Union Towns Brings Stunning New Townhomes Just Steps from Metro at Reston Station

Imagine a new townhome with impeccable style in a place where you can step outside your door and walk to grab coffee at Starbucks or a bite to eat at Founding Farmers. Or walk to Metro to explore the entire D.C. area.

That could be your reality at Union Towns, where the Knutson Companies is preparing to debut a new collection of just 26 stunning townhomes in the vibrant and growing Reston Station area.

These new townhomes offer the extraordinary architecture, thoughtful designs and premium finishes that the Knutson Companies is known for, plus the rare opportunity for a walkable Northern Virginia lifestyle close to the Wiehle-Reston East Metro Station and sought-after shopping, dining and entertainment options.

Union Towns will feature some of Knutson’s most popular townhome designs, priced from the $800’s. The floorplans include up to 5 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and 2,779 square feet, plus a private, 349-square-foot rooftop terrace that becomes your Yard in the Sky.

You’ll also enjoy the community’s dog park and access to a rooftop pool looking out over Reston Station.

Other nearby attractions at Reston Station include Sweet Leaf, Nordine Salon and Day Spa, and Orangetheory Fitness.

More destinations will open soon, including Matchbox Restaurant, a new Marriott hotel and Reston Station Tower offices, anchored by Google.

The Knutson Companies is a locally owned builder known for neighborhoods that enhance your lifestyle with access to recreation, restaurants, retail and transit. With award-winning architectural designs, personalized interior design services and a customer-focused approach, they’ve earned a 100% satisfaction rating from their homeowners.

To learn more about Union Towns and the growing development at Reston Station, visit UnionTowns.com.

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