The first buildings have gone up and retail and restaurant tenants are being sought for a huge expansion of the Reston Town Center project just off of 267 at Reston Parkway.
Picture soaring buildings with streets filled with shops and restaurants and residences and offices above. That’s the vision for the project that will fill the up the land between the current Reston Town Center and the Metro stop on the (supposedly) soon-to-launch Silver Line.
According to promotional material for this next phase of the RTC, it will include more than 100,000 s.f. of retail space, 1.85 million s.f. of office space, 2,000 residences, a 570-room hotel, and lots of outdoor plazas and gathering spaces.
You can see artist renderings of the future Reston Town Center expansion in the image carousel above.
Currently, the first two buildings are up and tenants are moving into the offices, including Volkswagen of America and Fannie Mae. Meanwhile, on the ground floor of these buildings, there are retail spaces that are currently being marketed to future tenants.
There’s no word yet on who might be considering a spot there, or when stores might actually start opening.
Beyond the first two buildings coming online soon, future plans call for another half a dozen or more buildings, many of them with retail and restaurants filling the ground floor spaces. The entire project will extend out years into the future, and, of course, details of the plans could change.
Still not going back to RTC because of the paid parking.
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