Here’s the Progress on the VY at Reston Heights Retailers

A little over a year ago, VY at Reston Heights unveiled a handful of retailers coming to the apartment community. Now, some of those retailers are getting ready for their openings.

At a recent site visit, this Reston Now reporter spotted construction crews working on ground-level retail spots below the 385-unit apartment community (11830 Sunrise Valley Drive).

VY’s website says that its previously announced retailers —Willpower Functional Fitness, Allure Nails, Signature ThaiSuper Chicken and Reston Kabob — are “coming soon.”

When Reston Now reached out to JBG Smith earlier this week to find out when the five retailers are set to open, a spokeswoman for the developer said that she wasn’t able to provide updates.

Building permits for 11830 Sunrise Valley Drive, though, provided some insight.

Two carry-out restaurants — My Home Thai and Reston Kabob — have permits for plumbing work. Another restaurant, Chicken Rico, has a building permit for a new tenant layout.

Meanwhile, Men’s Spa and Barber has a permit for an interior alteration for a tenant layout.

Once open, the restaurants and shops will be a quick drive from the Wiehle-Reston East and future Reston Town Center Metro stations.

Last photo via VY website 

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