Sneak Peek: The Avant at Reston Town Center

Reston Town Center’s newest residence — The Avant at Reston Town Center — officially opens this weekend.

After 20 months of construction, Boston Properties and Bozzuto are finally ready to show off the 359-unit building, which will offer residents a luxury, urban feel, says property manager Carla Sloan.

The first residents began moving into the building last week, said Sloan. The pre-leasing center has been open since Aug. 23, but prospective tenants can really get a feel for life at the Avant now that the building is ready.

Common spaces that include a business center, lounge, and party room with catering kitchen and private dining area.

“I predict these will be very popular as many of our residents are moving from larger homes and will appreciate the entertaining spaces,” she said.

Other amenities:

  • Outdoor pool and patio space, 24-hour fitness center, yoga studio and rooftop dog park
  • A six-level parking garage
  • Views of Reston Town Square Park and future retail on the first floor, including CVS, World of Beer and Bartaco and Barcelona Wine Bar
  • High-end finishes in units including granite and stainless kitchens and engineered hardwood floors
  • Walk-in closets

The Avant has studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom units. Pricing ranges from at $1,977 (for the smallest studio) to $4,105 for the largest three-bedroom.

The leasing center in The Avant is now open at 12025 Town Square St. Visit The Avant’s website or call 866-624-7191.

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