There is a rare empty storefront on Reston Town Center’s Market Street.
PR Barbers recently packed up its styling tools from 11944 Market St. (next to Bow Tie Cinemas) and moved to a more compact spot near RTC’s pavilion.
That leaves a vacant space for now. No permits have been filed and Reston Now does not yet know of a lease signed for the space.
There are several other empty storefronts at the other end of Market Street, where an AT&T Store and Brighton Collectibles used to be housed. That space is being cleared out for redevelopment of that block into an office tower with first-floor retail.
Since no construction start date has been announced, RTC is letting pop-up shops do temporary business there. A sustainable textiles store, Living Threads, recently opened, and more pop-up shops are expected soon.
Meanwhile, what should go in the PR Barbers’ space? Tell us in the comments.
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