Seven new businesses — including a distillery — are coming to Reston Town Center next year

Reston Town Center (Via Payton Chung/flickr)

Seven new businesses are coming to Reston Town Center, including a distillery and fitness center.

Owner and developer Boston Properties shared details about the changes on an Oct. 27 earnings call. Company president Doug Linde said a theater operator completed a 50,000-square-foot lease during the third quarter.

The company refused to provide further details, except for listing limited information on three businesses. In a statement to Reston Now, a public relations representative identified those new businesses as the following:

Open Road Distillery, a new distillery concept from Metropolitan Hospitality Group that will include a tasting room with tours, a dining room, indoor/outdoor bar & live music.

Hammer & Nails, a grooming shop for guys providing haircuts, shaves, and hand & foot care, and

Compass Real Estate, a real estate company known for pairing top agents with innovative technology making the searching and selling process seamless.

All seven businesses are slated to open in 2022, according to Boston Properties’ spokesperson.

Linde said the company is close to executing agreements with three more restaurants, and the fitness operator signed a lease in October for a 20,000-square-foot space.

The company declined to disclose any further information, including the addresses of the new restaurants.

Photo via Payton Chung/Flickr

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