The Harrison at Reston Town Center offers luxury homes and amenities usually not seen outside resorts or top-notch hotels.
In addition to a rooftop pool and entertainment area, The Harrison has a lap pool, business center, onsite pet spa and park, culinary center and a concierge to help you coordinate your life and lifestyle preferences. The fitness center with its classes from yoga to kickboxing will help keep you in shape and let you unwind in the private massage room or in any of the building’s relaxing spaces.
The penthouses are unlike any other space at The Harrison, with luxury finishes with 10 foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling glass, beautiful views from spacious balconies, and exclusive access to Penthouse floors.
But the penthouse wows with even more services, offering up premier parking, private access to amenity spaces and additional advantages.
Join us as we reveal The Penthouses at The Harrison on September 30th at sunset, the time when the suites really glow with the sun. The event will include handcrafted cocktails and an array of hors d’oeuvres in one of the limited-edition penthouses.
See the gorgeous penthouses for yourself, then enjoy a tour of the rooftop Skyclub and enjoy the sunset in style.
The event is from 6 to 8 p.m. on September 30, but leases are available now for those who fall in love with the luxury, view and amenities at The Harrison. RSVP here for the event that could be the start of a new life in Reston.
The preceding post was sponsored by The Harrison at Reston Town Center
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