We are pleased to announce some exciting updates at our newest neighborhood in Northern Virginia, The Townhomes at Reston Station in Reston, VA. We recently held our virtual preview event on August 12th, which was attended by over 250 people. Following the presentation, there were 30 virtual appointments scheduled within 30 minutes. We're grateful to all who attended the event and look forward to helping each of you through your home buying journey. For those who missed the event, you can now watch the full presentation here.
During the VIP preview event, attendees joined a virtual webinar for a 30-minute presentation where our President, McLean Quinn, introduced both the project vision and the Reston Station team. From there, David Ortiz, sales manager for Reston Station, and Megan Marrazzo, sales associate for Reston Station, shared exclusive details on the neighborhood, townhomes, floorplans, pricing, and more.
During the presentation, attendees had a first look at new interior renderings of each of the townhomes, as well as exclusive details and information about each of the levels, rooms, and options available. Watch the presentation for an inside look at the townhome interiors and stay tuned for the launch of the Reston Station website, where you will be able to schedule your private appointment, take a virtual tour of the homes, and more.
The greater DC metro area has a vast array of incredible walking/biking trails. From the scenic Mount Vernon Trail winding along the Potomac River to the leafy Capital Crescent Trail connecting Georgetown to Bethesda, there are many popular trails that provide endless recreation for cyclists and pedestrians and vital paths for commuters who bike to work.
What's it like to tour a virtual model home? In this new video, Sales Associate Megan Marrazzo walks you through the Anderson virtual model home at the Townhomes at Reston Station. She'll take you through all levels of the home, highlighting special finishes and features such as the incredible indoor/outdoor living space on the loft level.
In this week’s Real Estate section, The Washington Post highlighted increased demand for new construction homes. Post reporter, Carisa Crawford Chappell said, “New construction has become the saving grace for a growing number of buyers drawn into the market by historically low mortgage rates fighting over a dwindling inventory of existing homes. And now that unfulfilled demand for resale homes is spurring a boom in the home-building market.”