Baltimore, MD
750 East Pratt Street
Suite 900
Baltimore, MD 21202
+1 410.244.7400

Los Angeles, CA
2049 Century Park East
Suite 2300
Los Angeles, CA 90067
+1 310.229.9900

New York, NY
Rockefeller Center
1270 Avenue of the Americas
24th Floor
New York, NY 10020
+1 212.307.5500

San Francisco, CA
101 California Street
Suite 3800
San Francisco, CA 94111
+1 415.653.3750

Towson, MD
210 West Pennsylvania Avenue
Suite 500
Towson, MD 21204
+1 410.494.6200

Tysons, VA
8010 Towers Crescent Drive
Suite 300
Tysons, VA 22182
+1 703.760.1600

Washington, DC
600 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001
+1 202.344.4000

Wilmington, DE 
1201 North Market Street
Suite 1400
Wilmington, DE 19801
+1 302.298.3535

Tysons, VA

The current time is: 7:41 PM
8010 Towers Crescent Drive
Suite 300
Tysons, VA 22182
T +1 703.760.1600
F +1 703.821.8949
Directions to the Tysons Office


Parking is available in various areas of the parking garage. Visitors are encouraged to park on the P1 level of the parking garage to gain direct access to our building.  Parking is validated at reception.


Take Metro's Silver Line to the Tysons Corner Station. From the metro station:
  1. Head West
  2. Turn left toward Tysons One Place
  3. Turn left onto Tysons Once Place
  4. Turn right onto Towers Crescent Drive
  5. Turn right onto Towers Crescent Plaza

Total walking distance is 0.8 miles, taking approximately 17 minutes. 

Find more information on Metro's Silver Line here or use the Metro Trip Planner.

Companies across Northern Virginia turn to the attorneys in Venable's Tysons office for counsel on the legal issues faced by startup and established companies alike. With a special focus on the technology and federal contracting industries, Venable’s Tysons attorneys advise clients on labor and employment, corporate transactions, commercial litigation, intellectual property, tax and wealth planning, transportation, and real estate and land use issues. In addition, lawyers in the office have extensive experience in dealing with the particular challenges of competing for and winning government contracts in the traditional industries of aerospace and defense, telecommunications, information technology, engineering services and systems integration and the new industries of food and hospitality services, pharmaceutical, biotechnology and health care.