Report: Reston Town Center pavilion, fountain to get major upgrades

Reston Town Center’s common areas will get their first major upgrades in more than 30 years, according to a report.

Boston Properties is preparing to launch a multi-million-dollar renovation of Fountain Plaza and areas near the pavilion, the Washington Business Journal reports.

The company plans to install tiered seating, landscaping, new plants, and trees near the fountain area. The upper base of the fountain and the Mercury statue will remain, according to the report. More outdoor seating in that area will also be available.

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