Reston Business Area

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Reston Town CenterWorld-renowned as one of the earliest and most successful master-planned communities, Reston was designed to balance a strong job base with a high quality of life and diverse housing options. Midway between Tysons Corner and Washington Dulles International Airport, Reston offers excellent access to employers, workers and residents via the Dulles Toll Road and Fairfax County Parkway.

Commercial development is primarily clustered along three main arteries—Reston Parkway, Sunrise Valley Drive and Sunset Hills Road. Reston is home to four hotels, about 466,000 square feet of industrial/flex space and 1.7 million square feet of retail development, much of which is focused around the Reston Town Center.

DECA building in RestonReston is the second largest office market in Fairfax County with almost 19.7 million square feet of space. Office buildings range from condominiums to the high-rise structures around the Reston Town Center. Other selected business parks in Reston include Campus Commons, Commerce Executive Park, Isaac Newton Square, Lake Fairfax Business Center and Parkridge.

Reston is home to major employers such as Accenture, BAE Systems, Fannie Mae, the corporate headquarters of Lafarge North America, Lockheed Martin, Sprint, Northrop Grumman, Oracle, Qinetiq North America, Raytheon, Sallie Mae, Siebel Systems, Unisys and the U.S. Geological Survey.

In addition to being one of the county’s largest business centers, Reston boasts 1,300 acres of open space and natural areas, including more than 60 miles of trails, dozens of recreational facilities and two golf courses.

The Lake Anne area of the community—the initial phase of Reston—has been designated as one of the seven Commercial Revitalization Districts/Areas in Fairfax County. For additional information on the Lake Anne Revitalization Area, click here.

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