If you have visited Hunters Woods Village Center this week, you probably noticed machinery and other excavation tools, as well as overturned concrete and dirt, in the plaza area between Dairy Queen and the Reston Community Center.
It’s just concrete being re-worked as part of Hunters Woods renovation, says Reston Community Center Executive Director Leila Gordon. Nothing is being built there and the area will remain a parklike setting, she said.
The shopping center has been undergoing renovation for more than a year, with facade improvements and a parking lot reconfiguration.
When the one side of the plaza area is finished, the same will be done to the other side, between Ledo Pizza and RCC, said Gordon.
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