A senior living organization has announced that its upcoming community, Brightview Innovation Center (13700 Magna Way), will offer a preview of its amenities, which include a beauty salon and pub with billiards and shuffleboard.
As previously reported by Reston Now, the project is slated for a February 2023 completion. But the organization is highlighting details on amenities of the McNair facility and announcing how potential tenants can learn more in person starting this spring.
In a press release, the organization noted the following:
The Welcome Center, which will open in April 2022, will showcase Brightview Innovation Center’s amenities, including chef-prepared meals, a library, multiple fitness rooms, pub with billiards and shuffleboard, movie theater, beauty salon, card room, sewing room, a cafe and juice bar, to prospective residents and their families. Private dining spaces are also available. Outdoors, residents will enjoy an outdoor garden area with a covered porch as well as a walking path.
Quinn Collins, a representative for Brightview Senior Living, said in an email that the seven-story facility will have 196 apartment units, from independent living units to assisted living spaces. It’ll include studios as well as one- and two-bedroom spaces.
“This region has experienced some of the largest increases in population in the entire country, and we look forward to becoming an integral part of the community and providing aging seniors a vibrant place to live in Northern Virginia,” Anne Pinter, vice president of operations for Brightview, said in a statement.
More info on the community is available online.
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