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Tiffany & Co., Tysons Corner


The Tiffany & Co. store at Fairfax Square was its first entry into the Washington, D.C. market and Metropolitan’s first development to incorporate luxury retail. As part of the transaction, Metropolitan was required to compliment the tenancy of Tiffany & Co. with other luxury retailers opening within the same time frame. Metropolitan completed lease negotiations with Hermès of Paris, Gucci, Fendi, Louis Vuitton, and Morton’s of Chicago to become Washington’s first and largest luxury mixed-use development.

The Tiffany & Company store at Fairfax Square is the second largest store after Tiffany & Company’s flagship store on Fifth Avenue in New York. The three building project was designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill; and it became the local headquarters for distinguished corporate tenants such as AT&T, Ernst & Young, Merrill Lynch and PaineWebber.


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