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Fairfax, VA - Office Market Overview

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The Fairfax commercial real estate market includes the Courthouse Plaza, Fair Lakes, and Fairfax Associates office submarkets. While the City of Fairfax itself is home to less than 25,000 people, it is also part of the greater Washington D.C.- Northern Virginia metro area, which is home to over 6 million residents. Located just 17 miles from Washington D.C., the economy of Fairfax is driven by its proximity to the nation's capital.

As of mid-2017 the Greater Fairfax office market encompasses nearly 12.5 million square feet of existing office space in properties larger than 50,000 square feet. A strong and deep mix of business, including education, government, and technology, all help to drive the demand for commercial real estate in Fairfax, VA.

Fairfax, VA - Office Inventory Description

Recently rated as #3 among the top 25 places to live well by Forbes Magazine, Fairfax is able to almost effortlessly attract business of all types. The city also contributes more than its share to the Washington D.C. metro area's gross annual product of $436 billion. The demand for office space in Fairfax is consistently strong. Nearly 50% of the office space in Fairfax is Class A or A+, while Class B office space accounts for 46% of Fairfax office market inventory.

The Centerpointe office submarket in Fairfax is one of the many areas in the city that sees predictable demand from Class A tenants and professional commercial real estate investors. Located south of the Lee Jackson Memorial Highway between Route 608 and State Route 66, this part of Fairfax is home to Class A office buildings such as One Monument Place, Centerpointe II, and One Fair Oaks Plaza at 4114 Legato Road.

Fairfax, VA Commercial Inventory Breakdown

Office Spaces

Total: 12,788,946 SF

Data provided by Yardi Matrix, properties over 50k SF, includes office with retail

By square footage range:

  • 50k to 100k SF: 3,273,574 SF / 25.6% of total office
  • 100k to 500k SF: 9,515,372 SF / 74.4% of total office

By class:

  • Class A: 6,737,822 SF / 52.68% of total office
  • Class B: 5,758,387 SF / 45.03% of total office
  • Class C: 292,737 SF / 2.29% of total office

Top 10 Largest Office Buildings

in Fairfax

Office building Address Sqft Year built
Prosperity Metro Plaza 2675 Prosperity Avenue, 22031 326,519 2001
12900 Federal Systems Park Drive 12900 Federal Systems Park Drive, 22033 309,757 1991
11250 Waples Mill Road 11250 Waples Mill Road, 22030 304,770 1989
Argon Plaza 12701 Fair Lakes Circle, 22033 273,539 1988
CGI Building 12601 Fair Lakes Circle, 22033 259,209 1995
Prosperity Medical Center I, II & III 8501 Arlington Blvd, 22031 253,293 2001
One Monument Place 12150 Monument Drive, 22033 221,538 1990
The Atrium at Fair Lakes 12902 Federal Systems Park Drive, 22033 220,045 1986
One Fair Oaks Plaza 4114 Legato Road, 22033 218,000 1986
Hunters Branch 2 9302 Lee Hwy, 22031 216,324 1989

Most Recently-Built Office Buildings

in Fairfax

Office building Address Sqft Year built
Fairfax Corner Commons East 4097 Monument Corner Drive, 22030 155,000 2018
Pender Professional Center 3901 Fair Ridge Drive, 22033 77,600 2015
Fairfax Falls Church Community Services Board - Merrifield Center 8221 Willow Oaks Corporate Drive, 22031 196,455 2014
Inova Fair Oaks Hospital - Medical Office Building IV 3580 Joseph Siewick Drive, 22033 112,482 2014
Inova Fair Oaks MOB 3 3620 Joseph Siewick Drive, 22033 100,952 2009
University Medical Building 3801 University Drive, 22030 25,000 2009
Old Town Plaza 3925 Chain Bridge Road, 22030 91,000 2007
Bridgewater Corporate Center 11325 Random Hills Road, 22030 198,062 2006
Fairfax Surgical Center 10730 Main Street, 22030 27,455 2006
Fair Lakes VII 12730 Fair Lakes Circle, 22033 152,507 2003

Fairfax, VA - Green Office Space


The demand for energy-efficient office space is growing across the country, and developers in Fairfax are beginning to meet this demand. While there is currently a little less than 200,000 square feet of green office space in Fairfax, the city is home to some very impressive green office buildings. Among them is the Bridgewater Corporate Center on Random Hills Road. Built in 2006, this Class A office building brings over 198,000 square feet of LEED Gold-certified office space to the Random Hills commercial real estate submarket of Fairfax.

The National Green Building Adoption Index surveyed the top 30 office markets in the country to gauge how adoption of energy-efficient, green office space has changed over time. The reports looks at buildings that are classified as “green”, that hold a LEED certification or Energy Star rating. Since 2005, the percentage of green office space has increased to 38% across the top 30 office markets in the U.S.

Fairfax, VA's Top Office-Using Sectors

The Fairfax commercial real estate market is driven by the top office-using sectors of healthcare, education, technology, and large corporate office-users.

  • Healthcare – The Fairfax Rehabilitation & Nursing Center, Inova Health System, and the Kaiser Health Foundation are some of the largest employers and users of white-collar office space in the Fairfax metro area.
  • Education – George Mason University is Virginia's largest public educational institution and also attracts a large number of white collar office employers to Fairfax, Virginia.
  • Technology – Demand for Class A office space comes from firms such as G4S Secure Solutions, Zeta Associates, and Multivision, Inc.
  • Corporate Office – Companies in this top office-using sector in the Fairfax region include Dominion Energy, Amazon Web Services, and BAE Systems.

Fairfax Demographics


  • Total Population23,580
  • Male Population(49.3 %) 11,621
  • Female Population(50.7 %) 11,959
  • Median Age39.00


  • Average Household Income$128,527
  • Median Household Income$106,870
  • Median Income Under 25$21,875
  • Median Income 25-44$112,981
  • Median Income 45-64$125,208
  • Median Income Over 65$77,112


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