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Overview

Using Simon family funds from the sale of Carnegie Hall, Reston is a young, planned community founded in 1964. Comprised of five village centers and one town center with a focus on quality of life without sacrificing privacy, this internationally known edge city incorporates higher density housing to conserve open space and includes mixed-use areas for industry and businesses, recreation and education.

Designed to follow guiding principles of living, working and playing in every stage of life regardless of income level, Reston was the first modern, post-war planned community. Its planned business district features main businesses, high-rise and low-rise commercial buildings for shops, restaurant, offices, a cinema and hotel. Located within Washington D.C. metropolitan area, Reston occupies 17.4 square miles with population of 58,404 at the 2010 Census.

Emulating the coastal Italian town of Portofino, Lake Anne Plaza was the first section of the community to be built. Chain stores or chain restaurants are not allowed in Lake Anne, so all are local businesses. Lake Anne is one of two locations of Reston Community Center, which features community cultural events, activities, sports, arts and recreation, including an indoor pool open year-round. Reston Association is a non-profit community organization supported by a per-household fee for all residential properties that provides municipal, government-like services.

 

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Economy

Types of Businesses

Many residents commute to nearby government and military contract positions. Major businesses in Reston are retail, office and business markets. Top employers in Reston include:

Economic Growth

Fairfax County Planning Commission approved a 2016 redevelopment plan that will include expanding the retail space, enlarging the plaza and adding green spaces.

Local Information

Schools

Fairfax County Public Schools, Montessori and private schools serve the educational needs of Reston Village communities.

Hospitals

Specializing in Cardiac, Cancer and Emergency or Urgent care, Reston Hospital Center is a mid-size, acute care and surgical hospital in the heart of Town Center. Inova Emergency Center serves the emergency needs of the Reston communities.

Taxes

Property taxes in Fairfax County are $1.130 per $100 assessed value. 2016 Annual assessment $657 payable in one lump sum or six installments. Transfer fee of $271 to Reston Association at closing that can be credited the following year under certain terms.

Crime Rates

Reston had decreases and was second lowest crime rates of nine stations in 2015 at 6.54 percent for property crime compared to the highest station at 24.49 percent in McClean, and 7.54 percent for crimes against society compared to 13.61 percent, respectively. According to the Fairfax County Police Department Statistical Report for the years 2014 and 2015, Reston’s crime rates compare as follows:

Assault victims up from 667 to 715
Homocide offenses up from 0 to 1
Kidnapping/Abduction offenses 11 for both years
Sex offenses down from 27 to 21
Property crimes up from 2,348 to 2,355

Popular Neighborhoods

Each neighborhood has its own public swimming pool and shared amenities like golf and tennis courses.

Hunters Woods is located southwest of Reston Community Center. This Village Center population is about 17,900 among 6,800 households. Average household income is in the $106,000 range. most of its retail space is occupied, including a Mathnasium and Conservatory Ballet.

Tall Oaks is convenient to Wiehle-Reston East Metro Wiehle-Reston East Metrorail, and this Village Center includes a senior living community.

Hickory Cluster, designed by renowned architect Charles M. Goodman FAIA, reflects his avant-garde passion in its treehouse views from cubist townhouses with international architecture and style. Homes consistently sell near the $400,000 range. Centered around Lake Anne, a one million dollar restoration project is underway to enhance the stream area and create more recreational space. Walkable community close to schools, shopping and the new Silverline Metrorail station and 15 minutes from Dulles International Airport.

Culture, Lifestyle

Fine Arts, music, sports, and outdoor recreation and relaxation are key in all Reston communities. Amenities and annual events include: