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Reston Real Estate: BLVD Residential at Reston Station

by Eve Thompson — February 28, 2017 at 1:30 pm 5 Comments

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There are some new apartments in town, and they’re called BLVD Residential at Reston Station. One guess where they’re located. I have to say, they look very nice based on those pictures in the development’s web gallery.

Here are some more details on them:

The developer is Comstock. This mixed-use development has 450 apartments and is located directly adjacent to the Wiehle-Reston East station. Units are luxury studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom plus den apartments. All feature top-of-the-line amenities like gorgeous wood cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops. Click here to see the floor plans.

In addition to the gorgeous apartments, the building includes:

  • Rooftop pool and terrace, demonstration kitchen, bar and game room
  • Rooftop fitness center, weight room and yoga studio
  • Pet-friendly and smoke-free environment
  • A Starbucks (which is very handy on that short walk to the Metro station)

RA ACCESS

While the building does not fall within Reston Association’s covenanted land, BLVD Residential is one of the first buildings in the TSA (Transit Station Area) to be brought into Reston Association through a supplemental declaration. What this means to residents is that they will have access to RA programs and services at alternative rates compared to other members. And design review for the property will be conducted with support from Reston Association staff using urban design guidelines developed for Reston Station.

  • Pat

    What does RA services and programs at alternative rates compared to other members mean?

    • Greg

      They pay a lower, far lower, RA assessment than legacy RA members. Fair, right?

      • 30yearsinreston

        Of course, another developer giveaway
        The real estate agents are salivating at selling these dog boxes

        • Guest

          Except it’s rental.

    • FairEnough

      They pay less because they have their own amenities.

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