Doesn't look New Urbanist to me. Too much surface parking that could be otherwise useful real estate. I don't see the density/attention to the pedestrian experience/use mixing that I feel it would need to meet that classification.
One thing I feel that has been instrumental in development patterns a-la big box style is the proximity of land to freeway offramps/large arterial roads. Given the large amount of car traffic that is delivered (and can be expected to be delivered in the future), there really is no impetus to stress density or the pedestrian environment at the sake of traffic movement. the point is to get the automobile traffic off the freeway, into the parking lot of the mall, and back onto the freeway with as much ease as possible. There doesn't seem to be a driving urge to incorporate residences into these developments, as infrastructure can bring mass amounts of people to the location on a whim.
On another note, it will be interesting to see how the redevelopment of Tyson's Corner due to the introduction of the Metro proceeds, I think we'll learn a lot from that.