Aperture, a five-story, 421-unit building on 11410 Reston Station Boulevard is now officially open. Local officials and professionals behind the project held an official grand opening earlier this month.
The project is the product of a joint partnership by Reston-based developer Chuck Veatch and Bozzuto Group. It includes studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units, as well three courtyards, outdoor cooking stations, a library, a gum and a lounge area.
Developers aimed to create an art-infused community that mixes city and suburban living in a lower-density setting.
Rents for a one-bedroom, one-bath apartment unit with 628 square feet start from $2,010. The rate for a two-bedroom apartment with 1,034 square feet starts from $2,475.
The building includes a Reston Wall, which offers a nod to Reston’s history and developers. Zachary Oxman’s steel sculpture, “Convergence” in the entrance.
Aperture is one of the first residential projects to open next to the new Metro Station.
Photos via Bozzuto Group and Marion Myers