Reston’s Ben & Jerry’s store has closed its doors.
As of Sunday, the windows at the store at 11928 Market Street were papered over and a sign is on the window saying the store is closed — but just temporarily until it reopens at another Reston Town Center spot.
Sorry — we’re closing temporarily.
We will re-open a few yards up the street soon.
Look for our mobile cart in a week!
Ben & Jerry’s management did not say where the new store will be located, but the PR at Partners beauty salon located at 11944 Market Street will soon be available as that business is relocating to a new space on Democracy Drive, also at Reston Town Center.
Meanwhile, a new tenant for the Ben & Jerry’s space has filed renovation permits for the space. Fairfax County permits identify the new tenant only as a “future tenant” but do not provide a name of the business.
Photo by Jennifer Heffner
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