________________________ City State Zip code Referred for Membership by: __________________________________________________ Directory Listing: ex. Child Care, Financial Advisor, Non-profit, Physician, Real Estate, Restaurant. Non-profits and Independent Contractors receive one (1) category listing. 2-10 Employee Level Memberships receive two (2) listings; 11-100 Employee Level Memberships receive three (3) listings. Membership Levels higher receive four (4) listings. My business needs more directory listings. I want to add more at $25.00 per listing. No thanks, here are the directory listings available with my Membership Level. Target Client: (tell us who you are looking to connect with) ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Member Offer: (List any discount and/or incentive offers available exclusively to fellowChamber members) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Primary Contact: _______________________________________________ Title: _________________________________________ Business Phone: ____________________________________Ex.______ Fax: ____________________________________________ Business Address: ___________________________________________________________________________________________ City: ____________________________________ State: __________ Zip: _______________________________________________ E-mail______________________________________ Website:________________________________________________________ Business Service Description: (For webpage profile. Limited to 500 characters. Please attach as a separate page) Additional Contact: ____________________________________________ Title: _________________________________________ (If Membership Level Allows) Business Phone: _____________________Ex:______ Fax: _________________Email:____________________________________ Additional Contact: ____________________________________________ Title: _________________________________________ (If Membership Level Allows) Business Phone: _____________________Ex:______ Fax: _________________Email:____________________________________ Additional Contact: ____________________________________________ Title: _________________________________________ (If Membership Level Allows) Business Phone: _____________________Ex:______ Fax: _________________Email:____________________________________

Greater McLean Chamber of Commerce JOIN us to CONNECT with others and GROW your business! 1437 Balls Hill Road • McLean, VA 22101 Tel. 703-356-5424 • Fax 703-356-9244 • info@mcleanchamber.org www.mcleanchamber.org


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