Halley Rise development looks to move forward on timber office

A Brookfield Properties executive has detailed the company’s plans to advance a state-of-the-art office building in Reston for the Halley Rise development.

The company says it is using distinguished architectural firms for each building block as part of the retail-residential-office complex.

A 115,000-square-foot timber office building is slated to move forward at the start of next year, Brookfield senior vice president of development Rich Fernicola said Monday.

Halley Rise, part of which has been under construction, is located along Sunrise Valley Drive and the Reston Parkway by the forthcoming Reston Town Center Metro station.

Once completed, it’s slated to have 1.9 million square feet of office space (about five and a half times the size of the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool), 240,000 square feet of retail (just over four football fields), over five acres of public open space, new public streets and more.

The complex also features a seven-story luxury apartment building called The Edmund (2025 Fulton Ave.), which has units available for move-in on Nov. 6. Sixty-three units have already been taken out of the 353 available, according to figures provided by the apartment’s website.

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