Starbucks at The Spectrum Shutters Its Doors

Another business in The Spectrum at Reston Town Center has permanently closed its doors.

Starbucks, previously located at 1857 Fountain Drive, officially closed in late February. The last official day of business was Feb. 28.

A company spokesperson said that the decision was made for ‘the sake of Starbucks’ long-term growth. ‘

We look forward to continuing to serve the Reston community and encourage our customers to visit us at our other stores in the area,’ the spokesperson told Reston Now in a statement.

In October of last year, Best Buy’s departure left a major vacancy in the plaza.

Lerner Enterprises, a Maryland-based company, plans to transform the plaza into a mixed-use development with 700,000 square feet of commercial and retail space along with 1,400 residential units. A timeline for the project has not yet been determined.

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