Fairfax County has accepted five applications so far for the long-awaited redevelopment of Tysons Corner — each of them arriving from giant companies in nearby McLean.

Real estate development firms Cityline Partners and Georgelas Group were the first two to have their applications cleared and put online.

Also in the mix are McLean-based Capital One, a financial products and services company; McLean-based Science Applications International Corp., a science, engineering and technology company; and McLean-based MITRE, a giant non-profit charged with managing a handful of federally funded research and development centers.

Cityline Partners proposed a 340,000 square foot office building near the future site of Tysons East Metro station. Georgelas Group proposes 18 buildings. About half of the space would be for offices, 41 percent for residential development, about 8 percent for hotels and 3 percent for retail space.

Application details for Capital One, SAIC and MITRE will become available later this month.