Ribbon Cutting for Senior Living Community Near Hunters Woods Village Center Set for Friday

Hunters Woods at Trail Edge, a senior living community development across the street from the Hunters Woods Village Center, will officially open its doors on Friday (May 31).

A ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of the community is set for 4:30 p.m. during the open house for the public. The open house runs from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. the same day.

The $72 million project by Atlantic Realty Companies includes 210 units, with 91 for independent living, 80 for assisted living, and the remaining units for memory and continuing care. The community also includes several dining venues, a grill room with an open-brick oven, activity rooms, fitness centers and indoor parking.

David Ross, partner and president of Atlantic Realty Companies, said the project was “the first of its kind in Reston.”

The development also includes a man cave, a theater, a barber shop and salon, and an arts and crafts store. A new bus shelter has been built on the property to allow residents to access public transit and the facility’s shuttle service.

Reston’s Turquoise Trail pathway will also be lit as it passes under Colts Neck Road to the village center, giving residents access to Reston Community’s events and programming. Five outdoor terraces are also part of the community.

Monthly rent for independent living units start at $4,011 while assisted living units start from $5,626. Twenty percent of independent living apartments are set aside as workforce dwelling units for qualified residents.

The companies expects to add 48 full-time positions to the area. Medical service professionals will offer assistance on-site on an as needed bases.

The project is a joint venture between Atlantic Realty Companies, AEW Capital Management and IntegraCare.

Photo via Hunters Woods at Trail Edge

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