Developer eyes spring completion for new condo building in Tall Oaks

New buildings going up around Tall Oaks Village Center could be completed in 2022, according to developer Stanley Martin Homes.

The new condo flats, starting in the upper $400,000s, have had 15 units sold so far, and the first building could be complete this May, a representative tells Reston Now.

Per Stanley Martin’s website on the neighborhood:

Tall Oaks is a neighborhood of townhomes and 2-level condos, is now offering 1-level condominiums in two new elevator buildings. … The 4-floor elevator buildings will feature underground parking and secure building entry with multiple floorplans to choose from.

The second building hasn’t had units for sale yet, and it’s slated to be completed by the fall or end of 2022, according to the company.

The neighborhood expands upon the real estate company’s presence there, where new homes abut a small village center.

The community is replacing a former Giant Foods that anchored the village center before it closed in 2007, part of a difficult history of vacated commercial stores that have been tucked away from a major thoroughfare.

Construction equipment has also been staged in a central area that’s also slated for housing, which could begin in the spring or summer and be completed by the end of 2022.

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