Reston Town Center
Reston Town Center is designed with open avenues and with wide sidewalks. It is built around Fountain Square, a medium-sized open area between the surrounding shops. The main landmark in Fountain Square is Mercury Fountain, designed by Saint Clair Cemin. Directly in front of Mercury Fountain is Market Street, and across the street is the Pavilion. The Pavilion doubles as a covered open-air ice rink during the winter and as a concert and event venue throughout the rest of the year. Adjacent to the fountain are the One & Two Fountain Square buildings with the One & Two Freedom Square buildings located one block to the west. The center is surrounded by street parking and several parking garages. Reston Town Center’s “downtown” area has more than 50 retail shops and 30 restaurants. In addition, Reston Town Center has a 13-screen cinema which was recently renovated, and a Hyatt Regency hotel. Since the most recent phase of construction in 2009, Reston Town Center, in the past known more so for its shopping, dining, and entertainment, has also developed into a location for businesses and residences.
Yes, there are 2 stops in Reston. One that is Wiehe-Reston East and the other one is being built at the Reston Town Center that is coming soon. Both are accessible via the silver line.
Reston is still growing like crazy! With that being said, with new construction, new metro stops, and more companies coming to Reston, we see home values increasing overtime!
Most of the condos in the Reston Town Center are not apart of Reston Association – they have their own condo fee associations.
The Wiehle-Reston East and Reston Town Center metro stations, the Fairfax Connector, Capital bikeshare